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JOSE FLORES VS THE CALIFORNIA STATE BAR ASSOCIATION

; and (4) several of the causes of action fail as a matter of law.

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  • Type

    Personal Injury/ Tort

  • Sub Type

    Fraud

IN THE MATTER OF: STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA

Make electronic or hard copies of all electronic data and information retrieved in accordance with this Court’s order; c. Retain all client flies retrieved from the law practice and distribute those client files to the clients; d. Freeze the client trust account of Michael Anthony Rivera, Bank of America client trust account numbers xxxxxx1902 and xxxxxx6499, or any and all law-office-related bank accounts maintained by Michael Anthony Rivera; e.

  • Hearing

  • Type

    Other

  • Sub Type

    Intellectual Property

  • Judge

    Lori Ann Fournier or Olivia Rosales

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    Los Angeles County, CA

IN RE: STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA

Status Conference (To Address Scheduling And Other Matters) Per Order Filed 2/7/20) Matter on calendar for Wednesday, March 11, 2020, Line 12, Status Conference (To Address Scheduling And Other Matters) Per Order Filed 2/7/20) Hearing required. All counsel and Mr. Everett are ordered to attend. =(302/EPS) ...

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THE STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA VS JAMES HARVEY TIPLER, (SBN 80748)

As previously admonished in the August 12, 2019 Minute Order, Defendant is aware that California Rules of Court, rule 3.1113 subdivision (b) mandates that “[t]he memorandum must contain a statement of facts, a concise statement of the law, evidence and arguments relied on, and a discussion of the statutes, cases, and textbooks cited in support of the position advanced.” (Cal. Rules of Court Rule 3.1113, subd. (b).)

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IN THE MATTER OF ROBERT YOUSEFIAN

of a client if there is an unfinished client matter for which no other active member of the State Bar, with the consent of the client, has agreed to assume responsibility.”

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  • County

    Los Angeles County, CA

ANTHONY A PATEL VS SONYA BHATIA, ET AL.

fraud, (12) violation of civil rights, and (12) violation of California Business and Professions Code § 17200.

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ANTHONY A PATEL VS SONYA BHATIA, ET AL.

Similarly, Plaintiff alleges that “one or more Defendants intentionally interfered with the contract between Plaintiff and other individuals,” “particularly his client contracts with his law practice clients.” (FAC, ¶ 42.) Given the foregoing, the court finds the FAC’s allegations insufficient. The FAC does not allege the existence of any specific contract, or that Bhatia knew of the existence of any specific contract.

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THE STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA VS JAMES HARVEY TIPLER, (SBN 80748)

Rules of Court Rule 3.1113, subdivision (b) mandates that “[t]he memorandum must contain a statement of facts, a concise statement of the law, evidence and arguments relied on, and a discussion of the statutes, cases, and textbooks cited in support of the position advanced. (Cal. Rules of Court Rule 3.1113, subd. (b).) The court therefore continued the hearing to August 12, 2019 to allow Defendant to file and serve supplemental papers and supporting evidence to address these deficiencies.

  • Hearing

  • Judge

    James E. Blancarte or Serena R. Murillo

  • County

    Los Angeles County, CA

THE STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA VS JAMES HARVEY TIPLER, (SBN 80748)

Rules of Court Rule 3.1113, subdivision (b) mandates that “[t]he memorandum must contain a statement of facts, a concise statement of the law, evidence and arguments relied on, and a discussion of the statutes, cases, and textbooks cited in support of the position advanced. (Cal. Rules of Court Rule 3.1113, subd. (b).) The court therefore continued the hearing to August 12, 2019 to allow Defendant to file and serve supplemental papers and supporting evidence to address these deficiencies.

  • Hearing

  • Judge

    James E. Blancarte or Wendy Chang or Serena R. Murillo

  • County

    Los Angeles County, CA

THE STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA VS JAMES HARVEY TIPLER, (SBN 80748)

Rules of Court Rule 3.1113, subdivision (b): “The memorandum must contain a statement of facts, a concise statement of the law, evidence and arguments relied on, and a discussion of the statutes, cases, and textbooks cited in support of the position advanced. (Cal. Rules of Court Rule 3.1113, subd. (b).) Indeed, it is not even possible to determine the relevant legal basis for the requested relief from Plaintiff’s opposition papers, which only cites to Code of Civil Procedure section 116.730.

  • Hearing

  • Judge

    James E. Blancarte or Wendy Chang

  • County

    Los Angeles County, CA

JAMES C MAXEY VS. ATTY GEN KAMALA D HARRIS

Mandatory appearance of Attorney for Plaintiff or Plaintiff In Pro Per is required. Absent an Appearance for any matter on the Order to Show Cause Re: Dismissal could result in Dismissal without Prejudice

  • Hearing

  • Type

    Other

  • Sub Type

    Intellectual Property

THOMAS LAYTON VS THE STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA ET AL

Dunn’s claims that the State Bars’ Chief Trial Counsel and the incoming President of the State Bar were guilty of improprieties. For the guidance of counsel, the Court intends to give broad leeway in the introduction of evidence supportive or not supportive of this “background” claim in both actions. The renewal of this motion has given the Court in opportunity to review the prior proceedings and has therefore assisted the Court in understanding the issues which will be faced in each trial.

