CASE NAME: Hinrichs & Associates, et al. v. Beats Electronics, LLC, et al. CASE NO.: BC533089 HEARING DATE: 1/3/19 DEPARTMENT: 37 CALENDAR NO.: 4 DATE FILED: 1/13/14 FSC/TRIAL DATE: 5/29/18 (FSC), 6/5/18 (Trial) NOTICE: OK SUBJECT: Motion for Attorney’s Fees MOVING PARTY: Plaintiffs Steven Lamar and Jibe Audio, LLC OPPOSING PARTY: Defendants and Cross-Defendants Beats Electronics, LLC; Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young SUBJECT: Motion to Tax Costs MOVING PARTY: Defendants and Cross-Defe
Background Plaintiff Walter Lancaster sues defendants Beats Electronics, LLC, Andre Young, Jimmy Iovene, Sean Bouldin, and Apple Corporation, Inc. for damages. On December 22, 2017, plaintiff filed a complaint and on February 5, 2018, the operative first amended complaint for: civil conspiracy, intentional misrepresentation, misappropriation of trade secret, fraud deceit (against Andre Young), fraud deceit (against Jimmy Iovene), fraud deceit (against Sean Bouldin), fraudulent conceal
CERTAIN UNDERWRITERS AT LLOYD’S, LONDON v. ROCKWELL AUTOMATION, INC. Motions — Originally set for 5/15/18 MOTION FOR SUMMARY ADJUDICATION ON TIG INSURANCE COMPANY’S “EXPECTED OR INTENDED” AND “KNOWN LOSS” AFFIRMATIVE DEFENSES APPLICATION TO SEAL DOCUMENTS IN SUPPORT OF MOTION FOR SUMMARY ADJUDICATION ON TIG INSURANCE COMPANY’S “EXPECTED OR INTENDED” AND “KNOWN LOSS” AFFIRMATIVE DEFENSES APPLICATION TO SEAL CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION IN SUPPORT OF TIG’S OPPOSITION TO MERITOR, INC.’S MOTION FO
MICHAEL RYAN V. JBS CARRIERS, INC. MOTION FOR CLASS CERTIFICATION TENTATIVE RULING Grant motion for class certification, on an opt-out basis, with respect to the California Minimum Wage Class, the California Rest Break Class, the California Meal Break Class, and the derivative wage statement, PAGA penalty, and waiting time penalty classes (to the extent these latter three classes are derivative of the California Minimum Wage Class, the California Rest Break Class, the California Meal Break
SUBJECT: Motion for approval and entry of consent judgment Moving Party: Plaintiff Consumer Advocacy Group, Inc. Resp. Party: None Plaintiff’s motion is GRANTED. BACKGROUND: Plaintiff commenced this action on 1/24/17 against defendants for civil penalties and injunctive relief. Plaintiff alleges that defendants distributed and sold products containing lead without the required warnings. ANALYSIS: Procedural Analysis An action pursuant to California Health and Safety Code section 25249
ETMAN v. THE GAP, INC. MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION OF DEFENDANT’S DEMURRER TO PLAINTIFF’S THIRD AMENDED COMPLAINT FINAL RULING Grant motion for reconsideration based on “new law” handed down subsequent to the Court’s November 1, 2016 Ruling and Order sustaining the demurrer to the TAC without leave; upon reconsideration, modify the November 1, 2016 order sustaining the demurrer to the TAC without leave to amend, and enter a new and different order overruling the demurrer, and requiring Defen
The court denies defendant David Delman's motion to vacate a void order or judgment re: contingency fee. Defendant's motion essentially is a motion for reconsideration of multiple previous orders entered in this case. Defendant has failed to comply with the requirements of Code of Civil Procedure Section 1008 with respect to such a motion for reconsideration.The Clerk shall give notice of the court's ruling.
STAPLES WAGE AND HOUR CASES LAWSON V. STAPLES CONTRACT AND COMMERCIAL, INC. MOTION FOR CLASS CERTIFICATION TENTATIVE RULING 1. With respect to the elements for class certification as to the class itself, the Court defers an order on the motion for class certification, to allow Plaintiff to provide further briefing on a concrete trial plan, without which the Court cannot find the superiority component satisfied. 2. Plaintiff has not demonstrated by substantial evidence that the elements fo
Case Number: BC600260 JAMES GOSS ET AL VS ANDERSON ROZENA H TRUST ET AL Filing Date: 11/04/2015 Case Type: Intentional PI/PD/WD (eg. assault) (General Jurisdiction) Status: Pending NOTICE OF TENTATIVE RULING AND PROCEDURE FOR SUBMISSION WITHOUT HEARING The parties may submit to the tentative ruling without appearing for the hearing if you follow these instructions: (1) If ALL PARTIES (except if no other parties have appeared, only Plaintiff) have read the tentative ruling and ALL PARTIES ag
No tentative to be posted.
