R&A Properties LLC vs. P&L Enterprises Limited Liability Co.
PA-Harvey D. Peyton; J-Stowers
* The plaintiff says the defendant entered into an agreement on May 12, 2010, to lease space in a mobile home park in Cross Lanes. R&A says P&L now owes $4,810 in rent payments. It also says a methamphetamine lab was constructed in the space. It exploded and caught fire Aug. 1, 2010, thus rendering the space unproductive. R&A says it had to pay $6,657 to clean the property and return it to a productive state. R&A seeks compensatory damages, punitive damages, pre- and post-judgment interest, court costs, expenses and other relief.
Case number: 12-C-236
Putnam Village Partners LLC vs. Sneekers Nightclub LLC dba Sneekers
PA-Travis W. Hoffman; J-Leslie
* The plaintiff seeks to have the defendant evicted and removed from possession of the property in Putnam Village Shopping Center for failure to pay rent. It also seeks $24,160.16 for rent and related charges. It also sseks compensation for damages and losses, Common Area Maintenance, attorney fees, court costs and other relief.
Case number: 12-C-240
Rosalie Banks, Megan Faulkner, Deborah Randolph, individually and on behalf of those similarly situated vs. Bob Evans Farms Inc.
PA-Todd Bailess; J-Leslie
* The plaintiffs each worked at various Bob Evans Farms restaurants for different amounts of time. On May 31, 2012, all three were discharged. They claim Bob Evans didn't pay them all wages due within 72 hours of their discharge. They say others might be in the same situation and seek class-action status. They seek compensatory damages, pre- and post-judgment interest, class attorney fees and costs, injunctive relief and other relief.
Case number: 12-C-241
James Given vs. Pritchard Electric Company
PA-Brian L. Ooten and Richard W. Walters; J-Stowers
* Given, who lives in Kimberly in Fayette County, worked for Pritchard on Aug. 3, 2010, at AEP's John E. Amos Power Plant when he suffered a lower back injury. Four weeks later, he sought medical treatment. He didn't work from Sept. 13, 2010, to March 30, 2011. Upon his return, he says Pritchard wrongfully terminated him. He seeks compensation for lost wages and fringe benefits. He also says he has suffered indignity, humiliation, embarrassment and other emotional distress. He seeks compensatory and punitive damages as well as attorney fees and costs, pre-judgment interest and other relief.
Case number: 12-C-247
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