  • Hearing

  • Type

    Employment

  • Sub Type

    Wrongful Term

SONJA OEHLER VS THE STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA ET AL

Plaintiff Sonja Oehler (“Oehler”) served as Executive Assistant to Senator Joseph Dunn, former Executive Director of Defendant State Bar of California (“Defendant”). (TAC ¶ 2.) In July 2014, Oehler provided information concerning misconduct by the State Bar President and State Bar Chief Trial Counsel. (TAC ¶ 17.) The objects of the investigation to which Oehler contributed retaliated in a campaign that resulted in the removal of Joseph Dunn and of those close to him, including Oehler. (TAC ¶ 19.)

  • Hearing

  • Type

    Employment

  • Sub Type

    Wrongful Term

IN THE MATTER OF ROBERT YOUSEFIAN

a client if there is an unfinished client matter for which no other active member of the State Bar, with the consent of the client, has agreed to assume responsibility.”

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  • County

    Los Angeles County, CA

STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA VS VINCENT ENRIQUEZ

Petitioner State Bar of California’s petition for assumption of jurisdiction over the unauthorized law practice of Vincent Enriquez is GRANTED.

  • Hearing

  • Type

    Other

  • Sub Type

    Intellectual Property

IN THE MATTER OF ROBERT YOUSEFIAN

a client if there is an unfinished client matter for which no other active member of the State Bar, with the consent of the client, has agreed to assume responsibility.”

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IN THE MATTER OF ROBERT YOUSEFIAN

On January 11, 2018, the Court signed the Permanent Order Assuming Jurisdiction over the Abandoned Client Files of Robert Yousefian. The Court appointed Steven Moawad, Chief Trial Counsel of the State Bar, and designees, to, among other things place all files and records of Mr.

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THOMAS LAYTON VS THE STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA ET AL

The State Bar of California, et al. Case No.: BC615241 Motion: (1) Motion to Consolidate (2) Motion to Reopen Discovery Moving Party: Plaintiff Thomas Layton Responding Party: Defendants The State Bar of California and Carol Madeja Final Form of Tentative Ruling: The Motion to Consolidate is denied. The Motion to Reopen Discovery is denied.

  • Hearing

  • Type

    Employment

  • Sub Type

    Wrongful Term

IN RE: RANDY SODERSTROM

OSC re: Assumption of jurisdiction over unlawful law practice. No opposition. Application granted. Petitioner State Bar is ordered to submit a proposed order in conformance with is notice of ex parte application in relation to assuming the jurisdiction and control over the law practice of Randy Soderstrom dba Legal Insights, Inc.

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LOPEZ VS. THE STATE BAR OF CAL

The opposition does not establish that Plaintiff has a probability of prevailing on the merits of the claim. Attorneys' Fees Defendant's request for attorneys' fees in the amount of $5,969.95 is granted. Defendant shall submit a judgment within the next ten days.

  • Hearing

  • Type

    Other

  • Sub Type

    Intellectual Property

LOPEZ VS. THE STATE BAR OF CAL

The opposition does not establish that Plaintiff has a probability of prevailing on the merits of the claim. Attorneys' Fees Defendant's request for attorneys' fees in the amount of $5,969.95 is granted. Defendant shall submit a judgment within the next ten days.

  • Hearing

  • Type

    Other

  • Sub Type

    Intellectual Property

LOPEZ VS. THE STATE BAR OF CAL

The opposition does not establish that Plaintiff has a probability of prevailing on the merits of the claim. Attorneys' Fees Defendant's request for attorneys' fees in the amount of $5,969.95 is granted. Defendant shall submit a judgment within the next ten days.

  • Hearing

  • Type

    Other

  • Sub Type

    Intellectual Property

JAMES C MAXEY VS. ATTY GEN KAMALA D HARRIS

Mandatory appearance of Attorney for Plaintiff or Plaintiff In Pro Per is required. Absent an Appearance for any matter on the Order to Show Cause Re: Non-Compliance could result in Dismissal without Prejudice

  • Hearing

  • Type

    Other

  • Sub Type

    Intellectual Property

GRAYTON VS STATE OF CALIFORNIA

The demurrer to the complaint, filed by defendants The State Bar of California,[1] Lisa Cummins, Patrick Dixon, and Floyd Chapman is sustained without leave to amend. Preliminary Matters Defendants' request for judicial notice is granted. "A court may take judicial notice of the existence of each document in a court file, but can only take judicial notice of the truth of facts asserted in documents such as orders, findings of fact and conclusions of law, and judgments." Garcia v.

  • Hearing

  • Type

    Personal Injury/ Tort

  • Sub Type

    other

PHILIP B OBBARD VS. STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA ET AL

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