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Dominique Nghi Thieu

Dominique Thieu’s Legal Cases

8 total

  • Nguyen, et al. v. Tommy's T, Inc., Biandi Corp., Quan Doan, Anh Thi Dinh, et al.

    Practice Area:
    Litigation
    Date:
    Apr 02, 2010
    Outcome:
    Stipulated Judgment for $700K in favor of Plaintiffs
    Description:
    Represented Plaintiffs T. Nguyen and L. Nguyen. Plaintiffs had loaned monies to Defendants and executed promissory note. Defendants failed to pay back Plaintiffs and misrepresented their assets, etc., which Plaintiffs relied on to make said loans. Plaintiffs brought the following causes of action: breach of contract, fraud & deceit, civil conspiracy, etc.
  • Kanamoni, et al. v. Nguyen, et al.

    Practice Area:
    Litigation
    Date:
    May 06, 2011
    Outcome:
    Ruled in favor of Plaintiffs for Fraud, Quiet Title and damages
    Description:
    Represented Plaintiffs P. Kanamoni, N. Kanamoni and K. Hai. This matter involved forming a partnership for the operation of a bus line. The causes of action include: breach of contract, fraud, quiet title, dissolution of partnership, accounting, etc. The Court found that Defendants misrepresented and failed to disclose that there were no PUC license in place for operation of bus line, vehicles were not owned by them and that the vehicles were not in good condition. Plaintiffs invested monies and executed a note secured by real estate for their interests in the partnership. Court found in favor of Plaintiffs and dissolved partnership. Quieted title in favor of Plaintiff N. Kanamoni. Awarded recovery for Plaintiff K. Hai in sum of $21,000.
  • Lucasfilm, Ltd., et al. v. EZ2FLY, Inc., et al.

    Practice Area:
    Trademark Infringement
    Date:
    May 31, 2011
    Outcome:
    Confidential Settlement Agreement
    Description:
    Represented Defendants EX2FLY, Inc., and Le. Copyright and Trademark infringement of the "X-Wing" product.
  • Nguyen v. Pham

    Practice Area:
    Litigation
    Date:
    Jul 13, 2011
    Outcome:
    Stipulation for settlement in favor of Plaintiff for $80K; but Plaintiff agreed to reduced-payment of $50K if $25K paid within 30 days and $25K paid within 7 months.
    Description:
    Represented Plaintiff. Defendant (Plaintiff's former girlfriend) borrowed $80K during the course of the parties' relationship to buy a house. However, after the parties broke up, Defendant told Plaintiff that the $80K was his gift to her. We went to mediation and settled after 4 hours.
  • The People of the State of California, et al. v. Leason, et al.

    Practice Area:
    Litigation
    Date:
    Jun 28, 2010
    Outcome:
    The City and the operator entered into a settlement and stipulated to the settlement terms before Judge Monroe on June 28, 2010.
    Description:
    The City of Newport Beach sued a boarding house operator for violating the city's zoning provisions, which prohibits houses located within a single-family area to be subdivided. The operator owns three houses on a residential street zoned for single-family uses located in the East Santa Ana Heights neighborhood of the City. The City's zoning provisions require that residents of a house live together as a "single housekeeping unit." In addition to the allegations of violating the City's zoning code, the City also alleged violations under California's Unfair Competition Law pursuant to Business & Professions Code Section 17200. The City asserted that the operator subdivided each of the houses into "multiple dwelling units" and would advertise room vacancies as "studios." Each of the three houses would have up to six "studios." Various residents on the same street posted signs protesting the "studios," which are essentially apartment buildings in the middle of a street lined with single-family houses.
  • Rotor Concepts, Inc. v. XHELI, Inc., et al.

    Practice Area:
    Copyright Infringement
    Date:
    Sep 10, 2012
    Outcome:
    Settlement in favor of Plaintiff
    Description:
    Represented Plaintiff Rotor Concept, Inc. ("RCI" or "Plaintiff") who brought this action to prevent Defendants’ continued intentional and willful copyright infringement, trademark / trade dress infringement and false designation arising from Defendants’ blatant, knowing and willful importation and sale of the counterfeit remote controlled helicopter toys that copy Plaintiff’s copyrighted Igarashi Single-Person Helicopter — entitled "ID1" — ID1-SWAT.
  • Escobar, et al. v. Richard H. Trefflich, David R. Crosby, Jr., First Legacy Financial Group, Inc., et al.

    Practice Area:
    Consumer Protection
    Date:
    Aug 27, 2012
    Outcome:
    Stipulated Judgment in Favor of Plaintiffs
    Description:
    Represented Plaintiffs - the Escobars. Defendants are engage in a “mass-marketing fraud” scheme that uses one or more mass-communication techniques and technologies – such as the Internet and mass meetings in person – to present fraudulent solicitations to numbers of prospective victims.
  • Hoang v. Richard H. Trefflich, David R. Crosby, Jr., First Legacy Financial Group, Inc., et al.

    Practice Area:
    Consumer Protection
    Date:
    Aug 23, 2012
    Outcome:
    Stipulated Judgment in Favor of Plaintiff
    Description:
    Represented Plaintiff. Defendants are engage in a “mass-marketing fraud” scheme that uses one or more mass-communication techniques and technologies – such as the Internet and mass meetings in person – to present fraudulent solicitations to numbers of prospective victims.