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2018.12.21 Demurrer, Motion to Strike 159
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.21
Excerpt: ...s portions of a cause of action that are substantively defective on the face of the complaint. (PH II, Inc. v. Superior Court (1995) 33 Cal.App.4th 1680, 1682‐83; see also Code of Civ. Proc. § 437.) More specifically, a motion to strike should be granted to remove "any irrelevant, false, or improper matter inserted in any pleading," or where the pleadings are drawn in violation of a law, rule or court order. (Code of Civ. Proc. § 436....
2018.12.21 Motion to Amend Complaint 505
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.21
Excerpt: ...about November 21, 2017, following an altercation with his wife. (Compl. ¶ 13.) The deputies transferred Plaintiff to a Kaiser hospital where he was prescribed Ibuprofen prior to his intake with the Sheriff's Department at the main jail. (Compl. ¶ 14.) The following day, Plaintiff was in pain while incarcerated and was seen by correctional medical staff. Plaintiff was released later that same day. Defendant Maria Candalla R.N.'s demurre...
2018.12.21 Motion to Compel Compliance with Deposition Subpoena 845
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.21
Excerpt: ...worked as a para professional for Defendant Elk Grove Unified School District during the 2015‐2016 and 2016‐2017 school years. The case is currently set for trial to commence on February 25, 2019. The Sacramento County Sheriffs Department arrested Gollas on or about September 16, 2016 and conducted an investigation into the allegations of the complaint. Deputy Mark Francis, Badge #1490 and Detective Heidi Hampton, Badge #567 investigated the ...
2018.12.21 Motion to Quash Deposition Subpoena 613
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.21
Excerpt: ...ng parts of the 2014 and 2015 baseball seasons. Defendant served a business records subpoena on Wells Fargo asking for all of plaintiff's bank records for the period of time he was employed by the Rivercats. On September 7, 2018, Defendant Sacramento River Cats Baseball Club, LLC served Plaintiff with its Deposition Subpoena for Production of Business Records from Wells Fargo Bank, National Association c/o CSC ‐ Lawyers Incorporating Servic...
2018.12.20 Motion for Summary Judgment, Adjudication 643
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.20
Excerpt: ...ses liability) and negligence per se against numerous defendants in connection with injuries she sustained when she fell off a sidewalk at a Rite Aid. Defendants' separate statement includes the following. In 2007, Thrifty Payless, Inc. dba Rite Aid (“Thrifty”) approached PDC to develop a Rite Aid at 9260 Elk Grove Boulevard (the “Property”). PDC received final approval for plans, specifications and conditions from the City of Elk Grove o...
2018.12.20 Motion to Vacate Judgment Entered on Sister State Judgment 163
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.20
Excerpt: ...e underlying transaction between the parties concerned a loan to Defendants Mariya Chkuaseli and Durmishkhan Chkuaseli's business CargoTek which they personally guaranteed. Defendants argue that the sister state judgment from New York was premised on a confession of judgment which did not comply with due process and was not a knowing, voluntary and intelligent waiver of constitutionally required notice and a hearing before entry of judgment again...
2018.12.20 Petition to Correct and Confirm Arbitration Award 145
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.20
Excerpt: ...y 28, 2016 hearing with respect to a dispute between VSP and Respondent Gordon Epstein, O.D. regarding VSP's decision to terminate its contract with Dr. Epstein and seek restitution based on improper claims submitted and paid by VSP. The parties entered into a network doctor agreement (“NDA”) which contained a “Fair Hearing” provision which provided that in the event of a dispute as to any discipline imposed against a Network Doctor, the ...
2018.12.7 Demurrer 011
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.7
Excerpt: ...s from Oil Consumption Engine Defects including, but not limited to, “excessive oil consumption; improper burning/consumption of abnormally high amounts of oil; premature failure of the engine balance chains; premature failure of the fuel pump plunger seal; fuel leaks into the crankcase; rough running of the engine; engine run‐on conditions; loss of power; rough idle; and/or stalling” which “present a safety hazard and are unreasonably da...
