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2022.05.23 OSC Re Contempt, Motion for Terminating Sanctions 454
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Swope, Raymond
Hearing Date: 2022.05.23
Excerpt: ... Serramonte (“Defendant”) for Failure to Arbitrate, is DENIED. On November 21, 2019, the parties entered into a “Stipulation To Submit This Matter To Binding Arbitration” (“Stipulation”). (Liberty Decl., Exh. 1.) The Stipulation was approved by the Court on November 22, 2019 (“Order”). (Ibid.) Plaintiff brings this Motion contending that Defendant failed to participate in binding arbitration pursuant to the Stipulation and Order. ...
2022.05.23 Demurrer to SAC 457
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Swope, Raymond
Hearing Date: 2022.05.23
Excerpt: ...tract Plaintiff alleges that Defendant “breached the contract in violation of Section 4 Subsection 2 of the Terms of Use, Section 12 Subsection 2 of the Advertising Policies, and Section 7 Subsection e of the Facebook Platform Terms by cancelling Plaintiff's account when Plaintiff had done nothing to merit such cancellation.” SAC, ¶12. Section 4 Subsection 2 of the Terms of Use provides, in relevant part: If we determine that you have clearl...
2022.05.19 Motion to Set Aside Default, Judgment 191
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Chou, Danny
Hearing Date: 2022.05.19
Excerpt: ...e neglect under Code of Civil Procedure section 473, subdivision (b). According to Defendant, he was not aware of these proceedings because he did not receive a copy of the Complaint. (Corrected Chin Decl., ¶ 5) In light of statements set forth in Defendant's declaration, the Court finds that his motion should be granted pursuant to Code of Civil Procedure section 473.5. That section provides that “When service of a summons has not resulted in...
2022.05.19 Motion to Compel Further Responses 193
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Chou, Danny
Hearing Date: 2022.05.19
Excerpt: ...nd denied as to RFP Nos. 7, 12, 13, 17, and 18. As a threshold matter, Defendant has waived her objections to the RFPs. Plaintiff's RFPs, Set One were served on July 29, 2021 with responses due on October 1, 2021. (Achermann Decl., ¶ 3.) Defendant did not, however, serve her responses on October 1, 2021, and no extension of time to respond was sought by Defendant. (Id., ¶ 4.) Instead, Defendant served her responses on November 5, 2021, 35 days ...
2022.05.19 Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings 987
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Chou, Danny
Hearing Date: 2022.05.19
Excerpt: ... the Court takes judicial notice of the pleadings and docket in that case, which both parties have referenced in their papers. (See Larson v. UHS of Rancho Springs, Inc. (2014) 230 Cal.App.4th 336, 343 [when ruling on a demurrer, a court may take judicial notice of the plaintiffs' prior pleadings and positions in the same action as well as those from prior lawsuits].) The parties appear to agree that the statute of limitations governing Plaintiff...
2022.05.19 Application for Preliminary Injunction 022
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Chou, Danny
Hearing Date: 2022.05.19
Excerpt: ...D DEBORAH CHANG REVOCABLE TRUST; and DOES 1‐20, incluaive, Defendants. ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) Case No.: 22‐CIV‐00022 Assigned for All Purposes to Hon. Danny Y. Chou ORDER GRANTING APPLICATION FOR PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION Plaintiff Pacific Gas and Electric Company's (PG&E) Application for Preliminary Injunction re: Court's Order to Show Cause (Application) came for hearing before this Court on May 19, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. All parties appea...
2022.05.18 Motion to Vacate and Set Aside Default Judgment 981
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Weiner, Marie S
Hearing Date: 2022.05.18
Excerpt: ...denying Shaw‐Owens' motion to vacate judgment pursuant to Code of Civil Procedure Section 473(d) (arguing Shaw‐Owens was never personally served with the Summons and Complaint, and thus the default Judgment is “void” under Sect. 473(d)). With the prior motion having been denied, Defendant asks the Court to set the Judgment aside on equitable grounds, after the time limit for seeking relief under Sect. 473 has elapsed. Although the Court h...
2022.05.18 Motion to Set Aside and Vacate Void Default Judgment 682
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Weiner, Marie S
Hearing Date: 2022.05.18
Excerpt: ...ndant argues that the amount awarded by the default judgment exceeds the amount sought by Plaintiff's Complaint. Taking judicial notice of the Complaint filed August 14, 2008 as a record of this Court pursuant to Cal. Evidence Code §452(d), it seeks damages in the principal sum of $ 16,918.02, plus interest thereon at the rate often percent (10%) per annum from October 19, 2007, and reasonable attorney's fees and costs. These damages pleaded in ...
