The Docket: Court Roundup for 6.28.12

Richmond

Daniel Fitzpatrick v. King William Wireless LLC
This is a garnishment of $51,197.05.
Law firm: The Nesbit Law Firm
Filed: 6/19/2012. CL12002757

Michelle Braddy v. City of Richmond
Plaintiff says she tripped and fell on or about Dec. 3, 2010, because of a defective sidewalk at or near 106 N. 7th St., and seeks judgment in principal sum of $850,000.
Law firm: Hundley & Johnson
Filed: 6/20/2012. CL12002767 [private]

William E. Thompson and Elizabeth C. Thompson v. Fidelity National Title Insurance Co.; Samuel I. White, P.C.; and Top Notch Title LLC
Plaintiffs say they entered into a contract to purchase 4509 W. Franklin St. for $173,250 on or about March 25, 2010. Plaintiffs retained the White Law Firm to represent them, and defendant White contracted services of Top Notch Title, an agent of Fidelity and White Law Firm, plaintiffs say. After their purchase, the Thompsons renovated the property for resale, and received a contract for $299,950 dated Nov. 5, 2010. The purchasers’ title search placed plaintiffs on notice of a defect occasioned by the existence of a sewer easement and active sewer line running under improvements to the property. Plaintiffs say the property is diminished in value by $150,000 because of the defect, and is now unmarketable. Plaintiffs charge breach of contract, and legal malpractice against the White Law Firm, and seek judgment in principal sum of $250,000.
Law firm: Cherry, Seymour & Baronian
Filed: 6/20/2012. CL12002775

United Leasing Corp. v. Diversity Enterprises LLC; Rudolph Ross; and Jamet P. Ross
Defendant is allegedly in default on leases for two dump trucks. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $50,012.61 and possession of the trucks, or in the alternative, an amount equal to fair market value.
Law firm: Kane, Papa
Filed: 6/21/2012. CL12002783

Maribeth Chyzik v. Grubb & Ellis Co.; and Grubb & Ellis Management Services Inc. d/b/a Newmark Grubb Knight Frank
Plaintiff says she fell off the side of a platform on the upper deck of a parking lot at 701 E. Water St., Charlottesville, in June 2010, and seeks $750,000 in damages.
Law firm: MGLaw
Filed: 6/21/2012. CL12002786

Ivy Brodie v. Big Lots Stores Inc.; and Big Lots Inc.
Plaintiff says she was in a store in Williamsburg on or about July 10, 2010, and defendant, through its employees and agents, improperly arranged, stocked and displayed a glass computer stand, which fell on plaintiff’s foot. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $100,000.
Law firm: Cannella & O’Neal
Filed: 6/22/2012. CL12002792

Butler Williams & Skilling P.C. v. G.C. Services Limited Partnership
Plaintiff says it is owed $43,987.53 for services rendered in defending defendant in a civil action case.
Law firm: Thompson McMullan
Filed: 6/22/2012. CL12002799

Chesterfield

Ferguson Enterprises Inc. v. Richmond Kickers Youth Soccer Club Inc.; Greater Richmond Aquatics Partnership; Powell Aquatics LLC; Michael Powell; Essex Bank; John M. Oakley III, trustee; Robert R. Benaicha, trustee; Union First Market Bank; Union Service Corp., trustee; and others
This is an action to enforce a mechanic’s lien recorded on May 30, 2012. On or about May 27, 2011, plaintiff and defendant Powell Aquatics entered into an agreement where Powell purchased materials and goods from plaintiff, plaintiff says. Materials were used in connection with construction of a competition and/or multi-use pool for Greater Richmond Aquatics’ facility on Ridgedale Parkway. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal amount of $63,353.18.
Law firm: Kaufman & Canoles
Filed: 6/19/2012. CL12001852

James E. Moyler III, sole director and trustee in liquidation of Lexington Group Inc., James E. Moyler III, sole director and trustee in liquidation of BICC Limited Partnership, James E. Moyler III, and Charlotte J. Moyler v. Wextrust Capital LLC; Wexwater LLC; Stillwater Capital Partners LLC; Richard Rudy; Amnon Cohen; Poole and Mahoney; Albert H. Poole; and Todd M. Lynn
BICC is owner and developer of the Brandermill Inn and Conference Center. Plaintiffs allege violation of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act, and say they were forced into bankruptcy and foreclosure, and ultimately the total loss of the inn, because of illegal acts by defendants. Plaintiffs seek judgment in principal sum of not less than $9 million.
Law firm: Charles J. McCall
Filed: 6/19/2012. CL12001854