2018.12.7 Demurrer 839
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.7
Excerpt: ... against EMSA and others, for age discrimination in violation of FEHA, “Whistleblower Retaliation and Harassment in Violation of FEHA”, disability discrimination in violation of FEHA, national origin discrimination in violation of FEHA, wrongful termination in violation of public policy and defamation. Plaintiff alleges that he was employed by EMSA in an IT position and was threatened with termination or demotion and denied promotions as a re...
2018.12.6 Motion for Leave to Amend 691
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.6
Excerpt: ... for other relief” is denied. Plaintiffs'/Cross‐Defendants' City of Elk Grove and the People of California's (“Plaintiffs”) request for judicial notice is granted. The Court received but did not consider the "reply" filed by Cross‐ Defendant Raj Singh. Mr. Singh has no standing to file a "reply" with respect to a motion brought by Defendant. On November 5, 2018, this Court granted Plaintiffs' special motion to strike Def...
2018.12.6 Motion to Strike (SLAPP) 699
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.6
Excerpt: ...ng on sexual harassment prevention on November 27, 2017, is GRANTED. (See Poseidon Devel., Inc. v. Woodland Lane Estates, LLC (2007) 152 Cal.App.4th 1106, 1117‐18.) In taking judicial notice of these documents, the Court accepts the fact that these articles were published and a hearing was held, but not the truth of their contents. (Id.) Defendant's request for judicial notice in support of her reply as to documents in the Court's file is GRANT...
2018.12.5 Motion for Final Approval of Class Action Settlement 835
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.5
Excerpt: ...69(g).) Defendant is a pet supply company with store locations in the State of California. Plaintiffs Olivia Angel and Herman Parker are former employees of Defendant. On June 23, 2015, Plaintiff Olivia Angel ("Plaintiff Angel") filed a Class Action Complaint for Damages ("Complaint") in the Superior Court of California, County of Sacramento against Defendant thereby commencing a putative wage ‐and‐hour class action (the "...
2018.12.5 Motion for Attorney Fees 361
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.5
Excerpt: ...d, fourth, and fifth causes of action. (ROA 36.) The District now seeks an award of attorneys' fees and costs incurred in bringing the special motion to strike and in bringing this instant motion for fees. The District seeks an award of $9,940 in attorneys' fees and $202.44 in costs incurred in preparing the underlying special motion to strike and this instant motion for fees. A prevailing defendant on an anti‐SLAPP motion is entitled to recove...
2018.12.5 Motion for Preliminary Injunction 187
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.5
Excerpt: ...of contract, and dual tracking pursuant to the Home Owners Bill of Rights. Civil Code section 2924.11 of the HOBR provides: (a) If a borrower submits a complete application for a foreclosure prevention alternative offered by, or through, the borrower's mortgage servicer, a mortgage servicer, trustee, mortgagee, beneficiary, or authorized agent shall not record a notice of sale or conduct a trustee's sale while the complete foreclosure prevention ...
2018.12.5 Motion to Compel Organization Structure for Deposition 467
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.5
Excerpt: ...n at the facility, Eskaton Fountain Wood Lodge (hereinafter "the facility" or "EFL") from February 24, 2012, to March 22, 2012. Plaintiffs contend that defendants administered Ativan to Ms. Lovenstein which acted as a chemical restraint and resulted in an overdose, constituting elder abuse. Plaintiffs also make various fraud claims as well as a negligent infliction of emotional distress claim against defendants, Eskaton, Eskaton P...
2018.12.5 Petition to Compel Arbitration and to Stay or Dismiss 047
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.5
Excerpt: ... the terms and conditions of her employment were governed by a Collective Bargaining Agreement ("CBA") between Delta Dental and the Professional & Clerical Employees Division of Local No. 856 ("the Union). (Id., ¶ 3, Ex. A.) The agreement contained the following provision "No employee or applicant for employment shall be discharged, disciplined, or otherwise discriminated against or denied promotional opportunities because of [.....
