The Docket: Local court roundup for 1.5.23

Chesterfield Circuit Court

Grade A Cuts Tree Service v. Point2 Marketing Group, LLC
Plaintiff says from December 2017 through July 2022, it paid defendant monthly for marketing/search engine optimization and pay-per-click services, and defendant has failed to perform. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $49,505.
Attorneys: Reiner H. Smith
Filed: 12/27/2022
CL22004289

Level & Technology, LLC v. The Holladay Corporation; 5800 Harbour Lane, LLC; 5800 Operator, LLC d/b/a Auburn Hill; and Park Street Senior Living, LLC
Plaintiff says it performed work as a subcontractor on the Auburn Hill Senior Living project and is owed $183,080.28.
Attorneys: Jeffrey R. Adams and Nicholas W. Dudley of Wharton, Aldhizer & Weaver
Filed: 12/28/2022
CL22004306

Henrico Circuit Court

Tonia Hoskey v. Fahd Daedove and Dadoo Care Transport, LLC
Plaintiff, an executive secretary at the firm, says her hours were cut after she refused to give Daedove massages on Nov. 20 and Dec. 9, 2020, and he continued to harass her and create a hostile work environment, and on Jan. 13, 2021, she emailed him that she could not return because of the environment, and later that day, she noticed Mrs. Daedove’s minivan at the corner of her neighborhood street, which made her feel unsafe. Plaintiff alleges sexual harassment, retaliation and intentional infliction of emotional distress and seeks compensatory damages of $350,000, and punitive, $350,000.
Attorneys: Pamela Johnson Branch of PJB Law
Filed: 12/21/2022
CL22007955

Kapitus Servicing, Inc. v. Shamika Madison d/b/a Midtown Specialty RX
Plaintiff says the Houston business is in default of a future receivables factoring agreement and seeks judgment in the principal amount of $205,130.
Attorneys: Nhon H. Nguyen, Timothy A. Hennigan and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 12/22/2022
CL22007978

Kapitus Servicing, Inc. v. Club Conley Inc. d/b/a Conley’s Wine and Spirits; and Erik Conley
Plaintiff says the Georgia business is in default of a forward purchase agreement and seeks judgment in the principal amount of $147,655.
Attorneys: Nhon H. Nguyen and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 12/22/2022
CL22007984

Kapitus Servicing, Inc. v. Advance Home Care Solutions d/b/a Advance Home Care Solutions; and Jimmy Odusola
Plaintiff says the California business is in default of a forward purchase agreement and seeks judgment in the principal amount of $187,887.
Attorneys: Nhon H. Nguyen, Timothy A. Hennigan and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 12/22/2022
CL22007985

Tara Smith v. Victoria’s Secret Stores, LLC; 11 additional related entities; and John Doe
Plaintiff says prior to her visit on Jan. 26, 2021, to a store in Chesapeake, Doe had hung a large display sign from the ceiling, and the sign fell, striking her on the head. Plaintiff says she was diagnosed with a closed head injury, concussion and neck strain, and says she continues to have memory problems. Plaintiff asks damages of $900,000.
Attorneys: M. Scott Bucci of Cantor Grana Buckner Bucci
Filed: 12/27/2022
CL22008029

Kathryn B. Gorman and Richard F. Gorman III v. Kaurik Raj and Three Notch Townhouse Association, Inc.
Plaintiffs seek temporary and permanent injunctive relief, compensatory damages of $250,000 and punitive of $250,000, because of what plaintiffs call Raj’s retaliation against them in violation of federal and state Fair Housing Acts, in an ongoing dispute over a shared driveway.
Attorneys: Richard F. Gorman III
Filed: 12/27/2022
CL22008030

Khari K. Ryder v, PCEO, Inc. d/b/a PC Construction Company
Plaintiff says on Dec. 22, 2019, he was an operator trainee at the Wastewater Treatment Facility in Hopewell, and because defendant negligently constructed a walkway over a tank into which human waste entered, grating gave way and caused plaintiff to fall into the tank, sustaining injuries including a gash to the bone of his left calf, a head injury and injury to his lower back. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $450,000.
Attorneys: Henry W. McLaughlin
Filed: 12/29/2022
CL22008086

