In September of 2014, Mr. Vanderpool completed a bench trial in San Bernardino County Superior Court, obtaining a six figure judgment for his real estate broker client against two former agents who stole several pending deals, real estate files, a data base and trade secrets. The culprits were caught on video surveillance attempting to disable the security camera prior to the thefts. Mr. Vanderpool prevailed on all causes of action in the complaint, including misappropriation of trade secrets, tortious interference with contract, unfair competition, breach of contract, and conversion. Mr. Vanderpool also obtained a complete defense verdict on the agents’ cross-complaint for breach of contract and unfair competition.”
In January of 2014, Mr. Vanderpool was retained at the last minute to try a binding arbitration case in Los Angeles at JAMS. The case was arbitrated for four days in January of 2014 at JAMS Santa Monica office. On April 2, 2014, the arbitrator issued her award. Mr. Vanderpool completely prevailed on all claims and counterclaims and obtained a $800,000.00 binding arbitration award for his medical management and billing client against a well-known medical imaging company located in the Valley. The medical imaging company brought numerous claims against Mr. Vanderpool’s client, including breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, intentional interference with contract, unfair business practices, conversion, and declaratory/injunctive relief. The medical imaging company sought the return of over $8,000,000.00 in files from Mr. Vanderpool’s client without having to pay the file return fee. Mr. Vanderpool completely prevailed as to all causes of action, and the arbitrator ordered the medical imaging company to pay the return fee.
In June of 2014, in a bench trial in Riverside, Mr. Vanderpool defended a quiet title and fraud case filed by a daughter against her own mother. In this extremely acrimonious trial, Mr. Vanderpool completely defensed all four of Plaintiff’s causes of action, and obtained judgment on behalf of his client on the cross-complaint. Mr. Vanderpool did not even have to put his elderly client on the stand. After a blistering cross-examination of Plaintiff, Mr. Vanderpool moved for judgment under CCP 631.8. After extensive argument by counsel, the court granted judgment in favor of Mr. Vanderpool’s client on all causes of action and the cross-complaint.
On May 9, 2013, Mr. Vanderpool obtained a 9.9 Million dollar binding arbitration award for his clients in a commercial real estate valuation case. The arbitration took place in Los Angeles, and involved a charter school purchased and built by Mr. Vanderpool’s clients.
On January 18, 2013, Mr. Vanderpool obtained a $12,655,052.00 judgment and quiet title to two large commercial properties on behalf of his client investors in a real estate fraud case in Riverside County. The court specifically found that the defendant company’s President had acted intentionally, and with oppression, fraud and malice in his dealings with Plaintiffs. The court also found that the individual defendant was the alter ego of the corporate defendant and was therefore personally liable to Plaintiffs for the obligations of the corporate defendant. The judgment included over $4,655,000 in economic damages, Five Million in punitive damages, and Three Million in non-economic/emotional distress damages. This hard fought case lasted over four years.
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