Mary Cummins wins Ashton Technology, Frederic Rittereiser lawsuit

Judge Flora Barth Wolf‘s final ruling. I won. The case was dismissed for lack of jurisdiction. Then the company went bankrupt as I predicted. Judge Flora Barth Wolf was a wonderful judge. She was fair, kind and didn’t put up with crap from Plaintiffs. Plaintiffs refused to give me copies of documents and refused to communicate with me. Before the only hearing I attended in person Plaintiffs’ attorney swore to me “on the life of my wife and child” that if I went into that court room, I would lose. He offered me hush money. He said “talk about Asthon Technology all you like, but we’ll give you money if you shut up about Freddie.” I refused the hush money, went into the hearing and won. Judge reprimanded attorney for refusing to give me copies of documents and refusing to communicate with me (except for the one chat before the hearing).
61-01062261 UPON CONSIDERATION OF MARY CUMMINS’ MOTION TO DETERMINE PRELIMINARY OBJECTIONS, THE MEMORANDUM OF LAW IN SUPPORT THEREOF, AND PLAINTIFFS’ RESPONSE THERETO, AND THIS COURT FINDING THAT MARY CUMMINS LACKED SUFFICIENT MINIMUM CONTACTS WITH THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED AND DECREED THAT THE PRELIMINARY OBJECTIONS ARE SUSTAINED AND THE COMPLAINT IN THIS MATTER IS DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE AS TO MARY CUMMINS ONLY FOR LACK OF JURISDICTION. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED THAT PLAINTIFFS’ PRAECIPE TO OVERRULE PRELIMINARY OBJECTIONS IS DENIED AS MOOT…BY THE COURT, JUDGE WOLF, 8-28-01.
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Case Description
Case ID: Case Caption: Filing Date: Court: Location: Jury: Case Type: Status:
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010402722 RITTERREISER ETAL VS CUMMINS ETAL Monday , April 23rd, 2001 MAJOR NON JURY 100 PENN SQUARE EAST NON JURY EQUITY – NO REAL ESTATE (TRO) DISCONTINUANCE ORDERED
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Case Event Schedule
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Case motions
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Case Parties
Seq #
Assoc
Expn Date
Type
Name
1
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
FRANK, ALAN L
Address:
ALAN L. FRANK LAW ASSOCS PC 135 OLD YORK ROAD JENKINTOWN PA 19046 (215)935-1000
Aliases:
none
2
1
PLAINTIFF
RITTEREISER, FREDERIC
Address:
3
Address:
4
Address:
11PENNCENTER1835 MARKET ST 4TH FLOOR PHILADELPHIA PA 19103
1
1835MARKETSTSTE 400 PHILADELPHIA PA 19103
906 N DOHENY DR #214 LOS ANGELES CA 90069
Aliases: none
PLAINTIFF
Aliases: none
DEFENDANT
Aliases: none
Filing Party
FRANK, ALAN L
FRANK, ALAN L
ASHTON TECHNOLOGY GROUP INC
CUMMINS, MARY
Disposition Approval/ Amount EntryDate
23-APR-2001 10:58 AM
23-APR-2001 12:00 AM
23-APR-2001 12:00 AM
Docket Entries
Filing Date/Time
23-APR-2001 10:57 AM
Docket Type
ACTIVE CASE
DocketEntry: none.
23-APR-2001 11:11 AM
COMMENCEMENT OF CIVIL ACTION
DocketEntry: none.
23-APR-2001 11:11 AM
DocketEntry:
23-APR-2001 11:11 AM
COMPLAINT FILED NOTICE GIVEN
COMPLAINTWITHNOTICETODEFENDWITHINTWENTY(20)DAYSAFTER SERVICE IN ACCORDANCE WITH RULE 1018.1 FILED.
WAITING TO LIST CASE FRANK, ALAN L 23-APR-2001 MGMT CONF 12:00 AM
DocketEntry: none.
11-MAY-2001 02:07 PM
TRANSFERRED TO MAJOR NON-JURY
SHEPPARD, JR., ALBERT W
11-MAY-2001 02:09 PM
Docket Entry:
AFTER A REVIEW OF PLAINTIFF’S(S’) PLEADING AND THE COMMERCE PROGRAM CASE CRITERIA, IT IS ORDERED THAT THIS CASE IS INAPPROPRIATE FOR THE COMMERCE PROGRAM BECAUSE IT DOES NOT INVOLVE A DISPUTE BETWEEN OR AMONG TWO BUSINESS ENTERPRISES. ADMINISTRATIVE DOCKET 01 OF 1999 IN RE: COMMERCE CASE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM, B.1.2. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED THAT THE CASE IS TRANSFERRED TO THE NON JURY PROGRAM AND PLACED IN A WAITING TO LIST STATUS CONFERENCE STATUS. BY THE COURT….SHEPPARD J 5/11/01
11-MAY-2001 02:10 PM
NOTICE GIVEN
11-MAY-2001 02:10 PM
Docket Entry:
none.
