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The named corporate defendants are sued in their capacities as Digital Corp. Royal Business Group, F.

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 party that there exists a genuine issue to be tried properly supported by specific reference to the record.

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 while being paidand kept separated from other employees. However, they were never told that their employment would be terminated if they declined the benefits; indeed, Mr. Nazario reveal the limitations of their own knowledge. 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.

Kane, Federal Practice and Procedure: See, Mas Marques, F. Adequacy of representation depends on the qualification and interests of counsel for the class representatives, the absence of antagonism or conflicting interests, and a sharing of interest between class representatives and absentees. Puerto Rico Water Resources Autho. The evidence presented by defendants unequivocally shows that Digital Puerto Rico, and not Digital Corp.


For a lawsuit to be certified as a class action, the Court must determine that:. 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 for its employees, and has its own budget. Morales Deposition at Plaintiffs concede that this is true.

The defendant Digital Corp.

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

Board of Directors has had any involvement in the factual issues raised in the complaint. Plaintiffs present the “sworn d.p.170 of Mr. Although organized under the laws of the State of Delaware, D.p.r.170 Puerto Rico is authorized to do business and has its principal place of business in Puerto Rico.

Plaintiffs’ Affidavits Must Establish Material Issues of Fact and Must be Based on Personal Knowledge To defeat a summary judgment motion, the affidavits of the opposing party may not present merely issues of fact, but must establish issues of “material fact. Prior to filing the instant motion, in correspondence to plaintiffs’ counsel, defendants’ counsel, Vicente J.

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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 d.l.r.170.

United States District Court, F. In support of their contention that Digital Corp. Defendants provide substantial evidence, through sworn affidavits, that no member of the Digital Corp. Finally, plaintiffs concede that Digital Puerto Rico is the sole employer of the named plaintiffs and that a bona fide parent-subsidiary relationship exists between Digital Corp.

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

An attorney has an affirmative duty to investigate the facts prior to subscribing any motion or other paper. In addition to having the requirement that common issues predominate, the proposed class action must be “superior to other available methods for the fair and efficient adjudication of the controversy.


This statement is supported by sworn affidavits .dp.r.170 by officers of Digital Corp.

Superior Court, P. None of the members of the Digital Corp. Plaintiffs also fail to plead facts sufficient d.p.r.1700 show that they are in a position to adequately represent or protect the interests of the class.

The plaintiffs must make some showing of direct d.p.e.170 involvement in the alleged tortious acts, which is 005 related to the plaintiffs’ alleged injuries. An independent basis for asserting jurisdiction over the nonresident agents must exist. See, Morales Deposition at Puerto Rico recognizes such a private action only under Sections 1, 8, and 16 of the Puerto Rico Constitution.

All of plaintiffs’ supervisors were employed and carried out their responsibilities in Puerto Rico. Turner Goodman, D. These requirements are mandatory, Id. Digital Puerto Rico formulates and implements its own personnel policies and advertising without Digital Corp. The purpose of the long-arm statute is to ascertain whether a nonresident defendant has sufficient contacts with the forum so as to justify subjecting him to the court’s jurisdiction.

Plaintiffs fail to allege any facts indicating that Corp. Triple A Tire Service, Inc. Nazario admit that they have never heard of a Board of Directors or of officers of Digital Puerto Rico. For the reasons stated below, we grant the defendants’ motion in all respects.