The Docket: Court Roundup for 6.14.12


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Henrico

SunTrust Mortgage Inc. v. Home Mortgage Network LLC
Plaintiff alleges breach of contract and seeks judgment of $113,795.14.
Law firm: Wolfe & Wyman
Filed: 5/31/2012. CL12001575

Schindler Elevator v. VT Services Inc.; Virginia State University; The Visitors of Virginia State University a/k/a The Board of Visitors of Virginia State University; and David A. Von Moll, Virginia comptroller
Plaintiff alleges that defendants did not pay for all the goods/services provided by plaintiff, and seeks judgment in principal amount of up to $29,618.09.
Law firm: Spotts Fain
Filed: 5/31/2012. CL12001584 [private]

HHHunt Corp. v. County of Henrico
Plaintiff owns property consisting of 49.911 acres at the northern terminus of Axe Handle Lane. The property is currently zoned for single-family residential use and approved for subdivision of 34 residential lots known as Westin. In October 2011, plaintiff filed application to re-subdivide the property into 40 residential lots, said to meet all applicable requirements under the Virginia Code and Henrico County’s zoning and subdivision ordinances. The planning commission denied the application. Plaintiff prays that the court will reverse the denial by the commission, order that plaintiff’s subdivision application be approved, and grant other relief.
Law firm: Hirschler Fleischer
Filed: 6/1/2012. CL12001585

State Farm Fire and Casualty, as subrogee of Kenneth Jackson v. Interline Brands Inc.
On or about June 17, 2010, a plastic coupling nut portion of a toilet supply line manufactured and marketed by defendant cracked, plaintiff says, causing water overflow in Jackson’s home. Plaintiff seeks damages of $35,269.48.
Law firm: Brenner, Evans & Millman
Filed: 6/1/2012. CL12001597

State Farm Fire and Casualty, as subrogee of Charles Hopkins v. Electrolux Home Products
Plaintiff says a dishwasher manufactured by defendant malfunctioned and caused water damage of $77,309.56 on or about Feb. 13, 2010, and seeks that amount.
Law firm: Brenner, Evans & Millman
Filed: 6/1/2012. CL12001604

Bradley P. Marrs v. Meyergoergen PC f/k/a Meyer, Goergen & Marrs
Plaintiff was a founding shareholder of the defendant until March 18, 2012, and also was an employee from Oct. 1, 1991, through March 18, 2012. Plaintiff says he resigned as an employee, officer and director on March 19, and in keeping with an agreement, delivered the certificates for his shares of stock in the defendant to the defendant. Plaintiff says defendant is contractually obligated to purchase his shares. On May 3, 2012, defendant notified plaintiff, plaintiff asserts, that it was deliberately withholding payment. Plaintiff says a representative has since stated that defendant is unable to pay. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $45,000.
Law firm: The Marrs Law Firm
Filed: 5/31/2012. CL12001610

Bradley P. Marrs v. Meyergoergen PC f/k/a Meyer, Goergen & Marrs
Plaintiff moves for declaratory judgment against defendant. Plaintiff was a founding shareholder of defendant, and remained a shareholder until March 18, 2012. He also was an employee of the defendant continuously from Oct. 1, 1991, through March 18, 2012. Plaintiff states that from time to time, various shareholders of defendant entered into written contracts designed to govern their relationships with each other and with the defendant, and that certain provisions run afoul of the mandates of the Rules of Professional Conduct. Plaintiff says he resigned in response to a concerted effort by the defendant and its other shareholders to oppress his minority interest in the defendant corporation, through a course of dealing over a period of years. Plaintiff says defendant continuously and repeatedly subjected him to onerous financial terms not imposed on any other shareholder attorney, through a series of votes by the defendant’s other shareholders and directors in which they simply outnumbered plaintiff. Since his resignation, plaintiff says he has been told by a representative that the defendant continues to seek to maintain rules that deter attorney mobility, largely by reducing stock payouts and by asserting various claims against the departing shareholder attorney. In addition, plaintiff says a lien provision seeks to go beyond certain common law attorney’s lien rights. Plaintiff prays the court will grant him a declaratory judgment to the effect that the defendant has no lien rights against cases handled by the plaintiff for the clients affected by certain defendant allegations, or in the alternative, that the defendant is not entitled to claim liens at the 40 percent rate but rather must establish any entitlement (net of setoffs) on a case-by-case basis; that the court will order the defendant to disgorge and to pay to the plaintiff any sums received pursuant to its lien claims to date, with interest; that the court will bar the defendant from pursuing any further lien claims against plaintiff or his clients; and grant other relief.
Law firm: The Marrs Law Firm
Filed: 5/31/2012. CL12001611

