Please read decision against Jeremy LeClair aka Jeremy Wyatt LeClair et al which upheld a Mecklenburg Superior Court order throwing out all defenses of Mr.LeClair et al. The Appellate court found that LeClair showed contempt for the discovery process overall. See page 22 of NC appellate court decision.
GEA Inc. will seek any and all legal remedies against any individuals or companies who transfer or attempt to transfer our database and or data, Intellectual Property, work processes or trademarks without the express written permission of GEA Inc.
California Dept of Insurance July 2015 Accusations, California Fraud judgments and pending lawsuits against LeClair including fraud from a Montana client. Included as well is letter from LeClair's own attorney John Hanzel stating, in November 2016, that he has no ownership rights to our Intellectual property, database etc under the non exclusive licensing agreement(which is now terminated).
2-21-2018 Federal Judge Conrad throws out all claims by LeClair (PDF)Download
May 2016 Fraud Judgment $124,524,85 against Jeremy LeClair and 4N1FUND & INSURANCE SOLUTIONS, INC (pdf)Download
8-13-15 Fraud Complaint Lewin V LeClair et al (pdf)Download
3-2-17 Fraud Judgement $590,908.50 Cortez V LeClair et al (pdf)Download
3-18-15 Fraud Complaint Cortes V LeClair et al (pdf)Download
6-12-17 Hidden Valley Ranch Holdings V Luxury Auctions Marketing, Jeremy LeClair , Grandeur Luxury Auctions, Source.auction et al currently being sued for fraud, breach of contract etc (pdf)Download
11-17-2016 LeClair's Attorney Hanzel Retraction stating that LeClair has no ownership rights to any Intellectual Property including database (pdf)Download
Judge Lewis's Order 16 CVS 19851 Order 7-10-17 pertaining to refusal to abide by a court order (pdf)Download
6-29-17 Atain V Luxury Auctions Marketing Inc LeClair et al (pdf)Download
6-23-17 Atain Specialty Insurance V LeClair et al June 23rd (pdf)Download
All cases have been stayed until further notice due to the $63 Million Bankruptcy Filing by Jeremy Wyatt LeClair aka Jeremy LeClair in North Carolina.
Important message. LeClair has petitioned the courts in California to change his name from Jeremy Wyatt LeClair to Jeremy Wyatt. Click here for details.
Name change petition has been DENIED by Judge Oki on August 15th, 2018.
Lawsuit news update May 15th, 2018. Appellate Court of NC upholds order from Judge H Lewis of the Mecklenburg county Superior Court against Jeremy LeClair.
The NC Appellate Court stated the following:
" This court is also concerned by the attitude exhibited by Mr.LeClair. At his deposition, Mr.LeClair repeatedly stated he would refuse to produce his personal laptop, and continued to so refuse even after the court ordered him to do in its 10 July Order, thus showing his contempt for the discovery process overall." See page 22 of PDF in Appellate Court Decision section below.
See download sections for documents regarding pending lawsuits, 2 fraud judgments against Jeremy LeClair and his companies Luxury Auctions Marketing Inc, Grandeur Luxury Auctions,Source.auction, 4N1Fund Insurance Solutions Inc and California Dept of Insurance Accusations.
Please click here if you're a creditor or collection agency looking to reach Jeremy LeClair and his companies.
We continue to pursue as plaintiffs our claims against LeClair and his companies where Jeremy LeClair and his companies are solely defendants. Click here for court order.
On July 10th, 2017 Jeremy LeClair and Luxury Auctions Marketing Inc failed to comply with a court order in NC state case 16-CVS-19851 and Judge Lewis stated the following " The Court FINDS, pursuant to Defendant LeClair's deposition testimony and otherwise, that LeClair intentionally destroyed or physically disposed of computers and materials at issue in this basis. On the basis of Defendant LeClair's destruction or physical disposal of certain computers and materials, the Court FINDS as not credible LeClair's assertion that he does not possess the password(s) and other credentials necessary to access the Dell PowerEdge 2950 server."
Past Lawsuits and Fraud Judgments
1- March 28, 2017 $590,908.50 fraud judgement against Jeremy LeClair aka Jeremy Wyatt LeClair. Case #BC575500 Superior Court of California, Los Angeles County, Stanley Mosk Courthouse, Central District.Click to read
1-We have sued Mr. LeClair for his false advertising claims regarding his websites www.Source.auction, breach of contract etc in Federal Court. Case # 3:17-CV-00185 North Carolina Western District Court.
2- In addition we're the plaintiffs in the State Case in Mecklenburg County Superior Court 16-CVS-19851.
