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Gomez v. Sable-Imagination On Sand

Court of Appeals of Tennessee, Knoxville

October 26, 2017

ANA TANIA GOMEZ, ET AL.
v.
SABLE-IMAGINATION ON SAND, ET AL.

          Assigned on Briefs September 1, 2017

         Direct Appeal from the Chancery Court for Sevier County No. 14-11-381 Telford E. Forgety, Jr., Chancellor

         This is an appeal from a bench trial. Due to the deficiencies in the appellants' brief on appeal, we find that they waived consideration of any issues on appeal and hereby dismiss the appeal.

         Tenn. R. App. P. 3 Appeal as of Right; Appeal Dismissed

          Douglas E. Taylor, Seymour, Tennessee, for the appellants, Ana Tania Gomez and Joaquin Gomez. Edward L. Summers, Knoxville, Tennessee, for the appellees, Sable-Imagination on

          Sand, IM Entertainment Group, LLC, Overon Group Corporation, Oleg Volkov, Kassaev Entertainment, Inc., Rozenberg Corporation, Igor Kassaev, Mikhail Rozenberg, Sable Theater, and Enrique Castellanos Villasenor.

          Brandon O. Gibson, J., delivered the opinion of the court, in which Richard H. Dinkins, and Thomas R. Frierson, II, J.J., joined.

          MEMORANDUM OPINION [1]

          BRANDON O. GIBSON, JUDGE

         I. Facts & Procedural History

          Ana Tania Gomez and Joaquin Gomez, citizens and residents of Mexico, are the appellants in this matter. Appellants filed a complaint against ten individuals and business entities in the chancery court of Sevier County, asserting numerous claims arising out of their involvement with a business that operated a dinner show in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. The complaint stated that it was an action for declaratory judgment, to quiet title, for breach of contract, for violations of the Tennessee Business Corporation Act, Tenn. Code Ann. § 48-11-101, et seq., for violations of the Tennessee Nonprofit Corporation Act, Tenn. Code Ann. § 48-51-101, et seq., to pierce the corporate veil, and for fraud and misrepresentation, civil conspiracy, and unjust enrichment.

         After a two day bench trial, the trial court entered an order ruling in favor of the defendants on all claims and dismissing the complaint filed by Appellants. Appellants timely filed a notice of appeal.

         II. Issues Presented

         Appellants list the following issues in their brief on appeal:

1. Whether the trial court erred in finding the subject business enterprise was ...

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