Richmond Circuit Court

Miller I & II, LLC; New Manchester Flats I, LLC; New Manchester Flats II, LLC; New Manchester Flats III, LLC; New Manchester Flats IV, LLC; New Manchester Flats IX, LLC; New Manchester Flats V-4, LLC; 601 Stockton, LLC; The Commons at Plant Zero, LLC; and 300 Block, LLC v. Dodson Property Management, LLC and Dennis K. “Duke” Dodson II
Plaintiffs say since 2016, they have employed Dodson Management to act as property manager for the properties, and that defendant has repeatedly breached the agreements, including failing to pay vendors and failing to collect rent payments, resulting in losses of hundreds of thousands of dollars to plaintiffs, and along with Mr. Dodson, fraudulently covered up the mismanagement. Plaintiffs further allege that after uncovering a portion of defendant’s misconduct, plaintiffs terminated their relationship, but Dodson Management continued to harm plaintiffs by failing to abide by the termination agreement and refusing to complete and turn over necessary financial information. Plaintiffs seek damages of no less than $2 million, punitive damages to be proven at trial, and imposition of a constructive trust on and an order requiring a full accounting of all actions taken during defendant’s tenure.
Attorneys: Vernon E. Inge Jr. and Patrick D. Houston of Whiteford, Taylor & Preston
Filed: 12/21/2022
CL22005628

City of Richmond, Virginia v. White Dog, Inc. d/b/a Lady N’Awlins Cajun Café; and Jacob A. Crocker, individually
Plaintiff says defendant is delinquent for meals tax for tax years 2017-2022, and for business license fees, and seeks judgment of $263,833.10, plus accrued interest of $67,418.92.
Attorneys John A. Rife, Jeffrey A. Scharf, Mark K. Ames, Andrew M. Neville, Gregory L. Haynes and Seth R. Konopasek of Taxing Authority Consulting Services
Filed: 12/27/22
CL22005640

City of Richmond, Virginia v. HJJE, LLC d/b/a FW Sullivan’s Fan Bar & Grille; and Jacob A. Crocker, individually
Plaintiff says defendant is delinquent for meals tax for tax years 2017-2020, and for business license fees, and seeks judgment of $172,311.02, plus accrued interest of $69,846.38.
Attorneys John A. Rife, Jeffrey A. Scharf, Mark K. Ames, Andrew M. Neville, Gregory L. Haynes and Seth R. Konopasek of Taxing Authority Consulting Services
Filed: 12/27/22
CL22005642

City of Richmond, Virginia v. Tipsy Crab Richmond LLC and Marcus Perry, individually
Plaintiff says defendant is delinquent for meals tax for tax years 2019-2022, and seeks judgment of $208,622.34, plus accrued interest of $34,114.66.
Attorneys John A. Rife, Jeffrey A. Scharf, Mark K. Ames, Andrew M. Neville, Gregory L. Haynes and Seth R. Konopasek of Taxing Authority Consulting Services
Filed: 12/27/22
CL22005651

Chesterfield Circuit Court

Grade A Cuts Tree Service v. Point2 Marketing Group, LLC
Plaintiff says from December 2017 through July 2022, it paid defendant monthly for marketing/search engine optimization and pay-per-click services, and defendant has failed to perform. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $49,505.
Attorneys: Reiner H. Smith
Filed: 12/27/2022
CL22004289

Level & Technology, LLC v. The Holladay Corporation; 5800 Harbour Lane, LLC; 5800 Operator, LLC d/b/a Auburn Hill; and Park Street Senior Living, LLC
Plaintiff says it performed work as a subcontractor on the Auburn Hill Senior Living project and is owed $183,080.28.
Attorneys: Jeffrey R. Adams and Nicholas W. Dudley of Wharton, Aldhizer & Weaver
Filed: 12/28/2022
CL22004306

Henrico Circuit Court

Tonia Hoskey v. Fahd Daedove and Dadoo Care Transport, LLC
Plaintiff, an executive secretary at the firm, says her hours were cut after she refused to give Daedove massages on Nov. 20 and Dec. 9, 2020, and he continued to harass her and create a hostile work environment, and on Jan. 13, 2021, she emailed him that she could not return because of the environment, and later that day, she noticed Mrs. Daedove’s minivan at the corner of her neighborhood street, which made her feel unsafe. Plaintiff alleges sexual harassment, retaliation and intentional infliction of emotional distress and seeks compensatory damages of $350,000, and punitive, $350,000.
Attorneys: Pamela Johnson Branch of PJB Law
Filed: 12/21/2022
CL22007955

Kapitus Servicing, Inc. v. Shamika Madison d/b/a Midtown Specialty RX
Plaintiff says the Houston business is in default of a future receivables factoring agreement and seeks judgment in the principal amount of $205,130.
Attorneys: Nhon H. Nguyen, Timothy A. Hennigan and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 12/22/2022
CL22007978

Kapitus Servicing, Inc. v. Club Conley Inc. d/b/a Conley’s Wine and Spirits; and Erik Conley
Plaintiff says the Georgia business is in default of a forward purchase agreement and seeks judgment in the principal amount of $147,655.
Attorneys: Nhon H. Nguyen and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 12/22/2022
CL22007984

