Searching over 5,500,000 cases.


searching
Buy This Entire Record For $7.95

Official citation and/or docket number and footnotes (if any) for this case available with purchase.

Learn more about what you receive with purchase of this case.

DEFRANCESCO v. CHATEAU MASSON

United States District Court, N.D. California


September 22, 2005.

SEBASTIAN DEFRANCESCO, Plaintiff,
v.
CHATEAU MASSON, LLC; and DOES 1-25, Inclusive, Defendants. CHATEAU MASSON, LLC, Third Party Plaintiff, v. BILL GRAHAM PRESENTS, INC., and DOES 26-50, inclusive. Third Party Defendants. SHERYL MIFSUD and PAUL MIFSUD Plaintiffs, v. CHATEAU MASSON, LLC; and DOES 1-25, Inclusive, Defendants. CHATEAU MASSON, LLC, Third Party Plaintiff, v. BILL GRAHAM ENTERPRISES, INC., and DOES 26-50, Inclusive. Third Party Defendants.

The opinion of the court was delivered by: JAMES WARE, District Judge

CONSENT DECREE AND ORDER

CONSENT DECREE AND ORDER

  1. On November 11, 2004, plaintiff SEBASTIAN DEFRANCESCO filed the action entitled DeFrancesco v. Chateau Masson, LLC (Case No. 04-4834 JW) against Chateau Masson, LLC ("Chateau Masson"). On April 6, 2005, plaintiffs PAUL MIFSUD and SHERYL MIFSUD filed the action entitled Mifsud v. Chateau Masson, LLC (Case No. 05-1400 JW) against Chateau Masson. The two actions shall be referred to, collectively, as the Actions, and the plaintiffs in the Actions shall be referred to, collectively, as the Plaintiffs.

  2. In the Actions, the Plaintiffs filed claims to enforce provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 ("ADA"), 42 U.S.C. 12101 et seq., and California civil rights laws against Chateau Masson. Plaintiffs have specifically alleged that Chateau Masson violated Title III of the ADA, sections 51, 52, 54.1, and 55 of the California Civil Code, and sections 19955 et seq., of the California Health and Safety Code by failing to provide full and equal access to the facility known as the Mountain Winery located in the City of Saratoga, County of Santa Clara, California, and related facilities, including accessible parking, an accessible entrance into the concert stadium, accessible seating, and accessible restroom facilities when plaintiffs allegedly attended public events at the Mountain Winery.

  3. On June 9, 2005, in DeFrancesco v. Chateau Masson, LLC (Case No. 04-4834 JW), Chateau Masson filed a third party complaint against Bill Graham Presents, Inc. ("BGP"). On May 13, 2005, in Mifsud v. Chateau Masson, LLC (Case No. 05-1400 JW), Chateau Masson filed a third party complaint against Bill Graham Enterprises, Inc. The two third party complaints shall be referred to, collectively, as the "Third Party Complaints."

  4. Chateau Masson denies Plaintiffs' allegations in the Actions and, by entering into this Consent Decree and Order, does not admit liability. Bill Graham Presents, Inc., and Bill Graham Enterprises, Inc. also deny Plaintiffs' allegations in the Actions, as well as Chateau Masson's allegations in the Third Party Complaints, and by entering into this Consent Decree and Order, do not admit liability. The parties hereby enter into this Consent Decree and Order for the purpose of resolving Plaintiffs' claims against Chateau Masson without the need for protracted litigation, and without the admission of any liability.

  JURISDICTION:

  5. The parties agree that the Court has jurisdiction of this matter pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1331 for violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, 42 U.S.C. 12101 et seq. and pursuant to pendent jurisdiction for violations of California Health & Safety Code § 19955 et seq., including § 19959; Title 24 California Code of Regulations; and California Civil Code 51, 52, 54; 54.1; § 54.3; and 55.

  6. In order to avoid the costs, expense, and uncertainty of protracted litigation, plaintiffs, Chateau Masson, Bill Graham Presents, Inc. and Bill Graham Enterprises, Inc. agree to entry of this Consent Decree and Order to resolve all claims that were raised in or could have been raised in the Actions by Plaintiffs, including but not limited to all claims for injunctive relief, damages, attorney fees, litigation expenses and costs. Accordingly, they agree to the entry of this Order without trial or further adjudication of any issues of fact or law concerning those claims.