No appearance is required under the following conditions: This case is declared Exempt from Case Management Program guidelines. Absent a request to appear and be heard for any matter on the Case Management Calendar, all tentative rulings shall become the final ruling of the court. The tentative ruling, or such other ruling as the court may render, will not become the final ruling of the court until the hearing. Unless otherwise ordered, the plaintiff shall give actual written notice of all fin
Ntc Of Mtn And Mtn To Amend Consent Judgment Exhibits 1-4 On Req. For Judicial Ntc Matter on calendar for Tuesday, June 24, 2014, Line 13, DEFENDANT PACIFIC COAST BUILDING PRODUCTS INC.'S Motion To Amend Consent Judgment. Granted, no opposition filed. Any party who contests a tentative ruling must send an email to [email protected] with a copy to all other parties by 4pm stating, without argument, the portion(s) of the tentative ruling that the party contests. The subject line o
MOTION FOR SUMMARY ADJUDICATION Set for hearing on Thursday, June 9, 2011, line 5, DEFENDANT JACK NADEL, INC.'S MOTION FOR SUMMARY ADJUDICATION. OFF CALENDAR, DISMISSAL OF ENTIRE ACTION FILED ON MAY 17, 2011. =(302/LMG)
MOTION FOR SUMMARY ADJUDICATION Set for hearing on Friday, February 18, 2011, line 5, DEFENDANT MORRISON & FOERSTER LLP, MIMI YANG, PAMELA LENTZ MOTION FOR SUMMARY ADJUDICATION. OFF CALENDAR, DISMISSAL OF ENTIRE ACTION FILED ON JANUARY 25, 2011. =(302/LMG)
Notice Of Motion To Recall And Quash Execution And Vacate Levy Set for hearing on Thursday, November 5, 2009, line 13, DEFENDANT CHARLES NORDLINGER Motion to Recall and Quash Execution and Vacate Levy. Granted. No opposition filed. =(302/HEK)
MORRISON & FOERSTER LLP, A LIMITED LIABILITY VS. MEDIA RIGHTS TECHNOLOGIES, INC., A CALIFORNIA ET AL
MOTION For Extension Of Time For Response To Request For Admissions, Form Interrogatories And Request For Production Of Documents SET FOR HEARING ON MONDAY, MARCH 26, 2007, LINE 10. DEFENDANT HANK RISAN AND MEDIA RIGHTS TECHNOLOGIES, INC.'S MOTION For Extension Of Time For Response To Request For Admissions, Form Interrogatories And Request For Production Of Documents IS OFF CALENDAR, CALL AND RE-CALENDAR IN DISCOVERY DEPARTMENT. =(302/PJM)
Notice Of Motion And Motion To Seal Records Set For Hearing On Friday, January 5, 2007, Line 1. PLAINTIFF LABORATORY SKIN CARE INC, Z MANSOURI Motion To Seal Records, A HEARING IS REQUIRED. =(302/REQ/KD)
MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT OFF CALENDAR, MOVING PARTY TO CALL AND RECALENDAR MOTION IN DEPT. 306.MOTION TO BE HEARD BY JUDGE MCCARTHY.PARTIES TO LODGE COURTESY COPY. (302/PA)
Petition To Confirm Binding Arbitration Award GRANT-NO OPPOSITION FILED.(302/REQ)`
MOTION TO STRIKE 1ST AMENDED COMPLAINT MOTION TO STRIKE GRANTED WITHOUT LEAVE. PRAYER IS CONTRARY TO KRAUS VS. TRINITY (2000) 23 CAL.4TH 116, 137 AND CORTEZ VS. PUROLATOR AIR (2000) 23 CAL.4TH 163, 172. (PB)
MOTION Not Of Mot And Mot To Approve Proposition 65 Settlement And For Entry Of Consent Judgment;Mp&AsDecl Of William Verick In Support APPROVED PROVIDED FOLLOWING CHANGES ARE MADE: (1)JUDGMENT TO EXPRESSLY PROVIDE MONETARY RELIEF NOT RESTITUTION BUT PAYMENT IN LIEU OF CIVIL PENALTY AND TO FURTHER PROVIDE DEFENDANTS TO NOT TO GET CREDIT AGAINST FUTURE CLAIM FOR PAYMENT. INFORMATION PROVIDED AS TO CALIFORNIAN FOR ALTERNATIVES TO TOXICS SUFFICIENT TO MEET PROPOSED REGULATION 3203 RECIPIENTS INFOR
MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT OFF CALENDAR ACTION TRANSFERRED. (LC(EX)
MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT OFF CALENDAR MATTER BEFORE JUDGE MUNTER IN DEPT. 505.
Ntc Of Mo By Deft For Stay Of Proceedings, Calendar Motion: Stay Proceedings MOTION TO STAY DENIED. DEMURRER OVERRULED. (NR)
MOTION FOR WITHDRAWAL OF ATTORNEY OF RECORD GRANT.