2018.12.4 Demurrer 985
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.4
Excerpt: ...ral negligence. (FAC p.3 ¶ 10(b).) Plaintiff also alleges that he suffered “emotional distress and racial profiling” and he seeks “57.28 Million Dollars” in damages. (Id. ¶ 14.) Plaintiff attached his original complaint which is essentially a single paragraph in which he claims that he suffered racial discrimination when Defendants would not cash a check he brought in for the full amount. The attached original complaint does not set for...
2018.12.4 Motion for Protective Order 887
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.4
Excerpt: ...igious standards because Defendant allegedly stuns the lambs prior to slaughter. Plaintiffs seek to certify a class of California consumers who purchased the allegedly mislabeled lamb products during the last four years. The parties have agreed to bifurcate discovery into two phases: class certification issues and merits issues. Plaintiffs served a PMQ deposition notice on Defendant which set forth 14 areas of inquiry. (Chase Decl. Exh. I.) The d...
2018.12.4 Motion for Terminating Sanctions 951
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.4
Excerpt: ...onses. Here the Court finds that the drastic remedy of terminating sanctions, is not warranted at this time. “The sanctions the court may impose are such as are suitable and necessary to enable the party seeking discovery to obtain the objects of the discovery he seeks but the court may not impose sanctions which are designed not to accomplish the objects of the discovery but to impose punishment.” (Caryl Richards, Inc. v. Superior Court (196...
2018.12.4 Motion to Compel Authorizations for Release of Records 395
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.4
Excerpt: ...allegedly suffered while at Defendant's facility. Dr. Damper refused to comply with the subpoena on the basis that it was not accompanied with either a patient authorization or a Court order. Defendant also issued a subpoena to Costco Wholesale Corp. with respect to Plaintiff's pharmacy orders also related to her claims of injury. Costco refused to respond. Defendant thereafter requested that Plaintiff authorize release of the requested records. ...
2018.12.4 Motion to Compel Further Responses 934
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.4
Excerpt: ...uch an oversized opposition memorandum. Nevertheless, and despite Defendant's objection, the Court considered the entire reply. In this putative class action, Plaintiff seeks to represent a class of all current and former hourly‐paid or non‐exempt employees who worked for Defendant within the State of California at any time during the period from April 27, 2014 to judgment. Plaintiff propounded special interrogatories 1‐4 which asked fo...
2018.12.4 Motion to Vacate Award 945
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.4
Excerpt: ...t to reconsider its May 4, 2018 decision related to ICC's licensing. ICC summarizes its argument as follows: On October 11, 2018, the First District Court of Appeal issued its decision in the matter of Contractors' State License Bd. v. Superior Court (Black Diamond Electric, Inc.) (Oct. 11, 2018, No. A154476) ___ Cal.App.5th ___ [2018 Cal.App.LEXIS 981, at *1]. The case was published on October 31, 2018. ICC advised the court of this new authorit...
2018.12.4 Motion to Compel Arbitration 565
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.4
Excerpt: ...ngful death cause of action. The action arises from the care the Decedent received at Defendants' facility. Defendants move to compel the action to arbitration on the basis that Janice Zacher (the Decedent's sister) signed an arbitration agreement (“Agreement”) in connection with the Decedent's admission pursuant to a California Healthcare Directive (“Directive”) designating her as the Decedent's healthcare agent to make medical decis...
2018.12.3 Motion to Disqualify Counsel, for Writ of Possession 577
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.3
Excerpt: ...igations under the purchase agreement and accompanying master lease. Plaintiffs filed the operative First Amended Complaint on October 5, 2018, alleging causes of action for breach of contract, breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, declaratory relief, intentional misrepresentation, rescission, libel, slander, trade libel, intentional and negligent interference with prospective economic advantage, intentional infliction of...
2018.12.3 Demurrer 687
Location: Sacramento
Judge: Brown, David I
Hearing Date: 2018.12.3
Excerpt: ...is unopposed. Defendants' request for judicial notice of the Settlement Agreement, which is attached as an exhibit to the FAC, is granted. In taking judicial notice of this document, the Court accepts the fact of its existence, not the truth of its contents. This action arises from the sale of residential property. The parties entered into a Residential Purchase Agreement on or about July 7, 2016. (FAC ¶ 8, Exh. A of Exh. 1.) After a dispute aro...

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