The Docket: Court Roundup for 1.5.12

Chesterfield

The Washington Savings Bank FSB v. Fairweather Investments LLC
This is a confessed judgment of $1,078,857.60.
Law firm: Bean Kinney & Korman
Filed: 12/19/2011. CL11003294

The Washington Savings Bank FSB v. Fairweather Investments LLC
This is a confessed judgment of $2,395,694.60.
Law firm: Bean Kinney & Korman
Filed: 12/19/2011. CL11003295

Costen Floors Inc. v. George B. Sowers Jr. & Associates d/b/a Roseland Custom Homes; and Byron S. Ladd; and Amy C. Ladd; and Dale V. Clark, trustee; and Douglas D. Callaway, trustee; and Sandoval Paint LLC; and David S. Dowdy t/a Interior 2000; and Advanced Flooring & Design LLC; and Ferguson Enterprises Inc.
Plaintiff seeks judgment of $27,842.73, plus interest, attorney fees of $9,280.91, and costs.
Law firm: Derrick E. Rosser
Filed: 12/20/2011. CL11003322 [private]

Lee Hy Paving Corp. v. Meridian at Watermark LLC; and Waverton Associates Inc.; and J.H. Martin & Sons Contractors Inc.; and J. Judson McKellar Jr., trustee; and Donald L. Ritenour, trustee; and Virginia Housing Development Authority
Plaintiff seeks lien of $107,154.20, for work done at apartment complex Meridian at Watermark.
Law firm: Derrick E. Rosser
Filed: 12/20/2011. CL11003323

Gary W. Lewis and Mary C. Lewis v. Kingdom Investments LLC; and Darrell Underwood, incarcerated; and Cynthia Underwood, incarcerated
Plaintiffs seek to either have deed recorded Nov. 12, 2008, conveying title to Kingdom Investments set aside as having been obtained by fraud, or, to order execution of a new deed by a special commissioner and legally convey the defendants’ interest in subject property to the plaintiffs. Plaintiffs state that when they were having difficulty making mortgage payments in 2008, they were approached by defendant Cynthia Underwood and offered a “solution” to their financial troubles. Defendants offered to “purchase” the Lewis property and then “lease” it back to them. Plaintiffs allege defendants did not make mortgage payments Nov. 2008-Jan. 2009, and that plaintiffs then resumed making payments in Feb. 2009. In June 2009, defendants were found guilty of fraud in U.S. District Court for their involvement in a real estate investment scheme with their other company, Walkwood Properties Inc., and sentenced to federal prison.
Law firm: Ferris & Ferris
Filed: 12/22/2011. CL11003344

County of Chesterfield v. Farrar Properties LLC; and Thomas W. Winfree, trustee; and G. Andrew Nea Jr., substitute; and Village Bank f/k/a Southern Community Bank & Trust
Plaintiff seeks to enforce its liens for delinquent real estate taxes in the original principal sum of up to $120,000, and requests that subject property be sold and that all real estate taxes, including penalties and interest be paid, and that plaintiff be reimbursed costs, including attorney’s fees.
Law firm: Daniels & Morgan
Filed: 12/27/2011. CL11003359

Charlotte Jones, administrator of estate of James A. Jones, deceased v. James Enterprises LLC
Plaintiff alleges defendant contracted to buy property in Ettrick for $25,000, then refused to close, and asks that defendant be compelled to perform and comply with provisions in the agreement, and that plaintiff be awarded costs and fees expended.
Law firm: Metropolitan Law Center
Filed: 12/27/2011. CL11003378

Kevin Mahaney v. Virginia Physicians Inc.; and Laurence Boyce Jr., M.D.; and Garrison S. Bennett, M.D.; and Timothy J. Cole, M.D.; and Barbara M. Prillaman, M.D.
Plaintiff contends that in January 2010, he sought medical treatment on three occasions, and that defendants failed to take chest x-rays, failed to diagnose hydropneumothorax, and failed to diagnose hemothorax, and as a result, plaintiff suffered serious and permanent injuries. Plaintiff seeks $2 million and costs.
Law firm: Epperly & Follis
Filed: 12/29/2011. CL11003381

