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Riverside County, California

County Name

Riverside County

Population

2,470,546

Area (sq mi)

7,208

County Seat

Riverside

Established Year

1893

Board of Supervisors

District 1 – Kevin Jeffries
District 2 – Karen Spiegel
District 3 – Chuck Washington
District 4 – V. Manuel Perez
District 5 – Jeff Hewitt

Form of Government

General Law

Administration Address

Lake Elsinore Office 16275 Grand Ave. Building D Lake Elsinore, CA 92530

Phone Number

(951) 471-4500

Meaning of Name

The city of Riverside, named for its location on the Santa Ana River.

Rulings

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CONSERVATORSHIP OF LYDIA COHEN

The Court does not have a tentative decision. Instead, the parties shall appear, prepared to discuss the answers to the following questions: 1. Regarding the conservatorship: The Court’s understanding is that there is no conservatorship of the person of Lydian; that the only conservatorship that exists is a conservatorship of the estate of Lydia; a...

  • Hearing

    Feb 26, 2021

EDGAR VS FIRST TECH FEDERAL CREDIT UNION

GRANT the motion for summary judgment. Moving party has met its initial burden of proof. No triable issue exists as to any material fact. Plaintiff is entitled to judgment as a matter of law. Prevailing party to submit proposed judgment order within 10 days....

  • Hearing

    Feb 26, 2021

  • Judge

    Raquel A. Marquez

  • County

    Riverside County, CA

GRFCO INC VS CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL

Denied. The Request for Judicial Notice is denied. I. Standard A trial court may issue a writ of administrative mandate if an agency has (1) acted in excess of its jurisdiction, (2) deprived the petitioner of a fair hearing, or (3) committed a prejudicial abuse of discretion. (CCP § 1094.5(b).) “Abuse of discretion is established if the [agency] ha...

  • Hearing

    Feb 26, 2021

ELLIOTT VS CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS

For the reasons that follow, the court’s tentative ruling is to GRANT the motion to compel discovery and GRANT the motion for sanctions in an amount to be determined at the hearing. The rules that govern this discovery motion are as follows. If a party to whom interrogatories or document requests were directed fails to serve a timely response, ...

  • Hearing

    Feb 26, 2021

CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE VS FOOTHILL/EASTERN

Deny request for attorney fees. Award costs as noted. The Court is not entirely convinced the Environmental Parties have met the criteria for an award of attorney fees, Most notably the Court is not convinced that the defense mounted by the Environmental Parties was necessary and does not accept their assumption that F/ETCA would not have vigor...

  • Hearing

    Feb 26, 2021

DORMAN VS KHAN

Deny. The motion was not served and filed in conformity with Code of Civil Procedure section 1005, subdivision (b)....

  • Hearing

    Feb 26, 2021

SOLOMON VS CA DEPT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

The Motion for Stay of the Administrative Order of the Deputy Director of the Department of Social Service, Torene Schwab, dated October 8,2020, will be GRANTED as to Margarita Marca and Joseph Marca, and DENIED as to Barry Solomon. The court will Stay the Order as to Margarita Marca and Joseph Marca in the interests of justice, taking into account...

  • Hearing

    Feb 25, 2021

COLEMAN VS CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION AND REHAB

Sustained as to the first and second causes of action without leave to amend. Plaintiff fails to allege facts to demonstrate that the prior assault by Walston was conduct amounting to harassment under the FEHA. To establish a hostile environment, harassment must be pervasive as to alter the conditions of employment and create an abusive work enviro...

  • Hearing

    Feb 25, 2021

SMITH VS VINKOV

The Motion is DENIED as untimely. The court will not entertain oral argument. The instant motion is untimely. Pursuant to Order 2020-15, a motion for which a hearing was vacated will be deemed filed on the date the original moving papers were received by the court if the party resubmits the motion by reserving a new hearing date by July 31, 202...

  • Hearing

    Feb 25, 2021

LONG VS HEMET UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

CONTINUE the demurrer and motion to strike to April 14, 2021. Defendants are ordered to meet and confer with Plaintiff in person or by telephone for the purpose of determining whether an agreement can be reached that would resolve the objections raised in the demurrer. As part of the meet and confer process, Defendants shall identify the specific a...

  • Hearing

    Feb 25, 2021

  • Judge

    Raquel A. Marquez

  • County

    Riverside County, CA

CAPERS VS BDR INC

Granted. Plaintiff has not complied with multiple orders to respond to discovery. That repeated failure to respond is sufficient cause to grant the request for terminating sanctions. The failure to pay court ordered monetary discovery sanctions is not sufficient to justify terminating sanctions, as those monetary sanctions are recoverable in the ma...

