Opinions Jan. 7, 2020

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Indiana Court of Appeals
Kay Kim and Charles Chuang v. David L. Gadis and Ylanda D. Gadis (mem. dec.)
Civil tort. Affirms the Marion Superior Court’s grant of summary judgment to David and Ylanda Gadis against Kay Kim and Charles Chuang. Finds the trial court correctly granted summary judgment. Also finds Kim and Chuang’s appellate brief is “littered with frivolous, nonsensical arguments and scandalous, impertinent and racist statements,” while their appendix “is generally useless and does not contain the summary judgment pleadings and designated evidence” filed by Kim and Chuang. Finally, sua sponte finds appellate attorney fees are warranted under Indiana Appellate Rule 66(E). Remands for the trial court to calculate the Gadis’ reasonable appellate attorney fees and order Kim and Chuang to pay them.

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