The Docket: Court Roundup for 4.5.12

Chesterfield

Carns Properties LLC v. SportsQuest LLC; and Stephen A. Burton
Plaintiff says that effective Nov. 1, 2009, defendant leased premises at 2240 Oak Lake Boulevard from plaintiff, and alleges breach of contract. Plaintiff seeks damages against SportsQuest of $720,447.37, and damages against Burton of $620,447.37, plus attorney’s fees, interest and costs.
Law firm: CowanGates
Filed: 3/14/2012. CL12000784 [private]

Concrete VA.com LLC v. Rastek Construction and Development Corp.
This is a complaint to enforce a mechanic’s lien of $18,450.41 for work completed at 11503 Hull Street Road.
Law firm: Goff & Midkiff
Filed: 3/21/2012. CL12000870

Bantam’s Plumbing Co. Inc. v. Rastek Construction and Development Corp. et al.
This is a complaint to enforce a mechanic’s lien of $30,045.40 for work performed at 11503 Hull Street Road.
Law firm: Goff & Midkiff
Filed: 3/21/2012. CL12000871

Richard L. Crowder Construction v. Rastek Construction and Development Corp.; and Robert P. Chesson
Plaintiff says that by confess judgment note dated March 13, 2009, defendant agreed to pay plaintiff for balance of work performed by plaintiff on a 12-acre parcel owned by defendant adjacent to 11601 Hull Street, Midlothian. Plaintiff alleges breach of contract against Rastek and seeks judgment of $125,000, plus interest, costs and fees; and breach of guaranty against Chesson, and seeks judgment in principal amount of $40,000.
Law firm: LeClairRyan
Filed: 3/22/2012. CL12000873

Richmond

Bruce Washington v. Wal-Mart Stores East LP t/a Wal-Mart Distribution Center-Store #1726; and Wal-Mart Stores East Inc.; and Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
On or about March 24, 2010, plaintiff alleges defendant’s employees negligently allowed and/or caused a door to hit plaintiff on the head as he was leaving the store in Mt. Crawford, Va., and seeks judgment of $500,000 plus interest.
Law firm: McEachin & Gee
Filed: 3/14/2012. CL12001263

Carter Machinery Company Inc. v. J.H. Martin & Sons Contractors Inc.
Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal amount of $397,680.80.
Law firm: Crenshaw, Ware & Martin
Filed: 3/15/2012. CL12001277

Linda Crowley v. Big Lots Stores Inc.
On or about April 3, 2010, in store in Fredericksburg, plaintiff says she fell because of a wet substance on floor, and seeks judgment in principal amount of $75,000.
Law firm: Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen
Filed: 3/19/2012. CL12001333

Jeffrey L. Staub v. Balzer and Associates Inc.
Plaintiff seeks to have the “nonsolicitation” provisions of his May 4, 2009, stockholders agreement with defendant declared void and unenforceable as a matter of law, and also seeks compensatory and punitive damages for harm done by virtue of defendant’s alleged tortious interference of the business relationship plaintiff enjoys with new employer AES Consulting Engineers.
Law firm: Troutman Sanders
Filed: 3/22/2012. CL12001384

Frances Lee v. John Doe; and Greater Richmond Transit Co.; and Old Dominion Transit Management Co. d/b/a GRTC Transit System
Plaintiff, who uses a wheelchair, says that on or about March 30, 2010, as she sat at a GRTC-designated bus stop on Idlewood Avenue, the bus driver opened the ramp of the bus onto her feet. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal amount of $40,000.
Law firm: Christina Pendleton & Associates
Filed: 3/23/2012. CL12001386

Willard Coker v. Virginia Union University
This is a defamation suit in which plaintiff seeks compensatory damages of $2 million and punitive damages of $350,000, plus interest and costs. Plaintiff, head basketball coach at the university from 2008-March 24, 2011, alleges defendant defamed him when it falsely stated it fired him because he had “shortfalls” with recruiting.
Law firm: The Hawkins Law Firm
Filed: 3/27/2012. CL12001447

