Covenant Law
 
Aldea Dos Vientos v. Calatlantic Group, Inc.

It is reputed that condominium projects have three
phases—planning, building, and the lawsuit. Obviously, this
case is an example of the third phase. We are optimistic there
are numerous condominium projects that experience only the
first two phases.
A condominium association sued the developer alleging
construction defects. The association’s governing documents
require... More...
   $0 (02-08-2020 - CA)

United States of America v. Dr. Rajendra Bhayani

Brooklyn, NY - The United States of America sued Dr. Rajendra Bhayani claiming that he paid kickback and and submitted false claims for reimbursment.

Dr. Rajendra Bhayani, an otolaryngologist, has agreed to pay the United States $1,109,000 to resolve civil allegations that he and his practice – New York Otolaryngology & Aesthetic Surgery, P.C. in Brooklyn and Queens – paid kickbacks and s... More...
   $1100000 (01-22-2020 - NY)

Ruben Gamerberg v. 3000 E. 11th St., LLC

In 1950 the owner of property in Boyle Heights agreed to
provide eight parking spaces to the owner of a neighboring lot
who wanted to build a warehouse exceeding the maximum
allowable square footage then permitted by the Los Angeles
Municipal Code (LAMC). A notarized parking affidavit
documenting the agreement was filed with the Los Angeles
Department of Building and Safety... More...
   $0 (01-22-2020 - CA)

PICTURE IT SOLD PHOTOGRAPHY, LLC vs SCOTT BUNKELMAN


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Employer is a business that provides photography and videography services for real estate professionals. In October 2016, Contractor was hired by oral agreement t... More...
   $0 (01-11-2020 - FL)

Bassel Ojjeh v. Stephen Brown

Defendants Stephen Brown (Brown) and Ignite Channel, Inc. (Ignite) solicited and
obtained $180,000 in investments from plaintiff Bassel Ojjeh to produce a documentary
film on the refugee crisis in Syria. Plaintiff later sued, claiming that no “significant” or
“substantial” work had been performed on the film, and that defendants had breached
their contractual obligations, defrauded... More...
   $0 (01-02-2020 - CA)

WARD-MEADE NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION v. SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN PALACE CHURCH, W.R. PORTEE EVANGELISTIC WORLD OUTREACH, INC.,


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In 1936, the Topeka Board of Education built Sumner Elementary School (the School). The School came to national attention as one of the segregated schools implicated in the landmark desegregation case B... More...
   $0 (12-30-2019 - KS)

SHARON K. BEICHLE and LARRY C. BEICHLE, Trustees of the SHARON K. BEICHLE TRUST and the LARRY C. BEICHLE TRUST; TAMI PRESTON and JAY PRESTON; and LORI BLAIR, v. JOHN ROHRBOUGH and TYDD ROHRBOUGH


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In 2002, the appellants formed Cornhusker Energy Lexington, LLC (CEL) for the purpose of constructing and operating an ethanol plant near Lexington, Nebraska. They sought initial investments fro... More...
   $0 (12-28-2019 - KS)

Jeremiah Mathews v. Happy Valley Conference Center, Inc.


Plaintiff Jeremiah Mathews worked as a maintenance supervisor and a cook for
defendant Happy Valley Conference Center, Inc. (Happy Valley), which hosts seminars,
retreats, and camps on a 30-acre property in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Happy Valley is
a subordinate affiliate of defendant Community of Christ (the Church). When a younger
male employee confided in plaintiff that Hap... More...
   $0 (12-16-2019 - CA)

Janes Wong, as Personal Representative, etc. v. Aaron Wong, as Personal Representative, etc.

Sylvia Tang (Tang) and Alan Chung Cheung Wong (Wong) married in 1999 and
divorced in 2011. During their marriage, Wong held a 48.5 percent interest and Tang
held an 11 percent interest in Asian Square Inc. (Asian Square), which owns and operates
Grand Century Mall in San Jose. On December 31, 2011, Tang and Wong entered a
marital settlement agreement (settlement agreement) that res... More...
   $0 (12-15-2019 - CA)

Long Beach Unified School District v. Margaret Williams, LLC

Long Beach Unified School District (the District)
appeals from the dismissal of its cross-complaint under Code
of Civil Procedure section 425.16, commonly known as the
anti-SLAPP statute. (See Wilson v. Cable News Network,
Inc. (2019) 7 Cal.5th 871, 880 (Wilson).) In 2006, the District
entered into a contract with respondent Margaret Williams,
LLC (Williams LLC), which had ... More...
   $0 (12-10-2019 - CA)

Association for Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs v. County of Los Angeles

The Association for Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs (ALADS)
appeals from a judgment following the trial court’s ruling
sustaining a demurrer to ALADS’s complaint without leave to
amend. ALADS sued respondent County of Los Angeles (County)
concerning the County’s alleged breach of a labor agreement.
The trial court sustained the County’s demurrer on the sole
ground that ALADS fa... More...
   $0 (12-03-2019 - CA)

Sarah Anderson v. City of San Jose

In this appeal we decide whether a California charter city’s policy for the sale of
surplus city-owned land is preempted by the state’s affordable housing law.
The dispute centers on the City of San Jose’s passage of City Policy 7-13 (Policy
7-13), which appellants Sarah Anderson, Joana Cruz, Urban Habitat Program, and
Housing California contend violates the Surplus Land Act (Gov. ... More...
   $0 (11-29-2019 - CA)