2022.05.18 Demurrers to FAC 731
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Weiner, Marie S
Hearing Date: 2022.05.18
Excerpt: ...aintiff's first cause of action. Plaintiff has explicitly pleaded violation of Civil Code Sections 2924 et seq. Plaintiff is not seeking to enforce Civil Code Section 2924m as a private cause of action – on the contrary, Plaintiff is alleging that Section 2924m does not apply; and it is Defendant that is asserting application of Section 2924m. Plaintiff has adequately alleged that Plaintiff was the highest bidder at auction, and entitled to the...
2022.05.18 Demurrer, Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings 037
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Weiner, Marie S
Hearing Date: 2022.05.18
Excerpt: ...o the Complaint is SUSTAINED WITH LEAVE TO AMEND as to the cause of action for breach of oral contract, and is otherwise OVERRULED. Defendant's Request for Judicial Notice is GRANTED as to Exhibits B, C, D, E, F and H. The Court may take judicial notice of the existence of judicial opinions and court documents, along with the truth of the results reached, in the documents such as orders, statements of decision, and judgments, but it cannot take j...
2022.05.17 Motion for Leave to File SAC 366
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Fineman, Nancy L
Hearing Date: 2022.05.17
Excerpt: ...prejudice and has not misled the other side, even if the request is delayed, the liberal policy of allowing amendments prevails and it is an abuse of discretion to deny leave in such a case even if sought as late as the time of trial. Higgins v. Del Faro (1981) 123 Ca1.App.3d 558, 564‐565. “The policy favoring amendment is so strong that denial of leave to amend can rarely be justified: ‘If the motion to amend is timely made and the grantin...
2022.05.17 Motion for Preliminary Approval of FAC and Representative Action Settlement and Provisional Class Certification 700
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Fineman, Nancy L
Hearing Date: 2022.05.17
Excerpt: ... Settlement is tentatively ruled upon as follows. This Court GRANTS preliminary approval of the Settlement as set forth in the First Amended Joint Stipulation and Settlement Agreement attached as Exhibit 4 to the Declaration of David Bibiyan (“Bibiyan”). On February 3, 2022, this Court filed a written order denying preliminary approval without prejudice and identified issues that the Court wanted addressed. On March 7, 2022, Plaintiffs filed ...
2022.05.17 Motion for Protective Order, to Quash Deposition 774
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Fineman, Nancy L
Hearing Date: 2022.05.17
Excerpt: ...ity”) is illegally collecting a Utility User Tax because the City Council failed to make the findings every two years required by the measure which enacted the tax that the utility tax is necessary for the financial health of the City. On calendar are multiple dueling motions regarding the scope of discovery, specifically depositions, that plaintiff may take in this case. Plaintiffs have filed motion to compel certain depositions and the City h...
2022.05.17 Motion to Strike 386
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Fineman, Nancy L
Hearing Date: 2022.05.17
Excerpt: ...ense counsel's declaration. However, it appears to the Court that the issues regarding “Enhanced Remedies—Willful Misconduct” and the unfinished sentence in paragraph 68 should have been resolved in a meet‐and‐confer process. It appears to the Court that the section entitled “Enhanced Remedies— Willful Misconduct,” which starts at paragraph 69 of the Complaint is meant to be an additional cause of action for intentional conduct. T...
2022.05.13 Motion to Vacate Renewed Judgment, Quash Writs of Execution, for Reconsideration of Claims of Exemption 438
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Foiles, Robert D
Hearing Date: 2022.05.13
Excerpt: ...Orders Determining Claims of Exemption and Order to Liquidate Securities, is DENIED. Plaintiff fails to establish that the Renewed Judgment is void. Plaintiff contends that the Renewed Judgment entered on August 18, 2021 is void because it was not entered within ten years of the Judgment. Plaintiff claims Judgment was entered on August 12, 2011. As support, Plaintiff relies on a comment entered in the Court's docket on August 12, 2011 that judgme...
2022.05.13 Motion for Summary Judgment 259
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Foiles, Robert D
Hearing Date: 2022.05.13
Excerpt: ...., Plaintiff's Statement of Additional Disputed Facts (“PF”), Nos. 20, 36‐38, 59, 62, 65‐66, 83‐91, 98. Summary judgment standard. A motion for summary judgment shall be granted if all the papers submitted show there is no triable issue as to any material fact and the moving party is entitled to judgment as a matter of law. Code Civ. Proc. Sect. 437c(c). A defendant has met its burden of showing that a cause of action has no merit if th...
