ALEXANDRIA EQUITIES NO. 7 LLC v. PRECISION AGRITECH, INC. CASE NO.: VC067132 HEARING: 1/21/20 JUDGE: OLIVIA ROSALES #9 TENTATIVE ORDER Plaintiff Alexandria Equities No. 7 LLC’s motion to sever claims against individual Defendants is DENIED without prejudice. Moving Party to give NOTICE. Plaintiff Alexandria Equities No. 7 LLC moves to sever claims pursuant to CCP § 1048. The motion is DENIED without prejudice. The determination regarding severance of claims is best reserved for the tria
No appearance is necessary. The petition will be GRANTED. Petitioner can obtain a copy of the signed decree one week from 01/14/2020 at the certification window in Room 112.
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Defendants Shurwest Holding Company and Shurwest LLC request for a stay pursuant to the September 25, 2019, notice of stay is DENIED. Defendants’ motion to quash is continued to the to-be-determined post-arbitration status conference. Defendants CMAM Inc. dba Heritage Financial Services, Albert Andrew Manfre and Jeanette Manfre’s motion to compel arbitration and related motion to seal is GRANTED. Defendant James Anton’s joinder/motion to compel arbitration is GRANTED. The case is STAYED pending
Dept. 12 SSC JCCP 4861 Southern California Gas Leak Cases January 6, 2020 Private Plaintiffs’ Motion to Compel Third Party Los Angeles Department of Public Health to Produce Documents and Privilege Log Tentative: The Motion to Compel is granted as set forth below. At the hearing on the Motion the court will set a reasonable time limit for production of the documents and the privilege log. Private Plaintiffs seek to compel production of documents demanded in a subpoena served on the County
The general demurrer of Defendants Jaclyn Harkey and So Cal Capital, Inc., to the fourth cause of action for fraud is sustained without leave to amend. In issuing this ruling, the Court notes that Defendants' demurrer is limited to the grounds of statute of limitations, res judicata, and laches. Defendants do not argue that the elements of fraud have not been pled, only that that the fraud claim is barred. Further, a demurrer is limited to the facts pled on the face of the complaint or from jud
Grant. Appoint Patrick Cooley and Carol Cooley co-executors of the estate of Lois Francis Cooley with full IAEA authority and bond waived. Admit decedent's will dated 11/04/18 to probate.
No appearance is required under the following conditions: The Order to Show Cause Re: Compliance - Case Management Program is scheduled for 01/23/2020 at 08:30 AM in Department 31. An Attorney Compliance Statement shall be filed not less than fifteen (15) days prior to hearing. New Case Management Statements shall be filed by all parties no later than 15 days prior to the hearing pursuant to Local Rule 2.51. If Answers, Defaults and/or Dismissals for all Defendants/Cross-Defendants are not on
Superior Court of California County of Los Angeles Southwest District Torrance Dept. B VERA OMAR, Plaintiff, Case No.: BC607787 vs. [Tentative] RULING ROSECRANS VILLA RESIDENTIAL CARE, et al., Defendants. Hearing Date: November 8, 2019 Moving Parties: Petitioner Brittany Beasley Responding Party: None Petition to Approve Compromise of Pending Action of Person with a Disability The court considered the moving papers. RULING The court is inclined to grant petitioner’s Petition to Appr
Nov 8, 2019
Other PI/PD/WD (General Jurisdiction)
- County Los Angeles County, CA
Before the Court is Plaintiffs David Blackburn and 151 LLC's motion for prejudgment interest against Defendant County of San Diego. The Court has read and considered the parties' papers and tentatively rules as follows: Plaintiffs' motion for prejudgment interest is GRANTED. The motion for prejudgment interest was not late. (Watson Bowman Acme Corp. v. RGW Construction (2016) 2 Cal.App.5th 279 (holding that a prejudgment interest request substantially complied with the notice of new trial stat
...law. The petition as corrected by the Supplement filed August 30, 2019 is granted as prayed. The will of Christine A. Cooley dated July 25, 2006 is ordered admitted to probate The court appoints Robert Cooley as executor with full authority under the Independent Administration of Estates Act. Bond is waived. The court appoints Raymond Simonds as probate referee. DMS
The unopposed motion for judgment on the pleadings, filed by defendants County of San Diego (erroneously sued as San Diego County Board of Supervisors) and Supervisors Greg Cox and Dianne Jacob, is granted without leave to amend. As plaintiff has not opposed the motion, he impliedly concedes that he has not stated, and is unable to state, a cause of action. In ruling on a motion for judgment on the pleadings the court considers the allegations of the challenged pleading and may also consider m
Demurrer to Cross-Complaint; Motion to Strike Cross-Complaint; TENTATIVE RULING Plaintiff Wells Fargo Bank’s unopposed motion to strike the cross-complaint filed by Essex Cook, Jr. is granted without leave to amend. Cross-complainant is not a named defendant in Plaintiff’s action and therefore has no standing to participate in the action, having failed to first seek and obtain leave from this Court to intervene. (Code Civ. Proc. § 387(d)(1); Lohnes v. Astron Computer Prods. (2001) 94 Cal.App.4th
The Petition for Writ of Mandamus is DENIED. After reviewing the record, the Court determines the County did not abuse its discretion when it terminated Petitioner's Section 8 benefits. Following termination of Section 8 housing benefits, participants may seek judicial review of the decision by the Superior Court. The Court has a narrow scope of review pursuant to Code of Civil Procedure section 1094.5(b). The Court's inquiry is limited to whether there was any prejudicial abuse of discretion
Motion: Petition to Compromise a Minor’s Claim, re: Jeffrie James Lewis Wright Tentative Ruling: To grant. Order signed. Hearing off calendar. Pursuant to California Rules of Court, rule 3.1312(a) and Code of Civil Procedure section 1019.5, subdivision (a), no further written order is necessary. The minute order adopting this tentative ruling will serve as the order of the court and service by the clerk will constitute notice of the order.
SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES – CENTRAL DISTRICT emil matusenko , et al.; Plaintiffs, v. dalco forensic consultants inc. , et al.; Defendants. Case No.: BC722213 ORDER TRANSFERRING NON-PERSONAL INJURY (PI) CASE TO AN INDEPENDENT CALENDAR (IC) COURT DEPARTMENT 5 OF THE PERSONAL INJURY (PI) COURT HAS DETERMINED THAT THE ABOVE ENTITLED ACTION: IS NOT A “PERSONAL INJURY” CASE AS DEFINED IN THE COURT’S MOST RECENT GENERAL ORDER RE GENERAL JURISDICTION P
...objections to Plaintiff’s separate statement of undisputed material facts; three objections to the Declaration of Steve Jukes in support of summary judgment; and two objections to the Declaration of Miles M. Cooley in support of summary judgment. The Court OVERRULES Defendants’ objections. 2. Request for Judicial Notice Plaintiff requests the Court take judicial notice of three documents: (1) the Complaint fi...
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO DATE/TIME April 12, 2019 10:00 a.m. DEPT. NO 28 JUDGE HON. RICHARD K. SUEYOSHI CLERK E. GONZALEZ ERIC P. EARLY, an individual; ERIC EARLY FOR Case No.: 34-2018-80002902 ATTORNEY GENERAL 2018, Petitioners and Plaintiffs, v. XAVIER BECERRA, and individual; BECERRA FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL 2018; ALEX PADILLA, in h
TENTATIVE RULING: Respondent County of San Diego's Demurrer to Second Amended Petition for Writ of Mandate is SUSTAINED without leave to amend. Petitioner had one year after receiving notice of the decision of California Department of Social Services ("DSS") to file this petition under CCP section 1094.5. (Welf. & Inst. Code, § 10962.) The DSS adopted its decision on February 17, 2015. (RJN, Exhibit 1.) This decision explains the right to file a petition within one year after receiving the deci
SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES - CENTRAL DISTRICT DIONNE WALKER, ET AL., Plaintiff(s), vs. EDWARD WHEELER, ET AL., Defendant(s). CASE NO: BC712586 [TENTATIVE] ORDER GRANTING MOTION TO COMPEL Dept. 3 1:30 p.m. March 19, 2019 Defendant, Edward Wheeler propounded form interrogatories, special interrogatories, and RPDs on Plaintiffs on 11/08/18. On 2/08/19, after receiving no response to a meet and confer letter, Defendant filed these twelve motions t
SUBJECT: Motion to Determine Amount of Interest Moving Party: Plaintiff Saul Markowitz and Rose Markowitz Resp. Party: Defendant Joseph Markowitz Plaintiff’s motion is GRANTED in part. The Court concludes that as of March 19, 2019, the total amount of the judgment is $145,728.13, representing a $100,000 judgment, $16,338.39 in trial costs, $416.70 in appeal costs, and $28,973.04 in interest. Interest will continue to accrue at a rate of $27.39/day until paid in full. BACKGROUND: Plaintiff S
...STEELE v. THE ABBEY FOOD & BAR, et al. (BC721838) Counsel for plaintiff: Maria Carmen Hinayon (Law Office of Maria Carmen Hinayon); Tasha Alyssa Hill (The Hill Law Firm) Counsel for defendants Abbey, Cooley, and Barnes: Christopher S. Reeder; Elan Bloch; Benjamin S. Tragish; Farhana Akther (CSReeder PC) Counsel for defendant Jason Pulliam (erroneously sued as Jason Christopher): Russell R. Arens; Richard...
...STRIKE (CCP § 425.16) (as to original complaint) (filed 11/5/18 and 11/8/18; hearings 1/2/19 and 1/3/19, cont. by stip. to 2/13/19; cont. by court to 3/15/19 and 3/18/19) Moving parties: Defendants David Cooley and Todd Barnes [Note: Other than an erroneous reference to a non-existent declaration of Benjamin Tragish in the notice of motion filed on 11/5/18, the motions appear to be identical. Moving defendan...
The matter shall be heard at oral argument. No tentative ruling will be issued.
Jan 10, 2019
Writ of Mandate
- County San Diego County, CA
Tentative ruling for December 31, 2018 on Defendant Hugh N. Dallas' demurrer to complaint or in the alternative motion to strike complaint. The court overrules Defendant Hugh N. Dallas' demurrer and denies his alternative motion to strike. Defendant has failed to comply with CCP § 430.60, CRC §3.1320(a) and CRC 3.1322(a). Beyond that, a demurrer is limited to the face of the complaint and any matter of which the court is required to or may take judicial notice. (CCP §430.30(a).) In addition, "
TENTATIVE RULING Cross-defendant, EAN HOLDINGS, LLC, brings a motion for summary judgment against the several cross-complaints filed against it. Cross-complaints against EAN HOLDINGS, LLC, were filed in this case – State Farm v. Costa -- by defendants/cross-complainants, Antonio Costa, III, and Kimberly Goodrich; by cross-defendant/cross- complainant, Mohammed Rashad Raiyaz; and by cross-defendant/cross-complainant, Hanh Thi Nguyen. In a related and now consolidated case – Lay v. Costa (C