  WHEREFORE, the parties hereby agree and stipulate to the Court's entry of this Consent Decree and Order, which provides as follows:

SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS FOR INJUNCTIVE RELIEF:
  7. This Order shall be a full, complete and final disposition and settlement of all of Plaintiffs' claims against Chateau Masson, Bill Graham Enterprises, Inc. and Bill Graham Presents, Inc. The parties agree that there has been no admission or finding of liability or violation of the ADA and/or California civil rights laws, and this Consent Decree and Order should not be construed as such.

  8. Chateau Masson agrees to undertake the corrective work at the Mountain Winery as detailed in Attachment A, and Bill Graham Enterprises, Inc. agrees to modify its policies and practices as detailed in Attachment A. Attachment A is incorporated by reference herein as if fully set forth in this document. Plaintiffs acknowledge and agree that, following completion of the work specified in Attachment A, Chateau Masson may (in compliance with the California Code of Regulations, Title 24, and the ADA) further alter, modify, demolish, rebuild and/or renovate the facilities in which it is performing the work specified in Attachment A, including as part of an anticipated renovation project. Nothing in this Consent Decree is intended to modify, limit, interfere with or otherwise affect Chateau Masson's ability, right and/or entitlement to further alter, modify, demolish, rebuild and/or renovate the facilities.

  DAMAGES, ATTORNEY FEES, LITIGATION EXPENSES, AND COSTS:

  9. The parties have agreed to a full and final resolution of plaintiffs' claims for monetary relief, damages, attorney fees, litigation expenses and costs. Chateau Masson shall pay to plaintiffs Sebastian DeFrancesco, Paul Mifsud, and Sheryl Mifsud the amount of Thirty-Four Thousand Dollars and No/100 ($34,000.00) each as full and final resolution of plaintiffs' claims for all statutory, actual, and personal injury damages, including general, compensatory, and special damages. Chateau Masson shall also pay the amount of One Hundred Five Thousand Six Hundred Ninety Dollars and No/100 ($105,690) as full and final resolution of plaintiffs' claims for attorney fees, litigation expenses and costs. Payment shall be made by one check, in the total amount of Two Hundred Seven Thousand Six Hundred Ninety Dollars and No/100 ($207,690), made payable to "Paul L. Rein in trust for Sebastian DeFrancesco, Paul Mifsud and Sheryl Mifsud." Payment shall be made within fifteen (15) days of the parties' full execution of the Consent Decree. However, Plaintiffs' attorneys shall hold said payment in their client trust account, and shall not distribute or disburse such payment to Plaintiffs or themselves unless and until the Court enters the Consent Decree.

  ENTIRE CONSENT DECREE AND ORDER:

  10. This Consent Decree and Order, and any appendices attached, constitute the entire agreement between the parties on the matters described herein, and no other statement, promise, or agreement, either written or oral, made by any of the parties or agents of any of the parties, that is not contained in this written Consent Decree and Order, shall be enforceable regarding the matters described herein.

  CONSENT DECREE AND ORDER BINDING ON PARTIES AND SUCCESSORS IN INTEREST:

  11. This Consent Decree and Order shall be binding on plaintiffs Sebastian Defrancesco, Sheryl Mifsud, Paul Mifsud, on defendant Chateau Masson LLC, and on Third Party Defendants Bill Graham Enterprises, Inc. and Bill Graham Presents, Inc., and on any of their successors in interest. The parties have a duty to so notify all such successors in interest of the existence and terms of this Consent Decree and Order during the period of the Court's jurisdiction of this Consent Decree.

  TERM OF THE CONSENT DECREE AND ORDER:

  12. The Court shall retain jurisdiction over the Complaints and Third Party Complaints. The Court shall retain jurisdiction of the Complaints, including to enforce provisions of this Order, for a period of twenty-four months after the date of entry of this Consent Decree, or until the injunctive relief contemplated by this Order is completed, whichever occurs later.

  SEVERABILITY:

  13. If any term of this Consent Decree and Order is determined by any court to be unenforceable, the other terms of this Consent Decree and Order shall nonetheless remain in full force and effect. MUTUAL RELEASE AND WAIVER OF CIVIL CODE SECTION 1542:

  14. Releases By Plaintiffs: Plaintiffs, on behalf of themselves, their respective agents, representatives, predecessors, successors, heirs, partners, attorneys, and assigns, release and forever discharge Chateau Masson, LLC, Bill Graham Enterprises, Inc. and Bill Graham Presents, Inc., and each of them, and each of their owners, members, officers, directors, shareholders, subsidiaries, joint venturers, stockholders, partners, parent companies, employees, agents, attorneys, insurance carriers, heirs, predecessors, and representatives, of and from any and all causes of action, suits, accounts, claims, losses, demands, damages, debts, liabilities, actions, causes of action, costs and expenses (including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys' fees) of any kind and nature whatsoever, whether now known or unknown, anticipated or unanticipated, and howsoever arising or accruing (collectively, "Claims") that relate in any way to or arise from or in connection with the Actions.

