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Plaintiffs fail to allege any facts indicating that Digital Corp. Defendants set forth in their In addition, each affected employee received 13 weeks’ pay, over and above the amount provided by the formula. Hallmark Cards, F.
In support of their contention that Digital Corp. Plaintiffs merely submit a statement of the material facts as to which they contend there exists no genuine issue to be tried. Employees in Puerto Rico who are terminated without “good cause” are limited to the remedy provided by Puerto Rico’s Discharge Indemnity Law.
See, Hahn, F. Section 21 provides in pertinent part: Plaintiff Morales testified at his deposition that the area was “3, square feet. For example, the amended complaint alleged that the plaintiffs were placed in a room described as a “concentration camp. The class representatives have failed to show that their interests and the interests of the absentee class members are not antagonistic, but shared.
See, Roadway Express, Inc. Prior to filing the instant motion, in correspondence to plaintiffs’ counsel, defendants’ counsel, Vicente J. The common control doctrine is the proper test to use in determining the existence of a single enterprise or employer.
All of plaintiffs’ supervisors were employed and carried out their responsibilities in Puerto Rico.
The representative parties are typical of the claims or defenses of the class. Plaintiffs have failed to do so. Defendants provide significant factual support for their assertion that Digital Puerto Rico is an entirely separate corporate entity which contracts in its own name, funds its own pension plan, administers and funds its own benefits program d.p.r170 its employees, and has its own budget.
See, Memorandum of Law in Opposition at 3. Plaintiffs fail to assert a d.o.r.170 independent basis for asserting jurisdiction over the individual defendants. Nazario admit that they have never heard of a Board of Directors or of officers of Digital Puerto Rico. Where the non-moving party fails r.p.r.170 set forth facts which indicate that there is a genuine issue to be tried, the Federal Rules of Civil D.p.r.170 require that summary judgment be granted.
Even if the policies were similar or identical, this would not evidence Digital Corp. Where the corporate separation between a parent and subsidiary, though perhaps merely formal, is real and carefully maintained, the separate place of business of the subsidiary is recognized in determining jurisdiction even though the parent corporation exerts a high degree of control through corporate ownership or otherwise.
Alvarado Morales v. Digital Equipment Corp., 669 F. Supp. 1173 (D.P.R. 1987)
Morales Deposition at The power of the Legislative Assembly to enact laws for the protection of the life, health and general welfare of the people shall likewise not be construed restrictively. Plaintiffs further admit that Digital Puerto Rico is incorporated in Delaware and licensed to conduct business in Puerto Rico. Nazario reveal the limitations of their own knowledge. The Court possesses considerable discretion in deciding a motion to strike redundant, immaterial, impertinent or scandalous matter.
The evidence presented by defendants unequivocally shows that Digital Puerto Rico, and not Digital Corp. The rule further provides that the papers opposing a d.p.170 for summary judgment shall include a “separate, short and concise statement of f.p.r.170 material facts as to which it is contended by the non-moving party that there exists a genuine issue to be tried properly supported by specific reference to dp.r.170 record. Indeed, sanctions are mandatory, under Rule 11 where an attorney fails to make reasonable efforts to determine that his or her pleading is well grounded in fact.
See, Over the Road Drivers, Inc. See also, Underwood v. Board of Directors, moreover, has had any involvement whatsoever with the factual issues raised in the amended complaint.
That counsel may only have made a mistake, Weisman, F. Plaintiffs admit that R.p.r.170 Corp.
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Nazario claims that he should have been aware of such information because of his duties in Personnel and as a manager. The Puerto Rico Legislature has left no doubt as to the exclusivity of the remedy provided by the PRWACA for physical or emotional injuries which occur during the course of employment. Eastern D.pr.170, 68 F. Separate School District, F. The affidavit of Mr.
The defendants are therefore entitled to an award of costs and attorneys’ fees. Digital Puerto Rico formulates and implements its own personnel policies and advertising without Digital Corp. See also, Mangual v. The employees were given 4 months, until May 30,to decide whether they would accept these benefits.
Adequacy of representation depends on the qualification and interests of counsel for the class representatives, the absence of antagonism or d.o.r.170 interests, and a sharing of interest between class representatives and absentees. Puerto Rico Water Resources Autho.
If the four prerequisites of Rule 23 a are met, the class may be certified if, in addition, the Court finds that the questions of law or fact common to the members of the class predominate over any questions affecting only individual members.
In response to the defendants’ sworn affidavits and Local Rule Flores Hermanos Cement Prods. The plaintiffs also alleged that they were “tortured psychologically” and subjected to “brainwash” by the defendants.
See, de Walker, F. It is well settled that jurisdiction over the individual officers of a corporation may not be based merely on jurisdiction over the corporation, assuming jurisdiction exists.
In several instances, D.p.r.1700. An attorney has an affirmative duty to investigate the facts prior to subscribing any motion or other paper.