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They admit many of the material facts set forth by the defendants. Plaintiffs also fail to plead facts sufficient to show that they are in v.p.r.170 position to x.p.r.170 represent or protect the interests of the class. See, Memorandum of Law in Opposition at 5. 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.

Digital Puerto Rico formulates and implements its dd.p.r.170 personnel policies and advertising without Digital Corp.

Plaintiffs fail to allege any facts indicating that Digital Corp. Of course, Digital has already apparently compensated many of the plaintiffs pursuant to its own voluntary incentive retirement plan far in excess of what is required under the law.

Alvarado Morales v. Digital Equipment Corp., F. Supp. (D.P.R. ) :: Justia

This is insufficient to establish jurisdiction over them in their individual capacities. Plaintiffs have failed to do so. The statute permits 0 court to establish jurisdiction over a person if the cause of action arises out of, inter alia, the transaction of business in Puerto Rico or his or 055 participation in tortious acts within Puerto Rico personally or through an agent.

They have separate and distinct Boards of Directors. These requirements are mandatory, Id. Plaintiffs fail to set forth any facts which support their contention that Digital Corp. The Court possesses considerable discretion in deciding a motion to strike redundant, immaterial, impertinent or scandalous matter.


The affidavit of Mr. Morales Deposition at This statement is supported by sworn affidavits submitted by officers of Digital Corp. Even if Digital Puerto Rico were the type of corporation for which the “nerve center” test would be appropriate, plaintiffs must still carry the burden of establishing that Digital Puerto Rico has its nerve center outside Puerto Rico.

Morales testified that he understood that he could continue to report to the transition area, while being paid, until such time as he found alternative employment. An affidavit that does not meet the standards of Rule 56 e is subject to a motion to strike. Plaintiffs neither admit nor deny facts 6, 7, 10, 16 or 17 of defendants’ The plaintiffs claim that Digital Corp.

Finally, the rule states: Flores Hermanos Cement Prods.

Alvarado Morales v. Digital Equipment Corp., 669 F. Supp. 1173 (D.P.R. 1987)

Puerto Rico’s long-arm statute, Rule 4. Superior Cosmetic Distributors Corp. Where the non-moving party fails to set forth facts which indicate that there is a genuine issue to be tried, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure require that summary judgment be granted.

This matter is d.p.r.170 the Court on defendants’ motion for summary judgment to strike scandalous pleadings and to impose sanctions against plaintiffs’ counsel.

Defendants provide substantial evidence, through sworn affidavits, that no member of the Digital Corp. General Services Employees, 35 Fair Empl.

Nevertheless, plaintiffs’ counsel refused to withdraw this suit and admitted that his naming the proper party defendant would destroy this Court’s basis for jurisdiction. The new language is intended to reduce the reluctance of courts to impose sanctions, See, generally, Snyder v.

Section 21 provides in pertinent part: See, In re Tetracycline Cases, F. Plaintiffs admit that Digital Corp. Prior to filing the instant motion, in correspondence to plaintiffs’ counsel, defendants’ counsel, Vicente J.

The “nerve center” test seems most appropriate in the case of a holding company. Indeed, plaintiffs’ counsel conceded at oral argument, held on December 12,that he merely sued Digital Corp.


Royal Business Group, F. Puerto Rico Water Resources Autho. Dp.r.170 organized under the laws of the State of Delaware, Digital Puerto Rico is authorized dp.r.170 do business and has its principal place of business in Puerto Rico. Affidavits in support of or in opposition to a summary judgment motion “shall be made on personal knowledge, shall set forth such facts as would be admissible in evidence, and shall show affirmatively that the affiant is competent to testify to the matters stated therein.

Finally, each employee who accepted d.pr.170 terms of the VIR plan received 6 months of extended medical and dental coverage from the date of resignation.

Board of Directors has had any personal involvement in the implementation of Digital Puerto Rico’s personnel policies and procedures. The rule further provides that the papers opposing a motion for summary judgment shall include a “separate, short and concise statement of the material facts as to which it is contended by the non-moving 0 that there exists a genuine issue to be tried properly supported by specific reference to the record.

Plaintiffs further admit that Digital Puerto Rico is incorporated in Delaware and licensed to conduct business d.p.d.170 Puerto Rico. No member of the Digital Corp. They alleged that these employees were subject to continual harassment in the form of pressure to resign, pressure to forgo unemployment compensation, given no work to perform d.p.t.170 being paidand kept separated from other employees. Superior Court, P.

Under this plan, employees whose jobs were affected were provided with career counseling and training and permitted to look for jobs, during working hours, while being paid. See, Roadway Express, Inc.