Kapitus Servicing, Inc. v. Advance Home Care Solutions d/b/a Advance Home Care Solutions; and Jimmy Odusola
Plaintiff says the California business is in default of a forward purchase agreement and seeks judgment in the principal amount of $187,887.
Attorneys: Nhon H. Nguyen, Timothy A. Hennigan and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 12/22/2022
CL22007985

Tara Smith v. Victoria’s Secret Stores, LLC; 11 additional related entities; and John Doe
Plaintiff says prior to her visit on Jan. 26, 2021, to a store in Chesapeake, Doe had hung a large display sign from the ceiling, and the sign fell, striking her on the head. Plaintiff says she was diagnosed with a closed head injury, concussion and neck strain, and says she continues to have memory problems. Plaintiff asks damages of $900,000.
Attorneys: M. Scott Bucci of Cantor Grana Buckner Bucci
Filed: 12/27/2022
CL22008029

Kathryn B. Gorman and Richard F. Gorman III v. Kaurik Raj and Three Notch Townhouse Association, Inc.
Plaintiffs seek temporary and permanent injunctive relief, compensatory damages of $250,000 and punitive of $250,000, because of what plaintiffs call Raj’s retaliation against them in violation of federal and state Fair Housing Acts, in an ongoing dispute over a shared driveway.
Attorneys: Richard F. Gorman III
Filed: 12/27/2022
CL22008030

Khari K. Ryder v, PCEO, Inc. d/b/a PC Construction Company
Plaintiff says on Dec. 22, 2019, he was an operator trainee at the Wastewater Treatment Facility in Hopewell, and because defendant negligently constructed a walkway over a tank into which human waste entered, grating gave way and caused plaintiff to fall into the tank, sustaining injuries including a gash to the bone of his left calf, a head injury and injury to his lower back. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $450,000.
Attorneys: Henry W. McLaughlin
Filed: 12/29/2022
CL22008086

Richmond Circuit Court

Miller I & II, LLC; New Manchester Flats I, LLC; New Manchester Flats II, LLC; New Manchester Flats III, LLC; New Manchester Flats IV, LLC; New Manchester Flats IX, LLC; New Manchester Flats V-4, LLC; 601 Stockton, LLC; The Commons at Plant Zero, LLC; and 300 Block, LLC v. Dodson Property Management, LLC and Dennis K. “Duke” Dodson II
Plaintiffs say since 2016, they have employed Dodson Management to act as property manager for the properties, and that defendant has repeatedly breached the agreements, including failing to pay vendors and failing to collect rent payments, resulting in losses of hundreds of thousands of dollars to plaintiffs, and along with Mr. Dodson, fraudulently covered up the mismanagement. Plaintiffs further allege that after uncovering a portion of defendant’s misconduct, plaintiffs terminated their relationship, but Dodson Management continued to harm plaintiffs by failing to abide by the termination agreement and refusing to complete and turn over necessary financial information. Plaintiffs seek damages of no less than $2 million, punitive damages to be proven at trial, and imposition of a constructive trust on and an order requiring a full accounting of all actions taken during defendant’s tenure.
Attorneys: Vernon E. Inge Jr. and Patrick D. Houston of Whiteford, Taylor & Preston
Filed: 12/21/2022
CL22005628

City of Richmond, Virginia v. White Dog, Inc. d/b/a Lady N’Awlins Cajun Café; and Jacob A. Crocker, individually
Plaintiff says defendant is delinquent for meals tax for tax years 2017-2022, and for business license fees, and seeks judgment of $263,833.10, plus accrued interest of $67,418.92.
Attorneys John A. Rife, Jeffrey A. Scharf, Mark K. Ames, Andrew M. Neville, Gregory L. Haynes and Seth R. Konopasek of Taxing Authority Consulting Services
Filed: 12/27/22
CL22005640

City of Richmond, Virginia v. HJJE, LLC d/b/a FW Sullivan’s Fan Bar & Grille; and Jacob A. Crocker, individually
Plaintiff says defendant is delinquent for meals tax for tax years 2017-2020, and for business license fees, and seeks judgment of $172,311.02, plus accrued interest of $69,846.38.
Attorneys John A. Rife, Jeffrey A. Scharf, Mark K. Ames, Andrew M. Neville, Gregory L. Haynes and Seth R. Konopasek of Taxing Authority Consulting Services
Filed: 12/27/22
CL22005642

City of Richmond, Virginia v. Tipsy Crab Richmond LLC and Marcus Perry, individually
Plaintiff says defendant is delinquent for meals tax for tax years 2019-2022, and seeks judgment of $208,622.34, plus accrued interest of $34,114.66.
Attorneys John A. Rife, Jeffrey A. Scharf, Mark K. Ames, Andrew M. Neville, Gregory L. Haynes and Seth R. Konopasek of Taxing Authority Consulting Services
Filed: 12/27/22
CL22005651

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