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Case Types: Intellectual Property - Copyrights | Intellectual Property - Infringement 

Case: L.A. Printex Industries, Inc. v. William Carter Co.; Meijer, Inc.; JC Penney Corporation, Inc.; Carson Pirie Scott & Co.; Macy's, Inc.; Kohls Corporation; Sears Holdings Corporation; Burlington Coat Factory Direct Corp.; Carter's, Inc., doing business as Carter's Children; Toys "R" US, Inc., doing business as Babies "R" US; Winmark Corporation; Aeropostale, Inc.; Ms. Bubbles, Inc.; Hammond Garment Manufacturing Co., Inc.; and Does 1 through 10

State: CA

Date: 2013-01-25

Experts: David E. Nolte C.P.A. (Los Angeles, CA) Economics

Summary: Plaintiff L.A. Printex Industries Inc., a Los Angeles-based fabric company, claimed that a copyrighted flower and petal design it created and owned were infringed upon when Ms. Bubbles sent a substan...

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Case Types: Contracts - Breach of Contract | Business Law - Unfair Competition | Corporations - Breach of Duty of Loyalty | Intentional Torts - Intentional Interference with Prospective Economic Advantage 

Case: Bryan Hooper v. The Fulcrum Group, Inc. / The Fulcrum Group, Inc. v. Bryan Hooper

State: CA

Date: 2012-10-03

Experts: David E. Nolte C.P.A. (Los Angeles, CA) Economics

Summary: In 2000, plaintiff Bryan Hooper was hired as a senior director at The Fulcrum Group, a consulting company that specializes in the medical industry. Hooper claimed that when he was hired, there was an...

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Case Types: Contracts - Breach of Contract | Negligence - Negligent Misrepresentation | Intentional Torts - Intentional Misrepresentation 

Case: Peter Allen and Allmed Systems, Inc. dba Lisa Laser USA v. HealthTronics, Inc.

State: CA

Date: 2011-11-04

Experts: David E. Nolte C.P.A. (Los Angeles, CA) Economics

Summary: Plaintiff Peter Allen, owner of Allmed Systems Inc., which was doing business as Lisa Laser USA in Pleasanton, distributed medical products that included surgical Revolix lasers, which are used to tr...

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Case Types: Medical Malpractice - Radiology | Medical Malpractice - Wrong Procedure | Medical Malpractice - Negligent Injection 

Case: Hamid Rashidi v. Franklin Moser M.D., Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Biosphere Medical Inc., and Does 1 through 100

State: CA

Date: 2011-09-02

Experts: David E. Nolte C.P.A. (Los Angeles, CA) Economics

Summary: On May 3, 2007, plaintiff Hamid Rashidi, 26, a business owner, presented to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center with a severe nose bleed. He was admitted under the care of Dr. Franklin Moser, an intervention...

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Case Types: Legal Profession - Malpractice 

Case: JP Hyan v. Geoffrey Gold, Olivia Goodkin, Rosslyn (Beth) Hummer, Frank D. Hobbs, Fred A. Fenster, Brian L. Davidoff, Rutter Hobbs & Davidoff Incorporated and Does 1 through 100

State: CA

Date: 2011-06-15

Experts: David E. Nolte CPA (Los Angeles, CA) Damage Analysis

Summary: In 1997, plaintiff JP Hyan, a vice president of client relations at Lowe Enterprises, entered into two agreements with Lowe that documented his change of status with the company, which among other be...

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Case Types: Intellectual Property - Lanham Act | Consumer Protection - False Advertising | Intellectual Property - Unfair Competition | Business Law - California Business and Professions Code 

Case: Pom Wonderful LLC v. Tropicana Products, Inc.

State: CA

Date: 2010-11-12

Experts: David E. Nolte C.P.A. (Los Angeles, CA) Economics

Summary: Plaintiff Pom Wonderful LLC, a grower and distributor of pomegranates and pomegranate juice, has marketed and sold POM Wonderful-brand bottled pomegranate juice and various juice blends since 2002. I...

