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VRH, ARRON VS. STANISLAUS COUNTY JAIL

...Herr MD and Natalyn Bergman RN’s Motion for Summary Judgment –CONTINUED to March 12, 2020, at 8:30 a.m. in Department 22. CV-18-000302 – AMMAR, NEAL VS. HANTASH, BASIL M, MD – Plaintiff’s Motion to Lift Stay Entered in Civil Proceedings – CONTINUED to March 12, 2020, at 8:30 a.m. in Department 22.

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    Feb 14, 2020

VRH, AARON VS. STANISLAUS COUNTY JAIL

...to February 14, 2020, at 8:30 a.m. in Department 22. CV-18-000302 – AMMAR, NEAL VS. HANTASH, BASIL M, MD – Plaintiff’s Motion to Lift Stay Entered in Civil Proceedings – CONTINUED, on the Court’s own motion, to February 14, 2020, at 8:30 a.m. in Department 22. CV-19-001233 – PAINTER, JOHN VS. WESTERN TELESIS CORPORATION – Third Party Security National Insurance Company’s Motion for Leave to Intervene – G...

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    Feb 7, 2020

AASIR AZZARMI VS WENDY CHAU, ET AL.

...Prohibiting Plaintiff from Filing Any New Litigation The court considered the moving and reply papers. There is no opposition although the court considered the opposition filed in 19TRCV00603. RULING The motion is GRANTED. The court orders that plaintiff furnish a security in the amount of $50,000 within ten days. BACKGROUND On July 18, 2019, plaintiff Aasir Azzarmi (self-represented) filed a complaint aga...

...under Labor Code 98.6 and 1101, (3) retaliation – FEHA, (4) retaliation – public policy, (5) harassment, (6) failure to prevent discrimination and harassment, (7) wrongful demotion – FEHA, (8) wrongful demotion – public policy, (9) wrongful termination – FEHA, (10) wrongful termination – public policy (Tameny), (11) wrongful termination – public policy (religious discrimination), (12) IIED, (13) invasion of ...

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    Feb 4, 2020

AASIR AZZARMI VS DELTA AIR LINES, INC, ET AL.

...Litigant, Requiring Plaintiff to Post Security, and for Pre-Filing Order Prohibiting Plaintiff from Filing Any New Litigation The court considered the moving, opposition, and reply papers. RULING The motion is GRANTED. The court orders that plaintiff furnish a security in the amount of $50,000 within ten days. BACKGROUND On July 18, 2019, plaintiff Aasir Azzarmi (self-represented) filed a complaint aga...

...under Labor Code 98.6 and 1101, (3) retaliation – FEHA, (4) retaliation – public policy, (5) harassment, (6) failure to prevent discrimination and harassment, (7) wrongful demotion – FEHA, (8) wrongful demotion – public policy, (9) wrongful termination – FEHA, (10) wrongful termination – public policy (Tameny), (11) wrongful termination – public policy (religious discrimination), (12) IIED, (13) invasion of ...

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    Feb 4, 2020

EDWARDS VS VOLT MANAGEMENT CORPORATION

1. Plaintiff Edwards Motion to Lift Stay 2. Case Management Conference On 7/26/19, the court granted defendants’ motion to compel arbitration and stayed plaintiff’s PAGA claims pending the outcome of the arbitration. On 9/17/19,...

...On 9/17/19, plaintiff dismissed her individual claims, leaving only her PAGA claim which is not subject to arbitration. Because there is nothing to arbitrate, Plaintiff’s unopposed motion to lift the stay is granted.

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    Jan 24, 2020

DW BERRY FARMS VS NUTURIPE BERRY

...(e). The Court intends to rule as follows; To deny Plaintiff DW Berry Farm's motion to lift stay and vacate prior order compelling arbitration. Plaintiff's motion, at this time, is framed as an untimely motion for reconsideration under CCP §1008. To the extent it is not and this court has considered plaintiff's "impossibility" argument, the argument is not supported by evidence accompanying the moving paper...

