Civil Procedure

  • Toni 1 Trust, by Tangwall v. Wacker In Toni 1 Trust, by Tangwall v. Wacker, the supreme court held that section 34.40.110(k) of the Alaska Statutes cannot deprive either federal or other states’ courts of jurisdiction over fraudulent transfer actions. In 2007, a Montana court issued multiple default judgments against Tangwall and his family, leading them to transfer property to a trust ...
  • Mattox v. State In Mattox v. State,  Prior to the altercation, ...
  • State v. Seigle In State v. Seigle, Seigle was convicted ...
  • Reasner v. State In Reasner v. State, the supreme court held that the lower court erred in granting a motion for summary judgment on the grounds that the statute of limitations had tolled, because there was a material question of fact regarding when the alleged victim acquired the necessary information to alert her of a potential cause of ...
  • Johnson v. Johnson In Johnson v. Johnson,  At the conclusion of her divorce proceedings, Cynthia Johnson physically attacked her husband’s attorney as ...
  • Todeschi v. Sumitomo Metal Mining Pogo, LLC In Todeschi v. Sumitomo Metal Mining Pogo, LLC, the supreme court held the superior court’s refusal to provide an adverse inference jury instruction for an employee, based on the employer’s failure to produce certain evidence during discovery, was harmless because the employee was permitted to argue in closing arguments that the jury could make adverse ...
  • Recreational Data Services, Inc. v. Trimble Navigation, Ltd. In Recreational Data Services, Inc. v. Trimble Navigation, Ltd., Recreational Data Services (RDS) had ...
  • Haines v. Comfort Keepers, Inc. In Haines v. Comfort Keepers, Inc., the supreme court held that: (1) the trial court abused its discretion by granting the conditional application for entry of default without giving effect to the representative’s want for a jury trial on damages and (2) it was error not to award damages or attorney’s fees when allegations of ...
  • Larson v. State In Larson v. State, Larson filed this current appellate action under Appellate Rule 404 and asked the court of appeals to re-open ...
  • Rae v. State, Dep’t of Corrections In Rae v. State, Dep’t of Corrections, Rae, an inmate in the custody of the Alaska Department of Corrections (DOC), filed a ...

Civil Procedure

  • Toni 1 Trust, by Tangwall v. Wacker In Toni 1 Trust, by Tangwall v. Wacker, the supreme court held that section 34.40.110(k) of the Alaska Statutes cannot deprive either federal or other states’ courts of jurisdiction over fraudulent transfer actions. In 2007, a Montana court issued multiple default judgments against Tangwall and his family, leading them to transfer property to a trust ...
  • Mattox v. State In Mattox v. State,  Prior to the altercation, ...
  • State v. Seigle In State v. Seigle, Seigle was convicted ...
  • Reasner v. State In Reasner v. State, the supreme court held that the lower court erred in granting a motion for summary judgment on the grounds that the statute of limitations had tolled, because there was a material question of fact regarding when the alleged victim acquired the necessary information to alert her of a potential cause of ...
  • Johnson v. Johnson In Johnson v. Johnson,  At the conclusion of her divorce proceedings, Cynthia Johnson physically attacked her husband’s attorney as ...
  • Todeschi v. Sumitomo Metal Mining Pogo, LLC In Todeschi v. Sumitomo Metal Mining Pogo, LLC, the supreme court held the superior court’s refusal to provide an adverse inference jury instruction for an employee, based on the employer’s failure to produce certain evidence during discovery, was harmless because the employee was permitted to argue in closing arguments that the jury could make adverse ...
  • Recreational Data Services, Inc. v. Trimble Navigation, Ltd. In Recreational Data Services, Inc. v. Trimble Navigation, Ltd., Recreational Data Services (RDS) had ...
  • Haines v. Comfort Keepers, Inc. In Haines v. Comfort Keepers, Inc., the supreme court held that: (1) the trial court abused its discretion by granting the conditional application for entry of default without giving effect to the representative’s want for a jury trial on damages and (2) it was error not to award damages or attorney’s fees when allegations of ...
  • Larson v. State In Larson v. State, Larson filed this current appellate action under Appellate Rule 404 and asked the court of appeals to re-open ...
  • Rae v. State, Dep’t of Corrections In Rae v. State, Dep’t of Corrections, Rae, an inmate in the custody of the Alaska Department of Corrections (DOC), filed a ...