Who's getting sued: September 19, 2017

These corporate claims were filed with the BC Supreme Court registry in Vancouver. Information is derived from notices of civil claim. Civil claims have not ...
These corporate claims were filed with the BC Supreme Court registry in Vancouver. Information is derived from notices of civil claim. Civil claims have not been tested or proven in court.  

Defendants

North American Seafood Inc. and Dexian Zhou and Fulton Holdings Ltd. and Evan Yih-Wen Liou and Ivy Laishan Liou

Plaintiff

Dongqiang Yang aka Yang Dongqiang

Claim

$399,966 for the return of a shareholder loan fraudulently obtained from plaintiff through defendants’ representations that his permanent residency application was guaranteed.

Defendant

Gary Kuramoto, personally and as trustee of the Kuramoto Family Trust

Plaintiff

Grayson Management Group Inc.

Claim

$281,270 for debt.

Defendants

Raven Homes Ltd. dba Raven Island Homes Ltd. and Harvey Charles Brann and Linda Marie Brann

Plaintiff

Royal Bank of Canada

Claim

$195,217 for debt.

Defendants

Mountain Landco Ltd. and Dyna Developments Ltd. and Intercoast Construction Ltd. and Intercoast Utilities Ltd. and Raytex Holdings Ltd. and Sunland Utilities Ltd.

Plaintiff

Travelers Insurance Co. of Canada

Claim

$64,777 for repair costs related to a home warranty claim.

Defendants

Gurpreet S. Ghuman and Jagjeet Kaur Ghuman and Karen Transport Ltd. and King’s Pizza & Curry House Ltd.

Plaintiff

Bravas Financial Fund A Inc.

Claim

$55,250 for debt.

Defendant

Jennifer Clyne

Plaintiff

Raymond James Investment Counsel Ltd.

Claim

$45,267 for debt.

Defendant

Tri City Canada Inc.

Plaintiff

All-West Glass Edmonton Ltd.

Claim

$44,716 for windows and glazing services.

Defendant

Green Mountain Jade Inc.

Plaintiff

Peak Communicators Ltd.

Claim

$42,020 for public relations services.

Defendant

Scandinavian Building Services Ltd.

Plaintiff

George Berger

Claim

$26,866 for a settlement agreement.

Defendants

Pressed Metal Products Ltd. and Gregory David Trammell and Alan Robert Trammell and Ball Packaging Products Canada Corp.

Plaintiffs

Cottingham Developments Ltd. and 1896 Holdings Ltd.

Claim

Damages for nuisance for land contamination by defendants’ neighbouring metal manufacturing operation.

Defendants

Adera Development Corp. and Seven30 Adera Projects Ltd. and The Owners, Strata Plan EPS 1945 and Trane Canada ULC and Cobing Building Solutions Ltd. dba C&C Electrical/Mechanical and ABC Cos. and Does

Plaintiffs

Ava Music & Art Centre Ltd. and 1021966 B.C. Ltd.

Claim

Damages arising from floods caused by a defective HVAC system.

Defendants

Janet Wilson and 1924326 Alberta Ltd.

Plaintiff

Synvix Investments Inc.

Claim

Damages for breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty for misappropriation of confidential information by defendants belonging to a partnership with plaintiff.

Defendants

C & C Electrical Mechanical and ABC Co. and John Doe

Plaintiffs

Shin Park and Won Sang Lee and Siraj Majumdar and Alaknanda Majumdar and Ming Hsuan Hsieh and Nari Jeong and Eui Yong Yu and Jeong Yim Yu and Soo Jeong Yu and Soo Min Yu

Claim

Damages arising from a flood.

Defendants

Lillian K. Cameron and Corinne Tysson and Nori Dumas and Sam Schechter and Elena Manoma aka Elena Karamushko and Anne Djukic and Marsh & Marsh Inc. and Tompkins, Wozny, Miller & Co. and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and Vancouver City Savings Credit Union

Plaintiff

Halston Hills Housing Co-operative

Claim

Damages for fraud arising from plaintiff’s former president Lillian Cameron’s wrongful conversion of co-op funds through a fraudulent cheque scheme.

Defendant

McColl-Frontenac Inc.

Plaintiff

The Four-L’s Investments (1978) Inc.

Claim

Damages for nuisance arising from land contamination on the site of a former gas station.

Defendants

Qian Fan aka Sophie Fan and Ping Wang aka Peter Wang and Topsuccess Investment Corp. and Nanaimo Queens Hotel Ltd. and HDA Enterprise Inc.

Plaintiff

Xuefei Ding

Claim

Damages for fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, conspiracy and conversion after defendants duped plaintiff into investing $573,000 based on false claims of ensuring her acceptance into the B.C. Provincial Nominee Program for investor immigrants.

Defendants

Destiny Media Technologies Inc. and Destiny Software Productions Inc. and Sonox Digital Inc. and MPE Distribution Inc. and Hyonmyong Cho and S. Jay Graber and Fredrerick Vandenberg

Plaintiff

Steven Erik Vestergaard

Claim

Damages for wrongful termination and defamation after plaintiff was ousted as president and CEO of Destiny Software, a company he founded in 1991, based on defamatory and false allegations that he abused his position by using his company email account for personal business while having “unexplained absences from his office.”

Defendants

Travelers Insurance Co. of Canada and Pinnacle Broadway 2009 Development Partnership and Pinnacle International (Broadway 2009) Plaza Inc. and Pinnacle International Realty Group II Inc. and Howard Bingham Hill Architects and John Bingham and William May and GeoPacific Consultants Ltd. and Matthew Kokan and John Bryson and Partners and John Markulin and Poseidon Consulting Ltd. and Mark Graziar and Bell Consulting Engineers Ltd. and Leon Bell and Jason Bell and Sap Engineering Ltd. and Sinisa Pavlovic and Phase Mechanical Systems Ltd. and Phase Mechanical Installations Ltd. and Martin Hershberg and SRC Engineering Consultants Ltd. and David Gill and George Ghattas and B.C. Building Science Partnership and Chad Cranswick and Michael Saunders and WT Design Group Inc. and Wieslaw Motyka and Mondiale Development Ltd. and Cairns Electric Ltd. and Allan Window Technologies Inc. and Modern Systems Management Ltd. and Pacific Pre-Hung Doors Ltd. and Pacific Pre-Hung Doors (2013) Ltd. and Accurate Aluminum Ltd. and City of Vancouver and John Doe Consultants 1-9 and John Doe Contractors 1-37 and John Doe Dissolved Companies 1-2

Plaintiff

The Owners, Strata Plan EPS766

Claim

Damages related to construction deficiencies and breach of home warranty. 

Defendants

BEP Industries Ltd. and Fry’s Construction Ltd. and Despres-Pacey Insurance Brokers Ltd.

Plaintiffs

Teal Jones Lumber Services Inc. and Teal Jones Lumber Services Inc. dba Teal Jones Group

Claim

Damages for breach of contract and negligence arising from damage to plaintiffs’ equipment during assembly work.

Defendants

Robert Abenante and Emerald Power Consulting Inc.

Plaintiff

Waratah Capital Ltd.

Claim

Damages for breach of contract, misrepresentation and breach of fiduciary duty for improper management of non-party Blox Inc. as the company’s president and CEO.

Defendants

Robert Abenante and Emerald Power Consulting Inc.

Plaintiff

Blox Inc. 

Claim

Damages for breach of contract, misrepresentation and breach of fiduciary duty for improper management of Blox Inc. by defendant as the company’s president and CEO after a forensic audit revealed numerous unauthorized transactions and payments to defendants.

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