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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Cumis Insurance Society, Inc. v. BJ's Wholesale Club, Inc.

... The plaintiff credit unions and Cumis commenced an action in the Superior Court claiming breach of contract as third-party beneficiaries, as well as fraud, negligence, negligent misrepresentation, violations of GL c. 93A, § 11, and equitable indemnification. ...

Liss v. Studeny

... Terence M. Troyer, Assistant Bar Counsel, for Bar Counsel, amicus curiae, submitted a brief. SPINA, J. Stuart F. Liss seeks legal and equitable recovery from Vladimir Studeny for legal services performed by Liss in connection with a contingent fee contract. ...

Bank v. Thermo Elemental Inc.

... The trustees commenced this action in the Superior Court to accomplish the cost recovery; their claims under GL c. 21E, § 4, as well as a contract-based claim, were tried to a jury, and the trial judge thereafter tried jury-waived the various parties' claims to attorney's fees and ...