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Court Case Record Elie v. Kallie et al. B278267 UID(3891)


Elie v. Kallie et al. Court Case Record

Court Case Number: B278267


 
Case NumberB278267
Case TitleElie v. Kallie et al.
Case TypeCV
StateCalifornia, CA
CountyAll Counties
CourtAppellate Court
Court Address2nd Appellate District
Phone
Field Date10/13/2016
Close Date6/12/2018
Documentpdf

Parties

CounselNameType

Michael J. HassenJeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLPTwo Embarcadero Center5th FloorSan Francisco, CA94111
Joseph Nicholas DemkoJeffer Mangels et al LLPTwo Embarcadero Center5th FloorSan Francisco, CA94111-3824
Christopher Hart DoyleJeffer Mangels Butler & MitchellTwo Embarcadero Ctr., 5th FlSan Francisco, CA94111
Mehrdad EliePlaintiff and Appellant

Howard S. FredmanFredman Lieberman Pearl LLP1875 Century Park East, Suite 2230Los Angeles, CA90067-2523
John KallieDefendant and Respondent
Docket
Date Description Notes
10/17/2016 Notice of appeal lodged/received. notice of appeal filed 10/13/2016 by Mehrdad Elie
10/24/2016 Filing fee. check# 288314 for $775
10/31/2016 Civil case information statement filed. Plaintiff and Appellant: Mehrdad Elie Attorney: Christopher Hart Doyle
03/29/2017 Motion filed. Appellant Elie's motion to consolidate B272360 and B278267.
04/18/2017 Order filed. The court has read and considered Appellant Elie's motion to consolidate B272360 and B278267. The motion to consolidate is denied.
07/31/2017 Record on appeal filed. C-7 (1443 Pages) R-1
08/30/2017 Stipulation of extension of time filed to: Appellant's opening brief only.
09/27/2017 Order filed. The parties are ordered to brief the issue of whether plaintiff appeals from a nonappealable tentative ruling. (See Alan v. American Honda Motor Co., Inc. (2007) 40 Cal.4th 894, 901 and cases cited therein.) The parties are to discuss this issue in their briefs.
11/13/2017 Appellant's opening brief. Plaintiff and Appellant: Mehrdad Elie Attorney: Christopher Hart Doyle
11/22/2017 Requested - extension of time
11/22/2017 Granted - extension of time.
12/22/2017 Respondent's brief. Defendant and Respondent: John Kallie Attorney: Howard S. Fredman One extension granted for a total of 30 days: 11/22/2017 Requested - extension of time. Requested for 01/12/2018 By 30 Day(s) 11/22/2017 Granted - extension of time. Due on 01/12/2018 By 30 Day(s)
01/11/2018 Appellant's reply brief. Plaintiff and Appellant: Mehrdad Elie Attorney: Christopher Hart Doyle Attorney: Joseph Nicholas Demko Attorney: Michael J. Hassen
01/11/2018 Case fully briefed.
03/12/2018 Calendar notice sent electronically. Calendar date: April 11, 2018 at 9:00 a.m.
03/13/2018 Request for oral argument filed by: Request for oral argument filed by Howard Fredman, counsel for respondent
03/14/2018 Request to continue oral arg - to court. Appellant's letter dated March 14, 2018, requesting continuance of oral argument from the scheduled April 11, 2018 date to May 9, 2018.
03/16/2018 Oral argument rescheduled In light of Appellant's request to continue oral argument in related cases B272360 and B278267, oral argument for both matters has been re-scheduled to Thursday, April 12, 2018, at 7:30 a.m. Parties will not receive new calendar notices and should complete and return the notices they received along with an attached proof of service.
03/19/2018 Request for oral argument filed by: Request for oral argument filed by Joseph N. Demko, counsel for appellant [E-mail subject line re return of notice to clerk indicated the request is as to appeal numbers B278267 and B272360.]
04/04/2018 Letter sent to: NOTICE TO ALL COUNSEL: The court requests supplemental letter briefs addressing the following questions: 1. Respondent stated in his brief at page 16, "Although Appellant never posted the bond or undertaking, the issue was resolved by Appellant's furnishing Respondent a letter of credit in an agreed-upon amount." If the parties entered into an informal resolution of the undertaking issue, is Appellant an aggrieved party with standing to appeal? 2. Has the appeal been rendered moot by the parties' stipulation to forgo the posting of an undertaking or bond? 3. Appellant did not seek extraordinary relief from the trial court's order that he post an undertaking or bond. (See, e.g., Dowling v. Zimmerman (2001) 85 Cal.App.4th 1400, 1405, fn. 6 [suggesting "[s]upersedeas is the appropriate remedy"].) At this point, is the there any effective relief this court can provide? If so, what is that relief? Or is the appeal moot? Supplemental letter briefs are to be electronically filed with the court no later than noon on Monday, April 9, 2018.
04/06/2018 Letter brief filed. Defendant and Respondent: John Kallie Attorney: Howard S. Fredman Supplemental letter brief as requested in the April 4, 2018, letter from the Clerk
04/06/2018 Letter brief filed. Plaintiff and Appellant: Mehrdad Elie Attorney: Christopher Hart Doyle Supplemental letter brief as requested in the April 4, 2018, letter from the Clerk
Disposition
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Description: Dismissed by opinion
Date: 06/12/2018
Disposition Type: Final
Publication Status: Signed Unpublished
Author: Dunning, Kim Garlin
Participants: Baker, Lamar W. (Concur) Kriegler, Sandy R. (Concur)
Case Citation: none