Jewell v. Moser (Majority)Annotate this Case
Appellant Barry Jewell appealed from the denial of his motion for entry of satisfaction of judgment. For reversal, he contended that as one of four shareholders in the law firm of Jewell, Moser, Fletcher & Holleman (JMFH), he was a joint obligor and that when two of the shareholders, Scott Fletcher and John Holleman, were released, the debt was satisfied. On October 26, 2011, several hours after Appellant filed his notice of appeal from the denial of his motion for entry of satisfaction, the circuit court entered an order denying Appellant's motion for entry of satisfaction of judgment. Appellant never filed a notice of appeal from the court's October 26 order, but rather, on October 28, filed a supplement to his notice of appeal asking that the October 26 order be added to his designation of record. The Supreme Court dismissed the appeal for lack of jurisdiction because Appellant failed to file a timely notice of appeal from the court's order denying his motion.