On December 4, 2013, U.S. District Court Judge Ricardo Martinez issued a 17-page order denying defendant Shea Homes, Inc.’s motion to dismiss the class action lawsuit filed against the builder, Blough v. Shea Homes, Inc., (U.S. Dist. Court, Western District of Washington, cause number 2:12-cv-01493-RSM.) Here is a link to Judge Martinez’s Order Denying Shea Homes’ Motion to Dismiss. The plaintiffs in the lawsuit, who are being represented by attorneys at Levy | von Beck | Comstock | P.S., purchased homes at the Trilogy at Redmond Ridge development. The lawsuit alleges that Shea committed multiple violations of the Consumer Protection Act in building, marketing, and selling the homes, and the plaintiffs are seeking certification of the class and monetary damages from the builder/developer, Shea Homes, Inc.
On January 9, 2014, Levy | von Beck | Comstock | P.S. filed an amended Complaint to add details about the class and proposed subclasses, and to add as named plaintiffs additional Trilogy owners who will serve as class representatives for subsequent buyers (second owners, third owners, etc.) at Trilogy. Here is a link to the First Amended Complaint filed with the court.