Contract

Forge LLC v. Pearson

Because a confessed judgment was in an amount larger than that provided for in the parties’ agreement, the court lacked jurisdiction to grant the confessed judgment. Therefore, it is void ab initio. There is no dispute that the confessed judgment amount… Read More ›

Amonett v. Commonwealth (P)

Neither precedent nor the record supports the appellant’s proposition that police officers’ promises of leniency constitute a binding immunity agreement requiring dismissal of his indictment or rendering his incriminating statements involuntary or otherwise subject to suppression. Because the appellant didn’t… Read More ›

Bates v. Purdon

Where mediation was a condition precedent to filing suit, an action was improper when the parties didn’t engage in mediation and the defendants didn’t waive their right to enforce it. Here, the plaintiffs suggested mediation and the defendants didn’t respond…. Read More ›