The opinion of the court was delivered by: Robert C. Jones United States District Judge
This is a follow-on lawsuit to 3685 San Fernando Lenders, LLC v. Compass USA SPE, , No. 2:07-cv-892-RCJ-GWF (the "USA Commercial Case"). Pending before the Court is a Motion to Reconsider (ECF No. 199). For the reasons given herein, the Court denies the motion.
FACTS AND PROCEDURAL HISTORY
Plaintiffs in the present case are 1188 direct lenders who name thirty-five Defendants: (1) four Silar entities (collectively, "Silar"); (2) eight Compass entities (collectively, "Compass"); (3) five individuals, including Boris Piskun and David Blatt, who were defendants in the USA Commercial Case (the "Compass Principals"); (4) five individuals (the "Silar Principals"); (5) former principal of USA Commercial and later employee of Compass; (6) Windemere Capital, LLC ("Windemere"); (7) Oakbridge Capital, Inc. ("Oakbridge"); (8) Economic Growth Group, Inc. ("EGG"); (9) Repotex, Inc.; (10) Servicing Oversight Solutions, LLC ("SOS"); (11) SOS principal Michael D. Reiner; (12) Compass' former attorney Tyson Lomazow; (13) Great White NV, Inc. ("Great White"); (14) Great White principal Craig Orrock; Citron Investment Group, Inc. ("Citron"), a "subservicer" for Compass, and its principals Michael Citron and Danielle Citron (collectively, the "Citron Defendants").
Second Am. Compl. ¶¶ 2--39, Apr. 13, 2011, ECF No. 35).
The Second Amended Complaint ("SAC") listed nine causes of action: (1) violations of Influenced and Corrupt Organizations ("RICO") Act, 18 U.S.C. § 1962 (all Defendants); (2) violations of Nevada's RICO statute under Chapter 207 of the Nevada Revised Statutes ("NRS") (all Defendants); (3) Elder Abuse under NRS section 41.1395 (all Defendants); (4) Breach of Contract (Compass and Silar); (5) Breach of the Implied Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing (Compass, Silar, and their principals); (6) Breach of Fiduciary Duty (Compass, Silar, and their principals); (7) Conversion (all Defendants); (8) Civil Conspiracy (all Defendants); and (9) Declaratory Judgment (Compass and Silar). (See id. ¶¶ 162--221, 229--31). Plaintiffs also brought nominal claims for alter ego, constructive trust, and attorneys' fees, but these are legal theories and measures of relief not amounting to independent causes of action.
¶¶ 222--28, 232--35). Plaintiffs later filed a "supplement" to the SAC indicating that six Plaintiffs wished to be removed, that twenty-six Plaintiffs wished to be added, and that nine existing Plaintiffs did not wish to pursue their claims against two particular Defendants. (See Supplement, May 20, 2011, ECF No. 42).
The Court previously adjudicated three motions to dismiss the SAC, including Defendant Tyson Lomazow's motion. Plaintiffs then filed the Third Amended Complaint ("TAC"), entitled as the "Second Amended Complaint," (see Third Am. Compl., Nov. 1, 2012, ECF No. 176), which Lomozow also moved to dismiss for failure to cure the defects in the SAC as against him. The Court granted the motion for the same reasons it granted his previous motion. Plaintiff have asked the Court to reconsider.
Without recounting the case law or deficient allegations for a third time, the Court will summarize that Plaintiffs have alleged only that Lomazow gave Compass incorrect legal advice, not that he controlled Compass or was in any other way involved in Compass' activities.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the Motion to Reconsider (ECF No. 199) is DENIED. IT IS SO ORDERED.
Dated this 9th day of April, 2013. of April, ...