  15. Future Claims: Plaintiffs acknowledge and agree that, prior to May 1, 2007, they will not assert any Claims against Chateau Masson, Bill Graham Presents, Inc., or Bill Graham Enterprises, Inc. related to, or otherwise seek to require them to perform, any injunctive relief other than the injunctive relief specified in Attachment A ("Future Claims"). If, after May 1, 2007, Plaintiffs, or any of them, seek to assert Future Claims against Chateau Masson, Bill Graham Presents, Inc., or Bill Graham Enterprises, Inc. for injunctive relief other than the injunctive relief specified in Attachment A, plaintiffs will first provide notice to Chateau Masson, Bill Graham Presents, Inc., and/or Bill Graham Enterprises, Inc. (pursuant to paragraph 21 of the Consent Decree and Order) of their intention to assert such Future Claims. Any Plaintiff asserting a Future Claim, as defined in this paragraph 15, shall provide the notice required by this paragraph 15 at least thirty (30) days before Plaintiffs, or any of them, assert any such Future Claims. During the thirty-day period commencing with the giving of any notice under this paragraph 15, any Plaintiff asserting a Future Claim shall meet and confer with attorneys of record in the Actions for Chateau Masson, Bill Graham Presents, Inc., and/or Bill Graham Enterprises, Inc. to attempt to resolve such Future Claim(s) informally.

  16. Releases by Chateau Masson, Bill Graham Enterprises, Inc. and Bill Graham Presents, Inc.: Chateau Masson, LLC, Bill Graham Enterprises, Inc. and Bill Graham Presents, Inc., on behalf of themselves, their owners, members, officers, directors, shareholders, subsidiaries, joint venturers, stockholders, partners, parent companies, employees, agents, attorneys, insurance carriers, heirs, predecessors, and representatives, release and forever discharge Plaintiffs, and each of them, and each of their agents, representatives, predecessors, successors, heirs, partners, and assigns, of and from any and all Claims that relate in anyway to or arise from or in connection with the Actions. Nothing in this release or in this Consent Decree releases any Claims that (1) Chateau Masson, LLC has or may have against Bill Graham Enterprises, Inc. and Bill Graham Presents, Inc., or (2) Bill Graham Enterprises, Inc. or Bill Graham Presents, Inc. has or may have against Chateau Masson. By entering into this Consent Decree, Chateau Masson does not dismiss the Third Party Complaints, which continue to remain in full force and effect.

  17. Waiver of California Civil Code Section 1542. The parties to the Consent Decree each acknowledge that he, she or it has been informed by his, her or its attorney of, and is familiar with, the provisions of California Civil Code Section 1542, which provides as follows:

A GENERAL RELEASE DOES NOT EXTEND TO CLAIMS WHICH THE CREDITOR DOES NOT KNOW OR SUSPECT TO EXIST IN HIS OR HER FAVOR AT THE TIME OF EXECUTING THE RELEASE, WHICH IF KNOWN BY HIM OR HER MUST HAVE MATERIALLY AFFECTED HIS OR HER SETTLEMENT WITH THE DEBTOR.
  The parties to this Consent Decree, being aware of said Section, each hereby expressly waive and relinquish all rights and benefits each of them has or may have or have thereunder, as well as under any other statutes or common law principles of similar effect, with respect to the Claims released hereunder. The parties to this Consent Decree each acknowledge that they are aware that each of them may hereafter discover facts different from or in addition to those now known or believed to be true with respect to the Claims herein released, and agree that these releases shall be and remain in effect in all respects as complete, general and mutual releases as to the matters to be released, notwithstanding any such different and additional facts.

  18. Representation and Warranties Re Releases. The parties hereby represent and warrant to each other that no Claims released by each of them hereunder have been conveyed, assigned or otherwise transferred to any third party.

  19. Limitation on Releases. The releases set forth in Paragraphs 14 through 17 shall not release any party to this Consent Decree from its obligations pursuant to this Consent Decree.

  SIGNATORIES BIND PARTIES:

  20. Signatories on behalf of the parties represent that they are authorized to bind the parties to this Consent Decree and Order.

