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Bryant Family Vineyards case against financial consultant booted out of San Francisco court, transferred to NY

 

Lauren Ridenhour, a former financial consultant to Donald I. Bryant Jr., and his wife, Bettina Sulser Bryant has been granted her request to have a contract dispute moved from San Francisco Federal District Court to New York federal court where Ridenhour is suing the Bryants.

 

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  • Background

  • A complicated tangle of roles and responsibilities

  • San Francisco Federal Judge’s order granting Ridenhour’s motion to transfer

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30 full Ridenhour and Bryant litigation court documents for premium subscribers

  • San Francisco Federal Judge’s order granting Ridenhour’s motion to transfer
  • Ridenhour complaint-032219
  • Ridenhour complaint-Amended-042219
  • Ridenhour complaint-Amended-Exhibit-042219
  • Response to defendant srequest for premotion conference-060619
  • Bryant-V-Ridenhour-Complaint- 073019
  • Bryant-V-Ridenhour-Complaint-Exhibita-073019
  • Second amended complaint-Ridenhour-073119
  • Complaint amended-Exhibita-073119
  • Complaint amended-Exhibitb-073119
  • Complaint amended-Exhibitc-073119
  • Complaint amended-Exhibitd-073119
  • Complaint amended-Exhibite-073119
  • Declaration Of Bettina Sulser Bryant In Support Of Plaintiff’s Ex Parte Application For (1) Temporary Restraining Order And (2) Order To Show Cause Regarding Preliminary Injunction-081919
  • Request For Judicial Notice In Support Of Plaintiff’s Ex Parte Application For (1) Temporary Restraining Order And (2) Order To Show Cause Regarding Preliminary Injunction-081919
  • Plaintiff’s Ex Parte Application For (1) Temporary Restraining Order And (2) Order To Show Cause Regarding Preliminary Injunction-081919
  • [Proposed] (1) Temporary Restraining Order And (2) Order To Show Cause Regarding Preliminary Injunction 1322660.1-081919
  • Declaration Of Keith J. Wesley In Support Of Plaintiff’s Ex Parte Application For (1) Temporary Restraining Order And (2) Order To Show Cause Regarding Preliminary Injunction-081919
  • Order Re Plaintiff’s Ex Parte Application For Temporary Restraining Order-081920
  • Defendant-Ridenhour-Memorandum Of Law In Opposition To Plaintiff-Application For A Tro-08/21/19
  • Judge order-Ex parte application for TRO-082319
  • Stipulation-On-Confidential-Information-09-03-19
  • Plaintiff’s-Bryant-Ex-Parte -Application-Etc-091119
  • Plaintiff ridenhour-Memorandum-Of-Law-In-Opposition-To-Defendantbryant-Motion-To-Dismiss-09/13/19
  • Second-Amended-Complaint-Exhibits-Ridenhour-Opposition-To-Dismissal-09/13/19
  • Order-Denying-Plaintiff-Ex-Parte-Application-091319
  • Declaration-Of-Bettina-Sulser-Bryant-Opposition-To-Defendant-Lauren-Ridenhour-Motion-To-Dismiss-Complaint-09/20/19
  • Declaration Of Pearl Zuchlewski In Opposition To Plaintiff’s Application For A Tro- 09/20/19
  • Defendant Ridenhour Reply Memorandum In Support Of Motion To Dismiss The Second Amended Complaint-092719
  • Defendant-Bryant-Reply Memorandum Of Law In Support Of Motion To Dismiss The Second Amended Complaint-092719