Commerce and Industry Insurance Company v. Elite Force Staffing, Inc.
Plaintiff says defendant has failed to pay premiums for insurance policies covering time in 2015 and 2016 and seeks judgment in principal sum of $27,396.
Attorneys: Michael P. Chabrow and Amelia M. Henry of Mitchell Rubenstein & Associates
Filed: N/A. CL17000809
David J. Herro v. The Hertz Corporation d/b/a Hertz Rent A Car; and David Hayer
Plaintiff says he rented an auto July 6, 2016, when he relocated to the area and that Hayer said since his credit card was on file, it was no problem to keep it beyond the initial rental period. Plaintiff says he returned the car on Sept. 15, and on Sept. 16, Hayer contacted Chesterfield police and reported the vehicle had not been returned, and a warrant was issued for his arrest for failure to return rental property, a felony. Plaintiff says he was booked at Chesterfield County Jail, and as part of that process, photographed, and the photo appeared in a local newspaper. The charge was dismissed Nov. 14. Plaintiff alleges defendants initiated and engaged in a deliberate attempt to harass and defame him and cause deliberate infliction of emotional distress, and seeks compensatory damages of $200,000 and punitive damages of $300,000.
Attorneys: Stephen K. Armstrong of Reed|Armstrong
Filed: N/A. CL17000708
Michael J. Cullather v. Steven W. Worrell and Elite Force Staffing, Inc.
Plaintiff says he and Worrell formed EFS in 2012 to provide labor and staffing to the construction industry in the mid-Atlantic region, and at the time each had 50% ownership. When the relationship soured, plaintiff says Worrell in August 2015 effectuated a plan to force plaintiff out of EFS and off the board of directors by claiming he owed 51% of EFS stock, and plaintiff, 49%. Plaintiff alleges defendant has failed to produce documents, has failed to allow plaintiff to withdraw or roll over his retirement benefits, and is in breach of contract. Plaintiff seeks damages of not less than $1 million, a declaratory judgment that plaintiff and defendant each own 50%, and dissolution with liquidation of assets.
Attorneys: Everette G. Allen Jr., John “Jack” M. Robb III and Kenneth T. Stout of LeClairRyan
Filed: N/A. CL17000795