  NOTICES:

  21. Any notice required or permitted to be given under the provisions of this Consent Decree and Order shall be delivered to the address(es) of the parties specified below (or to such other address(es) that any party to the Consent Decree may provide in writing following entry of this Consent Decree):

 Notices to Plaintiffs:

Paul Rein Law Offices of Paul Rein 200 Lakeside Drive, Suite A Oakland, CA 94612 Telephone No. (510) 832-5001 Telecopier No. (510) 832-4787
Notices to Chateau Masson:
Bernard S. Greenfield McGrane, Greenfield, Hannon & Harrington, LLP 40 South Market St., 2nd Floor San Jose, CA 95113 Telephone: (408) 995-5600 Facsimile: (408) 995-0308 Clifford E. Yin Coblentz, Patch, Duffy & Bass LLP One Ferry Building, Suite 200 San Francisco, California 94111 Telephone: (415) 391-4800 Facsimile: (415) 989-1663
With a copy to:
William Hirschman Chateau Masson LLC 15585 Los Gatos Boulevard Los Gatos, CA 95032-2503 Telephone: (408) 402-9877 Facsimile: (408) 402-0607
Notices to Bill Graham Enterprises, Inc. and/or Bill Graham Presents, Inc.
Valerie Sharpe Littler Mendelson 650 California Street, 20th Floor San Francisco, CA 94108 Telephone: (415) 433-1940 Facsimile: (415) 399-8490
With a copy to:
Sharon Sanders Legal Department Clear Channel Entertainment 2000 West Loop South, Suite 130 Houston, TX 77027
Lee Smith President Bill Graham Enterprises, Inc. [insert address] Dated: August 31, 2005
Dated: August __, 2005 _______________________________ Plaintiff PAUL MIFSUD Dated: August __, 2005 _______________________________ Plaintiff PAUL MIFSUD
 
Dated: August __, 2005 _______________________________ Plaintiff PAUL MIFSUD
Dated: August 31, 2005

 

Dated: August __, 2005 ________________________________ Third-Party Defendant BILL GRAHAM ENTERPRISES, INC.
Dated: August __, 2005 ________________________________ Third-Party Defendant BILL GRAHAM PRESENTS, INC.
 APPROVED AS TO FORM:
Dated: August __, 2005 PAUL L. REIN PATRICIA BARBOSA JULIE McLEAN LAW OFFICES OF PAUL L. REIN
 
_______________________________ Attorneys for Plaintiffs SEBASTIAN DEFRANCESCO; SHERYL MIFSUD; PAUL MIFSUD Dated: August __, 2005 ________________________________ Plaintiff SHERYL MIFSUD
Dated: August __, 2005 ________________________________ Plaintiff PAUL MIFSUD
 
Dated: August __, 2005 ________________________________ Defendant CHATEAU MASSON LLC
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
Dated: August __, 2005 PAUL L. REIN PATRICIA BARBOSA JULIE McLEAN LAW OFFICES OF PAUL L. REIN
 
_______________________________ Attorneys for Plaintiffs SEBASTIAN DEFRANCESCO; SHERYL MIFSUD; PAUL MIFSUD Dated: August 31, 2005 BERNARD S. GREENFIELD BRIAN J. HANNON McGRANE, GREENFIELD, HANNON & HARRINGTON LLP
CLIFFORD YIN COBLENTZ, PATCH, DUFFY & BESS LLP
Dated: August __, 2005 WANDY L. TICE-WALLNER VALERIE SHARPE LITTLER MENDELSON
 
________________________________ Attorney for Third Party Defendants BILL GRAHAM PRESENTS, INC. and BILL GRAHAM ENTERPRISES, INC. Dated: August __, 2005 BERNARD S. GREENFIELD BRIAN J. HANNON McGRANE, GREENFIELD, HANNON & HARRINGTON LLP
CLIFFORD YIN COBLENTZ, PATCH, DUFFY & BESS LLP
______________________________ Attorneys for Defendant CHATEAU MASSON, LLC
Dated: August Sept. 7, 2005 WANDY L. TICE-WALLNER VALERIE SHARPE LITTLER MENDELSON
 
Attorney for Third Party Defendants BILL GRAHAM PRESENTS, INC. and BILL GRAHAM ENTERPRISES, INC. ORDER
  Pursuant to stipulation, and for good cause shown, IT IS SO ORDERED. ATTACHMENT A

 