Mechanicsville Concrete LLC v. Evans Construction Inc.; Northstar Excavating Inc.; and Fidelity and Deposit Co. of Maryland
Evans, as prime contractor, entered into a public construction contract with the County of Henrico to furnish all the labor and materials to complete the construction and/or renovation of Henrico County Firestation #8. From March 2011 through July 2011, defendant Northstar ordered concrete from plaintiff. Plaintiff says it has not been paid, and seeks judgment in principal sum of $22,918.40.
Law firm: Williams Mullen
Filed: 6/7/2012. CL12001628

Chesterfield

Harrison & Bates Inc. v. Manakin Holdings LLC
This is a garnishment of $23,665.72 involving the sale or lease of commercial real estate.
Law firm: DurretteCrump
Filed: 6/1/2012. CL12001657

Sterling Commercial Credit LLC v. Pro Nurses Inc.
This is a garnishment of $68,025.50.
Law firm: Hairfield Morton Watson Adams Sommers
Filed: 6/1/2012. CL12001660

Indevco LLC v. Temple Options LLC; Clifford York; and Lewis Page Johnson
Plaintiff petitions for judicial dissolution of Temple Options, formed in November 2010 for the purpose of manufacturing, distributing and selling eyewear products through catalog, internet and retail channels. Indevco, York and Johnson each owned one-third of Temple Options. Plaintiff says it advanced cash to Temple Options to be repaid from company operating proceeds, while the other two partners were to manage day-to-day operations, marketing and selling. Plaintiff says defendants York and Johnson allowed business to languish and have ignored it since October 2011; that product manufactured for the company languished in inventory; and that creditors were not paid. Plaintiff seeks injunctive relief and requests that the court order that defendants cooperate to dissolve Temple Options, that defendants York and Johnson be enjoined from preventing plaintiff from accessing Temple Options’ property and records, appointing Indevco to oversee the liquidation of the assets of Temple Options, and other relief.
Law firm: Hirschler Fleischer
Filed: 6/8/2012. CL12001756

Richmond

Glendaylynn Glover v. Ana L. Valencia Vasquez; and James River Bus Lines
Plaintiff says on or about Oct. 16, 2010, she was a passenger in a tour bus in Bedford County and that defendant Vasquez was driving the tour bus behind her in a careless and reckless manner and collided with the bus in which plaintiff was a passenger. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $500,000 for injuries suffered.
Law firm: Parcell & Webb
Filed: 6/4/2012. CL12002541

Gregg Davis v. William T. Cantrell Inc.; Patriots Landing Management Corp.; and Patriots Landing Homeowners’ Association
Plaintiff says that on or about Dec. 13, 2009, he was walking in his yard when he fell into a sinkhole that developed above a concrete storm sewer pipe. Defendant Cantrell placed the storm drainage system in the subdivision. Plaintiff seeks $1 million in compensatory damages for injuries suffered.
Law firm: Stark, Dunkum & Stark
Filed: 6/4/2012. CL12002546

