Commonwealth Capital Corporation v. Tempe, City of et al
ORDER AND OPINION: For the reasons set forth above, Plaintiff CCC's motion at docket 47, for partial summary judgment on Count 3 of its complaint is GRANTED in part and DENIED in part. It is granted to the extent that there is no genuine dispute that the equipment sold by NeoReach to JTA did not remain subject to the abandonment provision in Tempe's contract with NeoReach. It is denied insofar as CCC has not established ownership of particular equipment in the city's Wi-Fi network. Defendant Tempe's motion at docket 55, for summary judgment in its favor on Count 3 of CCCs complaint and for summary judgment on its own action for declaratory judgment is DENIED. Signed by Judge John W Sedwick on 10/4/10.(LAD)
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