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stamped complaint _ Daniel Zappin v. Maker Studios_ ynon kreiz et al

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									0A/00/2013     72:.I9:2'l FAJ' 213249999A                            N A T I O N W I D EL E G A L                                                                         1



                                                                       o(00iPY
                                          SUMMONS                                                                       FOR COUR' USE O'{IY
                                                                                                                     lsoaoP t uso D€t coFr9
                                      (crTActoNJUDtctAL)
             TO
       NOTICE DEFENDANT:                                                                                                OF
       (AWSOAL DEMANDADO):

       BEN DONONVAN, an individual; LISA DONOVAN, an individual;
                                                    Additional PartiesAttachment form is
                                                                                                                                       5?0r3
       YOUARE BEING       BY
                    SUED PLAINTTFF:
       (LO ESTA DEMANDANDQ DEMANDANTE):
                                                                                                            John Clarke,
                                                                                                               A.      Execr.rtive
                            EL
       SCOTT KATZ, an individual; DEREK JONES,an individual;                                                    ByAmber  Hayes.
                                                                                                                              Deputy
       WILL WATKINS, an individual; and DANNY ZAPPIN, an individual

                   You have beensued.The @un mav                   you    yourbeingheardunless
                                                             agalnsi Wlhout                  you
           You have 30 CAENDAR DAYSafler this srmrnonsand legatpapersare servedon you to 6tea writtenresponseat lhjs courl and havea copy
        servedon lh€plaintilf.A bner or phonecell \Nillmt protectyou. Your w'itlen response;L6t b€in properlegatform if you want tl|e colrl ro n€aryour
        9a19 Tlere maybe a coun tormthal you can usetor your response.        You canfnd thesecourt foms ard m-ore     idorm;tion al the Catitorniaco{,rts
                         C"ll", (wwet                              your
        Yl"T Ylt--!,:! lor a lee waivercourlinlo.ca.govl5enre/p), countylaw libfary,or the courthouse
        lhe coun derK
                                                                                                            nearestyou. tfyou cannolpay lhe fting fee, ask
                                       rorm. lf you do not file your responseon tide, you may lose lhe caseby uefail, arxi your wagei, nrcney,ano property
        may be takenwilhoutfurtherwamingfromthe coui.
          - There are other legal requhements.   You maywantto crll an aitomeyrbht away.tf you do not know an attomey,you may wart to cal an aflorney
        refenal seMce lf you cannol affordan alloroey,you may be eligiblefor hee tegaliervices from a nonpront      tegd #riices program.you can l@ate
        thesenonp_rofit groups.althe CalitornraLegalServices     Web sita (wvr^rl.lawle
                                                                                      lpcatitotnia.oql,ltg Calif;miaC;uds OnlirE Se[:LHelp Center
        \vtww.countnto gov/sei[ie/p) or by conlactin-g local courto( counly bar associalioo.
                        ca                               your                                        NoTE: The courl has a stahJtory ior w?ivedfees and
                                                                                                                                    lien
        costson any s€ttlernerior arbitralionawatdot $10,000or morein a civil case.lhe courfs lien mustb€paidberorelhe coui wifl dismissthe c6se.
        iAwsol Lo handenadacb si no rcsponckdentrode 30 dtas,ta coie pte* decdir en su contta sin escueha, @rsi6n. Leata inlotmacpna
                                                                                                                          su                                        FFI
            Tiene30 DlAs DE 'ALENDARI' despLds que b entreguenesta cit*i5n y pepebs tegalespata presenlatuna respuesta escnto esta
                                                      de                                                                           pot         en
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        cqte y hacerque se entegue una copia al denadante. I)na cafta o una llMlada tebl6nicano b r,t/i&en Su respuesi por eicrito Erc que estar
                                  s, dese, guerlocesen su cesoen ta corte.Es Ftosibte heydun totmiratu que uaea iueda isa, $n su n"p*"t".
                                                                                      que
                      F:l Pry"19
        1! l!!:y enconiar estosfotmulanos
        ruede                               de h coie.y nes.infonnacian el Canbodc AyEa de tas Coftes& Catilotni (vvww.gucr[te
                                                                        en                                                           .ca.govt,en E
         bibliotecd leyesde su condab o en la coie quele quede mes cerca.Si nopuede pag la cuotade prcsfitaci5n, pba al sacqtafi a" u *rt"
        que.9 d6..un
                     de
                        fomuFlo * exenciSn pagoctecuofas.si ro p.rserla su re sprcsta6 Enpo, prcaeper*r et caso potircumplimienloy b cottete
                                              ale
        pod6 quitat su sueldo,dinercy bienessin mes advertencie.
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           Hay otros tequisitoslegales Es econehalableque tlamea un abogadoinmediatamente, no ranoce a un abagealo,
                                                                                                 si                        puecte        e
                                                                                                                                  ltamar un sa.ydb de
        remisi6na abogados si no puedepagar a un ebc6/acto, posibl, quecunpta con tos rcquisnosparaobtenerseibios tegates
                                                                 es                                                                 gntuitostb un
        ptwrama de seNicitss   I'egalassin frnesde lucto. Puedeencontar estosgtv\s sin fircs ie lucroen et sitb webde Calto;ta LeAatSeNrces,
        11^ t.fawhefpcafifomia

