Hunter v. City of Anaheim


    YS team of Mary Childs and Meri Nacharyan prevailed in Orange County Superior Court on a Motion to Dismiss Plaintiff’s Complaint as to their client.

    Plaintiff brought forth her initial Complaint against the client amongst other defendants, alleging numerous causes of action for Negligence, Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress, Conspiracy, violation of California’ Unfair Competition Law,  and Violation of the CA DMV Code section 22568 , all arising from the towing of her motor vehicle from a parking lot in Anaheim, California.

    After allowing Plaintiff numerous chances to amend her complaint, the Court sustained Plaintiff’s Third (and subsequently and improperly filed Fourth) Amended Complaint against Ms. Childs and Ms. Nacharyan’s client without leave to amend on the grounds that Plaintiff failed to plead essential elements, failed to state facts sufficient to constitute causes of actions, and Plaintiff’s claims were barred by the statute of limitations.

    A motion to dismiss was subsequently filed and granted.

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