Liens Law
Kamyar R. Shayan v. Spine Care and Orthopedic Physicians

Plaintiff and Respondent Kamyar Shayan filed an
interpleader action to resolve claims about a disputed $19,365
sum. Two claimants and defendants had notice of the trial date
but failed to appear. The court conducted the trial, adjudicated
the case on the merits, and entered judgment. Later these
claimants filed a motion for relief under the mandatory provision
of subdivisio... More...
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Weaner & Assocs., L.L.C. v. 369 W. First, L.L.C.

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Plaintiffs’ claims are based on what is now nearly an eleven-year attempt to collect on amounts that 369 owed for work that Plaintiffs performed in 2008. As noted, Whichard was t... More...
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Kisling, Nestico & Redick, L.L.C. v. Progressive Max Ins. Co.

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Darvale Thomas was injured in an automobile accident and hired a law firm, appellee, Kisling, Nestico & Redick, L.L.C. (“KNR”), to represent him. Todd Thornton was the alleged tortfeasor whose negligence ... More...
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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...
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Gregory S. Hood v. John David Gonzales

Defendant and appellant John-David Gonzales (Gonzales) appeals the orders of
the trial court that led to the disbursement of settlement funds to respondents Michael
Silvers, a law corporation (Silvers), Panish, Shea & Boyle (PSB), Michael W. Jacobs
(Jacobs), Case Advance (CA),1 Nexus Physical Therapy (Nexus), and Everence
Association, Inc. (Everence) (Silvers, PSB, Jacobs, CA, Nexu... More...
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Degginger owns a house on a lot in Topeka that has been in his family for several generations. Degginger lives elsewhere, and the property is not considered his homestead. In 2004, he received a line of cred... More...
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Meadowbrook Insurance Company v. Worker's Compensation Appeals Board and DFS Interpreting

Petitioner Meadowbrook Insurance Company (Meadowbrook), administrator for
Star Insurance Company, petitioned for writ of review of the Workers’ Compensation
Appeal Board’s (WCAB) decision on reconsideration that liens held by DFS Interpreting
(DFS) against Meadowbrook regarding unpaid invoices for interpreter services DFS
provided to Meadowbrook’s insureds were not foreclosed by DF... More...
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Regency Midland Construction, Inc. v. Legendary Structures, Inc.

A general contractor named Regency Midland
Construction, Inc. hired subcontractor Legendary Structures, Inc.
to do the concrete work for a new apartment building. Legendary
quit halfway through. Regency and Legendary sued each other.
Their dispute turns on the “retention” clause in the contract. The
trial court properly granted summary judgment for Regency and
dismissed Leg... More...
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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...
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In re the Marriage of Mark and Terri Bittenson, Mark Bittenson v. Terri Bittenson

Family law practitioners should read this opinion with the
following in mind: “[F]amily law court is a court of equity . . . .”
(E.g., In re Marriage of Boswell (2014) 225 Cal.App.4th 1172,
1174.) Appellate attack upon a discretionary trial court ruling is
an “uphill battle.” (Estate of Gilkison (1998) 65 Cal.App.4th
1443, 1448.)
Mark Bittenson (husband) appeals a pretrial ... More...
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United States of America v. Behzad Sabagh

Philadelphia, PA - Real Estate Investor Guilty of Bribing Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office Employee Sentenced

Behzad Sabagh, 37, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was sentenced to 1 month imprisonment, 9 months house arrest as part of 3 years supervised release, $30,000 fine and $... More...
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United States of America v. Behzad Sabagh

Philadelphia, PA - Real Estate Investor Guilty of Bribing Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office Employee Sentenced

Behzad Sabagh, 37, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was sentenced today to 1 month imprisonment, 9 months house arrest as part of 3 years supervised release, $30,000 fine... More...
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Sylvia Zepeda v. Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation

To protect homeowners, the Texas Constitution imposes a number of requirements before a lender may execute a deed of trust on a homestead to secure a loan. See generally TEX. CONST. art. XVI, § 50. At the same time, Texas courts have on var... More...
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United States of America v. Timothy Hood

Kansas City, MO - KC Man Sentenced for Stolen Vehicle Conspiracy

A Kansas City, Missouri, man was sentenced in federal court for his role in a conspiracy to steal high-end sport utility vehicles and pick-ups from out-of-state dealerships and transport them to Ka... More...
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Angele Lasalle v. Joanna T. Vogel

Here is what Code of Civil Procedure1 section 583.130 says: “It is the
policy of the state that a plaintiff shall proceed with reasonable diligence in the
prosecution of an action but that all parties shall cooperate in bringing the action to trial
or other disposition.” That is not complicated language. No jury instruction defining any
of its terms would be necessary if we were su... More...
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Wertheim, LLC v. Currency Corporation

We recount some of the facts from an opinion authored by
Division Five of this District in the second of two related appeals,
which we will call Wertheim III. (Wertheim, LLC v. Currency
Corp. (Aug. 25, 2017, B270926) [nonpub. opn.].)
In 2009, a jury in Department 44 of the superior court
found Currency liable to Wertheim for breach of contract, and
awarded it $38,554.48. Th... More...
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Arkady Berger v. Gary Varum

Plaintiff Arkady Berger sought to collect an underlying judgment against
defendant Gary Varum and his company, defendant Telesis Engineers, Inc. (jointly the
Varum defendants). Berger alleged the Varum defendants fraudulently transferred assets
to other defendants in an effort to avoid paying the judgment. While Berger’s
enforcement action against the Varum defendants and defendant... More...
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A House Mechanics, Inc. v. Michael Massey

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Tobias Kahan v. City of Richmond

Tobias Kahan purchased property in Richmond, California at a foreclosure sale.
Shortly before the sale, the City of Richmond (City) had recorded a “special assessment”
lien against the property for unpaid garbage collection fees, pursuant to a municipal
ordinance. When Kahan later sold the property, he had to pay the delinquent garbage
fees as well as administrative charges and esc... More...
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United States of America v. Askins & Miller Orthopedics, P.A., Roland V. Askins, III and Philip H. Askins

The IRS says it needs a preliminary injunction against Askins & Miller Orthopaedics—a serial employment-tax delinquent—to ensure that it gets its due as taxes continue to pile up. It could just wait for nonpayment and later seek a Case... More...
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James Todd Beacon and Dara Beason v. I.E. Miller Services, Inc.

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¶1 At issue is the constitutionality of a legislative enactment--23 O.S. 2011 § 61... More...
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In re: Earl Benard Blasingame

Church Joint Venture (“CJV”) appeals the bankruptcy court’s decision determining that a lawsuit had inconsequential value to the bankruptcy estate and allowing the Trustee, Edward Montedonico, (“the Trustee”) to abandon the lawsuit. The Blasingames1 filed a cross appeal of a p... More...
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Gold Forever Music, Inc. v. United States of America

The statute of limitations for a wrongful levy action cannot begin until there has been a levy that attaches to the property at issue. In this case, notices of levy in 2012 did not constitute levies on royalties generated after the notices were served. For the reasons set forth below, the st... More...
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United States of America v. Mark Hopkins

Dr. Mark Hopkins filed a motion under 28 U.S.C. § 2255 to vacate his 2010
conviction and sentence for tax evasion. Before his trial, the district court ordered him to
make monthly payments into the court’s registry to ensure he was complying with federal
tax law... More...
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