11-MAY-2001 02:10 PM
WAITING TO LIST STATUS CONF
11-MAY-2001 12:00 AM
Docket Entry:
none.
14-MAY-2001 03:50 PM
REFUND OF FEES/PROTHY APPROVED
15-MAY-2001 12:00 AM
Docket Entry:
$22.00 REFUNDED TO FRANK & ROSEN. OVERPAYMENT.
21-MAY-2001 10:36 AM
ENTRY OF APPEARANCE FILED
CUMMINS, MARY
22-MAY-2001 12:00 AM
Docket Entry:
ENTRY OF APPEARANCE OF MARY CUMMINS FILED ON BEHALF OF DFT, MARY CUMMINS (PRO-SE) $102.00 FEE PAID FILED.
29-MAY-2001 03:45 PM
PRELIMINARY OBJECTIONS
CUMMINS, MARY
30-MAY-2001 12:00 AM
Docket Entry:
DEFENDANT, MARY CUMMINS PRELIMINARY OBJECTIONS PURSUANT TO PA RCP 1028(A) TO PLAINTIFFS’ COMPLAINT.
14-JUN-2001 03:55 PM
ANSWER TO PRELIMINARY OBJCTNS
FRANK, ALAN L
15-JUN-2001 12:00 AM
Docket Entry:
ANSWER TO DEFENDANT MARY CUMMINS’ PRELIMINARY OBJECTIONS.
20-JUN-2001 09:23 AM
LISTED FOR STATUS CONFERENCE
20-JUN-2001 09:23 AM
Docket Entry:
none.
21-JUN-2001 04:05 PM
NOTICE GIVEN
21-JUN-2001 04:05 PM
Docket Entry:
none.
28-JUN-2001 02:13 PM
MOTION TO DETERMINE P O FILED
CUMMINS, MARY
29-JUN-2001 12:00 AM
Docket Entry:
61-01062261 RESPONSE DATE 7-30-01
29-JUN-2001 11:36 AM
PRAECIPE/OVERRULE PRELIM OBJS
FRANK, ALAN L
05-JUL-2001 12:00 AM
Docket Entry:
35-01062335 PRAECIPE TO OVERRULE PRELIMINARY OBJECTIONS
05-JUL-2001 03:17 PM
MOTION ASSIGNMENT UPDATED
05-JUL-2001 12:00 AM
Docket Entry:
35-01062335 PRAECIPE TO OVERRULE PRELIMINARY OBJECTIONS ASSIGNMENT DATE UPDATED TO 7-30-01
19-JUL-2001 10:52 AM
STATUS HEARING DISPOSED
TERESHKO, ALLAN L
19-JUL-2001 10:53 AM
It is hereby ORDERED and DECREED as follows: 1. Development of Joint Statement of Uncontested and Contested Facts. (a) Plaintiff’s Proposed Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Legal Issues for Trial. By 1/18/02, plaintiff shall provide the Court with a narrative statement listing all facts proposed to be proved by him or her at trial in support of his or her claim(s) as to liability and damages. Additionally, plaintiff shall provide the Court with all relevant conclusions of law based upon his or her proposed findings of fact and any and all legal issues presented thereto. (b) Defendant’s Response and Proposed
Docket Entry:
Facts. By 2/18/02, defendant shall provide the Court a statement: (1) indicating the extent to which defendant contests and does not contest the plaintiff’s proposed facts: (2) listing all additional facts proposed to be proved by defendant at trial in opposition to, or in special defense of, the plaintiff’s claim(s) as to liability and damages; (3) listing all facts proposed to be proved by defendant at trial in support of any counterclaim(s), and/or third-party claim(s) if such claims exist; (4) listing any and all conclusions of law which arise from all contested and uncontested facts as proposed by the plaintiff; and, (5) listing for the Court all legal issues presented based upon proposed facts and conclusions of law. (c) Statement of Uncontested Facts. By 1/18/02, the same date as that listed in paragraph 1 (a) of this order, the parties shall submit a joint statement of uncontested facts. This statement is separate and distinct from any other submitted. As such, agreement or disagreement, which terms are defined below, with any proposed fact by a defendant does not obviate the requirements of this paragraph. 2. Identification of Witnesses and Exhibits. (a) Plaintiff’s Witnesses. By 1/18/02, plaintiff shall provide the Court with a list of all possible witnesses, including a brief narrative of each respective witness’s expected testimony. (b) Plaintiff’s Exhibits. By 1/18/02, plaintiff shall provide the Court with a list of all possible exhibits which he or she may use during the course of trial. (c) Defendant’s Witnesses. By 2/18/02, defendant shall provide the Court with a list of all possible witnesses, including a brief narrative of each respective witness’s expected testimony. (d) Defendant’s Exhibits. By 2/18/02, defendant shall provide the Court with a list of all possible exhibits which he or she may use during the course of the trial. 