The Docket: Court Roundup for 5.3.12

Chesterfield

Markham Burial Vault Service Inc. v. Engram Enterprises LLC t/a Engram Funeral Home; and William M. Engram Jr.
Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $83,294.34 for burial vault products and related services.
Law firm: Charles W. Hundley
Filed: 4/23/2012. CL12001207 [private]

Sports Construction Management Inc. v. SportsQuest LLC; and SportsQuest Foundation Inc.; and Economic Development Authority of the County of Chesterfield, Va., et al. (13 other defendants)
Claimant prays that the mechanic’s lien be enforced, its debt truly ascertained; that the court rule a contract for services rendered exists between the plaintiff and defendant, and award plaintiff quantum meruit recovery of $59,983.76, plus interest, costs and fees. Plaintiff, of North Carolina, says it provided materials, equipment and labor to prepare subgrade and install 21A/B stone and compact in the sidewalk areas between the “front nine” fields and along the north, south, east and west sides at SportsQuest East Campus, 13020 Genito Road.
Law firm: Coleman, Goots & Associates
Filed: 4/25/2012. CL12001248

Compass Group USA Inc. v. SportsQuest LLC
Plaintiff says on or about March 26, 2011, SportsQuest CEO Steve Burton signed a food service agreement with Compass. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal amount of $41,165.89.
Law firm: David H. Gouger
Filed: 4/26/2012. CL12001268

Hartsell Investments Inc. v. Sportsman Motors Inc.; and Charles Edward Spencer
This is an action to recover funds from defendant for what plaintiff alleges is breach of contract and fraud. Plaintiff says it lent money to defendant with the understanding that the money would be used to purchase automobiles to be sold by Sportsman from its location at 800 E. Hundred Road, Chester, and that as each automobile was sold, plaintiff would be reimbursed the amount that was paid for the automobile and paid a percentage of the net profit from each sale. Shortly after money was loaned to purchase four autos at an auction, plaintiff says it learned that none or not all of the automobiles had been purchased and that the money lent to defendant had been used for other purchases. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $61,050.
Law firm: Hopson, Habenicht and Cave
Filed: 4/26/2012. CL12001272

L.E. Baker Enterprises Inc. v. M.B. Kahn Construction Co. Inc.; and Ward & Stancil Inc.; and Fern Springs LLC; and WG Chesterfield LLC
Plaintiff says it entered into a verbal contract with defendants on or about February 2011 to furnish site work and grading for a Walgreens project at 10230 Ironbridge Road, and has not been paid in full. Plaintiff seeks establishment of a valid lien against the property of $98,159.84 with interest paid in full; that property be sold to pay off and satisfy lien; and/or that judgment be granted in the principal sum of $98,159.84.
Law firm: Lane & Hamner
Filed: 4/30/2012. CL12001301

Henrico

Woco Oil Co. v. Reyhnolds Oil Co.
Plaintiff says defendant fraudulently pulled fuel on plaintiff’s credit line for its own use Oct. 26-28, 2011, and seeks judgment in principal amount of $164,975.64.
Law firm: Alexander M. Simon
Filed: 4/20/2012. CL12001171

LeClairRyan v. Commonwealth Group-Winchester Partners LP
Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $33,042.67.
Law firm: Chaplin & Gonet
Filed: 4/23/2012. CL12001203

Joseph S. Farag v. KMC Enterprises LLC; and Katherine M. Cisneros
Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $61,682.
Law firm: Lafayette, Ayers & Whitlock
Filed: 4/23/2012. CL12001205

B&D Construction Inc. v. KBS Inc.; and Travelers Casualty & Surety Company of America
Plaintiff says defendant KBS, as general contractor, failed to pay B&D, as subcontractor, on the Virginia Department of State Police Public Safety Driver Training Facility, Fort Pickett, and seeks judgment of no less than $100,000 plus interest, fees and costs.
Law firm: Andrew Mauck
Filed: 4/25/2012. CL12001223

