Court of Appeals Opinions

Format: 11/26/2014
Format: 11/26/2014
Out Patient Diagnostic Center vs. Christian
01A01-9510-CV-00467
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: Barbara N. Haynes
Davidson County Court of Appeals 04/30/97
Out Patient Diagnostic Center vs. Christian
01A01-9510-CV-00467
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge:
Court of Appeals 04/30/97
Seagroves vs. TN. Department of Correction
01A01-9508-CH-00334
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: Robert S. Brandt
Davidson County Court of Appeals 04/30/97
McCamey vs. TN. Dept. of Correction
01A01-9701-CH-00033
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: Walter C. Kurtz
Davidson County Court of Appeals 04/30/97
01A01-9610-CV-00496
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: Buddy D. Perry
Franklin County Court of Appeals 04/30/97
First Farmers & Merchants Nat'l. Bank vs. Burt Bros. Furniture
01A01-9608-CV-00381
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: Jim T. Hamilton
Maury County Court of Appeals 04/30/97
Copper Cellar vs. Miller
03A01-9607-CV-00239
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Trial Court Judge:
Knox County Court of Appeals 04/29/97
Williams vs. Sugar Cove
03A01-9605-CH-00175
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Trial Court Judge:
Monroe County Court of Appeals 04/29/97
X2010-0000-XX-X00-XX
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Court of Appeals 04/28/97
X2010-0000-XX-X00-XX
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Court of Appeals 04/28/97
X2010-0000-XX-X00-XX
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Court of Appeals 04/28/97
X2010-0000-XX-X00-XX
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Court of Appeals 04/28/97
David Dean vs. Home Depot USA, Inc.
M1999-02313-COA-R3-CV
Authoring Judge: Judge William B. Cain
Trial Court Judge: Carol L. Soloman
Plaintiff, David Dean, was a 68 year old frequent patron of Home Depot. On April 27, 1997, Mr. Dean completed his shopping at the store, paid the cashier and, upon departing, appeared to have set off the electric theft detection alarm. An employee of Home Depot stopped Mr. Dean and asked him to step back into the store while employees located the source of whatever triggered the alarm. Mr. Dean was neither arrested nor charged and ultimately left the store. He brought suit against Home Depot for false imprisonment resulting in a jury verdict in his favor for $37,593.00. On Motion for a New Trial, asking in the alternative for remittitur, the trial court reduced the judgment by $3,000.00. Defendant appealed. Upon consideration of the record, we suggest an increased remittitur and remand the case giving Mr. Dean 15 days to accept the suggested remittitur.
Davidson County Court of Appeals 04/27/97
Bondy vs. Martin
03A01-9609-JV-00310
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Trial Court Judge:
Monroe County Court of Appeals 04/25/97