IOU Central, Inc. v. Main Event Partybuses, LLC n/k/a Main Event Transportation, LLC t/a Main Event Charter Buses; Sarah Matthews; and Shawn Nelson
Plaintiff says defendants are in default on a note and seeks judgment in principal sum of $68,705.52.
Attorneys: P. George Eliades II of The Eliades Law Firm
Filed: February 22, 2017. CL17000550
Jang K. Huh a/k/a John K. Huh v. AGA Inc. d/b/a Allianz Global Assistance
Plaintiff says he was employed Sept. 22, 2014, as vice president for underwriting to ensure that financial targets were achieved for defendant, the largest provider of assistance and insurance services to leisure travel insurers in the U.S., and as a term of his employment, executed a non-compete clause. Plaintiff says he accepted an offer with Chubb Corp., which, unlike defendant, is an insurer, on Feb. 17, 2016. Plaintiff says defendant told him he was barred from accepting the offer because of the non-compete clause, that defendant interfered with his expected employment with Chubb by improper means, and that on March 4, the offer of employment was withdrawn. Plaintiff, who says he had the potential to earn from Chubb in excess of $400,000 annually and has not been able to find employment, alleges tortious interference with business expectancy and seeks damages of $5 million.
Attorneys: Jay J. Levit; and Scott Gregory Crowley of Crowley & Crowley
Filed: February 28, 2017. CL17000596
Mark W. Finkel v. West Broad Village Master Association, Inc.; Weeded, Inc. d/b/a Weeded Law Service; and ShopCore Properties TRS Management, LLC d/b/a Excel Trust, Inc.
Plaintiff seeks $1 million in damages from a fall on ice on the sidewalk as he was approaching his son’s apartment at The Flats at West Broad Village, and says agents of defendant told him he was the second person that day to fall in the same spot.
Attorneys: Medford J. Brown IV of Parrish Snead Franklin Simpson
Filed: February 23, 2017. CL17000553