  • Hearing

    Feb 25, 2021

CAPERS VS BDR INC

Granted. Plaintiff has not complied with multiple orders to respond to discovery. That repeated failure to respond is sufficient cause to grant the request for terminating sanctions. The failure to pay court ordered monetary discovery sanctions is not sufficient to justify terminating sanctions, as those monetary sanctions are recoverable in the ma...

  • Hearing

    Feb 25, 2021

UPHOUSE VS SILVERSCREEN HEALTHCARE, INC.

The court sustains the demurrer for the first cause of action with 30 days leave to amend. The court overrules the remainder of the demurrer. For the first cause of action, elder abuse or neglect, Plaintiff must allege that Asistencia denied or withheld goods or services necessary to meet the elder’s basic needs, “either with knowledge that injury ...

  • Hearing

    Feb 25, 2021

BARTLETT VS ALL AMERICAN ASPHALT

Defendant seeks an undertaking under C.C.P. § 1030. “When the plaintiff in an action or special proceeding resides out of the state, or is a foreign corporation, the defendant may at any time apply to the court by noticed motion for an order requiring the plaintiff to file an undertaking to secure an award of costs and attorney’s fees which may be ...

  • Hearing

    Feb 25, 2021

ROBERTS VS COACHELLA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT

Overrule with twenty (20) days leave to answer. The Court takes judicial notice of the existence of the documents requested by both parties but does not take notice of the truth of any statements contained within said documents. Even with judicial notice, the Court cannot conclude that plaintiff lacks standing or that the complaint fails to statue ...

  • Hearing

    Feb 25, 2021

RODRIGUEZ LOYO VS OREMOR OF RIVERSIDE RC LLC

Off calendar per moving party....

  • Hearing

    Feb 25, 2021

MARTINSON VS BANNING UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Moot as the parties have resolved issues on the demurrer. Defendant has conducted a meet and confer as required by CCP § 430.41. The Declaration of Joshua A. Kuns, page 2, lines 19 – 23 states that the parties agreed on the following: “a) Plaintiff will dismiss his wage and hour claims (Causes of Action 7, 8, and 9); b) Plaintiff will remove the re...

  • Hearing

    Feb 25, 2021

JONES VS UNITED SPECIALTY INSURANCE COMPANY

Motion granted with 30 days leave to amend....

  • Hearing

    Feb 25, 2021

TIJERINA VS DENIRO MARKETING LLC

Motion denied. Attorney Fees: When a statute authorizing attorney fees requires a finding of liability for an award, acceptance of a CCP §section 998 offer that is silent as to the apportionment of fees and liability preclude recovery of such fees. (See Doran v. North State Grocery, Inc. (2006) 137 Cal.App.4th 484, 491 (Doran).) In Doran the releva...

  • Hearing

    Feb 25, 2021

PUCIO VS COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE

This tentative as to the motion for trial preference is the same as from 2/9/21, however, as of the drafting of this tentative, Defendant Loya is still not at-issue (either with an appearance or a default.) The Court orders the parties to appear telephonically regarding this issue. Assuming Defendant Loya’s status is resolved, the tentative is as f...

  • Hearing

    Feb 25, 2021

CENTURY NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY VS STATE OF CALIFORNIA

Overruled. 20 days leave to answer. Plaintiff sufficiently alleges that Caltrans’ failure to provide adequate fire prevention measures was part of a deliberate plan as to the construction and maintenance of the freeway improvements. The SAC therefore states sufficient facts to constitute a cause of action for inverse condemnation. For the purposes ...

  • Hearing

    Feb 25, 2021

MILLER VS BJ'S RESTAURANTS, INC

The motion for an order compelling the plaintiff to respond to the defendant’s requests for production of documents is denied. The defendant’s request for sanctions is granted in the reduced sum of $100. Analysis: The motion is moot because responses to the discovery were served after the motion was filed. The sanctions to be imposed are in a great...

  • Hearing

    Feb 25, 2021

GARCIA VS MERCEDES- BENZ USA, LLC

The plaintiff’s motion is granted as to requests for admission No. 17 and 19. The defendant shall serve complete responses without objection within 15 days. The motion is otherwise denied. Analysis: The defendant largely denies the request on the ground that it lacks sufficient information or knowledge to make the requested admission. This is suffi...

