What is the economic value of damages caused by revenge porn? Yes, only a lawyer would ask such a question, but it requires a jury to answer it. A July 2018 verdict from the Superior Court of Monterey County, California, in the case of Melgoza v. Pompey, 16-cv-003617 provides one answer to that question. The [...]
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Gonzalez v. City of Norwalk, 17 Cal.App.5th 1295, Cal. App. 2 Dist., Dec. 04, 2017, as modified on denial of rehearing (Jan 03, 2018), review denied (Mar 14, 2018) Scott Noya and Lee Roistacher of Daley & Heft, LLP prevailed for the City of Norwalk in a class action challenge to its voter-approved utility user [...]
Daley & Heft Partner Scott Noya represented the sellers of approximately 150 acres of desert property located on State Route 78 in the town of Glamis, California. The firm’s client, a family estate and trusts, owned the Glamis property for decades. Glamis, an unincorporated community in Imperial County, is one of a series of former Southern Pacific railroad stops along [...]
Daley & Heft Partner Scott Noya, representing private lenders, handled a loan refinance transaction for the historic Redwood Hollow cottages in La Jolla. Redwood Hollow is an enclave of historic redwood cottages, some dating back over 100 years, located in a garden setting hidden from view on La Jolla’s trendy Prospect Street. Redwood Hollow is [...]
Daley & Heft Partner Scott Noya assisted co-counsel in obtaining a $125,000 settlement on behalf of a 93-year old client after her La Jolla home was flooded. The client’s home suffered flood damages caused by a private contractor performing public infrastructure upgrades. After the client and her family submitted repair cost claims, the private contractor’s [...]
Daley & Heft Partner Scott Noya recovered $280,000 on a $200,000 promissory note for a business client who sold a gas station and car wash operation in Chula Vista but did not receive full payment from the buyer. Payment of a $200,000 portion of the business purchase price was conditioned on the buyer/new owner’s timely [...]
Daley and Heft Partner Scott Noya Wins for Port District in Complex Quiet Title Dispute of San Diego Bay’s Historic Tidelands Boundarydhadmin2018-08-13T20:46:52+00:00
Scott Noya won a complex quiet title case for the San Diego Unified Port District after a two-week bench trial in November 2017. Daley & Heft, on behalf of the Port District, teamed up with the State Attorney General’s office for the California State Lands Commission. Port District is trustee of the San Diego Bay [...]
Daley and Heft Attorneys Mitch Dean and Garrett Smee Team Up Again for a Defense Verdict in a FEHA Retaliation Casedhadmin2019-11-19T15:54:06+00:00
In the case of Flores v. City of Carlsbad (Case No. 37-2014-00015129-CU-OE-NC), Mitch Dean and Garrett Smee successfully defended the City of Carlsbad at trial. The plaintiff, Jesse Flores, a Carlsbad police officer, claimed he was subjected to generally bad behavior by a fellow officer and a supervisor. Ultimately, Flores complained that the behavior was [...]
Mitch Dean and Garrett Smee teamed up to win an employment case for the City of Carlsbad when the court granted nonsuit on plaintiff’s FEHA claim for disability discrimination and business interference torts. Judge Ronald Frazier in the North San Diego Superior Court, on August 1, 2017, granted nonsuit on all claims but one, after [...]
Plaintiff Raymond Goodlow, an African-American male, claimed that his constitutional rights were violated when he was shot in the face by a City of El Cajon Police Officer. On January 18, 2013, an El Cajon Police Officer attempted to stop Goodlow to inform him it was unsafe and illegal to ride his bicycle on the [...]