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Case Types: Contracts - Breach of Contract 

Case: Michael I. Goldberg in his Capacity as Court Appointed Receiver for Worldwide Entertainment Group, Inc. and Other Entities v. Paris Hilton Entertainment, Inc. and Paris Hilton as an Individual

State: FL

Date: 2010-09-02

Experts: David E. Nolte C.P.A. (Los Angeles, CA) Economics

Summary: In 2006, Plaintiff Worldwide Entertainment Group Inc., a movie production company, and other affiliated entities, contracted with socialite and actress Paris Hilton to promote her appearance in the f...

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Case Types: Medical Malpractice - Negligent Treatment 

Case: David Magli v. Brendan John Carroll, M.D.; David Aaron Feldma, M.D.; Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

State: CA

Date: 2009-03-18

Experts: David E. Nolte C.P.A. (Los Angeles, CA) Economics

Summary: On June 20, 2006, plaintiff David Magli, 31, an attorney, went to the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center emergency room with complaints of abdominal pain, fever, nausea and tachycardia. A CT scan showed mul...

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Case Types: Fraud -  | Contracts - Breach of Contract | Corporations - Breach of Fiduciary Duty | Business Law - Usurpation of Corporate Opportunities 

Case: Eagle Real Estate, LLC; Eagle Real Estate Management Group, LLC; Randall J. Friend, Trustee; Gordon Mackenzie, Trustee v. Kenneth Melton; John McAlister; M Squared Partners, LLC; M2 Vallejo 178, L.P.; M2 Sacramento 301, LP; M2 Phoenix 1222, LLC; and Related Cross-Actions

State: CA

Date: 2008-02-06

Experts: David Nolte (Los Angeles, CA) Valuation

Summary: In spring 2006, plaintiffs Randall J. Friend and Gordon Mackenzie, members of the Eagle, LLC development and investment companies, had a discussion with the third member, Kenneth Melton, regarding Me...

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Case Types: Contracts - Fraud | Contracts - Breach of Contract | Contracts - Breach of Warranty | Business Law - Unfair Competition 

Case: New World TMT Limited v. Prediwave Corporation; Cyberlancet Corporation; Cybernova Corporation; Techstock Inc.; Warpera Corporation; Visionaire Technology Corporation; S.T.U.B. Satertainment Inc.; Athena Database Inc.; Pine Global Marketing Limited; Jianping "Tony" Qu, an Individual and does 1 through 25, inclusive.

State: CA

Date: 2006-12-28

Experts: David E. Nolte CPA (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: In May 2000, plaintiff New World TMT Limited, Hong Kong, entered into a series of contracts to purchase video-on-demand boxes from Prediwave Corporation, Fremont. The contract stipulated that New Wor...

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Case Types: Insurance - Breach of Fiduciary Duty 

Case: Security Title Agency Inc. vs. Linda Lorene Pope; Thomas E. Pope; and First American Title Insurance Company

State: AZ

Date: 2006-06-16

Experts: David E. Nolte CPA (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: On Oct. 20, 2003, plaintiff company Security Title Agency Inc., Phoenix, fired branch manager Linda Pope for allegedly being recruited by rival First American Title Insurance Co. and for helping them...

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Case Types: Contracts - Breach of Contract | Landlord and Tenant - Commercial Leases | Business Law - Breach of Duty of Good Faith and Fair Dealing 

Case: Russell Barnard v. City of Santa Monica, Santa Monica Pier Restoration Corp., William Spurgin

State: CA

Date: 2005-09-27

Experts: David E. Nolte CPA (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: In 1992, the city of Santa Monica, through its agent, the Santa Monica Pier Restoration Corp. (SMPRC), approved plaintiff developer/restaurateur Russell Barnard's concept drawing plans to build a res...

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Case Types: Fraud -  | Partnership - Dissolution | Contracts - Oral Agreement | Contracts - Breach of Contract | Intellectual Property - Trade Secrets | Corporations - Breach of Fiduciary Duty | Business Law - Breach of Duty of Good Faith and Fair Dealing 

Case: Jerome Dahan and Michael Glasser v. Peter Koral and L'Koral, Inc. Cross-complaint: Peter Koral and L'Koral, Inc. v. Jerome Dahan, Michael Glasser and D.A.D.S. Denim, Inc.