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    Jan 21, 2020

LIGUORI VENTURES II LLC VS SUDHIR AGGARWAL

Plaintiff Liguori Ventures II, LLC's Motion to Seal Records Contained in Receiver's First Interim Report is denied. California Rules of Court, rule 2.550 authorizes the court to seal records only if it expressly finds: (1) an overriding intere...

...or will be withdrawn no later than January 17, 2020. (Cal. Rules of Court, rule 2.551(b)(6).) ____________________________________________________ No tentative ruling. on the renewed motion to lift stay. The court will hear from the parties as to whether the commencement of discovery will interfere with the sale of the assets.

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    Jan 9, 2020

LIGUORI VENTURES II LLC VS SUDHIR AGGARWAL

Plaintiff Liguori Ventures II, LLC's Motion to Seal Records Contained in Receiver's First Interim Report is denied. California Rules of Court, rule 2.550 authorizes the court to seal records only if it expressly finds: (1) an overriding intere...

...or will be withdrawn no later than January 17, 2020. (Cal. Rules of Court, rule 2.551(b)(6).) ____________________________________________________ No tentative ruling. on the renewed motion to lift stay. The court will hear from the parties as to whether the commencement of discovery will interfere with the sale of the assets.

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    Jan 9, 2020

PACIFIC LIGHTING SALES, INC. VS AMERON POLE PRODUCTS, LLC

...LLC’s (“Defendant”) Motion to Dismiss Action and to Lift Stay for Dismissal Purposes Only (“Motion”) is denied without prejudice. As a threshold matter, the court lifts the stay in order to hear this motion to dismiss. The Court is now presented with the issue of whether plaintiff Pacific Lighting Sales, Inc. (“Plaintiff”) cannot afford to pay its equal expenses of arbitration as ordered by this Court, o...

...status conferences with this Court. It was not until Defendant filed the present Motion that Plaintiff made the claim. The Court also notes that Plaintiff has since filed its own Motion to Lift Arbitration Stay and Set Trial, which is currently scheduled for 03/09/20. If Plaintiff was able to pay its half of the arbitration expense, but instead refused to do so in order to avoid arbitration, then a dismissal...

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    Jan 6, 2020

PACIFIC LIGHTING SALES, INC. VS AMERON POLE PRODUCTS, LLC

...LLC’s (“Defendant”) Motion to Dismiss Action and to Lift Stay for Dismissal Purposes Only (“Motion”) is denied without prejudice. As a threshold matter, the court lifts the stay in order to hear this motion to dismiss. The Court is now presented with the issue of whether plaintiff Pacific Lighting Sales, Inc. (“Plaintiff”) cannot afford to pay its equal expenses of arbitration as ordered by this Court, o...

...status conferences with this Court. It was not until Defendant filed the present Motion that Plaintiff made the claim. The Court also notes that Plaintiff has since filed its own Motion to Lift Arbitration Stay and Set Trial, which is currently scheduled for 03/09/20. If Plaintiff was able to pay its half of the arbitration expense, but instead refused to do so in order to avoid arbitration, then a dismissal...

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    Jan 6, 2020

SYLVIA VASQUEZ VS ANDRE BERGER, MD

...order RE: plaintiff’s motion to lift stay In its order of March 9, 2018, this Court granted an ex parte application by Defendants Andre Berger, M.D. and Rejuvalife Medical Associates (“Defendants”) to stay this action based on an order issued by the Superior Court of the District of Columbia on October 25, 2017. Plaintiff Sylvia Vasquez (“Plaintiff”) now moves the Court to lift the stay. The District o...

...Court of the District of Columbia then issued an injunction to stay all actions and proceedings against Fairway and its policyholders. Defendants were policyholders of Fairway and moved this Court to stay the present action based on the order of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia and the Insurance Code. Defendants demonstrated that Fairway is an out-of-state insurer and that the Insurance C...

