La Jolla-based law firm Bottini & Bottini has filed suit against J. Rockcliff, Inc. and Jeffrey W. Sposito for violation of California Civil code 1710 (3), California Business and Prof. Code 17200, fraud and others. The plaintiffs (“Class”) hired J. Rockcliff in the purchase or sale of residences in California between July 1, 2007 and July 11, 2011 and the defendants (the agents or owners) received payments related to Fidelity National Financial‘s TransactionPoint software.
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In the current lawsuit, the plaintiffs are accusing the defendants of accepting undisclosed payments from steering business to one another as real estate agents and other services without disclosing this to the plaintiffs. If true, the various complaints: breaches of fiduciary duties, fraudulent concealment, violation of California’s unfair competition law, constructive fraud and unjust enrichment, could cost the defendants to have to return their full commissions to the plaintiffs.
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