Donald Kent Hoffman v. Daimler Trucks North America LLC t/a Freightliner Custom Chassis Corp.; and Camping World RV Sales LLC; and Damon Motor Coach Inc.; and Drew Industries Inc. t/a Lippert Components Inc.
This is an action for breach of express and implied warranties; for violations of the Virginia Uniform Commercial Code and the federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, pursuant to the sale to plaintiff of what he says is a defective and unrepaired recreational vehicle. Plaintiff purchased and took delivery of a new 2011 Tuscany 42RQ on or about Oct. 29, 2010, and paid $196,166.72 cash. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $215,000.
Law firm: Patricia Michels Anderson
Filed: 4/26/2012. CL12001230

SunTrust Mortgage Inc. v. All in One Mortgage Lenders LLC
Plaintiff seeks to recover losses in principal amount of $214,275.25 occasioned by what it termed a breach of contract by defendant.
Law firm: Wolfe & Wyman
Filed: 4/27/2012. CL12001244

Four Mile Run Homeowners Association Inc. v. Pendragon Development Co. LLC; and Four Mile Run Development Co. LLC; and Pace M. Fonville Jr.; and Fon-Saw LLC; and United Leasing Corp.
Plaintiff says defendants have failed to convey the Common Area in a subdivision, and have failed to pay property taxes on the parcel since the first half of 2005. Plaintiff requests that court enter an order requiring defendants to convey all the portions of the Common Area which lie within defendants’ possession to the association free and clear of liens and encumbrances, and award plaintiff its costs and fees. Plaintiff also says defendants have acted with willful misfeasance, gross misconduct and/or bad faith and seeks judgment of $450,000, punitive damages of $2 million, plus fees.
Law firm: Whiteford, Taylor & Preston
Filed: 4/30/2012. CL12001250

Richmond

Ricky Baroody v. Skidmore Family LLC
Plaintiff, an employee of the City of Richmond Department of Public Utilities, says he entered a property at 2226 W. Grace St. owned by defendant on or about June 25, 2010, to turn on gas and water service, and that a concrete block step at the rear of the building dislodged, causing him to injure his left leg. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $50,000.
Law firm: Midkiff, Muncie & Ross
Filed: 4/20/2012. CL12001860

RW-Raleigh Holdings LLC and Roper Investments LLC v. Great American Insurance Company of New York
Property at the heart of the suit is a warehouse in Raleigh, N.C., owned by Roper, formerly owned by RW-Raleigh Holdings. Property was insured under a commercial policy, which provided coverage for damage caused by windstorm. A roof inspection in 2006 said the roof area in Area D of approximately 92,000 square feet had a useful life of seven to 10 years at that point. On April 16, 2011, violent tornadoes touched down in N.C., and the roof system failed. A claim of replacement cost of Area D was estimated at $1,117,506 and defendant denied the claim that there was an entire loss. Roper said it was forced to mitigate its damages and place a temporary fix. Plaintiff charges breach of contract and seeks judgment in principal amount of $1.5 million.
Law firm: Williams, Mullen, Clark & Dobbins
Filed: 4/20/2012. CL12001868

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. v. Adina Inc.
This is a confessed judgment in principal amount of $95,357.25.
Law firm: Kutak Rock
Filed: 4/23/2012. CL12001885

900 Block West Broad LLC v. Club Zero LLC; and Deborah Moody
Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $200,171.94 for past-due rent, future rent and common area maintenance fees.
Law firm: DankosGordon
Filed: 4/24/2012. CL12001893

Ameda Powell and Tyrone Powell v. SunTrust Mortgage Inc.
Plaintiffs seeks declaratory judgment that SunTrust is not entitled to a foreclosure sale of home in Williamsburg, that any such foreclosure would be void, and that plaintiffs are not responsible for any costs toward foreclosure.
Law firm: The Law Office of Henry McLaughlin
Filed: 4/24/2012. CL12001898

State Farm Fire and Casualty Co. as subrogee of Michael Peay v. Fluidmaster Inc.
Peay maintained an insurance policy on property in Waterford. On or about Sept. 21, 2007, the Fluidmaster toilet fill valve cracked, causing water overflow to damage the residence and Peay’s personal property. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal amount of $261,390.57.