Kevin Mahaney v. Bon Secours Richmond Health System Inc.; and Bon Secour St. Francis Medical Center
Plaintiff alleges that on or about Jan. 2, 2010, he was walking on sidewalk at St. Francis Medical Center, and fell due to ice that had not been cleared, and seeks judgment of $900,000, plus costs and interest.
Law firm: Epperly & Follis
Filed: 12/29/2011. CL11003382

Henrico

6025 Staples Mill Road LLC; and Maxwell’s Place LLC; and Lonchms Inc. v. Haley Builders Inc; and Thomas Hamilton & Associaties P.C.; and Aspen Park Condominium Association Inc.; and 6011 Staples Mill Road LLC
Plaintiff alleges breach of contracts, express and implied warranties, and seeks $40,000.
Law firm: Harrell & Chambliss
Filed: 12/22/2011. CL11003586

Baileys Crossroads LLLP, successor in interest to MFR Realty Inc. v. Best Buy Stores L.P., successor in interest to Food-A-Rama G.U. Inc.; and Best Buy Co. Inc.; and Food-A-Rama G.U. Inc.; and Supervalu Inc.
Plaintiff alleges breach of lease and breach of guarantees and the assignment, and seeks judgment of $162,395.20, attorneys’ fees and costs, and interest.
Law firm: Williams Mullen
Filed: 12/22/2011. CL11003623

Infinity Distribution Services Inc. v. Ford Motor Co.
Plaintiff seeks damages of $65,385.13, plus other collateral costs in alleged breach of warranty and violations of the Motor Vehicle Warranty Enforcement Act.
Law firm: The Consumer Law Group
Filed: 12/27/2011. CL11003631

Christopher R. Devery v. Volkswagen Group of America Inc.
Plaintiff seeks damages of $32,098.63, plus other collateral costs in alleged breach of warranty and violation of the Motor Vehicle Warranty Enforcement Act.
Law firm: The Consumer Law Group
Filed: 12/27/2011. CL11003632

Walter Ferguson v. Christopher M. Timmons; and Costco Wholesale Corp.
Plaintiff states that on or about July 12, 2011, he was a customer at the store at 9650 W. Broad St., and in line to put gasoline in his vehicle. Plaintiff alleges that defendant Timmons called plaintiff over to the vehicle in which he was sitting, revealed a firearm, and threatened to shoot him. Plaintiff alleges mental anguish and other damages, and seeks judgment of $25,000 plus costs.
Law firm: Reid Goodwin
Filed: 12/27/2011. CL11003639

JDB Properties Inc. t/a Monument Construction LLC v. Watson Brothers LLC
Plaintiff seeks an order confirming the award of arbiter, and judgment in principal amount of $225,275.40, plus interest, plus costs, for work done at Perry Place Apartments.
Law firm: Meyer, Goergen & Marrs
Filed: 12/29/2011. CL11003643

Richmond

Bernard E. White v. Equifax Information Services LLC; and Experian Information Solutions Inc.
Plaintiff seeks compensatory judgment of $300,000, punitive damages of $250,000, statutory damages, fees and costs, for defamation and other damages.
Law firm: Joseph F. Grove
Filed: 12/19/2011. CL11005644

RGB Systems Inc. v. Advantage Office Solutions t/a Advantage Office Furniture
Plaintiff seeks judgment of $88,594.68, plus interest, plus attorney fees of $22,148.67, plus costs.
Law firm: Steingold & Angelidis
Filed: 12/19/2011. CL11005647

Kevin Kemp v. Club Artistotle and Associates Inc.
Plaintiff seeks judgment of $89,595, plus interest and late fees, plus costs.
Law firm: Albert W. Thweatt II. CL11005651

Katherine Palmer Bassett v. Nova of Virginia Aquatics Inc.
Plaintiff alleges that on Dec. 21, 2009, she slipped and fell on ice in the parking lot, and sustained injury that required multiple surgeries, and seeks judgment of $750,000, plus costs and interest.
Law firm: Christian & Barton
Filed: 12/19/2011. CL11005652

