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JAVIER MENDEZ VS. CLUB PACIFICA APARTMENTS LLC

, Miriam Troncoso, Brisa Gomez, Yamilet Gomez, Jasmine Villa, Jamie Villa, Jaime Villa, Erik Espinoza, Roman Esparza, Cristian JR Esparza, Pablo Espinosa, Xavier Esparza, Dylan Gomez, Aileen Vasquez, Maritza Espinosa, Elias Espinosa, Jermias Espinosa, Diana Gomez, Sarai Gomez, Diego Gomez, Aydan Cruz, Cristian Garcia, Uriel Garcia, Jose Contreras, Sarhi Gonzalez, Fatima Garcia, Jose Luis Aguilera Jose Aguilera Garcia, Juana Garcia, Hilda Garcia, Michelle Huerta, Emilio Huerta, Jorge Romero, Cristian Garcia,

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MAGNOLIA MARTINEZ VS. JAVA ON OCEAN COFFEE HOUSE ET AL

Ntc And Motion To Quash The Subpoena To Michelle Gomez Set for hearing on Wednesday, April 27, 2011. Line 3. PLAINTIFF MAGNOLIA MARTINEZ'S Notice of motion And Motion To Quash The Subpoena To Michelle Gomez. Motion to quash the subpoena to MIchelle Gomez for plaintiffs employment records, specifically performance evaluations, is Denied.

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GOMEZ V PLA-ART INTERNATIONAL INC

The SAC only alleges Gomez suffered emotional distress, not Plaintiff GR Inland which presumably is not possible. Contrary to Defendant Chavez's assertions, Plaintiff Gomez does allege that Chavez, along with Edward and Frank, caused him severe emotional distress.

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  • Type

    Contract

  • Sub Type

    Breach

KYLE RICKWALT VS. DIRECT RECONDITIONING, LLC, A GEORGIA LLC

(Gomez Decl. at ¶¶ 13-16.) While four Disputes of Work Weeks were submitted, after review, Simpluris determined the disputes to be invalid as the Class Members did not enter any corrected or differing number of work weeks. (Gomez Decl. at ¶ 16.)

  • Hearing

  • Type

    Employment

  • Sub Type

    Other Employment

GOMEZ PROPERTY INVESTMENTS, LLC VS. ELVIA DAVILA

Serapio Davila died in 2010, so Gomez ‘s testimony about the date he became aware of the fence and the date of his conversation with Serapio Davila is incorrect. Defendants contend that they should not have to pay to remove the fence because Joel Gomez gave permission to Serapio Davila to build the fence. Ruben Davila (adult son of Serapio and Rogelia Davila) testified that the fence was built in 2006, that Gomez was present, did not object, but did not contribute to the cost.

  • Hearing

  • Judge

    Steven D. Blades or Brian S. Currey

  • County

    Los Angeles County, CA

DORA CARBAJAL VS CINDY SOLIS, ET AL.

Defendants present the declaration of Claudia Gomez, Nellson’s Human Resources Manager who has been employed with Nellson since 2001. (Gomez Decl. ¶ 1.)

  • Hearing

  • Type

    Employment

  • Sub Type

    Wrongful Term

30-2013-00694022-CU-OE-CXC

Final Report Hearing: The 7/17/17 supplemental declaration of Administrator Simpluris, Inc.’s Case Manager Stephen Gomez, explains that 2 additional timely opt-outs were received since his 11/29/16 declaration, such that 1,044 settlement distribution checks went out to Participating Class Members on 8/19/16, with 304 uncashed checks remaining, in the total sum of $15,122.85 (10 more checks were cashed after the 11/29/16 declaration of Mr. Gomez was filed), Mr.

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KIMBERLY GOMEZ ET AL VS STAY GREEN INC ET AL

kimberly gomez, et al., Plaintiffs, v. stay-green, inc., et al., Defendants. Case No.: BC676609 Hearing Date: September 19, 2019 [TENTATIVE] order RE: motion for determination of good faith settlement Defendant James Morrison (“Defendant”) moves for a determination that the settlement between Defendant and Plaintiffs Kimberly Gomez and Nathaniel Gomez (“Plaintiffs”) was in good faith. Defendant served the motion on by mail on August 27, 2019. That is not sufficient notice. (Code Civ.