Moghees Nezam v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
Plaintiffs seeks declaratory judgment that defendant is not entitled to a foreclosure sale of home in Arlington, that any such foreclosure would be void, and that plaintiff is not responsible for any costs toward foreclosure.
Law firm: The Law Office of Henry McLaughlin
Filed: 4/26/2012. CL12001914

Alzena Mayfield v. Henry L. Marsh; and Frederick H. Marsh; and Hill, Tucker and Marsh
Plaintiff alleges breach of contract and professional negligence dating to 2001, when plaintiff retained defendant to sue the city of Petersburg because of actions by the Petersburg Police Department. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal amount of $5 million.
Law firm: Virginia Law Center
Filed: 4/26/2012. CL12001923

Michael E. Robinson v. Northrop Grumman Corp.; and Northrop Grumman Foundation; and Zero Gravity Corp.; and Amerijet International Inc.
Plaintiff seeks judgment of $250,000, with interest from April 30, 2010, and states that at that time he was a middle school teacher in Brownsville, Texas, when he participated in a program operated by defendants which simulated weightlessness while airborne. Plaintiff says defendants failed to warn him when airplane shifted from weightlessness to gravity, and as a result, he fell when he was in the weightlessness position and suffered permanent neck injuries.
Law firm: Robert L. Flax
Filed: 4/27/2012. CL12001929

Afshin Mohammadi and Djavad Djavadi v. Global Credit Systems LLC; and Christopher Nightingale; and Patrick Selig; and Peter May
Defendant May approached plaintiff Mohammadi, plaintiff says, in fall of 2009, suggesting that he invest in Global Credit, a company that performs third-party debt collection. Plaintiffs say defendants used Global Credit as a corporate vehicle to defraud and damage them. Plaintiffs seek damages in principal sum of $950,000.
Law firm: Wallace Pledger
Filed: 4/27/2012. CL12001934

Chesterfield

Markham Burial Vault Service Inc. v. Engram Enterprises LLC t/a Engram Funeral Home; and William M. Engram Jr.
Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $83,294.34 for burial vault products and related services.
Law firm: Charles W. Hundley
Filed: 4/23/2012. CL12001207 [private]

Sports Construction Management Inc. v. SportsQuest LLC; and SportsQuest Foundation Inc.; and Economic Development Authority of the County of Chesterfield, Va., et al. (13 other defendants)
Claimant prays that the mechanic’s lien be enforced, its debt truly ascertained; that the court rule a contract for services rendered exists between the plaintiff and defendant, and award plaintiff quantum meruit recovery of $59,983.76, plus interest, costs and fees. Plaintiff, of North Carolina, says it provided materials, equipment and labor to prepare subgrade and install 21A/B stone and compact in the sidewalk areas between the “front nine” fields and along the north, south, east and west sides at SportsQuest East Campus, 13020 Genito Road.
Law firm: Coleman, Goots & Associates
Filed: 4/25/2012. CL12001248

Compass Group USA Inc. v. SportsQuest LLC
Plaintiff says on or about March 26, 2011, SportsQuest CEO Steve Burton signed a food service agreement with Compass. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal amount of $41,165.89.
Law firm: David H. Gouger
Filed: 4/26/2012. CL12001268

Hartsell Investments Inc. v. Sportsman Motors Inc.; and Charles Edward Spencer
This is an action to recover funds from defendant for what plaintiff alleges is breach of contract and fraud. Plaintiff says it lent money to defendant with the understanding that the money would be used to purchase automobiles to be sold by Sportsman from its location at 800 E. Hundred Road, Chester, and that as each automobile was sold, plaintiff would be reimbursed the amount that was paid for the automobile and paid a percentage of the net profit from each sale. Shortly after money was loaned to purchase four autos at an auction, plaintiff says it learned that none or not all of the automobiles had been purchased and that the money lent to defendant had been used for other purchases. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $61,050.
Law firm: Hopson, Habenicht and Cave
Filed: 4/26/2012. CL12001272