Lemoyne Williams v. Euro Enterprises Inc. d/b/a Club Aurora; Marion Jamaine Stitt; and Patrick Travey Chaplin
Plaintiff is a 26-year-old male, a former basketball player at Virginia Union University. Plaintiff states that on or about June 4, 2010, during the evening until about 2:45 a.m., he was in the club at 401 E. Grace St., which controlled the curtilage outside. Plaintiff says defendants allowed a group of individuals, including Ryan Robinson, who later shot the plaintiff multiple times, to remain in the upstairs bar area after closing time and be served alcoholic beverages. Defendants Stitt and Chaplin were in charge of security for Euro Enterprises. Plaintiff says because of negligence and carelessness by the defendants, he was shot three times while standing on the sidewalk and curtilage of Club Aurora. Plaintiff, who was paralyzed, seeks judgment in principal sum of $20 million.
Law firm: Emroch & Kilduff
Filed: 6/4/2012. CL12002547

Neal Netherwood v. The Bank Bar LLC t/a The Bank Restaurant
Plaintiff says that on July 17, 2010, he was in The Bank when he was pushed by another patron and fell to the wet floor. When plaintiff fell, he says he cut his right index finger on broken glass on the floor. Plaintiff says defendant failed to keep property in a safe condition, and failed to warn of a wet floor. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal amount of $50,000.
Law firm: ParisBlank
Filed: 6/5/2012. CL12002551

Bank of Hampton Roads t/a Gateway Bank, successor in interest by merger to Gateway Bank & Trust Co., a North Carolina banking corporation; and Bank of Richmond v. David Gammino, individually and as managing member of Gammino Realty and Development LLC d/b/a City & Guilds; and Gammino Realty and Development LLC d/b/a City & Guilds
Plaintiff says from time to time, Gammino R&D was owned in part by Justin M. French, a Richmond real estate developer. [French is now serving 16 years in federal prison for a tax credit scam.] Plaintiff says French and his companies regularly engaged Gammino R&D to provide general contractor services for construction of various projects. French and/or his companies engaged a local architect, Todd D. Dykshorn, and his company, Architecture Design Office, to create plans for the redesign of properties owned by French. In 2007, Summit Ave. Development LLC and 3031 Norfolk St. were limited liability companies owned in varying proportions by Markel Corp., French and other companies controlled by French. Plaintiff claims that Gammino, City & Guilds, and French signed off on certified claims for millions of dollars in cash construction draws for work that hadn’t been done. Plaintiff alleges willful, malicious and wrongful actions of French, French Consulting, Summit, Norfolk, Gammino, Gammino R&D, Dykshorn and/or ADO, and says it has been forced to defend itself in multiple lawsuits brought by participating banks for losses they incurred as a result of the defaults of Summit and Norfolk loans. Plaintiff alleges fraud, constructive fraud, conspiracy to injure business, and seeks compensatory damages in principal sum of $13,712,500.
Law firm: Pender & Coward
Filed: 6/5/2012. CL12002555

Mayer Electric Supply Company Inc. v. Hartford Fire Insurance Co.; MGT Construction Management Inc.; Burton Electrical and Communications LLC; Franklin Street Development LLC; 5 West Marshall Street LLC; and City of Richmond
Plaintiff supplies materials to contractors, and says it furnished goods for properties located at 1816 a/k/a 1818 E. Franklin St. and 5 W. Marshall St., and it is owed a principal balance of $48,338.22.
Law firm: Eugene W. Shannon
Filed: 6/5/2012. CL12002556

Shirley Davis v. Rite Aid Corp.
Plaintiff alleges that defendant and/or its employee(s) negligently and/or recklessly dispensed a harmful and potentially deadly prescription of amoxicillin, a form of penicillin, to her that had been prescribed to a Shirleen Davis. Plaintiff says her nephew picked up three prescriptions for her on or about June 8, 2010. Plaintiff says she began taking what she thought was diclofenac, an arthritis drug medication, on June 9, and by the next day began experiencing adverse symptoms. Her symptoms worsened, she says, and she presented at St. Francis Hospital on June 14, where she was diagnosed with penicillin poisoning. Plaintiff says defendant knew she was allergic to penicillin, and seeks judgment in principal sum of $100,000.
Law firm: John D. Leslie
Filed: 6/5/2012. CL12002558