State: CA

Date: 2004-09-09

Experts: David E. Nolte CPA (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: In early 2000, plaintiff Jerome Dahan, a clothing designer, and his partner, plaintiff Michael Glasser, had an idea to design a line of denim jeans but did not have the capital to manufacture or mark...

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Case Types: Medical Malpractice - Misdiagnosis | Medical Malpractice - Cancer Diagnosis | Medical Malpractice - Failure to Detect 

Case: John Doe and the Estate of Jane Doe v. Unnamed Family Practitioner, Unnamed Radiologist and Unnamed Medical Practice

State: CA

Date: 2004-06-02

Experts: David E. Nolte CPA (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: The plaintiff's decedent, a 58-year-old businesswoman, had a long history as a patient of the defendant family practitioner. In 1990, she had a chest X-ray that appeared normal. In 1996, she had anot...

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Case Types: Intentional Torts - Libel | Contracts - Breach of Contract | Business Law - Unfair Trade Practices 

Case: InternetFuel.com v. Overture Services, Inc.

State: CA

Date: 2003-06-04

Experts: David E. Nolte CPA (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: Overture Services, which was formerly known as GoTo.com, is a publicly-traded company that pioneered the concept of pay-for-placement search results on the Internet. Overture would contract with adve...

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Case Types: Contracts - Breach of Contract | Intellectual Property - Trademarks 

Case: Watec Co. Ltd. v. Chia Liu and Watec America Corp. Counter-claim: Chia Liu and Watec America Corp. v. Watec Co. Ltd. and Genwac, Inc.

State: CA

Date: 2003-03-13

Experts: David E. Nolte CPA (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: Plaintiff Watec Co. Ltd., a Japanese corporation, manufactures and sells specialized compact security cameras under the trademarks WATEC and WAT. Watec entered an exclusive distribution agreement wit...

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Case Types: Intellectual Property - Trademarks 

Case: Brookfield Communications, Incorporated v. West Coast Entertainment Corporation

State: CA

Date: 1999-09-20

Experts: David Nolte (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: 1/99-2/99, Plaintiff owns a federal trademark and service mark registration for mark MOVIEBUFF, which it uses to designate a searchable entertainment database and related software. Defendant register...

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Case Types: Contracts - Breach of Contract 

Case: Gerald E. Dalrymple, M.D. and Gerald E. Dalrymple, M.D., Inc. v. Primedex Health Systems, Inc., Howard Berger, M.D. and Diagnostic Imaging Services, Inc.

State: CA

Date: 1999-08-20

Experts: David Nolte (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: Prior to February 18, 1994, the practice of plaintiff Gerald E. Dalrymple, a 52-year-old radiologist, was owned by Advanced Diagnostic Imaging (ADI) doing business as Parkside Radiology MRI ("Parksid...

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Case Types: Contracts - Breach of Contract 

Case: AltaMed Health Services Corporation vs. Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital, Inc. and Inter Health Corporation

State: CA

Date: 1998-01-16

Experts: David E. Nolte CPA (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: July 1992 - June 1996, plaintiff in this case was a nonprofit provider of adult day care services (ADC). Defendant Presbyterian was a nonprofit hospital in Whittier. Inter Health was Presbyterian's p...

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Case Types: Contracts - Breach of Contract 

Case: Goodring International, Inc. vs. Harry Wu, Fong Wu, Danny Wu and Hank Wu

State: CA

Date: 1997-06-19

Experts: David Nolte (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: Facts: 91/92: Beginning in 1991, Harry Wu, Fong Wu, Danny Wu and Hank Wu, and their family super market business, Hoa Binh, Inc., borrowed several million dollars from Goodring International, a Calif...

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Case Types: Land Use - Eminent Domain | Government - Eminent Domain 

Case: Mid-Wilshire Associates v. Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

State: CA

Date: 1997-03-26

Experts: David Nolte (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: 1991 - 1994: Plaintiff, the owner of two 20-story office buildings at 3550 and 3580 Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles, sustained $25 million in damages related to the MTA construction of the Wilshire...