SEBASTIAN DEFRANCESCO v. CHATEAU MASSON, LLC. et al. U.S.D.C., Northern District of California; Case No. C04-4834 JW; and SHERYL and PAUL MIFSUD v. CHATEAU MASSON, LLC. et al. U.S.D.C., Northern District of California; Case No. C05-1400 JW
  For purposes of full and final settlement of the claims asserted by Plaintiffs in the two above-cited related cases, Plaintiffs Sebastian DeFrancesco, Sheryl Misfud and Paul Misfud, on the one hand, and Chateau Masson, LLC ("Chateau Masson") and Bill Graham Enterprises, Inc. ("BGE"), on the other hand, hereby agree that Chateau Masson will perform the work and modify its policies and procedures as specified below, and BGE will modify its policies and procedures as specified below. The term "Effective Date" shall mean the date upon which the Consent Decree is filed and entered, following execution by all parties and the Court.

  CHATEAU MASSON

  For the 2005 and 2006 concert seasons, Chateau Masson agrees as follows:

1. Parking: Chateau Masson will install a walkway in front of the designated disabled parking spaces to provide a path of travel to the shuttle pick-up area. Chateau Masson will complete the corrective work before the start of the 2006 concert season.
2. Public restrooms: Chateau Masson has installed two portable sanitary facilities in the main plaza area. In addition, Chateau Masson will do the following: (a) Chateau Masson will install one accessible men's toilet stall in one of the existing public restrooms in compliance with California Code of Regulations, Title 24, Part 2 and Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines. Chateau Masson may renovate any of the public restroom facilities it deems most appropriate. (b) Chateau Masson will install one accessible women's toilet stall in one of the existing public restrooms in compliance with California Code of Regulations, Title 24, Part 2 and Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines, or will improve access to the restroom trailer. If Chateau Masson chooses to improve access to the restroom trailer, Chateau Masson may provide access via a ramp with running slopes of up to 10%, due to the existing conditions that make a fully accessible ramp infeasible. (c) Chateau Masson will install directional signage at inaccessible restroom facilities indicating the location of the accessible restroom facilities. (d) Chateau Masson will complete the corrective work before the start of the 2006 concert season.
3. Interior Dining: Chateau Masson will construct a ramp to enter the Chateau and provide in the Chateau at least one table that has at least 27 inches of knee clearance, which is at least 19 inches in depth. Chateau Masson will also modify its policies by reserving the accessible table for use by disabled persons until the non-accessible dining tables have been reserved or are being used. Chateau Masson will complete the above corrective work within ten (10) days of the Effective Date.
4. Exterior Dining: Chateau Masson will provide an accessible table in the area by the pool bar upon request. Chateau Masson will provide signage in the area by the pool bar indicating that such a table is available upon request and will provide training concerning the provision of that table. The existing ramp will be modified to be accessible. Chateau Masson will provide a lowered portion of the plaza bar, no higher than 34" and with a width of at least 36". Chateau Masson will complete the corrective work within twenty (20) days of the Effective Date.
5. Exhibit A: Within thirty (30) calendar days of the Effective Date, Chateau Masson shall apply for a permit to undertake the work depicted in Exhibit A of this Consent Decree. Chateau Masson shall take all reasonable steps to (a) ensure that the necessary permit is issued as expediently as possible, and (b) complete that work, following issuance of the required permit, prior to the start of the 2006 Concert Season.
BILL GRAHAM ENTERPRISES, INC.

  Bill Graham Enterprises, Inc. ("BGE") agrees as follows:

1. Shuttle: BGE will provide either an MAPV trailer, a Columbia BC3-L shuttle, a wheelchair accessible van or wheelchair accessible golf cart to transport disabled persons from the designated accessible parking area to the main public entrance. It will institute a policy of maintaining this shuttle service during concerts. BGE has instituted this policy modification as of August 24, 2005. For the 2006 concert season, this shuttle service shall be provided through the use of an MAPV trailer, Columbia BC3-L trailer or wheelchair accessible golf cart.
CONCERT SEATING

 