Spotts Fain PC v. AIC of Manassas Inc.
Plaintiff says it was retained by defendant on or about Oct. 5, 2010, to provide legal services. Plaintiff says it is owed $76,567.92 for those services.
Law firm: Spotts Fain
Filed: 6/6/2012. CL21002563

Uriel Trucking Inc. v. Hawkeye Manufacturing Inc.
Plaintiff says defendant contracted with it to deliver its products to various locations throughout the U.S. Plaintiff says between Oct. 5 and Dec. 7, 2011, it made 31 deliveries for defendant, which has failed to pay for any of them. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $45,000.
Law firm: Goodman, Allen & Filetti
Filed: 6/6/2012. CL12002570

The Sherwin-Williams Co. d/b/a Duron Inc. and Duron Paints and Wallcovering v. Colonial Southern Inc. d/b/a Colonial Southern Construction Inc.; and Charles Cashion Jr.
Plaintiff says defendant is indebted to it for the sum of $27,228.06, for materials purchased and not paid for.
Law firm: Solodar and Solodar
Filed: 6/7/2012. CL12002578

U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Virginia

J. Alexander Jones v. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.; Richmond Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.; Alpha Gamma Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.; and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. members: Derrick D. Robinson, Nakita Jones, Benjamin E. Sellers III, Shawn Jones and John Doe
Plaintiff says he experienced trauma caused by harsh hazing activities while enrolled in Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.’s pre-membership program as an undergraduate college student at Virginia Union University. Plaintiff states that on or about the Fall 2006 semester until Spring 2008, he was brutally hazed by fraternity, alumni, AG and members. He says he made numerous complaints to VUU’s office of Greek Life for hazing, assault, battery, and sexual assault committed by fraternity, alumni and AG members, and also made complaints to VUU’s police department and the Richmond police department, among others. Plaintiff further alleges that he was retaliated against for making these complaints. Plaintiff seeks judgment for actual damages in the sum of $25 million, punitive damages, statutory damages, and all incidental and consequential costs incurred from defendants’ conduct.
Filed: 5/31/2012. 3:2012cv00398 [/private]


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Henrico

SunTrust Mortgage Inc. v. Home Mortgage Network LLC
Plaintiff alleges breach of contract and seeks judgment of $113,795.14.
Law firm: Wolfe & Wyman
Filed: 5/31/2012. CL12001575

Schindler Elevator v. VT Services Inc.; Virginia State University; The Visitors of Virginia State University a/k/a The Board of Visitors of Virginia State University; and David A. Von Moll, Virginia comptroller
Plaintiff alleges that defendants did not pay for all the goods/services provided by plaintiff, and seeks judgment in principal amount of up to $29,618.09.
Law firm: Spotts Fain
Filed: 5/31/2012. CL12001584 [private]

HHHunt Corp. v. County of Henrico
Plaintiff owns property consisting of 49.911 acres at the northern terminus of Axe Handle Lane. The property is currently zoned for single-family residential use and approved for subdivision of 34 residential lots known as Westin. In October 2011, plaintiff filed application to re-subdivide the property into 40 residential lots, said to meet all applicable requirements under the Virginia Code and Henrico County’s zoning and subdivision ordinances. The planning commission denied the application. Plaintiff prays that the court will reverse the denial by the commission, order that plaintiff’s subdivision application be approved, and grant other relief.
Law firm: Hirschler Fleischer
Filed: 6/1/2012. CL12001585

State Farm Fire and Casualty, as subrogee of Kenneth Jackson v. Interline Brands Inc.
On or about June 17, 2010, a plastic coupling nut portion of a toilet supply line manufactured and marketed by defendant cracked, plaintiff says, causing water overflow in Jackson’s home. Plaintiff seeks damages of $35,269.48.
Law firm: Brenner, Evans & Millman
Filed: 6/1/2012. CL12001597

State Farm Fire and Casualty, as subrogee of Charles Hopkins v. Electrolux Home Products
Plaintiff says a dishwasher manufactured by defendant malfunctioned and caused water damage of $77,309.56 on or about Feb. 13, 2010, and seeks that amount.
Law firm: Brenner, Evans & Millman
Filed: 6/1/2012. CL12001604