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    Dec 13, 2019

SACRAMENTO MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT VS. DAVID KWAN

...Plaintiff Sacramento Municipal Utility District's ("SMUD") unopposed motion to lift the stay is GRANTED. This matter was stayed pursuant to an ex parte application filed by SMUD requesting the matter be stayed during a pending appeal. The appeal is now concluded and a remittitur has been issued. Accordingly, the stay should be lifted. Defendant David Kwan filed a response joining the motion and asking th...

...file a noticed motion accompanied by a meet and confer declaration. (Code Civ. Proc. §§ 2024.050(a) and 2024.060.) Thus, the matter of reopening discovery, raised in an opposition to a motion to lift stay, is not properly before the Court at this time. This case has been assigned to Department 47 for hearing. In the event that either party requests a hearing the matter will be heard at 9:30 a.m. in De...

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    Nov 18, 2019

REVERSE MORTGAGE SOLUTIONS INC VS KMC LANDSCAPING SERVICES

reverse mortgage solutions, inc., Plaintiff, v. KMC LANDSCAPING SERVICES INC. & MATTHEW JAY COHICK, Defendants. Case No.: BC695601 Hearing Date: November 15, 2019 [TENTATIVE] order RE: MOTION to lift stay BACKGROUND A. Complaint Plaintiff Reverse Mortgage Solutions, Inc. (“RMS”) commenced this action against Defendants KMC Landscaping Services Inc. (“KMC”) and Matthew Jay Cohick (“Cohick”) (collecti...

...a status conference regarding the bankruptcy. KMC’s counsel represented to the Court that the bankruptcy case was still pending. At the status conference, the Court clarified that the entire case was stayed as a result of the pending bankruptcy petition. ANALYSIS Plaintiff RMS moves to amend the Court’s August 20, 2019 order clarifying that the entire case, including claims raised in the Complaint an...

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    Nov 15, 2019

SYLVIA VASQUEZ VS ANDRE BERGER, MD

...2019 [TENTATIVE] order RE: plaintiff’s motion to lift stay On March 9, 2018, this Court (Lu, J.) granted an ex parte application by Defendants Andre Berger, M.D. and Rejuvalife Medical Associates (“Defendants”) to stay this action based on an order issued by the Superior Court of the District of Columbia on October 25, 2017. The Court ordered Defendants to file a status report on November 7, 2018, concerning the sta...

...interim, Plaintiff Sylvia Vasquez (“Plaintiff”) filed a motion for an order lifting the stay and noticed the motion for hearing on October 3, 2019. However, Plaintiff did not file proof of service of this motion on Defendants. Therefore, the Court continued the hearing to November 7, 2019, and ordered Plaintiff to serve the motion on Defendants. Plaintiff failed to do so. As Defendants have not opposed this m...

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    Nov 7, 2019

MARCUS MARQUEZ VS SHAMMAS INVESTMENT LLC

Superior Court of California Marcus marquez, Plaintiff, v. SHAMMAS INVESTMENT LLC et al., Defendants. Case No.: BC698500 Hearing Date: November 6, 2019 [TENTATIVE] order RE: MOTION TO LIFT STAY AND for leave to AMEND COMPLAINT Background This is a Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) action. On March 16, 2018, plaintiff Marcus Marquez (“plaintiff”) filed a complaint against defendants Sham...

...Leave to Amend Plaintiff’s Motion to Lift Stay of Litigation and Plaintiff’s Motion for Leave to Amend. The court continued the motion to this date and pursuant to CRC Rule 3.1324(c), deemed the instant motion a request to file an amended pleading. (Minute Order, 10/16/19.) The court continued the hearing to provide parties with the opportunity to address any procedural issues with the proposed First Amende...

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    Nov 6, 2019

GEORGE GEOFFREY LELAND VS. JAY BROWN, ET AL

NATURE OF PROCEEDINGS: MOTION — TO LIFT STAY [PLTF] GEORGE GEOFFREY LELAND RULING Plaintiffs unopposed motion to lift the stay in this case pursuant to plaintiffs dismissal of defendants Melanie Schulze-Miller and MJ SM, LLC from this action is GRANTED. Parties must comply with Marin County Superior Court Local Rules, Rule 1...