Mr LeClair is currently being sued for breach of license to pay royalties, breach of license by preventing inspection, breach of license by failing to pay minimum royalties, breach of license for continued use of customer database, breach of license by transfer of customer database, breach of stock purchase agreement for failure to pay royalties, voidable conveyance, conversion of Intellectual property, etc. Mr .LeClair appealed Judge Lewis's order and his appeal was denied after a scheduled March 8th, 2018 hearing.
Click here to read Judge Lewis's order which threw out all of LeClair's defenses.
3- June 12th, 2017 Mr LeClair was sued in Federal Court for Negligence, Negligent Misrepresentation, Breach of Contract, Fraud, Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices Hidden Valley Ranch Holdings, LLC v. Luxury Auctions Marketing, Inc. Jeremy LeClair, www.source.auction, Grandeur Luxury Auctions et al (3:17-cv-00320)
North Carolina Western District Court.
That case was settled according to court records in September, 2018.Click here to read lawsuit.
4- June 23rd, 2017 Atain Specialty Insurance Company v. Luxury Auctions Marketing, Inc. et al (3:17-cv-00344) North Carolina Western District Court
Nature of Suit: Contract - Insurance. Atain obtained a declaratory judgment against LeClair et al.
5-June 29th, 2017 Atain Specialty Insurance Company v. Luxury Auctions Marketing, Inc. et al (3:17-cv-00368)
North Carolina Western District Court
Nature of Suit: Contract - Insurance
Atain obtained a declaratory judgment against LeClair et al in that case as well.
Furthermore Jeremy LeClair aka Jeremy Wyatt or Jeremy Wyatt LeClair nor any other company has the right to use in any manner the name Grand Estates Auction Company (a federally registered trademark owned by GEA Inc), its intellectual property or its proprietary database. Jeremy LeClair's non exclusive license was terminated by GEA Inc and was accepted as terminated by the Mecklenburg County Superior Court as of Nov 10th, 2016.
To recap Mr. LeClair did not buy GEA Inc nor 4K&D Corporation d/b/a Grand Estates Auction Company.
Jeremy LeClair or anyone else has no right to any of our proprietary database, it can not be marketed, sold or granted access to. Anyone who is granted access is doing so illegally and we will seek any remedy available to us under the law.
Mr. LeClair and Luxury Auctions Marketing Inc. were granted a non-exclusive license on August 8th, 2016 by GEA Inc.
The license was revoked in November 2016 by GEA Inc for, amongst other things, failure to pay royalties, voidable conveyance, conversion, etc...
All of LeClair's defenses were thrown out by a Mecklenburg county superior court judge and decision was upheld by the NC Court of Appeals.
Furthermore Jeremy LeClair,Source.Auction, Grandeur Luxury Auctions, Grandeur Luxury, Grandeur Yacht Auctions et al are NOT affiliated with GEA INC, a registered Nevada Corp nor 4K&D Corp nor Grand Estates Auction Company.
Grand Estates Auction Company is a US registered trademark owned exclusively by GEA Inc.
Read California Dept of Insurance accusations against Jeremy Wyatt LeClair aka Jeremy LeClair.
Under Count XV "The facts alleged above in Paragraphs II through VI show that the Respondent has shown incompetency or untrustworthiness in the conduct of any business, or has by commission of a wrongful act or practice in the course or any business exposed the public or those dealing with him to the danger of loss and constitute grounds for the Insurance Commissioner to suspend or revoke Respondent's licenses and licensing rights pursuant to the provisions of Sections 1668(j) and 1738 of the California Insurance Code."
Under Count XIV "The facts alleged in Paragraphs II through VI show that the Respondent has engaged in fraudulent practice or act and conducted business in a dishonest manner and constitutes grounds for the Insurance Commissioner to suspend or revoke Respondent's licenses and licensing rights pursuant to the provisions of Sections 1168(i) and 1738 of the California Insurance Code."
Count XII "The facts alleged above in Paragraphs II through VI show that Respondent is not of good business reputation, pursuant to Sections 1168(d) and 1738 of the California Insurance Code."
Count XIII "The facts alleged above in Paragraphs II through VI show that Respondent lacks integrity, pursuant to Sections 1168(e) and 1738 of the California Insurance Code."
Count XI T"he facts alleged above in Paragraphs II through VI show that Respondent does not intend actively and in good faith to carry on as a business with the general public transactions for which he is licensed, pursuant to Sections 1668(c) and 1738 of the California Insurance Code."
"For the reasons set forth herein, Respondent's licenses and licensing rights should be permanently revoked so he may not return to transacting insurance in the State of California." Dated July 9th, 2015 California Department of Insurance
Brian D Fitzgerald, Attorney for the Department.