Bradley P. Marrs v. Meyergoergen PC f/k/a Meyer, Goergen & Marrs
Plaintiff was a founding shareholder of the defendant until March 18, 2012, and also was an employee from Oct. 1, 1991, through March 18, 2012. Plaintiff says he resigned as an employee, officer and director on March 19, and in keeping with an agreement, delivered the certificates for his shares of stock in the defendant to the defendant. Plaintiff says defendant is contractually obligated to purchase his shares. On May 3, 2012, defendant notified plaintiff, plaintiff asserts, that it was deliberately withholding payment. Plaintiff says a representative has since stated that defendant is unable to pay. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $45,000.
Law firm: The Marrs Law Firm
Filed: 5/31/2012. CL12001610

Bradley P. Marrs v. Meyergoergen PC f/k/a Meyer, Goergen & Marrs
Plaintiff moves for declaratory judgment against defendant. Plaintiff was a founding shareholder of defendant, and remained a shareholder until March 18, 2012. He also was an employee of the defendant continuously from Oct. 1, 1991, through March 18, 2012. Plaintiff states that from time to time, various shareholders of defendant entered into written contracts designed to govern their relationships with each other and with the defendant, and that certain provisions run afoul of the mandates of the Rules of Professional Conduct. Plaintiff says he resigned in response to a concerted effort by the defendant and its other shareholders to oppress his minority interest in the defendant corporation, through a course of dealing over a period of years. Plaintiff says defendant continuously and repeatedly subjected him to onerous financial terms not imposed on any other shareholder attorney, through a series of votes by the defendant’s other shareholders and directors in which they simply outnumbered plaintiff. Since his resignation, plaintiff says he has been told by a representative that the defendant continues to seek to maintain rules that deter attorney mobility, largely by reducing stock payouts and by asserting various claims against the departing shareholder attorney. In addition, plaintiff says a lien provision seeks to go beyond certain common law attorney’s lien rights. Plaintiff prays the court will grant him a declaratory judgment to the effect that the defendant has no lien rights against cases handled by the plaintiff for the clients affected by certain defendant allegations, or in the alternative, that the defendant is not entitled to claim liens at the 40 percent rate but rather must establish any entitlement (net of setoffs) on a case-by-case basis; that the court will order the defendant to disgorge and to pay to the plaintiff any sums received pursuant to its lien claims to date, with interest; that the court will bar the defendant from pursuing any further lien claims against plaintiff or his clients; and grant other relief.
Law firm: The Marrs Law Firm
Filed: 5/31/2012. CL12001611

Mechanicsville Concrete LLC v. Evans Construction Inc.; Northstar Excavating Inc.; and Fidelity and Deposit Co. of Maryland
Evans, as prime contractor, entered into a public construction contract with the County of Henrico to furnish all the labor and materials to complete the construction and/or renovation of Henrico County Firestation #8. From March 2011 through July 2011, defendant Northstar ordered concrete from plaintiff. Plaintiff says it has not been paid, and seeks judgment in principal sum of $22,918.40.
Law firm: Williams Mullen
Filed: 6/7/2012. CL12001628

Chesterfield

Harrison & Bates Inc. v. Manakin Holdings LLC
This is a garnishment of $23,665.72 involving the sale or lease of commercial real estate.
Law firm: DurretteCrump
Filed: 6/1/2012. CL12001657

Sterling Commercial Credit LLC v. Pro Nurses Inc.
This is a garnishment of $68,025.50.
Law firm: Hairfield Morton Watson Adams Sommers
Filed: 6/1/2012. CL12001660

