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Murdock v. Thorne

Supreme Judicial Court of Maine

March 10, 2016

ARTHUR MURDOCK
v.
MARTIN THORNE et al

         Argued February 11, 2016.

         On the briefs:

          Philip P. Mancini, Esq., and Michael T. Devine, Esq., Drummond & Drummond, LLP, Portland, for appellant Arthur Murdock.

         Elizabeth A. Germani, Esq., Germani Martemucci & Hill, Portland, for appellee Martin Thorne.

         Janet T. Mills, Attorney General, and Thomas A. Knowlton, Asst. Atty. Gen., Office of the Attorney General, Augusta, for appellee Department of Public Safety.

         At oral argument: Philip P. Mancini, Esq., for appellant Arthur Murdock.

         Elizabeth A. Germani, Esq., for appellee Martin Thorne.

         Thomas A. Knowlton, Asst. Atty. Gen., for appellee Department of Public Safety.

         Panel: SAUFLEY, C.J., and ALEXANDER, MEAD, GORMAN, JABAR, HJELM, and HUMPHREY, JJ.

          OPINION

          PER CURIAM

          [ΒΆ1] Arthur Murdock appeals, and the Maine Department of Public Safety (DPS) cross-appeals, from summary judgments entered by the Superior Court (Cumberland County, Warren, J. ) in favor of Martin

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Thorne on Murdock's complaint for negligence, and in favor of DPS on Murdock's complaint for uninsured motorist coverage. Because we conclude that the court improvidently granted Murdock's motion to enter final judgments on those claims pursuant to M.R. Civ. P. 54(b)(1), we dismiss the appeals.

         I. ...


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