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Case No. 19-2121

Julian Jay Toney
v.
Hazel Parker, Arthur Parker and the Arthur E. Parker and Hazel Frances Parker Trust Dated 05/26/1993

Julian Toney appeals from the district court’s ruling dismissing and denying his claims via partial summary judgment, and ordering him to pay actual and punitive damages following a bench trial. He argues: (1) the court erred in ruling the judge that considered and ruled upon the motion for summary judgment and subsequent motions for reconsideration should have disclosed facts and circumstances regarding a possible need for disqualification; (2) the court erred in granting a motion to strike his resistance to the motion for summary judgment as untimely and unresponsive; (3) the court erred in granting partial summary judgment; (4) the court erred in awarding $62,100 in damages for slander of title for lack of proof; and (5) the court erred in awarding punitive damages.

County:
Decatur

Appellant

Julian Jay Toney

Appellee

Hazel Parker, Arthur Parker and the Arthur E. Parker and Hazel Frances Parker Trust Dated 05/26/1993

Attorneys for Appellant

James C. Larew

Attorneys for Appellee

Daniel R. Rockhold

Supreme Court

Oral Argument Schedule

Non-Oral

Mar 24, 2021 1:30 PM

Briefs

Supreme Court Opinion

Opinion Number:
19-2121
Date Published:
Apr 16, 2021
Date Amended:
Jun 21, 2021

Other Information

Date Retained:
Oct 20, 2020

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