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            r                   on), en el centro de AWdade tas coftes de caifomia,l\ry$rw.sucorte.ca.gov.) i4dose en cont*t;con ta coneo et
                                                                                                          o pon
                                       Autso: Por tev,ta cotle tienederechod reclamarias crrctasy bs c&t& er entosporimprcr w gravalnensobte
        i!:9::,!::ryyt,b"abs.
        cuaquer rccupeBcbn de      gl0.o0o 6 mes(k vabr tecibic,,medianteun acuerdoo una concesi6n annaie
                                                                                                       de         in un c€saae *-recho cvil. T'rJneque
        pqar et gravemenclela cone an/€sde que la coftepueda desechar caltr..
                                                                           el
       The nameandaddress the courtis:
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       (f_ot proof of seNiceof lhis summonquse proof of5e@
       (Para  pruebade antega de estacitatjdn ellotmutatio
                                             use             proolof Servic€ ofSummons,  (pOgOtO)).
                                       NOTICE THEPERSON
                                              TO                        you
                                                               SERVED: areserved
         ISEAL]
                                       1. -   as an individual
                                                            debndant.
                                       2. E   as the personsued underthe fictitous nameof (specit)r


                                         3. E       on behalfol (specit);


            25 ?013
                                            under:E   CCp 416.t0 (corporation)                                    CCP416.60(minor)
                                                                                           E
          JuN                                     fl
                                                  E
                                                      Ccp 416.20
                                                      CCP416.40
                                                                   (detunct
                                                                          corporation)     E
                                                                   (association pa.tnership)
                                                                              or
                                                                                                                  CCP416.70(conservatee)
                                                                                                                  CCP416.90          person)
                                                                                                                           (authorized
                                                                                           f]
                                                  E   other (specit)i
                                         4. E   bypersonat
                                                         detivery (dafd:
                                                                 on
       Fm Adoptedt6 Mandetqy Us€
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                                                  Katz, et al. v. Donovan,et al.

                                                           INSTRUCTIONS USE
                                                                          FOR
                ) Thisformmaybe usedas an attachment anysummons spacedoesnotpermit listing all parties the summons.
                                                     to            if                   the    of       on
                                   is
                + lf thisattachment used,insert following
                                                the     statement the plaintifi defendant on thesummons:
                                                                in            or        box            "Additional
                                                                                                                Parties
                  Attachment  formis attached."

                List addilionalparties(Check                      pagefor eachWe of party.):
                                           onlyonebox.Usea separate

                  !         euintitt          E   Defendant f]     cross-complainant E      CroseDefendant
             YNON KREIZ, an individual;
             MARK SUSTER. individual:
                            an
             DANA SETTLE,anindividual;
             RACHEL LAM, an individual;
             MICIIAEL DISANTO,an individual;
             DONALD LEE, anindividual:
             GRPPARTNERS,    L.P.,a Delaware LimitedPartnershiD:
             GRPIII, L.P.. Delaware
                         a           LimitedPartnership:
             GRPIII INVESTORS. a Delaware
                                 L.P.,                 Parrnership;
                                                 Limited
             MIDA HOLDINGSCALIFORNIA,INC.,a Califomia        corporation;
             ANGULO VENTURES LTD., an Isleof Mancorporation;
                                  Il,
             MAKER STUDIOS,    INC.,a Califomia corporation;
             andDOES I through 50,