  • Hearing

  • Type

    Personal Injury/ Tort

  • Sub Type

    Auto

KYLE RICKWALT VS. DIRECT RECONDITIONING, LLC, A GEORGIA LLC

(Gomez Decl. at ¶¶ 13-16.) While four Disputes of Work Weeks were submitted, after review, Simpluris determined the disputes to be invalid as the Class Members did not enter any corrected or differing number of work weeks. (Gomez Decl. at ¶ 16.)

  • Hearing

  • Type

    Employment

  • Sub Type

    Other Employment

KYLE RICKWALT VS. DIRECT RECONDITIONING, LLC, A GEORGIA LLC

(Gomez Decl. at ¶¶ 13-16.) While four Disputes of Work Weeks were submitted, after review, Simpluris determined the disputes to be invalid as the Class Members did not enter any corrected or differing number of work weeks. (Gomez Decl. at ¶ 16.)

  • Hearing

  • Type

    Employment

  • Sub Type

    Other Employment

  • County

    Sacramento County, CA

JANE GOMEZ VS ELIZABETH MINNIS

In her complaint, Gomez alleges standing solely as owner of the Premises. (SAC, ¶ 4.) Minnis has presented evidence by way of the grant deed showing that Gomez is not an owner of legal title of the Premises. (See Evid. Code, § 662 [“The owner of the legal title to property is presumed to be the owner of the full beneficial title.”].)

  • Hearing

  • Judge Donna Geck
  • County

    Santa Barbara County, CA

BEVERLY TERFLOTH ET AL VS J RICHARD MOODY ET AL;

INTRODUCTION Defendants Pabst, Kinney & Associates (“Pabst”) and Claudia Gomez (“Gomez”), J. Richard Moody (“Moody”), individually and in his capacity as Trustee of the Moody Trust, demur to every Cause of Action in the Second Amended Complaint: 1. Breach of Contract; 2. Negligent Misrepresentation; 3. Unfair Business Practices; and 4. Unjust Enrichment.

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MEDINA V. GOMEZ, ET AL.

Motion: Attorney Kathleen Keating’s Motion to be Relieved as Counsel for Defendant Katherine Gomez Tentative Ruling: To grant Attorney Kathleen Keating’s Motion to be Relieved as Counsel for Defendant Katherine Gomez. Proof of service in the court’s file indicates notice of the motion was adequate. No response to the motion has been filed.

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RODRIGUEZ VS. FORSUM

Defendant Ana Pierre-Gomez is ordered to give notice of the ruling.

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CALIFORNIA AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY VS PETER GIRGIS, ET AL.

Defendants demur to the single cause of action for subrogation on the grounds that Plaintiff failed to join an indispensable party, namely, its insured Maria Gomez (“Gomez”). (CCP § 430.10(d).) Defendants contend that Gomez is an indispensable party pursuant to CCP section 389.

  • Hearing

  • Judge

    Wendy Chang or Jon R. Takasugi

  • County

    Los Angeles County, CA

WENDY GOMEZ VS CEC ENTERTAINMENT INC

WENDY GOMEZ, Plaintiff, vs. CEC ENTERTAINMENT INC. Defendant. Case No.: BC630227 [TENTATIVE] ORDER CONDITIONALLY GRANTING ADRIANNA GOMEZ’S PETITION TO APPROVE COMPROMISE OF PENDING ACTION ON BEHALF OF MINOR WENDY GOMEZ Petitioner’s Petition to Approve Compromise of Minor is CONDITIONALLY GRANTED. Per California Rules of Court Rule 7.952, Petitioner is required to attend the hearing on the petition. The Court will therefore require attendance at the hearing in order to grant the petition.

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JAVIER MENDEZ VS. CLUB PACIFICA APARTMENTS LLC

, Miriam Troncoso, Brisa Gomez, Yamilet Gomez, Jasmine Villa, Jamie Villa, Jaime Villa, Erik Espinoza, Roman Esparza, Cristian JR Esparza, Pablo Espinosa, Xavier Esparza, Dylan Gomez, Aileen Vasquez, Maritza Espinosa, Elias Espinosa, Jermias Espinosa, Diana Gomez, Sarai Gomez, Diego Gomez, Aydan Cruz, Cristian Garcia, Uriel Garcia, Jose Contreras, Sarhi Gonzalez, Fatima Garcia, Jose Luis Aguilera Jose Aguilera Garcia, Juana Garcia, Hilda Garcia, Michelle Huerta, Emilio Huerta, Jorge Romero, Cristian Garcia,

