Molski v. Evergreen Dynasty Corp., 05-56452
Orders declaring plaintiff a vexatious litigant and ordering that he obtain leave of the court before filing any claims under Title III of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) in a particular district court, as well as an order sanctioning his law firm, are both affirmed as there was no abuse of discretion in the imposition of the orders.
- Argued 04/17/2007
- Submitted 04/17/2007
- Decided 08/31/2007
- Published 08/31/2007
PER CURIAM:, Before: JEROME FARRIS and RONALD M. GOULD, Circuit Judges, and KEVIN THOMAS DUFFY, District Judge.
United States Ninth Circuit
Thomas E. Frankovich and Jennifer L. Steneberg, Thomas E. Frankovich, A Professional Law Corporation, San Francisco, CA, for plaintiff-appellant Jarek Molski and appellant Thomas E. Frankovich, A Professional Law Corporation., Lizbeth V. West, Charles L. Post, and Thadd A. Blizzard, Weintraub Genshlea Chediak, Sacramento, CA, for amici curiae California Restaurant Association, National Federation of Independent Businesses Legal Foundation, California Retailers Association, California Grocers Association, and California Farm Bureau.
Robert H. Appert, San Gabriel, CA, for defendants-appellees Mandarin Touch Restaurant and Evergreen Dynasty Corporation., Alan H. Boon and David B. Ezra, Berger Kahn, Irvine, CA, for defendants-appellees Brian McInerney and Kathy McInerney.