Valley Proteins Inc. v. Phoenix Capital Group LLC
Plaintiff engages in the business of recovery, rendering and recycling of animal by-products. Plaintiff says it engaged Bryant Brothers Trucking to provide services in 2010 and 2011. Upon information and belief, Bryant Brothers entered into an agreement with defendant in which Bryant Brothers assigned to defendant its rights to the payments for the services Bryant Brothers was providing to plaintiff. Plaintiff seeks declaratory judgment that it had no obligation to make payment to defendant for invoices it received from DEB Logistics in January and February 2012, and that plaintiff is not liable to defendant in any amount; in addition, plaintiff seeks judgment for all costs.
Law firm: Troutman Sanders
Filed: 3/27/2012. CL12001457

Henrico

The Little Oil Company Inc. v. Ambika LLC; and Prakash Jariwala
This is an action for damages resulting from defendant’s alleged breach of agreement with plaintiff for delivery of petroleum product and for improvements made on property owned or leased by defendant in Salem. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal amount of $52,037.59.
Law firm: Williams Mullen
Filed: 3/22/2012. CL12000860

Gary Biggs v. Commercial Interiors
On or about Oct. 27, 2011, plaintiff says he suffered a hyperextension of his left knee when he attempted to avoid packing and moving materials haphazardly strewn about defendant’s loading dock. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal amount of $500,000.
Law firm: Geoffrey R. McDonald & Associates
Filed: 3/22/2012. CL12000862

KBS Inc. v. Steel Specialities Inc.
Plaintiff alleges breach of contract in construction at The Yards, 299 Tingey St., in Washington, D.C., and seeks judgment in principal amount of $200,000.
Law firm: Moran Reeves & Conn
Filed: 3/27/2012. CL12000893

Best by Test Janitorial Company and Dennis Brown v. Knowledge Learning Corp.; and Kindercare Learning Centers
Plaintiff alleges breach of contract and says because of non-payment of services for 20 of defendant’s childhood learning centers, he lost his home and was defamed. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $250,000 in compensatory damages and $350,000 in punitive damages, plus costs, fees and interest.
Law firm: none
Filed: 3/30/2012. CL12000950

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Chesterfield

Carns Properties LLC v. SportsQuest LLC; and Stephen A. Burton
Plaintiff says that effective Nov. 1, 2009, defendant leased premises at 2240 Oak Lake Boulevard from plaintiff, and alleges breach of contract. Plaintiff seeks damages against SportsQuest of $720,447.37, and damages against Burton of $620,447.37, plus attorney’s fees, interest and costs.
Law firm: CowanGates
Filed: 3/14/2012. CL12000784 [private]

Concrete VA.com LLC v. Rastek Construction and Development Corp.
This is a complaint to enforce a mechanic’s lien of $18,450.41 for work completed at 11503 Hull Street Road.
Law firm: Goff & Midkiff
Filed: 3/21/2012. CL12000870

Bantam’s Plumbing Co. Inc. v. Rastek Construction and Development Corp. et al.
This is a complaint to enforce a mechanic’s lien of $30,045.40 for work performed at 11503 Hull Street Road.
Law firm: Goff & Midkiff
Filed: 3/21/2012. CL12000871

Richard L. Crowder Construction v. Rastek Construction and Development Corp.; and Robert P. Chesson
Plaintiff says that by confess judgment note dated March 13, 2009, defendant agreed to pay plaintiff for balance of work performed by plaintiff on a 12-acre parcel owned by defendant adjacent to 11601 Hull Street, Midlothian. Plaintiff alleges breach of contract against Rastek and seeks judgment of $125,000, plus interest, costs and fees; and breach of guaranty against Chesson, and seeks judgment in principal amount of $40,000.
Law firm: LeClairRyan
Filed: 3/22/2012. CL12000873

Richmond

Bruce Washington v. Wal-Mart Stores East LP t/a Wal-Mart Distribution Center-Store #1726; and Wal-Mart Stores East Inc.; and Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
On or about March 24, 2010, plaintiff alleges defendant’s employees negligently allowed and/or caused a door to hit plaintiff on the head as he was leaving the store in Mt. Crawford, Va., and seeks judgment of $500,000 plus interest.
Law firm: McEachin & Gee
Filed: 3/14/2012. CL12001263