Avtar Singh Rathore, administrator of the estate of Gurjit Kaur Rathore, deceased v. American Honda Motor Co. Inc.; and Honda Motor Co. Ltd.; and Honda North America Inc., and others
Plaintiff alleges that on or about Dec. 24, 2009, the deceased was involved in a collision with a postal truck, with her three minor children in the car, and that an airbag failure caused the airbag to rupture and send metal fragments into the decedent’s chest and neck, killing her. Plaintiff seeks $75 million in compensatory damages, $350,000 in punitive damages, plus costs and interest.
Law firm: Tronfeld West & Durrett
Filed: 12/20/2011. CL11005664

Drake Compliance LLC; and David D. Jones v. David B. Welliver; and Dblaine Capital LLC
Plaintiffs state that defendants have made demands upon plaintiffs to provide them indemnity and contribution from unspecified losses and liability that may result from claims asserted against defendants by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Plaintiffs request an order of declaratory judgment that plaintiffs do not owe the defendants any duty to defend, indemnity, or provide contribution, together with any further relief the court deems appropriate.
Law firm: Vandeventer Black
Filed: 12/20/2011. CL11005665

Wells Fargo Bank, successor by merger to Wachovia Bank v. Virginia Home & Design LLC; and Amirk Hendiazad; and Seemin Hendiazad; and Dynasty House of Design
This is a confessed judgment of $3,213,909.42, plus attorney fees of $484,086.41.
Filed: 12/21/2011. CL11005680

Wells Fargo Bank, successor by merger to Wachovia Bank v. Virginia Home & Design LLC; and Amirk Hendiazad; and Seemin Hendiazad; and Dynasty House of Design
This is a confessed judgment of $700,054.64, plus attorney fees of $105,008.20.
Filed: 12/21/2011. CL11005681

Wells Fargo Bank, successor by merger to Wachovia Bank v. Virginia Home & Design LLC; and Amirk Hendiazad; and Seemin Hendiazad; and Dynasty House of Design
This is a confessed judgment of $669,370.65, plus attorney fees of $100,405.60.
Filed: 12/21/2011. CL11005682

Stuart K. Harris v. GAT Airline Ground Support Inc.
This is an action brought under the Civil Rights Act. Plaintiff alleges that black supervisors were treated more leniently, and in a materially different manner, from white supervisors, and that the defendant discriminated against him because of his race by subjecting him to disparate terms and conditions of employment, and ultimately, wrongfully terminated his employment. Plaintiff asks the court to order defendant to institute and carry out policies that provide equal employment opportunities and which eradicate effects of past and present unlawful employment practices; to make him whole with earnings and benefits with a judgment of $300,000; to provide compensation for non-pecuniary losses of $750,000; to pay punitive damages in amounts to be proved at trial; and to pay fees, costs and interest as applicable.
Law firm: Patten, Wornom, Hatten & Diamonstein
Filed: 12/22/2011. CL11005685

Jonetta Smith v. Williamsburg Village Associates L.P.; and FPI Management Inc.; and Prestige Properties #1 of Cincinnati Ltd.
Plaintiff contends that on or about Jan. 31, 2010, she slipped and fell on an icy sidewalk, suffering serious and permanent injuries, and seeks $750,000, interest and costs.
Law firm: Cannella & O’Neal
Filed: 12/22/2011. CL11005690

Thomas L. Wilkins v. City of Richmond
Plaintiff alleges that on or about April 2, 2011, he was operating a 50cc Velocity Scooter on Enfield Avenue near its intersection with Harwood Street and hit a pothole, causing him to overturn in the street. Plaintiff alleges the street was in disrepair, and that the pothole was filled with water, making it appear as a puddle, and that he sustained serious and permanent injuries. Plaintiff seeks $500,000, plus interest and costs.
Law firm: Whitehead & Chiocca
Filed: 12/27/2011. CL11005694