  • Hearing

    Feb 24, 2021

DOE VS INLAND EYE SPECIALISTS ANTI-SLAAP MOTION (SPECIAL

Off calendar – Moot. The trial court loses jurisdiction to rule on the anti-SLAPP motion if the [Cross-complainant] voluntarily dismisses the action or causes of action at issue. The court only retains limited jurisdiction for ruling on attorney’s fees and costs. (Law Offices of Andrew L. Ellis v. Yang (2009) 178 Cal.App.4th 869, 878-879, 881.) Acc...

  • Hearing

    Feb 24, 2021

BUDGET ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORSINC VS ISI DETENTION CONTRACTING GROUP INC NOTICE OF MOTION AND MOTION TO INTERVENE AND TO STAY BY BUDGET ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, INC.

Grant as to motion to intervene, deny as to motion for stay. Moving Party, Eisenberg as Receiver for dismissed defendant ISI (appointed in a case involving CIBC Bank), seeks to intervene in this litigation and stay it based on the existence of an arbitration between ISI and Clark Construction, and various stay orders from the United States Dist...

  • Hearing

    Feb 24, 2021

SOLARMAX RENEWABLE ENERGY PROVIDER INC VS RAMIREZ

Denied. The basic facts that give rise to these Motions are not disputed. Plaintiff served Defendants with discovery (not at issue here) on 5/13/20. On 7/1/20, Defendants objected to the discovery claiming it was barred as Plaintiff did not comply with its obligations under CCP § 2019.210 regarding trade secrets. Defendants also represented in thei...

  • Hearing

    Feb 24, 2021

TOWNSEND VS GELLATTI ENTERPRISESES INC

The Motion is unopposed and is therefore deemed conceded by the opposing party. The one paragraph Complaint is woefully deficient to provide sufficient notice. The Motion is GRANTED and Leave to Amend of 10 days also Granted....

  • Hearing

    Feb 24, 2021

LITTLE VS COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE

On December 16, 2020, the Court continued this motion to today’s date. At that time, the motion was unopposed but it was reported that Plaintiff’s counsel suffered serious medical ailments that prevented him from opposing the motion and addressing the various OSCs that had been set. The parties stipulated to a continuance to today’s date. Plaintiff...

  • Hearing

    Feb 24, 2021

MILLER VS NEWPORT PACIFIC LAND COMPANY LLC NOTICE HEARING ON MOTION FOR DISMISSAL

Plaintiff filed this action on 9/4/2020 challenging the approval of the Legado Project in Menifee. Plaintiff failed to submit a Summons for issuance with the complaint. Plaintiff is representing herself and she is required to comply with the need to submit a summons for issuance by the court in order to compete service in this matter. As of today’s...

  • Hearing

    Feb 24, 2021

SANFORD VS HEMET UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

DENY the Code of Civil Procedure section 425.16 (anti-SLAPP) motion to strike—defendant fails to meet the first prong of the analysis. DECLINE to rule on District’s objections to plaintiff’s declaration—the evidence is not a basis for the court’s decision on the first prong....

  • Hearing

    Feb 24, 2021

  • Judge

    Raquel A. Marquez

  • County

    Riverside County, CA

FLORES VS GONZALEZ

The motion is denied. Plaintiffs’ request for sanctions is denied. Code of Civil Procedure CCP § 873.010(b)(6),(7) provides the court with authority to appoint, remove and/or appoint a new partition referee. The request to remove a referee must be supported by good cause. Defendant has not provided any evidence that the Referee has colluded...

  • Hearing

    Feb 24, 2021

VARELA VS TURNER

Hearing continued to March 2, 2021, 8:30 AM, Department 10. Defendant has not complied with 50 USC § 3932, subd. (b)(2). He has submitted no communication from his commanding officer stating that his current military duty prevents appearance and that military leave is not authorized for the Defendant at the time of the letter. In addition, Defendan...

  • Hearing

    Feb 24, 2021

BORDEN VS AMAZON.COM, INC

The court grants summary adjudication for the first, second, fifth, and sixth causes of action. For the fourth cause of action, the court grants Defendant Pandey’s motion for summary adjudication and denies Defendant Amazon’s. The court denies the motion as to all defendants for the twelfth cause of action. For the first and second causes of action...