Carter Machinery Company Inc. v. J.H. Martin & Sons Contractors Inc.
Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal amount of $397,680.80.
Law firm: Crenshaw, Ware & Martin
Filed: 3/15/2012. CL12001277

Linda Crowley v. Big Lots Stores Inc.
On or about April 3, 2010, in store in Fredericksburg, plaintiff says she fell because of a wet substance on floor, and seeks judgment in principal amount of $75,000.
Law firm: Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen
Filed: 3/19/2012. CL12001333

Jeffrey L. Staub v. Balzer and Associates Inc.
Plaintiff seeks to have the “nonsolicitation” provisions of his May 4, 2009, stockholders agreement with defendant declared void and unenforceable as a matter of law, and also seeks compensatory and punitive damages for harm done by virtue of defendant’s alleged tortious interference of the business relationship plaintiff enjoys with new employer AES Consulting Engineers.
Law firm: Troutman Sanders
Filed: 3/22/2012. CL12001384

Frances Lee v. John Doe; and Greater Richmond Transit Co.; and Old Dominion Transit Management Co. d/b/a GRTC Transit System
Plaintiff, who uses a wheelchair, says that on or about March 30, 2010, as she sat at a GRTC-designated bus stop on Idlewood Avenue, the bus driver opened the ramp of the bus onto her feet. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal amount of $40,000.
Law firm: Christina Pendleton & Associates
Filed: 3/23/2012. CL12001386

Willard Coker v. Virginia Union University
This is a defamation suit in which plaintiff seeks compensatory damages of $2 million and punitive damages of $350,000, plus interest and costs. Plaintiff, head basketball coach at the university from 2008-March 24, 2011, alleges defendant defamed him when it falsely stated it fired him because he had “shortfalls” with recruiting.
Law firm: The Hawkins Law Firm
Filed: 3/27/2012. CL12001447

Valley Proteins Inc. v. Phoenix Capital Group LLC
Plaintiff engages in the business of recovery, rendering and recycling of animal by-products. Plaintiff says it engaged Bryant Brothers Trucking to provide services in 2010 and 2011. Upon information and belief, Bryant Brothers entered into an agreement with defendant in which Bryant Brothers assigned to defendant its rights to the payments for the services Bryant Brothers was providing to plaintiff. Plaintiff seeks declaratory judgment that it had no obligation to make payment to defendant for invoices it received from DEB Logistics in January and February 2012, and that plaintiff is not liable to defendant in any amount; in addition, plaintiff seeks judgment for all costs.
Law firm: Troutman Sanders
Filed: 3/27/2012. CL12001457

Henrico

The Little Oil Company Inc. v. Ambika LLC; and Prakash Jariwala
This is an action for damages resulting from defendant’s alleged breach of agreement with plaintiff for delivery of petroleum product and for improvements made on property owned or leased by defendant in Salem. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal amount of $52,037.59.
Law firm: Williams Mullen
Filed: 3/22/2012. CL12000860

Gary Biggs v. Commercial Interiors
On or about Oct. 27, 2011, plaintiff says he suffered a hyperextension of his left knee when he attempted to avoid packing and moving materials haphazardly strewn about defendant’s loading dock. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal amount of $500,000.
Law firm: Geoffrey R. McDonald & Associates
Filed: 3/22/2012. CL12000862

KBS Inc. v. Steel Specialities Inc.
Plaintiff alleges breach of contract in construction at The Yards, 299 Tingey St., in Washington, D.C., and seeks judgment in principal amount of $200,000.
Law firm: Moran Reeves & Conn
Filed: 3/27/2012. CL12000893

Best by Test Janitorial Company and Dennis Brown v. Knowledge Learning Corp.; and Kindercare Learning Centers
Plaintiff alleges breach of contract and says because of non-payment of services for 20 of defendant’s childhood learning centers, he lost his home and was defamed. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $250,000 in compensatory damages and $350,000 in punitive damages, plus costs, fees and interest.
Law firm: none
Filed: 3/30/2012. CL12000950

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