Yevette Wilshire, individually and in her capacity as administratrix of the estate of Jeremy Rinehart, deceased vs. Brian S. Love, MD, and Oak Hill Hospital Corporation dba Plateau Medical Center Inc.
PA-Allan N. Karlin and Sarah W. Montoro; J-Stowers
* Wilshire claims Love and Plateau failed to provide proper medical care for her deceased son after he was presented to the medical center. Rinehart was in custody of the Oak Hill Police Department and was ill from ingesting a plastic bag of cocaine. After he was evaluated and released from Plateau, he died in police custody. Wilshire seeks compensatory damages and other relief as well as pre- and post-judgment interest.
Case number: 11-C-295
Advanced Technical Solutions LLC vs. Garry R. Elliott
PA-Justin M. Harrison; J-Stowers
* ATS says it hired Elliott on May 17, 2010. He signed a confidentiality and noncompetition agreement. It provided him with 570 hours of training, and he received several certifications. On Aug. 20, 2011, he gave notice of resignation claiming to have a job with the state of West Virginia, which apparently was false. Instead, he went to work with Alpha Technologies. ATS seeks a preliminary and permanent injunction enjoining Elliott from working within a 50-mile radius of ATS with a competing company, from soliciting business from ATS customers for at least one year and from disclosing ATS trade secrets.
Case number: 11-C-296
Yellowbook Sales & Distribution Co. Inc. vs. Nationwide Moving & Storage Co. and Arthur Taylor
PA-John R. Keating; J-Stowers
* Yellowbook says Nationwide Moving and Taylor entered into an advertising agreement on Dec. 6, 2007, for an ad in three books for a total cost of more than $1,700 per month. Yellowbook nows seeks payment of the balance due of $15,744.93 plus interest.
Case number: 11-C-299
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