Kouba v. FEBCO, Inc.

980094 Albert "Rusty" Kouba, Plaintiff and Appellant
v.
FEBCO, Inc., a North Dakota
corporation, d/b/a Super Eight
Lodge of Williston, North Dakota,
and Robert D. Balkowitsch,
individual, and Several Unknown
Individuals, Defendants and Appellees

Appeal from: District Court, Northwest Judicial District, Williams County
Judge David W. Nelson
Nature of Action: Employer/Employee Dispute
Counsel:
Appellant: Pro se
Appellee: Tschider & Smith
Term: 09/1998   Argument: 09/01/1998  10:45am
ND cite: 1998 ND 171
NW cite: 583 N.W.2d 810

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Docket entries:
103/26/1998 NOTICE OF APPEAL: 03/25/1998
204/07/1998 PETITION IN FORMA PAUPERIS TO WAIVE FILING FEE ON APPEAL
304/07/1998 ACTION BY CLERK (filing fee waived)
404/17/1998 MOTION FOR REMAND (Notice to Court to Clarify and Decide)
504/17/1998 ACTION BY CHIEF JUSTICE (MOT/REMAND). Granted
604/17/1998 ORDER OF REMAND
704/22/1998 RECORD ON APPEAL
805/01/1998 APPELLANT BRIEF
905/01/1998 APPELLANT APPENDIX
1005/06/1998 Copy of Summary Judgment (inserted in ATA)
1105/29/1998 APPELLEE BRIEF
1205/29/1998 APPELLEE APPENDIX
1306/04/1998 Rec'd correct color covers for AEB - replaced
1409/01/1998 APPEARANCES: Albert Kouba, pro se; David A. Tschider
1509/01/1998 ARGUED: Kouba; Tschider (Vol. W, pg. 29)
1609/15/1998 UNANIMOUS OPINION: Meschke, Herbert L.
1709/15/1998 (Remanded with directions to dispose of the pending counterclaim and to enter final judgment
1809/15/1998 within 10 days; otherwise, the appeal will be dismissed and the matter will be remanded for
1909/15/1998 trial on the counterclaim)
2009/15/1998 ORDER OF REMAND (Opinion)
2109/18/1999 RECEIPT SIGNED BY DISTRICT COURT CLERK'S OFFICE
2209/28/1998 Final judgment was not entered in compliance with the Supreme Court opinion filed 9/15/98
2309/28/1998 DISPOSITION: DISMISSED
2409/28/1998 Order/Judgment Mailed to Parties, Publishers, Clerk, Judge
2510/02/1998 RECEIPT SIGNED BY DISTRICT COURT CLERK'S OFFICE
2609/28/1998 MANDATE
2707/17/2006 EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed

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