  • Hearing

    Feb 24, 2021

GARCIA VS MERCEDES- BENZ USA, LLC

The plaintiff’s motion is denied as to Interrogatories 14, 25, 43, 44, 51, and 53. It is granted as to #41 to the extent that the interrogatory seeks a description of the process by which Ms. Gurocak decided whether a vehicle should be repurchased or replaced. If that process has changed over time, the defendant shall describe the process as it exi...

  • Hearing

    Feb 24, 2021

PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CA VS BONELLO

No tentative....

  • Hearing

    Feb 24, 2021

DROST VS PERRIS UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Grant....

  • Hearing

    Feb 24, 2021

GUILLEN VS FRAMING BY SUPERIOR INC

Continue to March 12,2021. Supplemental papers to be filed no later than March 5, 2021. Class Notice should reference counsel’s supplemental declaration filed February 16, 2021 for the location of the most recent version of the settlement agreement. Plaintiffs’ counsel submits an updated invoice from CPT Group Inc., which reflects the correct numbe...

  • Hearing

    Feb 24, 2021

SOLARMAX RENEWABLE ENERGY PROVIDER INC VS RAMIREZ

Continued to February 24, 2021, at 8:30 in Department 7....

  • Hearing

    Feb 23, 2021

CURL VS RIVERSIDE CA SENIOR HOUSING, LLC

On its own motion, the Court shall continue this hearing to March 12, 2021. The Court requests that the parties submit additional briefing regarding the Second District’s recent case of Garcia v KND Development 52, case no. B301929 (Dec. 15, 2020), 2020 DJDAR 132310. The Court requests that the parties provide an analysis whether Garcia’s discussio...

  • Hearing

    Feb 23, 2021

GILLESPIE VS STATE OF CALIFORNIA

The motion of Southstar for a protective order is granted in part and denied in part. It is granted as to the plaintiff’s demand to receive a copy of the background questions in advance of the examination. It is also granted as to the request for an order prohibiting plaintiff’s counsel from disclosing those materials (outside of the trial) to anyo...

  • Hearing

    Feb 23, 2021

ROSA VS HOLT

The Third Amended Complaint was improperly filed and is STRICKEN.. Plaintiff must obtain a stipulation from all parties or obtain leave to file the TAC on noticed motion in compliance with CRC 3.1324. The argument that there was a stipulation is not persuasive as Counsel for Harney was not a party to it....

  • Hearing

    Feb 23, 2021

EJEYE VS OCWEN LOAN SERVICING LLC

No tentative. Appearances required....

  • Hearing

    Feb 23, 2021

WASSMER VS COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE

The Motion to Compel Response to Request for Production of Documents is moot as Plaintiff has provided a supplemental response. Plaintiff’s opposition argues that the notice regarding attorney’s fees was defective because it fails to follow the requirements of Rules of Court, rule 2.30 and that the discovery sanction rules are inapplicable because ...

  • Hearing

    Feb 23, 2021

UNIVERSITY CAMPUS HOTEL FUND LP VS TCG SLF I LLC

Deny. Defendant’s Request for Judicial Notice is Granted. The Complaint contains both transitory and local causes of action. Evidence provided by Defense counsel shows that none of the defendants reside in Riverside County and the contract was not made in Riverside County, however, Golden Star Inc. has Answered the Complaint, thereby waiving their ...

  • Hearing

    Feb 23, 2021

MILIAN VS VAN DER WESTHUIZEN

The motion of defendant Westhuizen in her individual capacity to strike portions of the Third Amended Complaint is granted in part and denied in part. Specifically, it is granted as to item #1 (¶ 37), item #2 (¶ 38), and item #4 (prayer re 4th cause of action) without leave to amend, and otherwise denied. The defendant shall file and serve her answ...

  • Hearing

    Feb 23, 2021

CORMARC INSURANCE SERVICES, INC VS NORTH

OVERRULE the demurrer with 30 days leave to Answer....

  • Hearing

    Feb 23, 2021

  • Judge

    Raquel A. Marquez

  • County

    Riverside County, CA

GEORGE VS TEMECULA VALLEY HOSPITAL

The Motion is continued to June 29, 2021. Insufficient notice was given for the hearing. Notice was improper because the motion was served via email on 12/8/20. C.C.P. § 1010.6 (a)(4)(B) requires two court days of additional notice, if the matter is electronically served. Here, only one court day of additional notice was provided. The court may not...