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Case Types: Intellectual Property - Copyrights | Intellectual Property - Infringement 

Case: L.A. Printex Industries, Inc. v. William Carter Co.; Meijer, Inc.; JC Penney Corporation, Inc.; Carson Pirie Scott & Co.; Macy's, Inc.; Kohls Corporation; Sears Holdings Corporation; Burlington Coat Factory Direct Corp.; Carter's, Inc., doing business as Carter's Children; Toys "R" US, Inc., doing business as Babies "R" US; Winmark Corporation; Aeropostale, Inc.; Ms. Bubbles, Inc.; Hammond Garment Manufacturing Co., Inc.; and Does 1 through 10

State: CA

Date: 2013-01-25

Experts: David E. Nolte C.P.A. (Los Angeles, CA) Economics

Summary: Plaintiff L.A. Printex Industries Inc., a Los Angeles-based fabric company, claimed that a copyrighted flower and petal design it created and owned were infringed upon when Ms. Bubbles sent a substan...

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Case Types: Contracts - Breach of Contract | Business Law - Unfair Competition | Corporations - Breach of Duty of Loyalty | Intentional Torts - Intentional Interference with Prospective Economic Advantage 

Case: Bryan Hooper v. The Fulcrum Group, Inc. / The Fulcrum Group, Inc. v. Bryan Hooper

State: CA

Date: 2012-10-03

Experts: David E. Nolte C.P.A. (Los Angeles, CA) Economics

Summary: In 2000, plaintiff Bryan Hooper was hired as a senior director at The Fulcrum Group, a consulting company that specializes in the medical industry. Hooper claimed that when he was hired, there was an...

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Case Types: Contracts - Breach of Contract | Negligence - Negligent Misrepresentation | Intentional Torts - Intentional Misrepresentation 

Case: Peter Allen and Allmed Systems, Inc. dba Lisa Laser USA v. HealthTronics, Inc.

State: CA

Date: 2011-11-04

Experts: David E. Nolte C.P.A. (Los Angeles, CA) Economics

Summary: Plaintiff Peter Allen, owner of Allmed Systems Inc., which was doing business as Lisa Laser USA in Pleasanton, distributed medical products that included surgical Revolix lasers, which are used to tr...

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Case Types: Medical Malpractice - Radiology | Medical Malpractice - Wrong Procedure | Medical Malpractice - Negligent Injection 

Case: Hamid Rashidi v. Franklin Moser M.D., Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Biosphere Medical Inc., and Does 1 through 100

State: CA

Date: 2011-09-02

Experts: David E. Nolte C.P.A. (Los Angeles, CA) Economics

Summary: On May 3, 2007, plaintiff Hamid Rashidi, 26, a business owner, presented to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center with a severe nose bleed. He was admitted under the care of Dr. Franklin Moser, an intervention...

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Case Types: Legal Profession - Malpractice 

Case: JP Hyan v. Geoffrey Gold, Olivia Goodkin, Rosslyn (Beth) Hummer, Frank D. Hobbs, Fred A. Fenster, Brian L. Davidoff, Rutter Hobbs & Davidoff Incorporated and Does 1 through 100

State: CA

Date: 2011-06-15

Experts: David E. Nolte CPA (Los Angeles, CA) Damage Analysis

Summary: In 1997, plaintiff JP Hyan, a vice president of client relations at Lowe Enterprises, entered into two agreements with Lowe that documented his change of status with the company, which among other be...

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Case Types: Intellectual Property - Lanham Act | Consumer Protection - False Advertising | Intellectual Property - Unfair Competition | Business Law - California Business and Professions Code 

Case: Pom Wonderful LLC v. Tropicana Products, Inc.

State: CA

Date: 2010-11-12

Experts: David E. Nolte C.P.A. (Los Angeles, CA) Economics

Summary: Plaintiff Pom Wonderful LLC, a grower and distributor of pomegranates and pomegranate juice, has marketed and sold POM Wonderful-brand bottled pomegranate juice and various juice blends since 2002. I...