Indevco LLC v. Temple Options LLC; Clifford York; and Lewis Page Johnson
Plaintiff petitions for judicial dissolution of Temple Options, formed in November 2010 for the purpose of manufacturing, distributing and selling eyewear products through catalog, internet and retail channels. Indevco, York and Johnson each owned one-third of Temple Options. Plaintiff says it advanced cash to Temple Options to be repaid from company operating proceeds, while the other two partners were to manage day-to-day operations, marketing and selling. Plaintiff says defendants York and Johnson allowed business to languish and have ignored it since October 2011; that product manufactured for the company languished in inventory; and that creditors were not paid. Plaintiff seeks injunctive relief and requests that the court order that defendants cooperate to dissolve Temple Options, that defendants York and Johnson be enjoined from preventing plaintiff from accessing Temple Options’ property and records, appointing Indevco to oversee the liquidation of the assets of Temple Options, and other relief.
Law firm: Hirschler Fleischer
Filed: 6/8/2012. CL12001756

Richmond

Glendaylynn Glover v. Ana L. Valencia Vasquez; and James River Bus Lines
Plaintiff says on or about Oct. 16, 2010, she was a passenger in a tour bus in Bedford County and that defendant Vasquez was driving the tour bus behind her in a careless and reckless manner and collided with the bus in which plaintiff was a passenger. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $500,000 for injuries suffered.
Law firm: Parcell & Webb
Filed: 6/4/2012. CL12002541

Gregg Davis v. William T. Cantrell Inc.; Patriots Landing Management Corp.; and Patriots Landing Homeowners’ Association
Plaintiff says that on or about Dec. 13, 2009, he was walking in his yard when he fell into a sinkhole that developed above a concrete storm sewer pipe. Defendant Cantrell placed the storm drainage system in the subdivision. Plaintiff seeks $1 million in compensatory damages for injuries suffered.
Law firm: Stark, Dunkum & Stark
Filed: 6/4/2012. CL12002546

Lemoyne Williams v. Euro Enterprises Inc. d/b/a Club Aurora; Marion Jamaine Stitt; and Patrick Travey Chaplin
Plaintiff is a 26-year-old male, a former basketball player at Virginia Union University. Plaintiff states that on or about June 4, 2010, during the evening until about 2:45 a.m., he was in the club at 401 E. Grace St., which controlled the curtilage outside. Plaintiff says defendants allowed a group of individuals, including Ryan Robinson, who later shot the plaintiff multiple times, to remain in the upstairs bar area after closing time and be served alcoholic beverages. Defendants Stitt and Chaplin were in charge of security for Euro Enterprises. Plaintiff says because of negligence and carelessness by the defendants, he was shot three times while standing on the sidewalk and curtilage of Club Aurora. Plaintiff, who was paralyzed, seeks judgment in principal sum of $20 million.
Law firm: Emroch & Kilduff
Filed: 6/4/2012. CL12002547

Neal Netherwood v. The Bank Bar LLC t/a The Bank Restaurant
Plaintiff says that on July 17, 2010, he was in The Bank when he was pushed by another patron and fell to the wet floor. When plaintiff fell, he says he cut his right index finger on broken glass on the floor. Plaintiff says defendant failed to keep property in a safe condition, and failed to warn of a wet floor. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal amount of $50,000.
Law firm: ParisBlank
Filed: 6/5/2012. CL12002551

Bank of Hampton Roads t/a Gateway Bank, successor in interest by merger to Gateway Bank & Trust Co., a North Carolina banking corporation; and Bank of Richmond v. David Gammino, individually and as managing member of Gammino Realty and Development LLC d/b/a City & Guilds; and Gammino Realty and Development LLC d/b/a City & Guilds
Plaintiff says from time to time, Gammino R&D was owned in part by Justin M. French, a Richmond real estate developer. [French is now serving 16 years in federal prison for a tax credit scam.] Plaintiff says French and his companies regularly engaged Gammino R&D to provide general contractor services for construction of various projects. French and/or his companies engaged a local architect, Todd D. Dykshorn, and his company, Architecture Design Office, to create plans for the redesign of properties owned by French. In 2007, Summit Ave. Development LLC and 3031 Norfolk St. were limited liability companies owned in varying proportions by Markel Corp., French and other companies controlled by French. Plaintiff claims that Gammino, City & Guilds, and French signed off on certified claims for millions of dollars in cash construction draws for work that hadn’t been done. Plaintiff alleges willful, malicious and wrongful actions of French, French Consulting, Summit, Norfolk, Gammino, Gammino R&D, Dykshorn and/or ADO, and says it has been forced to defend itself in multiple lawsuits brought by participating banks for losses they incurred as a result of the defaults of Summit and Norfolk loans. Plaintiff alleges fraud, constructive fraud, conspiracy to injure business, and seeks compensatory damages in principal sum of $13,712,500.
Law firm: Pender & Coward
Filed: 6/5/2012. CL12002555