  • Hearing

    Feb 23, 2021

WARDAK VS CHI MOTION TO AUGMENT EXPERT WITNESS LIST

The Motion is DENIED. Plaintiff is prejudiced by having to depose new expert witnesses not previously retained. Plaintiff already deposed defendants’ retained plastic surgeon Dr. Jeffrey Rosenberg, M.D. on December 5, 2019 and relied on this testimony to prepare for trial. (Harmeling Decl., ¶ 14.) As discussed above, SNIC essentially “stepped i...

  • Hearing

    Feb 23, 2021

CANETE VS DUNCAN

Hearing continued to March 11, 2021, 8:30 AM. In the alternative, the court grants the motion to strike with 30 days leave to amend. The court has read and considered the declaration of Brad J. Husen. The court’s previous tentative order that it would accept “no further briefing” was not intended to prevent Plaintiff from correcting any filing erro...

  • Hearing

    Feb 23, 2021

MANNING VS PETERSON

No tentative ruling. A hearing will be conducted....

  • Hearing

    Feb 23, 2021

IBARRA VS AIRBUS DS COMMUNICATIONS

Deny without prejudice. The motion for preliminary approval was originally heard on June 15, 2020. At that time, the court noted several deficiencies in the motion and noncompliance with certain provision of the CMO dated December 5, 2017. The court asked for further briefing and support for the motion and continued the hearing to July 14, 2020. Si...

  • Hearing

    Feb 23, 2021

YANEZ VS RUSKIN COMPANY

No tentative ruling. Parties to appear at 8:30 a.m....

  • Hearing

    Feb 23, 2021

PETERS VS CITY OF BEAUMONT CALIFORNIA

No tentative....

  • Hearing

    Feb 23, 2021

SHIVELY VS JONES

The unopposed motion is granted. Green America, Inc. is to file its Cross- Complaint within 10 days of this order. On the Court’s own motion, the Case Management Conference scheduled for 3-1-21 is continued to 5-5-21 at 8:30 a.m., Department 5....

  • Hearing

    Feb 23, 2021

PETERS VS CITY OF BEAUMONT CALIFORNIA

Denied as to summary judgment. Granted as to summary adjudication as to the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 9th and 14th causes of action. The notice sufficiently states the grounds for the motion. Request for Judicial Notice: As to moving party Defendant’s request, granted as to the City of Beaumont California Claim Form, otherwise denied as the items wer...

  • Hearing

    Feb 23, 2021

KPC DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LLC VS LOUIDAR LLC

Matter is Ordered continued for Hearing on 5-13-21, 8:30 am, in D-4. The court orders the continuance based on the court’s discretion (not CCP Section 437(c)(h)), since Plaintiff has newly substituted counsel in this matter. In addition, the highlighted portions of the John Petty deposition were deleted from the court’s imaged record. Defendant is ...

  • Hearing

    Feb 23, 2021

KAANEHE VS VENTAS AOC OPERATING HOLDINGS LLC

MOOT. GRANT Plaintiffs’ request for $1,260 sanctions ($300 per hour x 4 hour, plus $60 filing fee)....

  • Hearing

    Feb 23, 2021

  • Judge

    Raquel A. Marquez

  • County

    Riverside County, CA

BINNQUIST DEVELOPMENT INCORPORATED VS LAGUNA HILLS ALLSPACE

The Court continues this demurrer to April 7, 2021, at 8:30am in Dept. 3. On 1/21/21, prior to DSI’s demurrer in RIC2001624 being consolidated into RIC2001449, Judge Vineyard ordered the parties to meet and confer and file a declaration in accordance with CCP §430.41. As of the preparation of this tentative, no such declaration is on file. The part...

  • Hearing

    Feb 23, 2021

CARLSON D.O. VS THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA

Motion granted. No opposition filed. Court will sign proposed order at hearing....

  • Hearing

    Feb 22, 2021

FAMULAK VS INTERCONTINENTAL HOTELS GROUP

Motion granted with 30 days leave to amend. Defendants seeks to strike the prayer for attorneys’ fees and claim for punitive damages. Plaintiffs makes no argument in support of their claim for attorney’s fees. Plaintiffs have failed to plead specific facts in support of their punitive damages claim. While the underlying claims may be ge...

  • Hearing

    Feb 22, 2021

LUCKY GROUP (HK) LIMITED VS EPI BOOKS LLC HEARING ON RIGHT TO ATTACH ORDER AND ORDER FOR ISSUANCE OF WRIT OF ATTACHMENT

GRANT the Application for Right to Attach Order and Order for Issuance of a Writ of Attachment for $1,040,386.90 ($945,806.28 (undisputed), plus $94,580.62 interest). Plaintiff has demonstrated the probable validity of the underlying contract claim, as well as satisfying the requirements set forth under Code of Civil Procedure sections 483.010,...