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              Folin Adoptedtd Mandabry u*
                 Judidal Cootrir of Carilmia                ADDITIONAL     ATTACHMENT
                                                                     PARTIES
             St]lr,i.2oqa) lRev Jatusry r, 2oo4                     Attachment to Summons
                                                                                                 LdisNertt@,lutonakd   Col{ornto   Judi. ial Council Fortu
                                                              elrld.a1rl\llllar        i-ira,rt   I t   (rM,at   llllU&&.IrD
                      NOTICE OrcAsE ASSICNMENT.I'INIIIi{ITED CIvrL C SiE(NON-CI1\SSACTTON)
                                           CercNurabcr
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        ASSIG'NED                             DEPT         ROOM                           II'DGE
                                                                                  ASSIGINED                                    DEPT   ROOM
         Hor. Drdcl Bucllry                      I           511                  l!on. Mc,hecl
                                                                                              Johuon                            56    511
         Hoo. BnbNn.A" Mcicrs                    12          636                  IIoo. Rrlph w' Dau                            57    517
        ,,llon TcnyA Grcoo
                                               A             300                  llon Rolf M. Trar                             5E    515
         Hoo.RicnrrdFruin                        tt)         107                  Hoo.Mchrcl L. Stcrn                           6t    600
         llol. Rita Millcr                       l6          309                  Hon.Mrrt Mooocy                               6t    6t7
         Hoo Ri&ardE Rico                        t7          309                  Hon W'rllianF.Fahcy                           69    621
         Hon.KcvinC.Brazilc                     20           3r0                  Hon Soussr!C. Brugucra                        7l    729
                  L.
         Hon.Robcrt tlca:                       21           314                  Hon.RuthAu Kwrn                               72    7tl
         Hon MaryAm Murphy                      25           317                  Hon.Tcrcse
                                                                                           Srnclrcz-Gordoo                      74    135
         Hotr. YYctlG Prlizrclos
                     M.                          2t          3tr
         Hoa Bubrra Sc,hcpcr                     30          400

         Hor Mtry lL Stob€l                      12          406                  Hon. Emilie H. Eliac                         t24    ccw
                     Dufr -l,awi:
         Hon lvlaurcco                           3t          4t2                  Hou. Elihu M. Berle*                         321    ccw
         Hoo. Michcllc & Roscobld                40          4t{                  OTI{ER
         l|or tromldltL Sohigi&                  4l          411
         Ho!. Ho[y E.Kcodig                      12          416

         Hon.Mcl Rcd&ccrna                       45          529
         Ho!" DGbr"Kltz Wcirrr8ub                17          sqt
         Ho!. Eliz!ffi Allcn Whitr               4t          506
         Hon DcirdrcHill                         49          J0!)

         Hou loh L Scgrl                         50          50t
         HoD.AbnhrD Xhln                         JI          5n
         Hoo" Su$n Br',&t-Dc8so[                 52          510

         Hotr. Stcvcot Kleificld                 53          5r3
         Ho[" Encrt tvl Hirosbitp                51          5t2
         Hon Mrlcolmll Ma&y                      55          515

l! c!.lhrtl*d  r conptr (o[r [nn cht| ,.dootr|.t_frlhfyrdt- b JraF E&r I. ffi h Oryrlt:r ta oldi. Crtd Chl h.t Coul|out 8.
comltnii-Avr" ll Alt h.lto+ Thr-rrrbitdt b tu c.-FrDo;r.     otrrrr;lr!firo?nloicr.E-corfrf,rhn;l5a                     Gor
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                                                   lrr iii nry r nc$l      r cn dr. t|t- dd; aE;titd;    prqii a,-.tiJ-
mdodtb r adrth ir hd oltlcl

    to
Givon thc Pl'inrifi/Cro$4onphimdAttomcy of Rrcordon                                                     JOHN CLARKE,
                                                                                                            A.     Exccrnivc
                                                                                                                           OEccr/Clat
    l cN cclt.t90 (R.Y. o.t/12)                        NOTICE CASE
                                                            OF   A8SIGI{HENT.                                                               P|e lof 2
    |ItlC Apprlwld 03{!
    Foroilbnrlthr                                          UNUTITEDCMLCASE
                        INSTRUCTIONSFOR EANI'LING I'IILMITED                    CTVIL CASES
Thc followingcriticalptovisions thc Chapter
                              of                    as
                                          ThrccRules, opplicablc thc Cenral Distric! aresunmarizcd yourassistanc€.
                                                               in                                for
APPLICATION

