The Docket: Local court roundup for Oct. 2, 2014

Richmond Circuit Court

Artisans & Vines LLC v. J.W. Sieg Wines LLC
Plaintiff says defendant purchased wine in order to reoffer it for sale to licensed wine retailers, and has a past-due balance of $46,663.44.
Law firm: Augustus C. Epps Jr. of Christian & Barton
Filed: 9/23/2014. CL14004126

Allied Building Products Corp. v. Bevins Roofing and Home Improvement LLC and Gary Bevins
Plaintiff says defendant purchased goods on credit and has an outstanding principal balance of $142,401.21.
Law firm: David H. Gouger
Filed: 9/23/2014. CL14004127

E.W. Powell, administrator for the estate of José Rodriguez v. Diehl Woodworking Machinery Inc. d/b/a Diehl Machines Inc.; and Wabash Holding Corp. f/k/a Diehl Machines Inc.
Plaintiff says defendant was processing wood through a ripsaw machine and was killed when a piece of wood was sheared from the board, kicked back from the ripsaw at a high velocity and struck him in the face, exiting through the rear of his head. Plaintiff alleges negligence because of the lack of an anti-kickback system and seeks compensatory damages of $10 million and punitive damages of $350,000.
Law firm: E. Wayne Powell of Powell Law Group
Filed: 9/23/2014. CL14004157 [private]

Brittany Lipscomb v. Busch Gardens FDH LLC; Busch Entertainment Corp.; and Seaworld Parks & Entertainment LLC
Plaintiff says defendant’s employees, on or about Oct. 5, 2012, chased patrons through the park with chainsaws and costumes in a reckless manner, which caused patrons to run into plaintiff from behind and knock her to the ground. Plaintiff says she sustained injuries and seeks judgment in principal sum of $100,000.
Law firm: Robert W. O’Neal of Cannella & O’Neal
Filed: 9/26/2014. CL14004188

Overbrook L.P. v. Kenneth W. Whitehurst and Advanced Office Systems Inc.
Plaintiff says it leased defendant premises at 1650-A and 1650-B Overbrook Road, that defendant is in arrears and had to be evicted. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $47,276.56.
Law firm: W.R. Baldwin III of Marchant, Thorsen, Honey, Baldwin & Meyer
Filed: 9/29/2014. CL14004197

Claudia E. Wall v. Dillard’s Inc. and IPC International Corporation Inc.
Plaintiff says as she entered the store premises at Stony Point she fell on a wet and slick floor, causing personal injuries. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $750,000.
Law firm: James Mick Kessel and Robert C.T. Reed of Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen
Filed: 9/29/2014. CL14004198

Carol A.O. Wolf v. The City of Richmond, Va.
Plaintiff moves the court to enjoin the release and production of information and documents pursuant to the Virginia Freedom of Information Act relating to the resignation of former city Chief Administrative Officer Byron Marshall, and for an award of costs and attorney’s fees incurred.
Law firm: Steven S. Biss
Filed: 9/29/2014. CL14004201

Henrico Circuit Court

Dorothy J. Schwade and Stephen Schwade v. Joseph F. Grove, P.C.
Plaintiffs say defendant represented them in a personal injury action against an apartment complex, and that defendant has not returned the unused portion of funds provided to him as an advance against expenses in the action, a case that became a nullity. Plaintiffs seek judgment in principal sum of $19,784.
Pro se
Filed: 9/23/2014. CL14002489

Ann Venne v. Red Coats Inc.; Direct Invest LLC; and Direct Invest-500 East Main 29 LLC
Plaintiff says she was working at 500 E. Main St., Norfolk, as an employee of building tenant BB&T, when defendant failed to warn that the floors around her area had been cleaned/waxed, and as a result, she fell. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $750,000.
Law firm: James C. Shannon and David C. Tait of Midkiff Muncie & Ross
Filed: 9/23/2014. CL14002490

Sandra Knopka v. R.C. Evans Management Group Inc.; Charter Landing LLC; Charter Realty LLC; and Ashcake Associates L.C.
Plaintiff says defendants failed to correct defective conditions on the steps and stairway in a common area at Charter Creek Apartments, Ashland, despite knowing that they were unsafe, and as a result, she fell. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $100,000.
Law firm: Robert W. O’Neal of Cannella & O’Neal
Filed: 9/26/2014. CL14002540

Chesterfield Circuit Court

Med Inc. v. Synaptic Advisory Partners LLC
Plaintiff is a home medical equipment company, with particular experience serving patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and muscular dystrophy, and says it was interested in improving its customer relationship management (CRM) functions, specifically, a cloud-based CRM package using Salesforce.com, the leading CRM platform. Plaintiff says defendant portrayed itself as a Salesforce.com-certified provider, so plaintiff contracted to provide services. Plaintiff says defendant has failed to develop the platform and seeks judgment in principal sum of not less than $57,318.75 and a declaration that plaintiff is not liable for additional amounts.
Law firm: Robert M. Tyler and John Erbach of Spotts Fain
Filed: 9/26/2014. CL14002990 [/private]