2022.05.13 Demurrer, Motion to Strike 602
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Foiles, Robert D
Hearing Date: 2022.05.13
Excerpt: ...ependent claim in California for unjust enrichment. Unjust enrichment is synonymous with restitution. Levine v. Blue Shield of Calif. (2010) 189 C.A.4th 1117, 1138. The Demurrer is therefore SUSTAINED with leave to amend as to the eighth cause of action for unjust enrichment. Fraud Defendant argues that fraud is not pleaded with sufficient specificity because “Completely absent from the allegations are any affirmative statements made by Defenda...
2022.05.12 Petition for Review 140
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Chou, Danny
Hearing Date: 2022.05.12
Excerpt: ...ent. ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) Case No.: 21‐CIV‐04140 Assigned for All Purposes to Hon. Danny Y. Chou ORDER DENYING PETITION FOR REVIEW Petitioner Savannah J. Phillips was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI). (Administrative Record (AR) 61.) Following an administrative hearing in which Phillips presented evidence, the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) suspended her driver's license. (AR 3.) Phillips then filed this Peti...
2022.05.12 Motion to Compel Arbitration and Stay Action 624
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Chou, Danny
Hearing Date: 2022.05.12
Excerpt: ...ant to a Retail Installment Sales Contract (Contract). (Keithly Decl., ¶ 2 & ex. A.) The only signatories to the Contract are Sunnyvale Ford and Plaintiff. (See id., ex. A.) Neither FMC nor Towne, which attempted to repair the vehicle as FMC's representative, is a signatory. (Ibid.) The Contract contains an arbitration provision, which states in relevant part that: “Any claim or dispute, whether in contract, tort, statute or otherwise (includi...
2022.05.10 Motion for Leave to File Amended Complaint 632
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Fineman, Nancy L
Hearing Date: 2022.05.10
Excerpt: ...nce per se, and a survival claim. Plaintiff also seeks to add Vaishali Bhardwaj as a defendant. According to the declaration of Plaintiff's counsel, further investigation revealed additional facts relevant to the Complaint after counsel substituted into this case in September 2021. Sachs Decl., ¶ 4. Requests to amend are to be liberally granted. Nestle v. City of Santa Monica (1972) 6 Ca1.3d 920, 939. When amendment would not prejudice and has n...
2022.05.10 Demurrer to FAC 722
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Fineman, Nancy L
Hearing Date: 2022.05.10
Excerpt: ...cal Rule 3.403 for the April 19, 2022 hearing. The Court SUSTAINS without leave to amend Defendant Twitter, Inc.'s demurrer to the complaint. The Court GRANTS Defendant's Request for Judicial Notice: Pursuant to Evidence Code §452(d), the Court may take judicial notice of court records, but only as to the fact that these documents were filed in the federal court in a case by Plaintiff against Defendant and not the contents therein, which are hea...
2022.05.09 Motion to Compel Release of Cell Phone Records 067
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Swope, Raymond
Hearing Date: 2022.05.09
Excerpt: ...e motion to compel Plaintiff to sign a release authorizing production of cell phone records on October 15, 2020. Yakubova Decl., ¶3. Plaintiff argues that while the parties did attend an IDC, that was for disclosure of records for Plaintiff's phone number (650) 518‐ 4905, and did not concern the release of records associated with the phone numbers which are subject to the present motion, [650‐630‐7711; 650‐ 267‐9474; 650‐278‐0531; ...
2022.05.09 Motion to Amend Complaint 379
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Swope, Raymond
Hearing Date: 2022.05.09
Excerpt: ...Court's task is to determine whether the Certificates (under seal) contain “one or more facts corroborative of one or more of the charging allegations against a defendant or defendants . . . .” (Code of Civ. Proc. § 340.1, subd. (m)(1).) Plaintiff's Certificate of Corroboration as to Defendant Doe 2 sets forth facts describing Plaintiff's attendance at Doe 1 recreational activities, where Plaintiff was supervised by Doe 2. The Certificate de...
2022.05.05 Demurrer 147
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Chou, Danny
Hearing Date: 2022.05.05
Excerpt: ...NED WITHOUT LEAVE TO AMEND. Defendants demur to the Second Cause of Action for Tortious Interference with Contractual Relations and the Third Cause of Action for Intentional Interference with Prospective Economic Advantage on the ground that Plaintiff failed to state facts sufficient to support a claim. The Court agrees. “California recognizes a cause of action against noncontracting parties who interfere with the performance of a contract. ‘...
2022.05.04 Demurrer 568
Location: San Mateo
Judge: Weiner, Marie S
Hearing Date: 2022.05.04
Excerpt: ...ments or the matters asserted therein, pursuant to Evidence Code section 452(h). First, Defendants fail to establish that the Complaint is barred by the statute of limitations under Commercial Code section 3118(b). This statute of limitations provides that “if demand for payment is made to the maker of a note payable on demand, an action to enforce the obligation of a party to pay the note shall be commenced within six years after the demand....

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