Th€ChaptdThrccRulca
                  werocffcctivcJanuary 1994.Thcyapplyto all gencral
                                     l,                           civil casas.
PRIORpY OVEROTmR RITLDS
Thc Chaptcr
          TbrecRulcs
                   shallhavepriorityoverall oftcr LocalRules thc oxtcntthc others incongistoni.
                                                           to                   are
CEALLENGE TO ASSICNEDJI'DGE

A chall€n8c undcrCo& ofCivil Proccdurc
                                     scction 170.6nust bc madowithin 15 daysafternoticcof assigamat sll purpos€r
                                                                                                  for          to
ajudgc,or if a partyhas yct appcard within 15rlays thc 6r3tappcanDce.
                       not                        of
TIME STANDARDS

    assigncd thcIndividual
Cascs      to            Calendaring
                                   Courtwill bc subject procG$ing
                                                      to        urder thc followingtimostandards:
COMPLUNTS: A[ conPhintsshallbc served
                                    within60 rtays filing audproof of scrvice
                                                 of                          shallbe filcd within90 rlays firing.
                                                                                                        of
CROSS-COMPIIIINTS: Withoutleaveof coudfirst bcingobtained', cross-complaint bc frlodby anyparg afrcrthcir
                                                                  no               nay
ll:wcr. is filcd. Cros*omptaints
                               shallbe servcd
                                            within30 rlays thc filiry dateandi proofo*crvicc nd witliir 60Aays
                                                          of                                                 orru
filing datc.

A Status Confcrcocc bc schcthrled tho assigncd
                    will              by          Indepcrdcnt
                                                            CalcndarIudgcno laterrhan270 daysafrcrtbc fiting of th6
           Coungsl 'n'st bc fully prcparcd discuss followingissues:
                                         to      thc              altcrnative
                                                                            disputc          bifilc*ion, ,aiu."ot,
                                                                                   resolution,
:9Tp.l"iot
tisl datc,andcxpcrtwitncsscs.

FINAL STATUSCONtrT,RENCE

Thc.Couft rcquircthc prdica at a stans confercnce Dorcthatrt0 daysbcforE tial to havctim€lyfilcd rnd scrvcd
           will                                    not                        thc                               all
        in
motions liminc,bifurcation notio,ns,staiem€rtsofmajor cvidcntiary
                                                                issues,
                                                                      dispositivc
                                                                                motions,
                                                                                       rcqueocdJuyinrtuCions,  anrf
lPTitl lYy instuctions spccial
                       and       jury vcrdicts, Thescmattcrsmaybo heardind rcsolvcd tis ionrorcircJ.At lea* i'days
                                                                                    at
beforpthis conftrcnco,couBcl mustalsohavecxchrngcd of cxiribig and wibcsscsaudhavosubmittod Oc courta kicf
                                                      lists                                      to
statcmrot oftho case bcreadto thejury panclasrcquired Chrptor
                   to                                 by        Eigbtofthc LosAngelesSupcrior
                                                                                            CourtRulcr.
 SANCTIONS

 Thocourtwill imposc          smctiorsfor lhc failurcor rcfisal to conplywith ChrptcrThrccRulcs,
                    rypropriatc                                                                ordcm mratc thcCour!
                                                                                                         by
 ad timc rtandtrd8 dcadlinos
                  c          cstablishcd thc court or by tc Ctapti'ftrcc nUir. Suchsanctions t" on a p"rty ot ii
                                       by                                                        nay
 approprialc coutrsol tbc party.
           on        for

 Thk k not r complctcdclherdo! of tbe Chrptcr Thrcc Rulcs,rnd rdhcrcncc onl5r thc abovcprovklonr lr thcrcforc
                                                                            lo
 rot r Su.nntcc agrinrt tte lnporition of crncdon! undcr Trirt Court Dcley Redncfiol. Cucthl rcrding and
 complirnce with thc rcturl Chrptcr Rulcr h ibsolutcly impcrrfivG.