3. Definitions. (a) Narration of Proposed Facts. In stating facts proposed to be proved, counsel shall do so in simple, declarative, self contained, consecutively numbered sentences. In a case with multiple parties, if a fact is to offered against fewer than all parties, counsel shall indicate the parties against which the fact will (or will not) be offered. (The facts to be set forth include not only ultimate facts, but also all subsidiary and supporting facts except those offered solely for impeachment purposes.) (b) Agreement and Disagreement. Defense counsel shall indicate that he or she does not contest a proposed fact if at trial they will not controvert or dispute that fact. In indicating disagreement with a proposed fact, defense counsel shall so set forth those disagreement(s) as explained above. (c) Objections. Objections to the admissability of a proposed fact (either as irrelevant or on other grounds) may not be used to avoid indicating whether or not the party contests the truth of that fact. (Counsel shall, however, indicate any objections, both to the facts which they contest and those which they do not contest.) (d) Individual Positions. To the extent feasible, counsel with similar interests are expected to coordinate their efforts and express a joint position with respect to the facts they propose to prove and to the facts other parties propose to prove. Subject to the time limits above, each party may, however, list additional proposed facts to cover positions unique to it. 4. Annotations. For each proposed fact, the parties shall, at the time of proposing to prove the fact, list the witnesses (including expert witnesses), documents, and (with line-by-line references) any depositions and answers to interrogatories or requests for admissions that they will offer to prove that fact. In his or her response, defense counsel shall, if he or she objects to any such proposed fact
or proposed proof, state precisely the grounds of their objections and, if they will contest the accuracy of the proposed fact, similarily list the witnesses, documents, depositions, interrogatories, or admissions that they will offer to controvert that fact. Except for good cause shown, a party will be precluded at trial from offering any evidence on any fact not so disclosed and from making any objection not so disclosed. 5. Effect. (a) Preclusion of other facts. Except for good cause shown, parties shall be precluded at trial from offering proof of any fact not disclosed in their listing of proposed facts (except purely for impeachment purposes). 6. Sanctions. Unjustified refusal to admit a proposed fact or to limit the extent of disagreement with a proposed fact shall be subject to sanctions. Excessive listing of proposed facts (or of the evidence to be submitted in support of or denial of such facts) which imposes obvious burdens on opposing parties shall also be subject to sanctions. BY THE COURT: Allan L. Tereshko, Supervising Judge
19-JUL-2001 10:53 AM
LISTED FOR SETTLEMENT CONF
19-JUL-2001 10:53 AM
Docket Entry:
none.
19-JUL-2001 10:54 AM
LISTED FOR TRIAL
19-JUL-2001 10:54 AM
Docket Entry:
none.
30-JUL-2001 09:17 AM
ANSWER (MOTION/PETITION) FILED
RITTEREISER, FREDERIC
31-JUL-2001 12:00 AM
Docket Entry:
61-01062261 ANS FILED TO PO’S
01-AUG-2001 04:21 PM
MOTION ASSIGNED
01-AUG-2001 04:21 PM
Docket Entry:
35-01062335 PRAECIPE TO OVERRULE OBJECTIONS ASSIGNED TO JUDGE WOLF ON, 8-2-01.
01-AUG-2001 04:21 PM
MOTION ASSIGNED
01-AUG-2001 04:21 PM
Docket Entry:
61-01062261 MOTION TO DETERMINE PRELIMINARY OBJECTIONS ASSIGNED TO JUDGE WOLF ON 8-2-01.