Mayer Electric Supply Company Inc. v. Hartford Fire Insurance Co.; MGT Construction Management Inc.; Burton Electrical and Communications LLC; Franklin Street Development LLC; 5 West Marshall Street LLC; and City of Richmond
Plaintiff supplies materials to contractors, and says it furnished goods for properties located at 1816 a/k/a 1818 E. Franklin St. and 5 W. Marshall St., and it is owed a principal balance of $48,338.22.
Law firm: Eugene W. Shannon
Filed: 6/5/2012. CL12002556

Shirley Davis v. Rite Aid Corp.
Plaintiff alleges that defendant and/or its employee(s) negligently and/or recklessly dispensed a harmful and potentially deadly prescription of amoxicillin, a form of penicillin, to her that had been prescribed to a Shirleen Davis. Plaintiff says her nephew picked up three prescriptions for her on or about June 8, 2010. Plaintiff says she began taking what she thought was diclofenac, an arthritis drug medication, on June 9, and by the next day began experiencing adverse symptoms. Her symptoms worsened, she says, and she presented at St. Francis Hospital on June 14, where she was diagnosed with penicillin poisoning. Plaintiff says defendant knew she was allergic to penicillin, and seeks judgment in principal sum of $100,000.
Law firm: John D. Leslie
Filed: 6/5/2012. CL12002558

Spotts Fain PC v. AIC of Manassas Inc.
Plaintiff says it was retained by defendant on or about Oct. 5, 2010, to provide legal services. Plaintiff says it is owed $76,567.92 for those services.
Law firm: Spotts Fain
Filed: 6/6/2012. CL21002563

Uriel Trucking Inc. v. Hawkeye Manufacturing Inc.
Plaintiff says defendant contracted with it to deliver its products to various locations throughout the U.S. Plaintiff says between Oct. 5 and Dec. 7, 2011, it made 31 deliveries for defendant, which has failed to pay for any of them. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $45,000.
Law firm: Goodman, Allen & Filetti
Filed: 6/6/2012. CL12002570

The Sherwin-Williams Co. d/b/a Duron Inc. and Duron Paints and Wallcovering v. Colonial Southern Inc. d/b/a Colonial Southern Construction Inc.; and Charles Cashion Jr.
Plaintiff says defendant is indebted to it for the sum of $27,228.06, for materials purchased and not paid for.
Law firm: Solodar and Solodar
Filed: 6/7/2012. CL12002578

U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Virginia

J. Alexander Jones v. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.; Richmond Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.; Alpha Gamma Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.; and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. members: Derrick D. Robinson, Nakita Jones, Benjamin E. Sellers III, Shawn Jones and John Doe
Plaintiff says he experienced trauma caused by harsh hazing activities while enrolled in Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.’s pre-membership program as an undergraduate college student at Virginia Union University. Plaintiff states that on or about the Fall 2006 semester until Spring 2008, he was brutally hazed by fraternity, alumni, AG and members. He says he made numerous complaints to VUU’s office of Greek Life for hazing, assault, battery, and sexual assault committed by fraternity, alumni and AG members, and also made complaints to VUU’s police department and the Richmond police department, among others. Plaintiff further alleges that he was retaliated against for making these complaints. Plaintiff seeks judgment for actual damages in the sum of $25 million, punitive damages, statutory damages, and all incidental and consequential costs incurred from defendants’ conduct.
Filed: 5/31/2012. 3:2012cv00398 [/private]

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