  • Hearing

GOMEZ V. SUNRISE MEDICAL US LLC

Motion: Defendant’s motion for terminating sanctions Tentative Ruling: To grant defendant’s motion for terminating sanctions and an order dismissing the complaint of plaintiff Arnulfo Gomez. Code of Civil Procedure §2023.030(d)(3). Pursuant to CCP §2023.030(d)(1), the complaint filed by Arnulfo Gomez on June 9, 2016 against Sunrise Medical US LLC is dismissed with prejudice. The entire action is dismissed.

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KYLE RICKWALT VS. DIRECT RECONDITIONING, LLC, A GEORGIA LLC

(Gomez Decl. at ¶¶ 13-16.) While four Disputes of Work Weeks were submitted, after review, Simpluris determined the disputes to be invalid as the Class Members did not enter any corrected or differing number of work weeks. (Gomez Decl. at ¶ 16.)

  • Hearing

  • Type

    Employment

  • Sub Type

    Other Employment

WASHBURN VS. KURMI, LLC

Moving Defendants, Kurmi, LLC and Paul Gomez to give notice. 2. Motion to Strike Portions Of Complaint filed by Kurmi, LLC and Paul Gomez In light of the ruling on the demurrer, the motion to strike is MOOT. 3. Demurrer to Complaint 4. Motion to Strike Portions Of Complaint filed by Ying Sou and 7th Level Partners, Inc. on 2/7/20 #3 and #4 Off Calendar

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GOMEZ V. STATE FARMS CLAIMS DEPARTMENT

As such, plaintiff Gomez cannot plead a viable negligence claim against State Farm. Based on the foregoing, it is undisputed that based on the findings of Moradi-Shalal and its progeny that an insurer owes no duty of care to a non-policy holder on either a bad faith or negligence claim, plaintiff Gomez cannot amend his complaint so as to allege the existence of a viable duty of care that State Farm would owe to Mr. Gomez.

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U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION VS CHARLES GOMEZ

Bank National Association (“Plaintiff”) filed a complaint, asserting causes of action against Defendant Charles Gomez (“Gomez”) and Does 1-10 for: Common Counts On December 20, 2018, Plaintiff filed a proof of service, which reflected that Gomez had been substituted served with the summons and complaint on December 19, 2018. On February 13, 2019, Gomez’s default was entered. ANALYSIS Yes (2/13/19) ___ Default Entered. (JC Form CIV-100.)

  • Hearing

  • Type

    Collections

  • Sub Type

    Promisory Note

GARCIA, ALMA VS. GOLDEN VALLEY HEALTH CENTERS

CV-18-001967 – IN RE GOMEZ, S – Petitioner’s Petition for Approval for Transfer of Payment Rights Re: S. Gomez and Peachtree Settlement Funding – HEARING REQUIRED. Ms. Gomez shall personally appear to advise the Court of the status of this matter. As the Court previously advised, further information is required in order for the Court to determine whether the transaction is “fair, reasonable, and in the payee’s best interest.” (Ins. Code §10139.5(b)(1)-(15).)

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GONZALEZ VS GOMEZ

The Court grants the motion for summary judgment on the 1st Amended Cross Complaint of Julio Rodriguez as to Eduardo Gomez and Araceli Gomez but not as to Lalo’s Auto Services. PROCEDURAL HISTORY On July 25, 2019, the Court continued this matter to allow Julio Rodriquez (“Rodriquez”) to take the deposition of Gustavo Galvez.

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CHICUACE CHICUACE VS MR. JIMMY A. GOMEZ, ET AL.

Gomez, et al. MOTION TO QUASH SERVICE (CCP § 418.10) TENTATIVE RULING: Specially Appearing Defendants Jimmy A. Gomez and Leonard Mata’s Motion to Quash Service of Summons and Complaint is GRANTED. ANALYSIS: On September 6, 2019, Plaintiff Chicuace Chicuace (“Plaintiff”) filed the Complaint in this action for slander against Defendants Jimmy A. Gomez and Leonard Mata (“Defendants”). The Summons was issued on December 31, 2019.

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