L.E. Baker Enterprises Inc. v. M.B. Kahn Construction Co. Inc.; and Ward & Stancil Inc.; and Fern Springs LLC; and WG Chesterfield LLC
Plaintiff says it entered into a verbal contract with defendants on or about February 2011 to furnish site work and grading for a Walgreens project at 10230 Ironbridge Road, and has not been paid in full. Plaintiff seeks establishment of a valid lien against the property of $98,159.84 with interest paid in full; that property be sold to pay off and satisfy lien; and/or that judgment be granted in the principal sum of $98,159.84.
Law firm: Lane & Hamner
Filed: 4/30/2012. CL12001301

Henrico

Woco Oil Co. v. Reyhnolds Oil Co.
Plaintiff says defendant fraudulently pulled fuel on plaintiff’s credit line for its own use Oct. 26-28, 2011, and seeks judgment in principal amount of $164,975.64.
Law firm: Alexander M. Simon
Filed: 4/20/2012. CL12001171

LeClairRyan v. Commonwealth Group-Winchester Partners LP
Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $33,042.67.
Law firm: Chaplin & Gonet
Filed: 4/23/2012. CL12001203

Joseph S. Farag v. KMC Enterprises LLC; and Katherine M. Cisneros
Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $61,682.
Law firm: Lafayette, Ayers & Whitlock
Filed: 4/23/2012. CL12001205

B&D Construction Inc. v. KBS Inc.; and Travelers Casualty & Surety Company of America
Plaintiff says defendant KBS, as general contractor, failed to pay B&D, as subcontractor, on the Virginia Department of State Police Public Safety Driver Training Facility, Fort Pickett, and seeks judgment of no less than $100,000 plus interest, fees and costs.
Law firm: Andrew Mauck
Filed: 4/25/2012. CL12001223

Donald Kent Hoffman v. Daimler Trucks North America LLC t/a Freightliner Custom Chassis Corp.; and Camping World RV Sales LLC; and Damon Motor Coach Inc.; and Drew Industries Inc. t/a Lippert Components Inc.
This is an action for breach of express and implied warranties; for violations of the Virginia Uniform Commercial Code and the federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, pursuant to the sale to plaintiff of what he says is a defective and unrepaired recreational vehicle. Plaintiff purchased and took delivery of a new 2011 Tuscany 42RQ on or about Oct. 29, 2010, and paid $196,166.72 cash. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $215,000.
Law firm: Patricia Michels Anderson
Filed: 4/26/2012. CL12001230

SunTrust Mortgage Inc. v. All in One Mortgage Lenders LLC
Plaintiff seeks to recover losses in principal amount of $214,275.25 occasioned by what it termed a breach of contract by defendant.
Law firm: Wolfe & Wyman
Filed: 4/27/2012. CL12001244

Four Mile Run Homeowners Association Inc. v. Pendragon Development Co. LLC; and Four Mile Run Development Co. LLC; and Pace M. Fonville Jr.; and Fon-Saw LLC; and United Leasing Corp.
Plaintiff says defendants have failed to convey the Common Area in a subdivision, and have failed to pay property taxes on the parcel since the first half of 2005. Plaintiff requests that court enter an order requiring defendants to convey all the portions of the Common Area which lie within defendants’ possession to the association free and clear of liens and encumbrances, and award plaintiff its costs and fees. Plaintiff also says defendants have acted with willful misfeasance, gross misconduct and/or bad faith and seeks judgment of $450,000, punitive damages of $2 million, plus fees.
Law firm: Whiteford, Taylor & Preston
Filed: 4/30/2012. CL12001250

Richmond

Ricky Baroody v. Skidmore Family LLC
Plaintiff, an employee of the City of Richmond Department of Public Utilities, says he entered a property at 2226 W. Grace St. owned by defendant on or about June 25, 2010, to turn on gas and water service, and that a concrete block step at the rear of the building dislodged, causing him to injure his left leg. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $50,000.
Law firm: Midkiff, Muncie & Ross
Filed: 4/20/2012. CL12001860