Helena L. Arrington v. Laurel Health Care Co. t/a The Laurels of Bon Air
Plaintiff was admitted to The Laurels on June 24, 2010, she says, for rehabilitation relating to knee replacement surgery. She was placed not in the rehab section, but in the section for elderly and terminally ill patients, she says. Plaintiff says defendant failed to assist her and keep her ambulatory, failed to administer medication, failed to provide rehab equipment and failed to comply with her treatment plan, and as a result, she was diagnosed with multiple blood clots and spent six days in intensive care at Johnston Willis Hospital.
Law firm: Saunders, Patterson & Mack
Filed: 6/22/2012. CL12001881

Bobby Joe Averette v. Peter Daniel Inc. t/a Ultimate Cycle
Plaintiff says defendant serviced his recently purchased Kawasaki motorcycle, including replacing the front and rear tires and a front valve stem, which he picked up on or about Aug. 13, 2009. That same day, he says he was northbound on Route 288 in Goochland County when the front tire suddenly deflated and became inoperable, causing him to be thrown onto the highway. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $2.5 million.
Law firm: MGLaw
Filed: 6/22/2012. CL12001885

Joseph Cifelli v. Chick-Fil-A Inc.; and Todd Mercer
Plaintiff says he slipped and fell on the sidewalk at the restaurant in Midlothian and seeks judgment of $125,000.
Law firm: Tuck & Associates
Filed: 6/25/2012. CL12001912

Henrico

Michael L. Cook Inc. v. Workspaces LLC
Plaintiff says it and defendant had a contract to provide labor and equipment for installation of full height demountable office partitions for the NAVFAC in Arlington. Defendant terminated plaintiff in a fashion contrary to its contract, plaintiff says, and defendant has refused to pay $120,190.27. Plaintiff seeks judgment in that amount.
Law firm: The Law Office of Christopher G. Hill
Filed: 6/11/2012. CL12001712

SunTrust Mortgage Inc. v. Solomon Financial Mortgage
Plaintiff alleges breach of contract and seeks judgment of not less than $80,000.
Law firm: Spotts Fain
Filed: 6/14/2012. CL12001764

SunTrust Mortgage Inc. v. Southwest Funding L.P. f/k/a Texas Residential Mortgage LP
Plaintiff alleges breach of contract and seeks judgment of not less than $64,072.83.
Law firm: Spotts Fain
Filed: 6/19/2012. CL12001785

BMG Metals Inc. v. Metal Magic Architectural Design Inc. a/k/a Metal Magic; and Paul Bosserman
Plaintiff provided goods and materials to defendant, and says it has not been paid. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $40,058.28.
Law firm: Spotts Fain
Filed: 6/21/2012. CL12001823 [/private]

 

 

Richmond

Daniel Fitzpatrick v. King William Wireless LLC
This is a garnishment of $51,197.05.
Law firm: The Nesbit Law Firm
Filed: 6/19/2012. CL12002757

Michelle Braddy v. City of Richmond
Plaintiff says she tripped and fell on or about Dec. 3, 2010, because of a defective sidewalk at or near 106 N. 7th St., and seeks judgment in principal sum of $850,000.
Law firm: Hundley & Johnson
Filed: 6/20/2012. CL12002767 [private]

William E. Thompson and Elizabeth C. Thompson v. Fidelity National Title Insurance Co.; Samuel I. White, P.C.; and Top Notch Title LLC
Plaintiffs say they entered into a contract to purchase 4509 W. Franklin St. for $173,250 on or about March 25, 2010. Plaintiffs retained the White Law Firm to represent them, and defendant White contracted services of Top Notch Title, an agent of Fidelity and White Law Firm, plaintiffs say. After their purchase, the Thompsons renovated the property for resale, and received a contract for $299,950 dated Nov. 5, 2010. The purchasers’ title search placed plaintiffs on notice of a defect occasioned by the existence of a sewer easement and active sewer line running under improvements to the property. Plaintiffs say the property is diminished in value by $150,000 because of the defect, and is now unmarketable. Plaintiffs charge breach of contract, and legal malpractice against the White Law Firm, and seek judgment in principal sum of $250,000.
Law firm: Cherry, Seymour & Baronian
Filed: 6/20/2012. CL12002775

United Leasing Corp. v. Diversity Enterprises LLC; Rudolph Ross; and Jamet P. Ross
Defendant is allegedly in default on leases for two dump trucks. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $50,012.61 and possession of the trucks, or in the alternative, an amount equal to fair market value.
Law firm: Kane, Papa
Filed: 6/21/2012. CL12002783

Maribeth Chyzik v. Grubb & Ellis Co.; and Grubb & Ellis Management Services Inc. d/b/a Newmark Grubb Knight Frank
Plaintiff says she fell off the side of a platform on the upper deck of a parking lot at 701 E. Water St., Charlottesville, in June 2010, and seeks $750,000 in damages.
Law firm: MGLaw
Filed: 6/21/2012. CL12002786