David Kanovsky v. At Your Door Storage

Contracts can allocate risk. When they do, they determine
who will insure against the risk, if insurance there is to be.
The contract in this case allocated risk. It specified that
the company was not responsible for water damage, and that
customers storing property with it did so at their own risk. The
contract offered insurance options to the customer. The
customers here ... More...
   $0 (11-26-2019 - CA)

Magic Carpet Ride, LLC v. Rugger Investment Group, LLC

Defendant and Appellant Rugger Investment Group LLC (Rugger) entered
into a contract to sell an airplane to Plaintiffs and Respondents Magic Carpet Ride, LLC
(MCR) and Kevin T. Jennings. Rugger deposited a lien release into escrow eight days
after the expiration of a 90-day period in which it was required to do so. The trial court
found Rugger could not claim substantial performanc... More...
   $0 (10-28-2019 - CA)

Miller Marital Deduction Trust v. Zurich American Insurance Company

The operative facts are taken from the complaint filed by plaintiffs Miller Marital
Deduction Trust, by and through its trustees Helen Miller and James Morris (Miller
Marital Trust) and Helen Miller, an individual (hereinafter also collectively referred to as
“Millers”), and the declarations and exhibits submitted in connection with Zurich’s antiSLAPP
motion.
A. Underlying Fede... More...
   $0 (10-22-2019 - CA)

Starview Property, LLC v. Stephen Y. Lee

In this acrimonious dispute between neighbors over a
driveway easement, defendants Stephen and Tracy Lee appeal
the trial court’s denial of a motion pursuant to Code of Civil
Procedure section 425.16, the anti-SLAPP statute,1 directed at
three claims plaintiff Starview Property, LLC asserted for the
first time in its first amended complaint. Although the Lees’
motion was ti... More...
   $0 (10-19-2019 - CA)

Blakely Mchugh v. Protective Life Insurance

This appeal raises one fundamental issue: whether Insurance Code sections
10113.71 and 10113.721 ("the statutes"), which came into effect on January 1, 2013,
apply to term life insurance policies issued before the statutes' effective date. In 2005,
Protective Life Insurance Company (Protective Life) issued William Patrick McHugh a
60-year term life policy (the policy) that provided... More...
   $0 (10-13-2019 - CA)

Paul Terrell v. State Farm General Insurance Company

The facts in this case are not in dispute. Appellants purchased a San Francisco
property in 2000 (Property). They initially lived at the Property and obtained a
homeowners insurance policy from State Farm. Appellants moved out and began renting
the Property in 2003. They contacted their State Farm agent to inquire about appropriate
insurance coverage for the Property. At their dir... More...
   $0 (09-30-2019 - CA)

Cinthya Olivares v. Rolando Pineda

Super. Ct. No. CIVMSC 17-02059)
Eric Meyers and Westpro Realty, Inc. (the attorney defendants) appeal from an
order denying their special motion to strike under the anti-SLAPP law. (Code Civ. Proc.,
§ 425.16.)1
They contend the claims asserted against them for wrongful eviction, misuse
of a security deposit (Civ. Code, § 1950.5, subd. (b)(1)), breach of the covenant of quietMore...
   $0 (09-26-2019 - CA)

Southern California Pizza Co, LLC v. Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London Subscribing to Policy Number 11EPL-20208



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Appeal from a judgment of the Superior Court of Orange County, Kim G.
Dunning, ... More...
   $0 (09-20-2019 - CA)

Shirli Fabri Weiss, as Trustee, etc. v. City of Del Mar, Torrey Pacific Corporation, Real Party in Interest



Shirli Weiss, as trustee for her trust, applied under a local scenic view ordinance to
compel a neighboring property owner to trim and maintain its landscaping. After the city
denied her application, Weiss petitioned... More...
   $0 (09-04-2019 - CA)

Pitzer College v. Indian Harbor Insurance Company

California’s notice-prejudice rule generally allows
insureds to proceed with their insurance policy claims even if
they give their insurer late notice of a claim, provided that the
late notice does not substantially prejudice the insurer.
(Campbell v. Allstate Ins. Co. (1963) 60 Cal.2d 303, 307
(Campbell).) In this context, we consider two narrow questions
from the United S... More...
   $0 (09-02-2019 - CA)

Victor M. Quiroz Franco v. Greystone Ridge Condominium




In March 2018, employees of defendant Greystone Ridge Condominium
(Greystone), including plaintiff Victor M. Quiroz Franco (plaintiff), were presented with
and asked to sign an agreement requiring that each employee agree to submit to final and
binding arbitration ... More...
   $0 (08-30-2019 - ca)

Robbie Emery Burke v. Vic Regaldo and Stanley Glanz




The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office (“TCSO”) runs the Tulsa County Jail (“the
jail”). In 2011, Elliott Williams was jailed there. Shortly after his booking, he severely
injured his neck, causing lower body paralysis. No one treated his injury. Despite his
frequ... More...
   $0 (08-22-2019 - OK)

Yalila Lacayo v. Catalina Restaurant Group, Inc.

Defendants and appellants Catalina Restaurant Group, Inc., Carrows Restaurants,
Inc., Carrows Family Restaurants, Inc., Coco’s Bakery Restaurants, Inc. and Coco’s
Restaurants, Inc. (collectively, Catalina Defendants) appeal the partial denial of their
motion to compel arbitration. Plaintiff and respondent Yalila Lacayo (Lacayo) was an
employee of Catalina Defendants. Lacayo filed h... More...
   $0 (08-03-2019 - CA)

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