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Case Types: Contracts - Breach of Contract 

Case: Michael I. Goldberg in his Capacity as Court Appointed Receiver for Worldwide Entertainment Group, Inc. and Other Entities v. Paris Hilton Entertainment, Inc. and Paris Hilton as an Individual

State: FL

Date: 2010-09-02

Experts: David E. Nolte C.P.A. (Los Angeles, CA) Economics

Summary: In 2006, Plaintiff Worldwide Entertainment Group Inc., a movie production company, and other affiliated entities, contracted with socialite and actress Paris Hilton to promote her appearance in the f...

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Case Types: Medical Malpractice - Negligent Treatment 

Case: David Magli v. Brendan John Carroll, M.D.; David Aaron Feldma, M.D.; Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

State: CA

Date: 2009-03-18

Experts: David E. Nolte C.P.A. (Los Angeles, CA) Economics

Summary: On June 20, 2006, plaintiff David Magli, 31, an attorney, went to the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center emergency room with complaints of abdominal pain, fever, nausea and tachycardia. A CT scan showed mul...

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Case Types: Fraud -  | Contracts - Breach of Contract | Corporations - Breach of Fiduciary Duty | Business Law - Usurpation of Corporate Opportunities 

Case: Eagle Real Estate, LLC; Eagle Real Estate Management Group, LLC; Randall J. Friend, Trustee; Gordon Mackenzie, Trustee v. Kenneth Melton; John McAlister; M Squared Partners, LLC; M2 Vallejo 178, L.P.; M2 Sacramento 301, LP; M2 Phoenix 1222, LLC; and Related Cross-Actions

State: CA

Date: 2008-02-06

Experts: David Nolte (Los Angeles, CA) Valuation

Summary: In spring 2006, plaintiffs Randall J. Friend and Gordon Mackenzie, members of the Eagle, LLC development and investment companies, had a discussion with the third member, Kenneth Melton, regarding Me...

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Case Types: Contracts - Fraud | Contracts - Breach of Contract | Contracts - Breach of Warranty | Business Law - Unfair Competition 

Case: New World TMT Limited v. Prediwave Corporation; Cyberlancet Corporation; Cybernova Corporation; Techstock Inc.; Warpera Corporation; Visionaire Technology Corporation; S.T.U.B. Satertainment Inc.; Athena Database Inc.; Pine Global Marketing Limited; Jianping "Tony" Qu, an Individual and does 1 through 25, inclusive.

State: CA

Date: 2006-12-28

Experts: David E. Nolte CPA (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: In May 2000, plaintiff New World TMT Limited, Hong Kong, entered into a series of contracts to purchase video-on-demand boxes from Prediwave Corporation, Fremont. The contract stipulated that New Wor...

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Case Types: Insurance - Breach of Fiduciary Duty 

Case: Security Title Agency Inc. vs. Linda Lorene Pope; Thomas E. Pope; and First American Title Insurance Company

State: AZ

Date: 2006-06-16

Experts: David E. Nolte CPA (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: On Oct. 20, 2003, plaintiff company Security Title Agency Inc., Phoenix, fired branch manager Linda Pope for allegedly being recruited by rival First American Title Insurance Co. and for helping them...

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Case Types: Contracts - Breach of Contract | Landlord and Tenant - Commercial Leases | Business Law - Breach of Duty of Good Faith and Fair Dealing 

Case: Russell Barnard v. City of Santa Monica, Santa Monica Pier Restoration Corp., William Spurgin

State: CA

Date: 2005-09-27

Experts: David E. Nolte CPA (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: In 1992, the city of Santa Monica, through its agent, the Santa Monica Pier Restoration Corp. (SMPRC), approved plaintiff developer/restaurateur Russell Barnard's concept drawing plans to build a res...

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Case Types: Fraud -  | Partnership - Dissolution | Contracts - Oral Agreement | Contracts - Breach of Contract | Intellectual Property - Trade Secrets | Corporations - Breach of Fiduciary Duty | Business Law - Breach of Duty of Good Faith and Fair Dealing 

Case: Jerome Dahan and Michael Glasser v. Peter Koral and L'Koral, Inc. Cross-complaint: Peter Koral and L'Koral, Inc. v. Jerome Dahan, Michael Glasser and D.A.D.S. Denim, Inc.