  • Hearing

    Feb 22, 2021

  • Judge

    Raquel A. Marquez

  • County

    Riverside County, CA

DEMOS VS SEPULVEDA

Granted for the sole purpose of vacating the order of 12-2-20. The clerk is to refund the $250 paid by plaintiff’s counsel....

  • Hearing

    Feb 22, 2021

VENEGAS VS COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE

The Court denies the Plaintiff’s motion/request. On November 30, 2020, Plaintiff filed a “request for issuance of service and summons pursuant to CCP § 412.20.” In that request, he requested that the Clerk of the Court issue the summons against the defendants. However, the Clerk already filed and issued the summons against the various defendants in...

  • Hearing

    Feb 22, 2021

AGUILAR VS MEDINA

The unopposed motion of defendant Pierce to compel mediation and arbitration is granted. All causes of action alleged against Pierce are stayed pending the resolution of those claims through mediation, arbitration, or otherwise. The prosecution of the first amended complaint against other defendants is not stayed. Pierce having submitted no propose...

  • Hearing

    Feb 22, 2021

MALIJEN VS FORD MOTOR COMPANY

The Court denies the motion as moot to Requests Nos. 7, 16, 17, 20-25, 41, 73, and 76 because defendant has provided supplemental responses. The motion is denied as to Request No. 10. The motion is granted as to Request Nos. 71, 72, and 77, insofar as the responses pertain to plaintiff’s year, make, and model of vehicle, as detailed below. Defendan...

  • Hearing

    Feb 22, 2021

LOURDES A AVALOS ALBA DE MEJIA VS ZENDEJAS

Granted. Fees to be posted within 7 days....

  • Hearing

    Feb 22, 2021

BADDGOR VS VAN KLEINWEE

See 2....

  • Hearing

    Feb 22, 2021

AGUILAR VS MEDINA

The unopposed motion of defendant Pierce to compel mediation and arbitration is granted. All causes of action alleged against Pierce are stayed pending the resolution of those claims through mediation, arbitration, or otherwise. The prosecution of the first amended complaint against other defendants is not stayed. Pierce having submitted no propose...

  • Hearing

    Feb 22, 2021

GEORGE VS TEMECULA VALLEY HOSPITAL

The Motion is continued to June 22. 2021. Insufficient notice was given for the hearing. Notice was improper because the motion was served via email on 12/8/20. C.C.P. § 1010.6 (a)(4)(B) requires two court days of additional notice, if the matter is electronically served. Here, only one court day of additional notice was provided. The court may not...

  • Hearing

    Feb 22, 2021

MARTINEZ VS FCA US LLC

If Plaintiffs did not appear for their depositions, GRANT the motion with Plaintiffs depositions to take place within 30 days on a date and time convenient to all parties. If the depositions were done—MOOT. DENY Sanctions....

  • Hearing

    Feb 22, 2021

  • Judge

    Raquel A. Marquez

  • County

    Riverside County, CA

WOLF VS MADADIAN

Motion to quash is granted. The request for sanctions is denied. Plaintiff moves to quash deposition subpoenas to Nationwide Insurance issued by Defendant claiming the information sought is private, the subpoenas are overbroad and there is no compelling interest in disclosure of the records. He claims records sought involve auto collisions that did...

  • Hearing

    Feb 22, 2021

KENYATTA WHITE VS THE WESTIN MISSION HILLS GOLF

The seventh unopposed motion for preliminary approval is denied. A further motion for preliminary approval in this ancient case shall be filed and served no later than March 22, 2021. The motion shall fully comply with all applicable provisions of the Court’s Case Management Order #2, filed 12-22-17. The motion shall be supported: by a notice of mo...

  • Hearing

    Feb 22, 2021

LUCAS VS MUBASHER ESQ

Off calendar per Defense counsel....

  • Hearing

    Feb 22, 2021

CANYON LAKE PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION VS HARDY & HARPER INC

Continue to March 22, 2021. “The ultimate determinant of good faith is whether the settlement is grossly disproportionate to what a reasonable person at the time of settlement would estimate the settlor's liability to be.” (PacifiCare of California v. Bright Medical Associates, Inc. (2011) 198 Cal. App. 4th 1451, 1465.) Neither party has addressed ...