RW-Raleigh Holdings LLC and Roper Investments LLC v. Great American Insurance Company of New York
Property at the heart of the suit is a warehouse in Raleigh, N.C., owned by Roper, formerly owned by RW-Raleigh Holdings. Property was insured under a commercial policy, which provided coverage for damage caused by windstorm. A roof inspection in 2006 said the roof area in Area D of approximately 92,000 square feet had a useful life of seven to 10 years at that point. On April 16, 2011, violent tornadoes touched down in N.C., and the roof system failed. A claim of replacement cost of Area D was estimated at $1,117,506 and defendant denied the claim that there was an entire loss. Roper said it was forced to mitigate its damages and place a temporary fix. Plaintiff charges breach of contract and seeks judgment in principal amount of $1.5 million.
Law firm: Williams, Mullen, Clark & Dobbins
Filed: 4/20/2012. CL12001868

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. v. Adina Inc.
This is a confessed judgment in principal amount of $95,357.25.
Law firm: Kutak Rock
Filed: 4/23/2012. CL12001885

900 Block West Broad LLC v. Club Zero LLC; and Deborah Moody
Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $200,171.94 for past-due rent, future rent and common area maintenance fees.
Law firm: DankosGordon
Filed: 4/24/2012. CL12001893

Ameda Powell and Tyrone Powell v. SunTrust Mortgage Inc.
Plaintiffs seeks declaratory judgment that SunTrust is not entitled to a foreclosure sale of home in Williamsburg, that any such foreclosure would be void, and that plaintiffs are not responsible for any costs toward foreclosure.
Law firm: The Law Office of Henry McLaughlin
Filed: 4/24/2012. CL12001898

State Farm Fire and Casualty Co. as subrogee of Michael Peay v. Fluidmaster Inc.
Peay maintained an insurance policy on property in Waterford. On or about Sept. 21, 2007, the Fluidmaster toilet fill valve cracked, causing water overflow to damage the residence and Peay’s personal property. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal amount of $261,390.57.

Moghees Nezam v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
Plaintiffs seeks declaratory judgment that defendant is not entitled to a foreclosure sale of home in Arlington, that any such foreclosure would be void, and that plaintiff is not responsible for any costs toward foreclosure.
Law firm: The Law Office of Henry McLaughlin
Filed: 4/26/2012. CL12001914

Alzena Mayfield v. Henry L. Marsh; and Frederick H. Marsh; and Hill, Tucker and Marsh
Plaintiff alleges breach of contract and professional negligence dating to 2001, when plaintiff retained defendant to sue the city of Petersburg because of actions by the Petersburg Police Department. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal amount of $5 million.
Law firm: Virginia Law Center
Filed: 4/26/2012. CL12001923

Michael E. Robinson v. Northrop Grumman Corp.; and Northrop Grumman Foundation; and Zero Gravity Corp.; and Amerijet International Inc.
Plaintiff seeks judgment of $250,000, with interest from April 30, 2010, and states that at that time he was a middle school teacher in Brownsville, Texas, when he participated in a program operated by defendants which simulated weightlessness while airborne. Plaintiff says defendants failed to warn him when airplane shifted from weightlessness to gravity, and as a result, he fell when he was in the weightlessness position and suffered permanent neck injuries.
Law firm: Robert L. Flax
Filed: 4/27/2012. CL12001929

Afshin Mohammadi and Djavad Djavadi v. Global Credit Systems LLC; and Christopher Nightingale; and Patrick Selig; and Peter May
Defendant May approached plaintiff Mohammadi, plaintiff says, in fall of 2009, suggesting that he invest in Global Credit, a company that performs third-party debt collection. Plaintiffs say defendants used Global Credit as a corporate vehicle to defraud and damage them. Plaintiffs seek damages in principal sum of $950,000.
Law firm: Wallace Pledger
Filed: 4/27/2012. CL12001934

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