The Docket: Local court roundup for 4.7.22

Chesterfield Circuit Court

Richard Emge v. Unique Pools and Spas, LLC a/k/a Unique Pools & Spas, LLC
Plaintiff says defendant breached an agreement to furnish and install an in-ground pool and other construction services, with deficiencies including incorrectly pouring/installing concrete, water leakage through the retaining wall and unfinished electrical work, and seeks a refund of $78,000.
Attorneys: P. George Eliades II of The Eliades Law Firm
Filed: 3/17/2022
CL22000882

Queen of Virginia Skill & Entertainment, LLC and POM of Virginia, LLC v. Jay Kishan, LLC d/b/a Lucky’s Convenience Store
Plaintiff says defendant has breached an agreement by removing its skill game from the premises at 14746 Village Square Plaza, Midlothian, and offering to customers other video game machines from competing manufacturers and distributors. Plaintiff seeks compensatory damages of $75,000 and preliminary and permanent injunctive relief.
Attorneys: Ian R. Dickinson and Jason C. Hicks of Womble Bond Dickinson US
Filed: 3/18/2022
CL22000893

Queen of Virginia Skill & Entertainment, LLC and POM of Virginia, LLC v. Paramveer, Inc. d/b/a Richmond Food Mart
Plaintiff says defendant has breached an agreement by removing its skill game from the premises at 6500 Jefferson Davis Highway and offering to customers other video game machines from competing manufacturers and distributors. Plaintiff seeks compensatory damages of $75,000 and preliminary and permanent injunctive relief.
Attorneys: Ian R. Dickinson and Jason C. Hicks of Womble Bond Dickinson US
Filed: 3/18/2022
CL22000894

Queen of Virginia Skill & Entertainment, LLC and POM of Virginia, LLC v. Raman Market, Inc. d/b/a Sam’s Market
Plaintiff says defendant has breached an agreement by removing its skill game from the premises at 2910 Turner Road and offering to customers other video game machines from competing manufacturers and distributors. Plaintiff seeks compensatory damages of $75,000 and preliminary and permanent injunctive relief.
Attorneys: Ian R. Dickinson and Jason C. Hicks of Womble Bond Dickinson US
Filed: 3/17/2022
CL22000895

Adapt Staffing Group, Inc. v. Avail Vapor, LLC
Plaintiff says it provided staff for defendant’s business, but defendant refuses to pay the $137,152.66 owed.
Attorneys: W. Henry M. Jones of CowanGates
Filed: 3/25/2022
CL22000992

Henrico Circuit Court

Stephen Leibovic, M.D. and Leibovic Virginia Hand P.C. f/k/a Virginia Hand Center, P.C. v. Comprehensive Hand Surgery Center d/b/a Richmond Orthopaedic Institute and d/b/a Richmond Orthopedic Center; and David Galpern, M.D.
Plaintiff says he and Galpern closed on an agreement on March 20, 2020, whereby defendant would buy most of the assets of plaintiff’s medical practice. Plaintiff says defendant has failed to pay part of the obligations due and made false statements on the home page of Virginia Hand Center that Leibovic was still associated with the practice, and the center’s Facebook page presents the false impression that Leibovic is the sole physician associated with the practice, and that defendants are still using his name and portrait without his written consent. Plaintiff asks damages of $233,000.
Attorneys: W.R. Baldwin III of Meyer Baldwin Long & Moore
Filed: 3/23/2022
CL22001813

Amy Godsey v. Katumbh, LLC d/b/a Travel Inn
Plaintiff says on Oct. 21, 2020, she slipped on a wet substance atop stairs leading to the Petersburg hotel’s laundry area, causing her to fall down several stairs and be injured. Plaintiff seeks damages of $500,000.
Attorneys: Theodore W. Briscoe III of Geoffrey R. McDonald & Associates
Filed: 3/30/2022
CL22001976

Queen of Virginia Skill & Entertainment, LLC and POM of Virginia, LLC v. Eesha LLC d/b/a Quick N Easy 2
Plaintiff says defendant has breached an exclusivity agreement by installing and offering to customers other video game machines from competing manufacturers and distributors at its premises at 7607 Brook Road. Plaintiff seeks compensatory damages of $75,000 and preliminary and permanent injunctive relief.
Attorneys: Ian R. Dickinson and Jason C. Hicks of Womble Bond Dickinson US
Filed: 3/31/2022
CL22002004

Richmond Circuit Court

Estes Express Lines v. Armand Flooring Products, Inc.
Plaintiff says the Florida corporation tendered 154 shipments of goods between May and September 2021 under a pricing agreement and has failed to pay. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $142,973.19.
Attorneys: John T. Husk and Jeffrey E. Cox of Seaton & Husk
Filed: 3/30/2022
CL22001291

Mark Johnson v. GPM Investments, LLC and GPMI, LLC
Plaintiff says on/about April 2, 2020, he slipped and fell in mud and other debris allowed to accumulate in the parking lot of Hawk’s at 3050 Williamsburg Road, sustaining permanent injuries. Plaintiff asks judgment of $250,000.
Attorneys: Craig B. Davis and Brooke Taylor of Reinhart | Harper | Davis
Filed: 3/30/2022
CL22001294

Shockoe Valley View Genesis, LLC v. Branch & Associates, Inc.
Plaintiff says defendant’s work performed at the Shockoe Valley Apartment project was defective, specifically the wood framing, trusses and windows were not constructed or supplied in accordance with plans and industry standards, causing water intrusion and property damages. Plaintiff claims damages of $500,000.
Attorneys: Matthew D. Green and Sean R. Mackin of Sands Anderson
Filed: 3/31/2022
CL22001297

Congregation Beth Ahabah v. Colonial Webb Contractors Company
Plaintiff, a house of worship at 1109-1125 W. Franklin St., says defendant performed deficiently on an HVAC renovation project beginning in 2017, and on a 3-year service agreement signed on/about May 31, 2019, alleging that defendant, among other things, installed dual-temperature water lines backwards at multiple fan coil units in the sanctuary and failed to install proper insulation on all piping, causing condensation and resulting damages. Plaintiff says defendant has failed to correct numerous deficiencies and seeks damages of $350,000.
Attorneys: Theodore I. Brenner and Joel W. Morgan of Freeborn & Peters
Filed: 3/29/2022
CL222001328

H. Louis Salomonsky v. Statera BioPharma, Inc. f/k/a Cytocom, Inc.
This is a confessed judgment of $223,212.
Attorneys: Jason F. Goldsmith of Miles & Stockbridge
Filed: 3/30/2022
CL22001335

Kathryn Topham v. Alpha & Omega Kids Development Services, LLC and Wilma Gutierrez
Plaintiff says she was employed as a dentist and was tasked with opening a new location in Richmond, and has not been compensated for hourly work performed between March 15 and May 4, 2021, or for work as a salaried employee between May 5 and June 30, 2021. Plaintiff asks damages of $61,079.33.
Attorneys: Joshua Erlich and Katherine L. Herrman of The Erlich Law Firm
Filed: 3/30/2022
CL22001421

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