State: CA

Date: 2004-09-09

Experts: David E. Nolte CPA (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: In early 2000, plaintiff Jerome Dahan, a clothing designer, and his partner, plaintiff Michael Glasser, had an idea to design a line of denim jeans but did not have the capital to manufacture or mark...

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Case Types: Medical Malpractice - Misdiagnosis | Medical Malpractice - Cancer Diagnosis | Medical Malpractice - Failure to Detect 

Case: John Doe and the Estate of Jane Doe v. Unnamed Family Practitioner, Unnamed Radiologist and Unnamed Medical Practice

State: CA

Date: 2004-06-02

Experts: David E. Nolte CPA (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: The plaintiff's decedent, a 58-year-old businesswoman, had a long history as a patient of the defendant family practitioner. In 1990, she had a chest X-ray that appeared normal. In 1996, she had anot...

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Case Types: Intentional Torts - Libel | Contracts - Breach of Contract | Business Law - Unfair Trade Practices 

Case: InternetFuel.com v. Overture Services, Inc.

State: CA

Date: 2003-06-04

Experts: David E. Nolte CPA (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: Overture Services, which was formerly known as GoTo.com, is a publicly-traded company that pioneered the concept of pay-for-placement search results on the Internet. Overture would contract with adve...

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Case Types: Contracts - Breach of Contract | Intellectual Property - Trademarks 

Case: Watec Co. Ltd. v. Chia Liu and Watec America Corp. Counter-claim: Chia Liu and Watec America Corp. v. Watec Co. Ltd. and Genwac, Inc.

State: CA

Date: 2003-03-13

Experts: David E. Nolte CPA (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: Plaintiff Watec Co. Ltd., a Japanese corporation, manufactures and sells specialized compact security cameras under the trademarks WATEC and WAT. Watec entered an exclusive distribution agreement wit...

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Case Types: Intellectual Property - Trademarks 

Case: Brookfield Communications, Incorporated v. West Coast Entertainment Corporation

State: CA

Date: 1999-09-20

Experts: David Nolte (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: 1/99-2/99, Plaintiff owns a federal trademark and service mark registration for mark MOVIEBUFF, which it uses to designate a searchable entertainment database and related software. Defendant register...

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Case Types: Contracts - Breach of Contract 

Case: Gerald E. Dalrymple, M.D. and Gerald E. Dalrymple, M.D., Inc. v. Primedex Health Systems, Inc., Howard Berger, M.D. and Diagnostic Imaging Services, Inc.

State: CA

Date: 1999-08-20

Experts: David Nolte (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: Prior to February 18, 1994, the practice of plaintiff Gerald E. Dalrymple, a 52-year-old radiologist, was owned by Advanced Diagnostic Imaging (ADI) doing business as Parkside Radiology MRI ("Parksid...

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Case Types: Contracts - Breach of Contract 

Case: AltaMed Health Services Corporation vs. Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital, Inc. and Inter Health Corporation

State: CA

Date: 1998-01-16

Experts: David E. Nolte CPA (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: July 1992 - June 1996, plaintiff in this case was a nonprofit provider of adult day care services (ADC). Defendant Presbyterian was a nonprofit hospital in Whittier. Inter Health was Presbyterian's p...

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Case Types: Contracts - Breach of Contract 

Case: Goodring International, Inc. vs. Harry Wu, Fong Wu, Danny Wu and Hank Wu

State: CA

Date: 1997-06-19

Experts: David Nolte (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: Facts: 91/92: Beginning in 1991, Harry Wu, Fong Wu, Danny Wu and Hank Wu, and their family super market business, Hoa Binh, Inc., borrowed several million dollars from Goodring International, a Calif...

Award: Subscribe to view the award

Case Types: Land Use - Eminent Domain | Government - Eminent Domain 

Case: Mid-Wilshire Associates v. Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

State: CA

Date: 1997-03-26

Experts: David Nolte (Los Angeles, CA) Accounting

Summary: 1991 - 1994: Plaintiff, the owner of two 20-story office buildings at 3550 and 3580 Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles, sustained $25 million in damages related to the MTA construction of the Wilshire...