The Docket: Local court roundup for 1.13.22

Chesterfield Circuit Court

BMO Harris Bank, N.A. v. L.E. Baker Enterprises, Inc. and Leslie Baker
Plaintiff says defendant is in default of three loan agreements with equipment as collateral, and after applying proceeds from the sale of collateral, owes not less than $130,627.97.
Attorneys: Amy Secter of Reed Smith
Filed: 1/5/2022

Colonial Funding Network, Inc. v. Allied Title and Trust, LLC d/b/a Allied Title and Trust; and Rosemary Lanfranco-Castillo
Plaintiff says the Florida business is in default of a future receivables factoring agreement and seeks judgment in the principal amount of $41,876.
Attorneys: Nhon H. Nguyen and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 1/5/2022

Colonial Funding Network, Inc. v. Tri-County Pain Care, P.C. d/b/a Tri-County Pain Care; and Jay Mergaman
Plaintiff says the Pennsylvania business is in default of a revenue based factoring agreement and seeks judgment in the principal amount of $47,929.
Attorneys: Nhon H. Nguyen, Timothy A. Hennigan and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 1/5/2022

Colonial Funding Network, Inc. as authorized sub-servicing agent for Strategic Funding Source, Inc. v. H&H Services Electrical Contractors, Inc. d/b/a H&H Services Electrical Contractors; and James Howard
Plaintiff says the Delaware business is in default of a loan agreement and seeks judgment in the principal amount of $34,586.
Attorneys: Nhon H. Nguyen, Timothy A. Hennigan and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 1/5/2022

Henrico Circuit Court

Delores Cadet v. King Properties, Inc. d/b/a Kings Grant Apartments and Kings Grant Associates, L.P.
Plaintiff says on Dec. 31, 2019, she tripped on a raised division between the asphalt and concrete in the dumpster area, falling and sustaining permanent injuries. Plaintiff asks judgment of $2 million.
Attorneys: Damon L. Pendleton and Christopher D. Adams of Christina Pendleton & Associates
Filed: 12/28/2021

Richmond Circuit Court

Ray Augusta Starks v. Commonwealth of Virginia t/a VCU Health t/a VCU Medical Center t/a VCU Massey Cancer Center; and Alfredo Urdaneta, M.D.
Plaintiff says his rectum was severely damaged by external beam radiation therapy, completed Jan. 6, 2020, during treatment for his prostate cancer, and seeks judgment of $500,000.
Attorneys: A. Blake Gayle of Zwerdling, Oppleman & Adams
Filed: 12/21/2021

Carly Hicks v. Saks Fifth Avenue, LLC; Cesare Gelsi; and David Lowry
Plaintiff says on/about Dec. 28, 2019, Gelsi and Lowry accused her of shoplifting and physically detained her by grabbing her arm and handcuffing her to a table, causing injury. Plaintiff seeks compensatory damages of $300,000, and punitive, $350,000.
Attorneys: David L. Epperly Jr. of Epperly & Follis
Filed: 12/22/2021

Cristol, LLC v. Jeffrey M. Summers and The Law Office of Jeffrey M. Summers, PLLC
Plaintiff says defendant failed to exercise reasonable care, skill, diligence and promptness in handling a legal malpractice claim and seeks judgment of $1 million.
Attorneys: D. Hayden Fisher of Fisher Law
Filed: 12/27/21

City of Richmond, Virginia v. TMJ Enterprises LLC d/b/a Loft 17; Shawn Minter; and Tamika Epps
Plaintiff says defendant failed to pay meals taxes for tax years 2016-2017 and seeks judgment of $20,234.91.
Attorneys: Gregory L. Haynes, John A. Rife, Jeffrey A. Scharf, Mark K. Ames and Paul L. LaBarr of Taxing Authority Consulting Services
Filed: 12/22/2021

Theresa Wilmoth v. Texas Roadhouse; Texas Roadhouse, LLC; Texas Roadhouse Holdings, LLC; Texas Roadhouse Management Corp.; Texas Roadhouse, Inc.; and John Doe Company
Plaintiff says the restaurant at 2602 Conduit Road, Colonial Heights, allowed a dangerous curb/gutter condition to exist, and on/about Jan. 16, 2020, she fell off the curb, causing injury for which she seeks judgment of $74,000.
Attorneys: Emmet D. Alexander, Michael R. Krol, Robert G. Maury and Alexander W. “Junior” Phillips of Alexander Law Group
Filed: 12/29/2021

Local Initiatives Support Corp. v. Water Tower Associates, LLC
Plaintiff says defendant owns three floors of offices in the building known as One Monument Avenue at 413 Stuart Circle, and that it had leased 2,770 square feet of space under former landlords, beginning in 2006 and relocating in the building in 2011. Plaintiff says defendant took over in February 2018, and in/about October 2020, a new executive director of LISC discovered the actual space assigned in the final lease was only 60 percent of what was originally leased. Plaintiff says defendant refused to provide any credit for the overpayment and plaintiff was unwilling to extend the lease in absence of fair credit, so notified defendant on Dec. 18, 2020, that it would not renew the lease and vacated the building. Plaintiff says it is due compensation for overpaid rent and the return of its security deposit and seeks judgment of no less than $51,311.62.
Attorneys: William G. Homiller and Sarah E. Siu of Troutman Pepper Hamilton Sanders
Filed: 12/30/2021

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