  • Hearing

    Feb 22, 2021

KENYATTA WHITE VS THE WESTIN MISSION HILLS GOLF

A Tentative Ruling will be posted by 3:00 P.M. on 2-19-21. Attorneys/parties will need to leave a voice mail with any oral argument requests....

  • Hearing

    Feb 22, 2021

DOE VS CORONA-NORCO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

The court sustains the demurrer without leave to amend as to the sixth cause of action. The court sustains with 30 days leave to amend as to the fourth and seventh causes of action. For the sixth cause of action, discrimination under the Unruh Civil Rights Act, that statute does not apply public school districts. (Brennon B. v. Superior Court (2020...

  • Hearing

    Feb 22, 2021

BENAVIDEZ VS DESERT OASIS HOLDINGS LP

Granted as to punitive damages allegations (Requests 1-18), moot as to request 19. A motion to strike lies where the facts alleged in a pleading do not rise to the level of “malice, fraud or oppression” required to support a punitive damages claim. (Turman vs. Turning Point of Central California, Inc. (2010) 191 Cal.App.4th 53, 63.) Civil Code ...

  • Hearing

    Feb 22, 2021

FIMBRES VS THE VONS COMPANIES

Continue to March 15, 2021. Supplemental papers to be filed no later than March 5, 2021. Supplemental papers shall address the following areas of concern: If the release in this action encompass or otherwise impact the claims in the Luna and McCarthy actions, the Class Notice should advise class members accordingly and counsel should consider provi...

  • Hearing

    Feb 22, 2021

G. VS CORONA-NORCO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Court sustains without leave to amend as to the third and sixth causes of action. Court overrules the demurrer to the first and fourth causes of action. For the third cause of action, Plaintiff argues that District is liable for its employees’ conduct under Government Code § 815.2. Government Code § 820(a) states that except as set forth in Governm...

  • Hearing

    Feb 22, 2021

CALIFORNIA COAST CREDIT UNION VS ARIAS

Grant motion and sign proposed order....

  • Hearing

    Feb 18, 2021

PETERS VS CITY OF BEAUMONT CALIFORNIA

Denied without prejudice. The motion is procedurally defective. California Rule of Court, Rule 3.1324(b) requires that the supporting declaration must state the effect of the amendment, why the amendment is necessary and proper, when the facts giving rise to the amended allegations were discovered and the reasons why the request was not made earlie...

  • Hearing

    Feb 18, 2021

WARREN VS STAGECOACH TOWING

Deny. Warren has not shown her failure to timely serve responses were due to mistake, inadvertence, or excusable neglect. The envelope stamp for the responses was purchased on October 19, 2020, showing that the responses were not mailed on October 14, 2020. This is not evidence of mistake, but of untimely service. Warren fails to show due diligence...

  • Hearing

    Feb 18, 2021

ABEYTA VS RECONCILED TERMITE AND PEST CONTROL INC ANTI-SLAAP MOTION (SPECIAL

Court denies the special motion to strike. The court grants Plaintiff’s request for judicial notice, except for the request for judicial notice of the amended cross complaint because there is no amended cross complaint filed with the court. Although the allegations in the cross complaint are unclear, Plaintiff/Cross-Defendant has not made a prima f...

  • Hearing

    Feb 18, 2021

CAPERS VS BDR INC

Continued to February 25, 2021 at 8:30 in Department 7....

  • Hearing

    Feb 18, 2021

TANJI VS E & G BAKER INCORPORATED

GRANT...

  • Hearing

    Feb 18, 2021

  • Judge

    Raquel A. Marquez

  • County

    Riverside County, CA

WILLIAMS VS WILLIAMS MOTION TO CONSOLIDATE/MPA/DECLARATION

Appearance required. Denied as to consolidation. Court intends to discuss setting an OSC why this case should not be decided in family court including any claims to property acquired before the marriage. The civil case relates to pre-marital property. The family court has jurisdiction over the distribution of all the parties' property. Rutter G...

  • Hearing

    Feb 18, 2021

BARNETT VS JURUPA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Demurrer sustained without leave to amend as to the second cause of action. Court finds no reasonable possibility that plaintiff can cure the defect. (Cabral v. Soares (2007) 157 Cal.App.4th 1234, 1240.) Demurrer overruled as to the third cause of action. For the second cause of action, Defendant argues that Plaintiff fails to state a statutory bas...