Ivy Brodie v. Big Lots Stores Inc.; and Big Lots Inc.
Plaintiff says she was in a store in Williamsburg on or about July 10, 2010, and defendant, through its employees and agents, improperly arranged, stocked and displayed a glass computer stand, which fell on plaintiff’s foot. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $100,000.
Law firm: Cannella & O’Neal
Filed: 6/22/2012. CL12002792

Butler Williams & Skilling P.C. v. G.C. Services Limited Partnership
Plaintiff says it is owed $43,987.53 for services rendered in defending defendant in a civil action case.
Law firm: Thompson McMullan
Filed: 6/22/2012. CL12002799

Chesterfield

Ferguson Enterprises Inc. v. Richmond Kickers Youth Soccer Club Inc.; Greater Richmond Aquatics Partnership; Powell Aquatics LLC; Michael Powell; Essex Bank; John M. Oakley III, trustee; Robert R. Benaicha, trustee; Union First Market Bank; Union Service Corp., trustee; and others
This is an action to enforce a mechanic’s lien recorded on May 30, 2012. On or about May 27, 2011, plaintiff and defendant Powell Aquatics entered into an agreement where Powell purchased materials and goods from plaintiff, plaintiff says. Materials were used in connection with construction of a competition and/or multi-use pool for Greater Richmond Aquatics’ facility on Ridgedale Parkway. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal amount of $63,353.18.
Law firm: Kaufman & Canoles
Filed: 6/19/2012. CL12001852

James E. Moyler III, sole director and trustee in liquidation of Lexington Group Inc., James E. Moyler III, sole director and trustee in liquidation of BICC Limited Partnership, James E. Moyler III, and Charlotte J. Moyler v. Wextrust Capital LLC; Wexwater LLC; Stillwater Capital Partners LLC; Richard Rudy; Amnon Cohen; Poole and Mahoney; Albert H. Poole; and Todd M. Lynn
BICC is owner and developer of the Brandermill Inn and Conference Center. Plaintiffs allege violation of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act, and say they were forced into bankruptcy and foreclosure, and ultimately the total loss of the inn, because of illegal acts by defendants. Plaintiffs seek judgment in principal sum of not less than $9 million.
Law firm: Charles J. McCall
Filed: 6/19/2012. CL12001854

Helena L. Arrington v. Laurel Health Care Co. t/a The Laurels of Bon Air
Plaintiff was admitted to The Laurels on June 24, 2010, she says, for rehabilitation relating to knee replacement surgery. She was placed not in the rehab section, but in the section for elderly and terminally ill patients, she says. Plaintiff says defendant failed to assist her and keep her ambulatory, failed to administer medication, failed to provide rehab equipment and failed to comply with her treatment plan, and as a result, she was diagnosed with multiple blood clots and spent six days in intensive care at Johnston Willis Hospital.
Law firm: Saunders, Patterson & Mack
Filed: 6/22/2012. CL12001881

Bobby Joe Averette v. Peter Daniel Inc. t/a Ultimate Cycle
Plaintiff says defendant serviced his recently purchased Kawasaki motorcycle, including replacing the front and rear tires and a front valve stem, which he picked up on or about Aug. 13, 2009. That same day, he says he was northbound on Route 288 in Goochland County when the front tire suddenly deflated and became inoperable, causing him to be thrown onto the highway. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $2.5 million.
Law firm: MGLaw
Filed: 6/22/2012. CL12001885

Joseph Cifelli v. Chick-Fil-A Inc.; and Todd Mercer
Plaintiff says he slipped and fell on the sidewalk at the restaurant in Midlothian and seeks judgment of $125,000.
Law firm: Tuck & Associates
Filed: 6/25/2012. CL12001912

Henrico

Michael L. Cook Inc. v. Workspaces LLC
Plaintiff says it and defendant had a contract to provide labor and equipment for installation of full height demountable office partitions for the NAVFAC in Arlington. Defendant terminated plaintiff in a fashion contrary to its contract, plaintiff says, and defendant has refused to pay $120,190.27. Plaintiff seeks judgment in that amount.
Law firm: The Law Office of Christopher G. Hill
Filed: 6/11/2012. CL12001712

SunTrust Mortgage Inc. v. Solomon Financial Mortgage
Plaintiff alleges breach of contract and seeks judgment of not less than $80,000.
Law firm: Spotts Fain
Filed: 6/14/2012. CL12001764

SunTrust Mortgage Inc. v. Southwest Funding L.P. f/k/a Texas Residential Mortgage LP
Plaintiff alleges breach of contract and seeks judgment of not less than $64,072.83.
Law firm: Spotts Fain
Filed: 6/19/2012. CL12001785

BMG Metals Inc. v. Metal Magic Architectural Design Inc. a/k/a Metal Magic; and Paul Bosserman
Plaintiff provided goods and materials to defendant, and says it has not been paid. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $40,058.28.
Law firm: Spotts Fain
Filed: 6/21/2012. CL12001823 [/private]

 

 

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