     tACtVCCH tgo (Rry.0l/t2)                                    -
                                             NOTICE CASEASSIGNTENT
                                                   OF                                                     P4.2ol2
     t^ltC Apglovld 05.06
     Fo. O0lbn.l U|.                             UNLIT|TEDCMLCASE
                          VOLUNTARY
                                  EFFICIENT
                                          LMGANON STIPUI.ATIONS

                             The EarlyOrganizational  Meeting   Stipulation,
                                                                           Discovery
                          Resolution  Stipulation, Motions Limine
                                                and          in                 are
                                                                      Stipulation
gsFrbr Counof crltto|nh
Co||nly d L'6 Al|i.l..
                          voluntary            entered bytheparties. parties
                                    stipulations      into                The
                          may enterinto one, two, or all three of the stipulations;
                          however,   they may not atter the stipulations written,
                                                                          as
                          because Court
                                   the       wants ensure
                                                  to        uniformity application.
                                                                      of
La Arf0|r Co||nly
&a lraocdo0               These stipulations meantto encourage
                                              are                        cooperation
Lltlfrto|t S.cdon
La Anirh. Gounty          between parties
                                   the         and to assistin resolving issuesin a
E|r^raocllbn  lrbor |nd
Eitpbyrr.nl bu S.ctlon    manner promotes
                                  that          economic resolution judicial
                                                         case            and
                          efficiency.

 Ti-Ll$
conMar Atio.rrya
                             The following organEationsendonsethe goal of
AraocLlbn of Lo3Ar|!.N-   promotingefficiencyin litigationand ask that counsel
                          considerusrng fhese stipulations a voluntaryway to
                                                           as
                          promotecommunications procedures
                                                    and           among counsel
                          andwiththecouttto faifly resotue     ih
                                                         issues theircases.

                          OLosAngeles
                                    County Association
                                         Bar         Litigadon
                                                             SectionO
SogirT|r c|lro.||b
D.i|[.  Co||rul

                                  I LosAngelee
                                             County Association
                                                   Bar
                                   LaborandEmployment SecflonO
                                                    [-aw
-5U:
AtaocLaloo ol
Eurlmaa Tfil lrty.[
                             OGonsumer
                                     Attorn€ys
                                             A$ocia0onof LosAngelesO

                                 OSouthemCallfomla
                                                 Defense
                                                       CounselO

                                 OAssoclatlon Business
                                            of       TrlalLawyersO

                              lcallfomia Employment    AssoclatlonO
                                                 Lavr4yer
                                                                                        brrt-orr   ar lQ




         IELCPHO{E M).I                      FrJ(r|(,. |o!dod!
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             Fm rtrl:
    AITOfifiEY
SUPERIOR   OF
       COURT CAUFORNIA"
                      COUNTY LOSAI{GELES
                           OF
COURI}IOUAE
          ADRSES:

Frt tll|fFl


OGfE OA{T:


                                                                               crsEra.|aB
                        - EARLY
              STIPULATIOI.I    ORGANIZATIONAL
                                           IIEETING

       Thb :tlpuletlon lr Intended encourag.coop.ra8onemongfre par{er at an e.rly tt.g. In
                                  to
       thc lhlgauonandto ar:lrt the prrtl.s ln efrlclentcere relolutlon.
       The pardo. ag.eethrt:
        1. The parties commltb conduc{an initial conbrence (in-pe6on or vla teleconfererrce vla
                                                                                            or
           videoconference) withln 15 daysfrom the dab thls sdpulation slgned,to discussaN @nstdef
                                                                     ls
                    therccenb gf//€,emant the follovving:
           wll€itl7€r                     on
              a' Ars motlom to challengeo|€ plesdings necessary?lf the issue can b€ rssotv€dby
                 amendrnent of dghl or lf the court would allow leav€to amend,could an amended
                              as
                 complsint r€solvemostor all of th€lssuosa demurrer mlgtrto0rerwlserabe? lf so,th6pertios
                 agreeto workthroughpleadhglssuesso that a ddnur€r n€€dontyrais€lssug5theycannot
                 rssdve. ls th€lssuethatth€defsndmtseekato ralseamenable      to-r€solutbn demuner.
                                                                                          on          or
                 would someo'0l€rtypo of motbn be preferable? could a volurfiary    targetedexctungeof
                 dotlments or lnbnmdon by any partycrrae uncertalngin the pleadlngsi
                                                           an
              b. Inltlal muhlalo(changEsof documentrs tho 'cors' of the li0gauon. (For €xample,in an
                                                        at
                 employmor case, th€ employmen!      records,p€.sorm€l and dodimonts rotatingto th6
                                                                        ffe
                 conduc{h queston coutd be considered     'core.' ln a p€rsonat
                                                                               Injurycase. an Ini{dentor
                 police ropott medlcal records,and repair or malntenance    records-couH be consHEred
                 'cors.');