Elizabeth W. Baker v. John W. Summerville, M.D.; and Danna E. Johnson, M.D.; and Commonwealth Laboratory Consultants, P.C.
Plaintiff alleges that on or about Jan. 28, 2010, she was misdiagnosed with stomach cancer, then given grim statistics of the diagnosis, and had her stomach removed. Upon post-surgical examination, it was determined that she did not have stomach cancer, but instead demonstrated acute gastritis, and did not need to have her stomach removed. Plaintiff alleges she has undergone, and will undergo, permanent physical and emotional injuries, and seeks $2.5 million, plus interest, costs and other relief.
Law firm: FloranceGordonBrown
Filed: 12/27/2011. CL11005695

Nyhiem Butler, by his mother and next friend, Tiara Butler v. City of Richmond Public Schools; and Vincent Ashley; and Irene Jenkins; and Alvin Mathews
On the morning of July 6, 2010, at approximately 8:30 a.m., plaintiff, age 4 and diagnosed with autism, was picked up by a school bus with 6 other children to be transported to Summer Hill Elementary School for a summer education program. Plaintiff allegedly was left on the bus when it returned to the bus depot, and was discovered at approximately 10:10 a.m. by a passing bus driver, when the outside temperature was between 91 and 96 degrees. Plaintiff allegedly has suffered severe injuries, and seeks $150,000 in compensatory damages, $350,000 in punitive damages, plus costs and other relief.
Law firm: Hutchens & Hutchens
Filed: 12/27/2011. CL11005721

Kevin Murphy v. O’Charley’s Inc.; and Joe Hudson; and Brad Cole
Plaintiff alleges that on or about Oct. 14, 2010, he was delivering foodstuffs to O’Charley’s in Harrisonburg, walked to the men’s room, took one step inside, and immediately slipped and fell on a slick substance. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $850,000, plus interest, costs and other relief.
Law firm: Bucci & Dix
Filed: 12/27/2011. CL11005723

City of Richmond v. Dominion Resources Inc.; and Dominion Virginia Power Services Corp. Inc.
Plaintiff contends that from Jan. 1, 2001-Feb. 1, 2008, the natural gas utility tax should have been collected by the seller from the purchaser on a monthly basis, and seeks $2,557,081, plus interest and penalties.
Filed: 12/27/2011. CL11005727

Altman Contracting LLC v. Mike Zenarolla; and Coastal Investments Inc.; and JJK Enterprises Inc.; and J&M Investments Inc.; and MBM Investments Inc.
Plaintiff operates a snow removal business a/k/a Virginia Snow Plowing. Plaintiff contends he was hired to perform snow removal and de-icing services at defendant’s gas station/convenience stores, and alleges he was not paid. Plaintiff seeks $50,230 judgment, plus interest, plus fees.
Law firm: Elliott B. Bender
Filed: 12/28/2011. CL11005730

Shirley Warren v. Michael DePalma, M.D.; and Stony Point Surgery Center LLC
Plaintiff states she was referred to defendant for back pain and headaches resulting from an auto accident, and on Dec. 31, 2009, underwent a surgical procedure and suffered a stroke. Plaintiff seeks $2 million, plus interest and costs.
Law firm: Roy, Larsen, Carnes & Ramm
Filed: 12/28/2011. CL11005731

The Little Oil Co. Inc. v. Jay’s Enterprises Inc. d/b/a Coinjock Exxon; and Tanveer Javed
Plaintiff seeks judgment of $78,079.94, plus interest, costs and fees.
Law firm: Williams Mullen
Filed: 12/29/2011. CL11005744

American Door & Glass Inc. v. Architectural Glazing Systems Inc.; and Keith Construction Inc. of Mass.; and Travelers Casualty and Surety Co. of America
Plaintiff seeks judgment of $18,630.98, plus interest, for work done at Fairhills Apartment Complex.
Law firm: Derrick E. Rosser
Filed: 12/29/2011. CL11005748