  • Hearing

    Feb 18, 2021

MASSEY VS LOUIDAR L L C

Continue to March 25, 2021. Supplemental papers to be filed no later than March 17, 2021. The Court will not approve a release of PAGA claims to be given by class members other than the named Plaintiff. If the parties agree to settle notwithstanding, please amend the settlement agreement and modify the notice of class members. Additionally, the not...

  • Hearing

    Feb 18, 2021

MORENO VS MUNOZ

The Court grants Plaintiff’s request for judicial notice as to Exhibit C, but denies as to the other requests as they are not material to this ruling. The Court denies the motion for an elisor, without prejudice. Factual / Procedural Context: Plaintiff Pablo Moreno (“Plaintiff”) filed the complaint in this quiet title action on May 19, 2016 aga...

  • Hearing

    Feb 18, 2021

WARREN VS STAGECOACH TOWING

Deny. Warren has provided supplemental responses. This Motion is Denied as moot....

  • Hearing

    Feb 18, 2021

BRAVO VS SUNRISE FLOOR SYSTEMS,LLC

Grant. The Court finds there is sufficient evidence to believe the settlement is fair, adequate and reasonable and therefore grants preliminary approval. The hearing on a motion for final approval of class action settlement is hereby set for June 24, 2021. Counsel shall immediately reserve that date in the Court Law & Motion Reservation System. ...

  • Hearing

    Feb 18, 2021

BALFOUR VS FLINT

The Motion is DENIED. The complaint alleges that Flint had been aware for a substantial period of time that he had a serious problem with alcohol and drug use. (Complaint, ¶ 26.) He was well aware of the serious nature of driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs, but had a history/habit of driving his vehicle while under the influenc...

  • Hearing

    Feb 18, 2021

ROWDEN VS WAYPOINT HOMES

I. Motion for Leave to Amend “The court may, in furtherance of justice, and on any terms as may be proper, allow a party to amend any pleading.” (CCP §473(a).) Leave to amend is liberally granted. (Mabie v. Hyatt (1998) 61 Cal. App. 4th 581, 596.) However, leave to amend may be denied where inexcusable delay and probable prejudice to the opposing p...

  • Hearing

    Feb 18, 2021

CORONA VS FORD MOTOR COMPANY

Denied. Plaintiff brings this motion under C.C.P. § 664.6. C.C.P. §664.6 provides that “[i]f parties to pending litigation stipulate, in a writing signed by the parties outside the presence of the court or orally before the court, for settlement of the case, or part thereof, the court, upon motion, may enter judgment pursuant to the terms of the se...

  • Hearing

    Feb 18, 2021

BARCLAYS BANK DELAWARE VS COOK

Granted. The dismissal is set aside. Judgment is to enter in the amount of $2010.93....

  • Hearing

    Feb 18, 2021

SHIRAZI VS RIVERA

Sustain with 30 days leave to amend. There are no facts which would hold cross-defendants liable for any damages suffered by cross-complainants, since cross-defendants are not parties to the alleged personal services contract and there are no allegations of joint and several liability. No breach of duty or causation is alleged. The second cause of ...

  • Hearing

    Feb 18, 2021

SNYDER VS BOYD

The Court grants the motion for counsel to be relieved, effective upon the filing of the proof of service of the signed order upon the client. On its own motion, the Court shall continue the presently-set Case Management conference set on March 1, 2021 to April 6, 2021, at 8:30am in Dept 3, to be heard telephonically. All parties are ordered to fil...

  • Hearing

    Feb 18, 2021

BANK OF AMERICA NA VS HELLER

Demurrer sustained without leave to amend....

  • Hearing

    Feb 18, 2021

MARTINEZ VS BMW OF NORTH AMERICA LLC

Granted in part. The Motion for Attorney’s Fees is granted in the amount of $39,960. The Knight Law Group is awarded $33,870 and the Wirtz Law Firm is awarded $6,090 after a reduction of the rates requested and reduction of hours to attend the MSC. The request for a multiplier is denied. Overall, the rates requested by Knight are reasonable. Howeve...

  • Hearing

    Feb 17, 2021

KINGS GARDEN INC VS MONTANTE

The hearings are continued to April 14, 2021. Defendant is ordered to meet and confer in person or by phone with Plaintiff who filed the FAC for the purpose of determining whether an agreement can be reached that would resolve the objections raised in the demurrer and motion to strike. As part of the meet and confer process, Defendant shall ide...

  • Hearing

    Feb 17, 2021

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