Richmond Circuit Court

Artisans & Vines LLC v. J.W. Sieg Wines LLC
Plaintiff says defendant purchased wine in order to reoffer it for sale to licensed wine retailers, and has a past-due balance of $46,663.44.
Law firm: Augustus C. Epps Jr. of Christian & Barton
Filed: 9/23/2014. CL14004126

Allied Building Products Corp. v. Bevins Roofing and Home Improvement LLC and Gary Bevins
Plaintiff says defendant purchased goods on credit and has an outstanding principal balance of $142,401.21.
Law firm: David H. Gouger
Filed: 9/23/2014. CL14004127

E.W. Powell, administrator for the estate of José Rodriguez v. Diehl Woodworking Machinery Inc. d/b/a Diehl Machines Inc.; and Wabash Holding Corp. f/k/a Diehl Machines Inc.
Plaintiff says defendant was processing wood through a ripsaw machine and was killed when a piece of wood was sheared from the board, kicked back from the ripsaw at a high velocity and struck him in the face, exiting through the rear of his head. Plaintiff alleges negligence because of the lack of an anti-kickback system and seeks compensatory damages of $10 million and punitive damages of $350,000.
Law firm: E. Wayne Powell of Powell Law Group
Filed: 9/23/2014. CL14004157 [private]

Brittany Lipscomb v. Busch Gardens FDH LLC; Busch Entertainment Corp.; and Seaworld Parks & Entertainment LLC
Plaintiff says defendant’s employees, on or about Oct. 5, 2012, chased patrons through the park with chainsaws and costumes in a reckless manner, which caused patrons to run into plaintiff from behind and knock her to the ground. Plaintiff says she sustained injuries and seeks judgment in principal sum of $100,000.
Law firm: Robert W. O’Neal of Cannella & O’Neal
Filed: 9/26/2014. CL14004188

Overbrook L.P. v. Kenneth W. Whitehurst and Advanced Office Systems Inc.
Plaintiff says it leased defendant premises at 1650-A and 1650-B Overbrook Road, that defendant is in arrears and had to be evicted. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $47,276.56.
Law firm: W.R. Baldwin III of Marchant, Thorsen, Honey, Baldwin & Meyer
Filed: 9/29/2014. CL14004197

Claudia E. Wall v. Dillard’s Inc. and IPC International Corporation Inc.
Plaintiff says as she entered the store premises at Stony Point she fell on a wet and slick floor, causing personal injuries. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $750,000.
Law firm: James Mick Kessel and Robert C.T. Reed of Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen
Filed: 9/29/2014. CL14004198

Carol A.O. Wolf v. The City of Richmond, Va.
Plaintiff moves the court to enjoin the release and production of information and documents pursuant to the Virginia Freedom of Information Act relating to the resignation of former city Chief Administrative Officer Byron Marshall, and for an award of costs and attorney’s fees incurred.
Law firm: Steven S. Biss
Filed: 9/29/2014. CL14004201

Henrico Circuit Court

Dorothy J. Schwade and Stephen Schwade v. Joseph F. Grove, P.C.
Plaintiffs say defendant represented them in a personal injury action against an apartment complex, and that defendant has not returned the unused portion of funds provided to him as an advance against expenses in the action, a case that became a nullity. Plaintiffs seek judgment in principal sum of $19,784.
Pro se
Filed: 9/23/2014. CL14002489

Ann Venne v. Red Coats Inc.; Direct Invest LLC; and Direct Invest-500 East Main 29 LLC
Plaintiff says she was working at 500 E. Main St., Norfolk, as an employee of building tenant BB&T, when defendant failed to warn that the floors around her area had been cleaned/waxed, and as a result, she fell. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $750,000.
Law firm: James C. Shannon and David C. Tait of Midkiff Muncie & Ross
Filed: 9/23/2014. CL14002490

Sandra Knopka v. R.C. Evans Management Group Inc.; Charter Landing LLC; Charter Realty LLC; and Ashcake Associates L.C.
Plaintiff says defendants failed to correct defective conditions on the steps and stairway in a common area at Charter Creek Apartments, Ashland, despite knowing that they were unsafe, and as a result, she fell. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $100,000.
Law firm: Robert W. O’Neal of Cannella & O’Neal
Filed: 9/26/2014. CL14002540

Chesterfield Circuit Court

Med Inc. v. Synaptic Advisory Partners LLC
Plaintiff is a home medical equipment company, with particular experience serving patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and muscular dystrophy, and says it was interested in improving its customer relationship management (CRM) functions, specifically, a cloud-based CRM package using Salesforce.com, the leading CRM platform. Plaintiff says defendant portrayed itself as a Salesforce.com-certified provider, so plaintiff contracted to provide services. Plaintiff says defendant has failed to develop the platform and seeks judgment in principal sum of not less than $57,318.75 and a declaration that plaintiff is not liable for additional amounts.
Law firm: Robert M. Tyler and John Erbach of Spotts Fain
Filed: 9/26/2014. CL14002990 [/private]

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