              c. Erchange nam€sandcontact
                         of             lrforimtlon of wilrpsses;
              d. Any insurance_agreomer|t 0rat may be avalhHe to sadsfypart or alt of a judgmant, to
                                                                                                or
                 indemnfi or eimbursofor payments .n8deto satisfya judgm€nt;
              e. Exchange atry oiher informatlon mightbe helpfut hdfitate urderstandhg.hendting,
                           of                  that            to
                 or resoludon the caseln a manner pr€s€rrcs
                              of                that       obFlms or prlvlleges agr&menr;
                                                                               by
              f' Conlrolllng
                           lssuesof lil that, lf aesotved
                                                        early,wll pro.not€
                                                                         eftderrcyand economy other
                                                                                            in
                 phases thacase. Arso,wftenard rrowsictrr$u€s canb€presenH to tre court;
                       of
              g. whother or when the case,should 8ch€dut€d a so sner offic€r,what discweryor
                                                  b€          srith
                 courtrullngon legallssuesls reasonadylequirodto makosatttement
                                                                              disanssions
                                                                                        meaninjful,
                 and whetherth€parih wlsh b uso a sltdngjudgeor a privalemadlator otheroptiorsas
                                                                                  or
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           dls@ssed the :Altema0ve
                    ln           Dbprte RecoMlon(ADR)InbrmationPactag€'sotvd wih the
           comdalnt

      h. Computrthnof damages,         documenbnot pfullegedor proteci8d
                               Inctudlng                               fromdbcbsure,on
         wtrlchsuchcomputadon b$ed;
                            ls
      l. Whelherhe case ls sultablofor tre Expedibd Jury Trlat procsdures
                                                                        (s€e inlbmatlon at
         ws.l.suo.dotco,trlom  under'Ctvlt ard thonunder'Ger€rst lnfomatlufl.
           Tho ltrnotor s dehndingpartyto r€spond a oomdalntor cross-complsint b6 €xbnded
                                                 to                           will
           to                      tor tho complaiGand                         br lhe cross.
                    {|r6Eit o^rEl                             (ntCiT D rEl
           comdaht,whichls comprls€d tha 30 daysto rcspondunderGovomrneflt
                                      of                                     CodeS6861qb),
           and lhe 30 days permitted Codeof ClvXprocedure
                                    by                      secdon10$4(a),  goodcausehaving
           beenfourd by the CM Sup€wlslng   Judgedue b Orecas€managom€nl   benetitaprovHadby
           lhls Stpdallon.

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           and EarlyOqanlzdoml MeetingSfputadon,        a.d f desk€d,a p.lpoc€d ord€rsummarldng
           resullsof hdr me€tand conferand advlslngth€court of any way lt may asslsthe par es;
           €fficiet conductor rssolutbnof th. cas€. Th€padbs sha0ettech0lo JointStafusR€portto
           the Case Manegff|ont Conferencestatsmont,and file the docum€nts          wh€n th€ CMC
           statament due.
                      b
 4'        Refercnces 'dap' meancalendar
                       to                     days,unlessolherwlse nobd, tt th€d8b br perfoming
           anyacl pursuadto thls stpulationfalls on a sat rdey,sundry or court holhay,thenthedmL
           br performlng aci shallbe €xterd€dto the nexlCcrrt day
                          thet
 Th€follillng par$6 stiputate:



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 €{    |LAOoRESS pdon 0:
      AlTfirCY FORtta.|rl
SUPERIOR
       COURTOFCALIFOR}IIA"   OF
                        COUNTY LOSANGELES

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                                                                                       ct6EaatER
                                .
                       SNPULATIO!{ DISCOVERY
                                           RESOLUNON

        Thlr ltlpulailon |r lntended lo provldo a fart and lntorm.l rerotutlon of d6covery l:suct
        through llmltcd paperwork and rn tnforunrl conference wlth thc court to rld ln the
        resolutlon of the lr:uet.
        The partler agree that:

        1. Prior to the disooveryqrt-off in thls action,no disovery nrotionshall be filed or hearduntess
           the.mgvtngpady first makesa wdttenrequ€stfur an lnfuirnatDiscovery      Confersnog   pu6uant
           to the terms of this stipulation.