29-AUG-2001 03:24 PM
ORDER ENTERED/236 NOTICE GIVEN
WOLF, FLORA B
29-AUG-2001 03:28 PM
Docket Entry:
61-01062261 UPON CONSIDERATION OF MARY CUMMINS’ MOTION TO DETERMINE PRELIMINARY OBJECTIONS, THE MEMORANDUM OF LAW IN SUPPORT THEREOF, AND PLAINTIFFS’ RESPONSE THERETO, AND THIS COURT FINDING THAT MARY CUMMINS LACKED SUFFICIENT MINIMUM CONTACTS WITH THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED AND DECREED THAT THE PRELIMINARY OBJECTIONS ARE SUSTAINED AND THE COMPLAINT IN THIS MATTER IS DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE AS TO MARY CUMMINS ONLY FOR LACK OF JURISDICTION. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED THAT PLAINTIFFS’ PRAECIPE TO OVERRULE PRELIMINARY OBJECTIONS IS DENIED AS MOOT…BY THE COURT, JUDGE WOLF, 8-28-01.
06-SEP-2001 12:00 PM
PETITION FOR RECONSIDERATION
10-SEP-2001 12:00 AM
Docket Entry:
24-01090224 PETITION FOR RECONSIDERATION FILED (FILED BY FREDERIC RITTEREISER AND ASHTON TECHNOLOGY GROUP)
10-SEP-2001 12:04 PM
MOTION ASSIGNED
10-SEP-2001 12:04 PM
Docket Entry:
24-01090224 PETITION FOR RECONSIDERATION ASSIGNED TO JUDGE WOLF ON 9-11-01.
16-OCT-2001 03:17 PM
ORDER ENTERED/236 NOTICE GIVEN
WOLF, FLORA B
16-OCT-2001 03:18 PM
Docket Entry:
24-01090224 IT IS ORDERED THAT PLAINTIFF’S MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION IS DENIED AND THE ORDER ENTERED AUGUST 27, 2001, GRANTING DEFENDANT MARY CUMMINS’ PRELIMINARY OBJECTIONS IS HEREBY AFFIRMED. …BY THE COURT: WOLF, J. 10-11-01.
25-JAN-2002 12:21 PM
CONFERENCE CANCELLED
25-JAN-2002 12:21 PM
Docket Entry:
none.
25-JAN-2002
OTHER EVENT
25-JAN-2002
03:13 PM
CANCELLED
03:13 PM
Docket Entry:
REFER TO THE ORDER OF JUDGE WOLF DATED 8/28/01.
15-MAR-2002 10:04 AM
NOTICE GIVEN UNDER RULE 236
21-MAR-2002 10:05 AM
Docket Entry:
none.
15-MAR-2002 10:58 AM
PRAECIPE TO DISCONTINUE
FRANK, ALAN L
18-MAR-2002 10:58 AM
Docket Entry:
ORDER TO DISCONTINUE WITHOUT PREJUDICE FILED BY PLAINTIFF(S) ATTORNEY.
21-MAR-2002 10:04 AM
DISCONTINUANCE ORDERED
TERESHKO, ALLAN L
21-MAR-2002 10:05 AM
Docket Entry:
DISCONTINUED 3/18/02 BY THE COURT: JUDGE ALLAN L. TERESHKO
30-DEC-2005 02:36 PM
RECORD DESTROYED
30-DEC-2005 12:00 AM
Docket Entry:
THIS RECORD HAS BEEN DISPOSED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE COUNTY RECORDS ACT AND PA. R.J.A. NO. 507(A)

Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates is a wildlife rehabilitator licensed by the California Department of Fish and Game. Mary Cummins is also a licensed real estate appraiser in Los Angeles, California.

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About Mary Cummins Animal Advocates Real Estate Appraiser

Mary Cummins is President of Animal Advocates. She is licensed with the California Department of Fish & Game, USDA and the City of Los Angeles to rescue and rehabilitate wildlife. Cummins speaks to local community groups and students about respecting wildlife and humane wildlife control. She is also a Humane Nuisance Wildlife Control Operator. She has written manuals on small mammal rehabilitation besides numerous articles. She was born and raised in Southern California. She attended Beverly Hills Good Shepherd Catholic School and Beverly Hills High School. Besides being a member of Junior Mensa and on the Dean's list, she was a top ten national swimmer and competed on the men's water polo team. She began college at the age of 15 attending the University of Southern California on scholarship, majoring in Psychology/Sociology. After college Cummins became a licensed real estate agent specializing in income property in Los Angeles. She obtained her real estate appraisal license, real estate brokerage license and currently does real estate consulting, expert witness testimony and review appraisals at Cummins Real Estate Services.
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