1. 2005 Season: For the remainder of the 2005 concert season, BGE will modify its policies and procedures to provide at BGE sponsored events the following seats: (a) 2 wheelchair accessible seats and 2 companion seats in the front row of the floor seating. BGE will choose the exact location of those seats; (b) 5 wheelchair accessible seats and 5 companion seats in the general admission bleacher area now designated as accessible (typically referred to by the parties as the "orange area"); and (c) 4 wheelchair seats and 4 companion seats in the Redwood Plaza area (collectively, the "Accessible Seating Options"). BGE will further modify its policies and procedures to offer these seating options on a first come first serve basis to those persons who purchased wheelchair accessible seats. BGE instituted these policy modifications as of August 16, 2005.
2. 2006 Season: For the 2006 concert season, following issuance of a permit, Chateau Masson will install the accessible wheelchair spaces and companion seats as shown on Exhibit A. In the event that Chateau Masson is unable to obtain a permit to do the work shown on Exhibit A, and/or during the time that Chateau Masson is waiting for permit approval or is completing the work shown on Exhibit A, BGE will continue to provide at BGE sponsored events the "Accessible Seating Options" for the 2006 concert season. Once Chateau Masson has completed the work shown on Exhibit A, BGE will modify its policies and procedures to provide at BGE sponsored events the following seats: (a) at least 8 wheelchair accessible seats and 8 companion seats in the general admission bleacher area now designated as accessible, as depicted on Exhibit A; and (b) 4 wheelchair seats and 4 companion seats in the Redwood Plaza Area. MEET AND CONFER
  1. At least ten (10) business days before plaintiffs seek any relief under the Consent Decree, including but not limited to by way of a motion to compel compliance with the Consent Decree, plaintiffs will provide a notice to Chateau Masson and/or BGE (pursuant to paragraph 21 of the Consent Decree) of their intention to seek such relief and will then meet and confer with Chateau Masson's attorneys and/or BGE's attorneys. In the event that the parties are unable to resolve any issues raised by plaintiffs during that meet and confer period, plaintiffs may then seek further relief from the Court under this Consent Decree.

  2. In the event that Chateau Masson or BGE experience unforeseen difficulties that prevent them from completing the agreed-upon work or the agreed-upon modifications to policies and practices either at all or in the deadlines specified herein, Chateau Masson and/or BGE will (a) notify plaintiffs' counsel in writing within fifteen (15) days, (b) may seek relief from the Court from the obligations imposed in the Consent Decree and (c) may, upon a showing of good cause, obtain relief from such obligations as the Court deems appropriate. SKETCH Dated: August 31, 2005

 Plaintiff PAUL MIFSUD

 Dated: August __, 2005 ______________________________ Defendant CHATEAU MASSON LLC

 Dated: August __, 2005 ______________________________ Third-Party Defendant BILL GRAHAM ENTERPRISES, INC.

 Dated: August __, 2005 ______________________________ Third-Party Defendant BILL GRAHAM PRESENTS, INC.

 APPROVED AS TO FORM: Dated: August 31, 2005 PAUL L. REIN PATRICIA BARBOSA JULIE McLEAN LAW OFFICES OF PAUL L. REIN

 

Attorneys for Plaintiffs SEBASTIAN DEFRANCESCO; SHERYL MIFSUD; PAUL MIFSUD
Dated: August __, 2005 BERNARD S. GREENFIELD BRIAN J. HANNON McGRANE, GREENFIELD, HANNON & HARRINGTON LLP
 
CLIFFORD YIN COBLENTZ, PATCH, DUFFY & BASS LLP
____________________________ Attorneys for Defendant CHATEAU MASSON, LLC Clifford E. Yin Coblentz, Patch, Duffy & Bass LLP One Ferry Building, Suite 200 San Francisco, California 94111 Telephone: (415) 391-4800 Facsimile: (415) 989-1663
With a copy to:
William Hirschman Chateau Masson LLC 15585 Los Gatos Boulevard Los Gatos, CA 95032-2503 Telephone: (408) 402-9877 Facsimile: (408) 402-0607
Notices to Bill Graham Enterprises, Inc. and/or Bill Graham Presents, Inc.
Valerie Sharpe Littler Mendelson 650 California Street, 20th Floor San Francisco, CA 94108 Telephone: (415) 433-1940 Facsimile: (415) 399-8490
With a copy to:
Sharon Sanders Legal Department Clear Channel Entertainment 2000 West Loop South, Suite 130 Houston, TX 77027
Lee Smith President Bill Graham Enterprises, Inc. [insert address]
Dated: August __, 2005 _______________________________ Plaintiff SEBASTIAN DEFRANCESCO
 Dated: August 31, 2005

 

_______________________________ Plaintiff SHERYL MIFSUD
20050922

© 1992-2005 VersusLaw Inc.



Buy This Entire Record For $7.95

Official citation and/or docket number and footnotes (if any) for this case available with purchase.

Learn more about what you receive with purchase of this case.