McCaulley v. C. L. Enterprises, Inc.

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McCaulley v. C. L. Enterprises, Inc.

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Case Number
S-20-0075
Call Date
March 3, 2021
Case Time
9:00 AM
Court Number
Douglas
Case Location
Lincoln
Court Type
District Court
Case Summary

S-20-0075 Richard McCaulley, Individually and as Personal Representative to the Estate of Michelle McCaulley (Appellant) v. C L Enterprises, Inc. et al.

Douglas County District Court, Hon. W. Russell Bowie

Attorneys:  Andrew M. Hollingsead, Michael J. Matukewicz (Liakos & Matukewicz, LLC for Appellant); Robert M. Schartz, Julie M. Ryan (Abrahams Kaslow & Cassman, LLP, for Appellee, Timberland Hardwood Floors); Daniel J. Welch, Damien J. Wright, Daniel McDowell (Senior Certified Law Student) (Welch Law Firm, PC, for Appellee, Hardscape Contractors, LLC); Robert D. Mullin, Jr. (McGrath North Mullin & Kratz, PC LLO, for Appellee, Able Plumbing, Inc.); Danny C. Leavitt (Salerno & Leavitt, for Appellee, Dan Becker Construction)

Civil: Negligence; Breach of Warranty; Summary Judgment

Proceedings below: The district court entered a summary judgment order finding that the Appellant’s claims against Able Plumbing, Affordable Exteriors, Stile, Timberland, Becker, Senegal, and Hardscape were time-barred. The district court also denied Appellant’s motion seeking leave to amend their claims against Affordable Exteriors and Stile.

Issues:  Appellant assigns that the district court erred in 1) holding that the Appellant’s claims against Able Plumbing, Affordable Exteriors, Stile, Timberland, Becker, Senegal, and Hardscape are barred under Neb. Rev. Stat. § 25-223; and 2) in denying Appellant’s November 2, 2015 motion seeking leave to amend their claims against Affordable Exteriors and Stile.  

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