November 30th, 2011

Stoneridge v. Van Vactor

Six months after appearing in a mechanic’s lien foreclosure action in Los Angeles Superior Court (that had already been pending for years), Early Sullivan obtained judgment on the pleadings on all causes of action that had been filed against its client, Clarion Mortgage Capital, Inc., after demonstrating that the plaintiff’s contractor’s license had been automatically suspended as a matter of law, thus barring the plaintiff from recovering on any claims, whatsoever, arising in connection with the subject construction project.