City of Richmond v. Bojangles & Croakers LLC; and Neverett A. Eggleston III
Plaintiff seeks delinquent admissions, lodging and meal taxes for defendant’s operations at 550 E. Marshall St. for the year 2006, in principal amount of $20,114, accumulated interest of $13,189, plus attorneys’ fees of $6,660.73, and costs.
Filed: 12/29/2011. CL11005750

City of Richmond v. Kunal Inc.; and Chaitanya I. Patel; and Urvashi C. Patel
Plaintiff seeks delinquent admissions, lodging and meal taxes for defendant’s operations of a Subway restaurant at 30 N. 8th St. for the year 2006, in principal amount of $86,783.02, accumulated interest of $4,669.76, plus attorneys’ fees of $18,290.56, and costs.
Filed: 12/29/2011. CL11005751

City of Richmond v. Starbucks Corp.
Plaintiff seeks delinquent admissions, lodging and meal taxes for defendant’s operations at 7017 Three Chopt Road for the year 2006, in principal amount of $26,425.88, accumulated interest of $18,343.18, plus attorneys’ fees of $8,953.81, and costs.
Filed: 12/29/2011. CL11005752

City of Richmond v. The Corner Bar & Grill; and Herman C. Baskerville
Plaintiff seeks delinquent admissions, lodging and meal taxes for defendant’s operations at 1301 W. Leigh St. for the year 2006, in principal amount of $21,843, accumulated interest of $15,133, plus attorneys’ fees of $7,395.33, and costs.
Filed: 12/29/2011. CL11005753

City of Richmond v. Miki Enterprises; and Tadoshi Yamaguchi
Plaintiff seeks delinquent admissions, lodging and meal taxes for defendant’s operations of Kobe Japanese Steaks and Sushi Restaurant at 19 S. 13th St. for the year 2006, in principal amount of $42,017.64, accumulated interest of $28,867.97, plus attorneys’ fees of $14,177.12, and costs.
Filed: 12/29/2011. CL11005754

City of Richmond v. WAP Restaurants Inc.; and Curtis H. Atkins Jr.
Plaintiff seeks delinquent admissions, lodging and meal taxes for defendant’s operations at 1708 E. Main St. for the year 2006, in principal amount of $16,402, accumulated interest of $9,582.45, plus attorneys’ fees of $5,197.02, and costs.
Filed: 12/29/2011. CL11005755

City of Richmond v. Virginia Concessions LLC
Plaintiff seeks delinquent admissions, lodging and meal taxes for defendant’s operations at 4700 W. Broad St. for the year 2006, in principal amount of $20,033.62, accumulated interest of $13,673, plus attorneys’ fees of $6,741.32, and costs.
Filed: 12/29/2011. CL11005756

Campus-Pierce Arrow LLC v. City of Richmond
Plaintiff seeks to correct alleged erroneous assessment of 23 parcels of real estate, mostly student apartments in the Boulevard area, for tax years 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011. Plaintiff seeks exoneration from payment of real estate taxes erroneously assessed, to order the city to refund taxes erroneously assessed and paid by plaintiff, plus interest at the rate charged by the city for delinquent taxes from the date of payment by plaintiff until the date the city has refunded such excess taxes.
Law firm: Hirschler Fleischer
Filed: 12/29/2011. CL11005759

Bacon Housing LP v. City of Richmond
Plaintiff seeks to correct alleged erroneous assessments of real estate property known as Bacon Retirement Community for tax years 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011.
Law firm: Hirschler Fleischer
Filed: 12/29/2011. CL11005760

Bowler Housing LP v. City of Richmond
Plaintiff seeks to correct alleged erroneous assessment of real estate property known as Bowler Retirement Community for tax years 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011. Plaintiff seeks exoneration from payment of real estate taxes erroneously assessed, to order the city to refund taxes erroneously assessed and paid by plaintiff, plus interest at the rate charged by the city for delinquent taxes from the date of payment by plaintiff until the date the city has refunded such excess taxes.
Law firm: Hirschler Fleischer
Filed: 12/29/2011. CL11005761 [/private]

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