Now-retired Riverside Superior Judge Jackson Lucky acted appropriately in denying a motion to disqualify counsel in a 2018 case regarding leaked confidential filings, shell companies and a multilevel marketing company, the Fourth District Court of Appeal, Division Two, ruled Nov. 5.
In the Nov. 29, 2018 lawsuit, clothing supplier Providence Industries charged Corona clothing company LuLaRoe with breach of contract, breach of guaranty, unjust enrichment, fraud in the inducement, avoidance of fraudulent transfers in both the actual and constructive intent. Parts of the complaint asserted LuLaRoe defaulted on payments then hid wealth from Providence Industries using shell companies. The case is still active.
Unnamed outside counsel for LuLaRoe anonymously sent privileged documents