By Harmon Marks | Sep 17, 2010

Aug. 27

Aug. 27
Green Tree Servicing, LLC, Successor in interest to Greenpoint Credit, LLC vs.
Cathern Rice
PA- Jason S. Long, Jennifer S. Caradine; J- William S. Thompson
* Finance company wants possession of a 2000 Fleetwood manufactured home because Rice defaulted her retail installment contract totaling $144,434.
Case number: 10-C-202

21st Mortgage vs. Joshua & Lacy Shadd
PA- Timothy J. Amos; J- Thompson
* 21st complains the Turtle Creek couple unlawfully possesses a Clayton mobile home because they are delinquent on a promissory note of $61,153. The finance company wants to repossess the unit and be awarded its costs involved in storage and transportation of the mobile home, as well as the litigation.
Case number: 10-C-203

Aug. 30
William D. Reid vs. Elk Run Coal Co., Inc., and Massey Coal Services, Inc.
PA- David L. White; J- Thompson
* Complaint says Defendants breached Reid's contract and violated State and Federal laws by terminating his employment while he was hospitalized four days with serious illness in February 2009. Reid is contesting notification by letter dated Feb. 25, 2009, noting elimination of his position because "Elk Run Coal Co. is experiencing operational difficulties." Reid wants a jury to reinstate his coal mining position, award compensatory and punitive damages, plus his court costs and a reasonable attorney's fee.
Case number: 10-C-204

Sept. 1
Jasen Edwards vs. Patriot Coal Corp. & David Ashby
PA- Frank Venezia; J- Thompson
* Edwards complains he was wrongfully discharged in December 2009 from his foreman position at Patriot's Big Mountain No. 16 Mine. During some three years employment, Edwards had a disability of an amputated leg, but he says,"... was able at all times to perform the essential elements of his job." He claims he was fired "based upon the pretext that he did not call his immediate supervisor (Ashby) when missing work." Edwards cites violations of State law and public policy because his discharge "was due to his disability and his general health." He seeks jury awards for compensatory and punitive damages, pre- and post-judgment interest, and litigation costs.
Case number: 10-C-205

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