Chesterfield County Circuit Court
Benchmark Construction, L.C. v. Chesterfield Development Inc.; Keith L. Phillips, substitute trustee; Paragon Commercial Bank; Donald N. Goldrosen, trustee; Ellen F. Sharpe, trustee; Winchester Homes Inc.; Deborah K. Fourness, trustee; and Trad, LLC
Plaintiff says it agreed to construct road and drainage improvements for Chesterfield Development on a 134.222-acre parcel of land in Matoaca District and is owed $308,322.28. Plaintiff seeks judgment of that amount.
Law firm: Derrick E. Rosser
Filed: 4/19/2013. CL13001082
Citi Mortgage, Inc. v. JP Morgan Chase Bank, NA; John T. Poss; and Brandy Poss
Plaintiff says the Posses borrowed money in order to pay off a Chase credit line, and that despite payment in full to defendant, the Chase credit line was not closed and the lien of the Deed of Trust used to secure the credit line was not released. Plaintiff seeks an order directing the Chase Deed of Trust be released, that a lien priority be established for plaintiff and that the court award damages not to exceed $25,000.
Law firm: Frank F. Rennie IV of CowanGates
Filed: 4/19/2013. CL13001083[private]
Richmond Circuit Court
Direct Capital Corporation v. Commonwealth Internal Medicine & Geriatrics, Inc.; Virat V. Bakhshi/ and Haley Bakhshi a/k/a Hengly Bakshi
Plaintiff says defendant failed to make lease payments on equipment and seeks judgment in principal sum of $11,825.65.
Law firm: Adam M. Spence of The Law Offices of Spence & Buckler
Filed: 4/15/2013. CL13001843
Mary Bryant v. Payless Shoesource, Inc.
Plaintiff says while in the store on Sheila Lane she was struck in the head by a box of shoes negligently placed on the highest shelf, which caused her to fall and suffer injuries. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $100,000.
Law firm: Kenneth W. Paciocco
Filed: 4/15/2013. CL13001857
Winn Bus Lines v. Richmond Trolley Group, LLC
Plaintiff says defendant has been violating plaintiff’s common law trademark in the service name “Richmond Trolley” and asks that the court issue an order declaring plaintiff is the lawful owner of the “Richmond Trolley” service mark; that defendant’s use of the service mark is unlawful and that defendant be prevented from continuing to use the mark on any of its vehicles.
Law firm: S. Sadiq Gill and Brittany J. Berlauk of DurretteCrump
Filed: 4/17/2013. CL13001865
Henrico County Circuit Court
No cases of note.[/private]