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Sample RI Cases
... all of Seller's right, title, and interest in and to the names "Pat's Italian Restaurant" and/or "Pat's Italian Food", and any good will related thereto; all of Seller's rights in or to tradenames, patents, copyrights, trademarks, or any other form of intellectual property related to Seller's ...
... We therefore decline to expand liability in dog-bite cases that involve invitees and rather leave any such modification to the General Assembly. ... I am convinced that a fact-finder could infer that the owner of the dog in question, an animal that was almost three feet tall at the time of ...
... [Jacalyn] soon thereafter did register the Rhode Island orders, the custody orders, and the child support orders in Connecticut. ... "[The] UIFSA and UCCJEA seek a world in which there is but one order at a time for child support and custody and visitation. ...
... On September 26, 2008, Marion again took action in the Family Court, requesting that Pearson be adjudged in contempt of the order of April 28, 2006 and the 107 order of August 17, 2007 because she was being sued by Rockstone for the entire line of credit debt. ...
... The applicant further alleged that counsel did not explain the immigration consequences of these convictions. The applicant was born in Liberia in February 1983, but has lived in the 610 United States since he was two-and-a-half years old. ... II. Immigration Consequences. ...