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    Nov 6, 2019

TEDDY CANNON, AN INDIVIDUAL VS. BELLUM ENTERTAINMENT LLC

TENTATIVE RULING Calendar: 12 Date: 11/1/19 Case No.: EC 067250 Case Name: Cannon, et al. v. Bellum Entertainment, LLC, et al. MOTION TO LIFT STAY Moving Party: Plaintiff Teddy Cannon and Christopher Pownall Responding Party: Defendants Bellum Entertainment, LLC, Mary Carol McDonnell and Karen Garber (No Opposition) RELIEF REQUESTED: Lift st...

...A]. On March 1, 2019, the court heard a previous motion by plaintiffs to lift the stay, plaintiffs arguing that defendants had not responded to communications from the AAA concerning the arbitration. The motion was denied without prejudice, as the court was concerned that it was not at that point clear that defendants were in fact refusing to pay the costs of arbitration as agreed or had engaged in conduct r...

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    Nov 1, 2019

VEHANOOSH GRIGORIAN VS. ALEX MEGEREDCHIAN ET AL

...al. MOTION TO LIFT STAY Moving Party: Defendants Alex Megeredchian, Megeredchian Law, Law Offices of Alex Mederedchian Responding Party: Plaintiff Vehanoosh Grigorian RELIEF REQUESTED: Order lifting stay of this action RULING: Motion to Lift Stay is DENIED. SUMMARY OF FACTS: Plaintiff Vehanoosh Grigorian brings this legal malpractice action against her former attorneys, defendants Alex Megeredchia...

...which is apparently pending in Van Nuys. ANALYSIS: Defendants bring this motion to lift the stay in this matter, based on the language of the Stipulation and Order Staying Action, which states: “The stay may be removed at any time upon a showing of good cause including, by way of example: to obtain injunctive and/or other extraordinary relief; to take the deposition of a witness who is terminally ill ...

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    Oct 25, 2019

MARCUS MARQUEZ VS SHAMMAS INVESTMENT LLC

...marquez, on behalf of all other similarly aggrieved employees, Plaintiffs, v. shammas investment llc Defendant. Case No.: BC698500 Hearing Date: October 16, 2019 [TENTATIVE] order RE: motion to lift stay and File First Amended COmplaint Background This is a representative action seeking recovery of civil penalties under the Private Attorney General Act (“PAGA”) and California Labor Code §§ 2698, et ...

...expenses, (7) violations of labor code § 2751. On August 13, 2018, the Hon. Holly Kendig, Department 42, granted a petition to compel arbitration as to Plaintiff’s first two causes of action, and ordered a stay pending the outcome of arbitration as to Plaintiff’s other claims. (Min. Order, 8/13/18.) On September 9, 2019, Plaintiff filed the instant motion to lift stay and for leave to file a first amended co...

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    Oct 16, 2019

MONICA MEDA VS AUTOZONE INC ET AL

MONICA MEDA, Plaintiff, v. AUTOZONE, INC., et. al., Defendants. Case No.: BC683600 Hearing Date: October 7, 2019 [TENTATIVE] order RE: MOTION to lift stay on paga enforcement action BACKGROUND Plaintiff Monica Meda (“Plaintiff”), on behalf of herself and others similarly situated, commenced this representative action against Defendants AutoZone, Inc. ...

...before it. [Citation.] Thus, a single overlapping issue is sufficient to require imposition of a stay.’ ” (Cardiff, supra, 166 Cal.App.4th at 1551.) CCP section 1281.4 “grants a trial court discretion to lift a stay prior to the completion of arbitration only under circumstances in which lifting the stay would not frustrate the arbitrator’s jurisdiction.” (MKJA, Inc. v. 123 Fit Franchising, LLC (2011) 191 ...

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    Oct 7, 2019

PACIFIC BANCORP INC VS JOSEPH AMIN ET AL

MONICA MEDA, Plaintiff, v. AUTOZONE, INC., et. al., Defendants. Case No.: BC683600 Hearing Date: October 7, 2019 [TENTATIVE] order RE: MOTION to lift stay on paga enforcement action BACKGROUND Plaintiff Monica Meda (“Plaintiff”), on behalf of herself and others similarly situated, commenced this representative action against Defendants AutoZone, Inc. ...

