Lula Elwanda Gilmore vs. Range Resources-Appalachia, LLC, formerly known as Great Lakes Energy Partners, LLC, et al
PA- Daniel J. Guida; Eric Gordon; Jonathan E. Turak; J- Karl
* Plaintiff is the owner of 87.862 acres of land in Marshall County, along with the gas rights. Recent technological developments of drilling methods, the oil and gas companies are now able to cost effectively extract and transport oil and gas rights from property owners. Compensatory damages are sought for economic loss, slander of title, along with lost opportunities for use of her land.
Case number: 12-C-178
Robert E. and Rosemary Y. Conner vs. Range Resources -Appalachia, LLC, formerly known as Great Lakes Energy Partners, LLC, et al
PA- Daniel J. Guida; Jonathan E. Turak; J- Hummel
* As a result of recent technological developments in horizontal drilling, the oil and gas companies are now able to effectively develop deep shale formations like the Marcellus and Utica formations. This advancement in technology engulfs a much greater surface area, is more disruptive to the surface of the land than that of shallow well drilling. Plaintiffs were misled about the extremely low offer price per acre required under state law. The Court is requested to make a declaration regarding Defendants' respective duties and judgment is demanded for compensatory damages to all economic loss.
Case number: 12-C-179
Sammy W. and Martha A. Anderson; John A. and Patricia A. Bungard, Sr.; Brandy Jo and Douglas J. Hudson; Kevin R. Evans; Gregory A. Knight; Vernon and Judith E. Knox; Hubert and Andrea Kuhn; Dorothy L. Pettitt; Charles A. and Jacqueline Susan Pettit; James Russell Wise, Jr.; Sharon M. Wise and Viola Jane Wise vs. Range Resources -Appalachia, LLC, formerly known as Great Lakes Energy Partners, LLC, et al
PA- Daniel J. Guida; Jonathan E. Turak; J- Karl
* The subject leases expired under their own terms and are no longer in full force and effect. The possession of Plaintiffs’ lease rights by Defendants Range, Chesapeake and/or Statoil, constitute an unlawful holding over, as the subject leases have expired. The acts engaged herein represent an ongoing slander of title to Plaintiffs’ properties. Punitive damages should be assessed, in a trial by jury, to punish Defendants and deter similar bad faith conduct in the future.
Case number: 12-C-180
James L. and Connie Gorder vs. Precision Pipeline Equipment, Inc., and Eliott Pasquarette
PA- David L. Delk, Jr.; J- Hummel
* About June 18, 2012, at or near the intersection of Burch Ridge Road and W.Va. 2, Pasquarette negligently caused his vehicle to collide with a motor vehicle operated by Plaintiff.
Case number: 12-C-181
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