...before it. [Citation.] Thus, a single overlapping issue is sufficient to require imposition of a stay.’ ” (Cardiff, supra, 166 Cal.App.4th at 1551.) CCP section 1281.4 “grants a trial court discretion to lift a stay prior to the completion of arbitration only under circumstances in which lifting the stay would not frustrate the arbitrator’s jurisdiction.” (MKJA, Inc. v. 123 Fit Franchising, LLC (2011) 191 ...

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    Oct 7, 2019

SYLVIA VASQUEZ VS ANDRE BERGER, MD

...2019 [TENTATIVE] order RE: plaintiff’s motion to lift stay On March 9, 2018, this Court (Lu, J.) granted an ex parte application by Defendants Andre Berger, M.D. and Rejuvalife Medical Associates (“Defendants”) to stay this action based on an order issued by the Superior Court of the District of Columbia on October 25, 2017. The Court ordered Defendants to file a status report on November 7, 2018, concerning the sta...

...interim, Plaintiff Sylvia Vasquez (“Plaintiff”) filed a motion for an order lifting the stay. Plaintiff has not filed a proof of service of this motion on Defendants. As Defendants have not opposed this motion, the Court cannot determine if Defendants received actual notice of this motion. Therefore, the Court cannot consider this motion. CONCLUSION AND ORDER Based upon the foregoing, this motion is conti...

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    Oct 3, 2019

PACIFIC HYDROTECH CORPORATION VS. JAMES RIVER INSURANCE COMPANY

Cross-Defendant Old Republic General Insurance Corporation’s (“Old Republic”) unopposed motion to lift stay is GRANTED. The stay is no longer necessary. On June 3, 2019, a notice of settlement was filed in the underlying action, Gonzalez v. Pacific Hydrotech Corporation. Due to this settlement, there is no risk of inconsistent ...

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    Oct 1, 2019

NICHOLS V. NORTHROP GRUMMAN SYSTEMS CORP., ET AL.

9 COUNTY OF SANTA CLARA 12 ERIC S. NICHOLS, on behalf of himself, all others similarly situated, and the general public, 13 TENTATIVE RULING RE: MOTION Plaintiff, TO VACATE STAY PENDING 14 ARBITRATION vs. 16 CORPORATION, a Delaware corporation; NORTHROP GRUMMAN CORPORATION, a 17 Delaware corporation; and DOES 1 through 50, inclusive, 23 I. INTRODUCTION 24 According to t...

...arbitration agreement. The parties 10 agreed the class claims should be dismissed, Plaintiff should pursue his claims in arbitration on 11 an individual basis, and Plaintiff’s claims in Nichols I should be stayed. The parties entered into 12 a stipulation and order in Nichols II to stay Nichols II during the pendency of the arbitration of 13 Nichols I. On May 8, 2019, Plaintiff dismissed Nichols I without pr...

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    Sep 20, 2019

SAN DIEGO TENANT UNION VS SAN DIEGO HOUSING COMMISSION

...[amendments to complaint prior to anti-SLAPP are generally prohibited].) Plaintiffs/Petitioners NAACP San Diego Branch, San Diego Tenant Union and Darlisa McDowell (hereinafter collectively "petitioners") Motion for Preliminary Injunction is DENIED. Petitioners fail to show the probability of prevailing on the merits of the action. Petitioners failed to demonstrate disparate impact as required on petitioners...

...(2012) 209 Cal.App.4th 182, 193-194.) Petitioners' Motion to Lift Anticipated Automatic Discovery Stay ("Motion to Lift Stay") is GRANTED, in part. Petitioners have established good cause to lift the stay on discovery which resulted from SDHC's anti-SLAPP motion filed on August 22, 2019. However, the court will only allow limited discovery which is relevant to the issues on the anti-SLAPP motion. (Wils...

  • Hearing

    Sep 12, 2019

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