        2. At !h9 lnfonlal DiscoveryConference Gourtwill consklerthe dlsputepresented partios
                                                the                                      by
           and determinowhetherit can b€resolvedinformally. Notring set forh h'ereln precludea
                                                                                    wilt
           p"t!-y fto|n maftinga record at the condueion of an InfornralDiscov€ryConferenoe,either
           orallyor in writhg.

       3. Followlnga reasonabl€ good faith attemptat an inbrmal rcsolutinnof eadt issu€to be
                               and
          pr€senled,a pady rnay r€quostan InformatDiscoveryCmference pursuantto the followlng
          procedures:

                     a. The partyrequostingth€lnformalDiscoveryConference
                                                                        will:
                       i'        File a Requast for tnbrmal Drscoveryconference wlth the derk's office on the
                                 appoved fom (copy attached) and ddlver a couriosy, confonned copy to th€
                                 aseigneddepariment;

                      il.        lncludea brlef summaryof the disputeand specifi the relief requested;
                                                                                                     and
                      ili.       $rve the opposingparty pursuantto any auttprized or agreedmethodof service
                                 lhat ansuresthat the opposingparty receivesthe ReqwJt for InformalDiscovery
                                 Confor€nc€ laterthan the next court day folowlng the filing.
                                            no

                     b. Any Answ€rto a Requestfor tnformalOiscorrery
                                                                   Conferencamust
                       l.        Also be fil€d on lhe approvedform (copy attached);

                      ii.        Includea brief summaryof why lhe requestadreliefshouldba denM;
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             ill.   Be filed withintwo (2) courtdaysof recelptof the Request;
                                                                            and

             iv.    Be served on th3 oppoGing   party F,rsuant to any authorizedor agreed upon
                    method d servlcethat ensur€sthat the opposingparty ,sc€ives the fursfler no
                    laterthan th€nod courtday followingthe fillng.

       c. No oh6r pleadings,
                           indudingbut not limited exhibiE,declaraUons, atladrrnents,
                                                  to                 or            will
          be accapt€d.

       d. lf the Coud has ncrtgrantedor denied the Requestfor lnformatDiscoveryConference
          within ten (10) days followingthe ffling of the Request,then it shalt be deemedto have
          been denled, lf the Court acls on tho Request,the padies will be notifed whetherthe
          Requestfor lnformal DiscoveryConferencehas been grantedor d€ni€d and, if granted,
          the date and time of the InformalDiscovery   Conference,which must be wilhin twonty(20)
          days of fte fillng of the Requestfor InformalDiscoveryConferance.
       e. lf the conferencels not hetd within twenty (20) dalls of the filing of the Requestfor
          Informal DlscoveryConf€rence,unless extendedby agreementof tre parties and lhe
          Cou( then lhe Requestfor the lnformalDiscoveryConferencesha be deemedto haw
          beendenied thattime.
                      at
      lf (a) the court has denleda conferenceor (b) one of th€tim€deadlinesabove has expired
      withoutthe corrt havlngacted or (c) the tnfiormalDlscoveryconferenceis concluded wilhout
      esolving the dlepute,then a party mayftle a discororymotionb addr€s unresolved issu€s.
      The partes hereby further agree that the lime for rnaking a rbtofl to compet or other
      9t""g"erv motion is tolled from th€ dat6 of fiting of tha Request br lnfonnal Discovery
      conferenceunlil (a) the requestis deniedor deemeddeniedor (b) twenty(20) daysafter the
      fflingof the Requestfor InformalDiscoveryGonference,  whidrevei is earliei, uirbs! extended
      by Orderof the Coud..

      It is the undersliandirgand int€nt oJ the partiesthat this stipulatbn shatl, for eadr discovery
      dlsputelo whidl lt applles, consttut€a writing rnernorlalizing 'spocific tater dato to whictr
                                                                      a
      the progoqnding d€.nsndingor requestinglpartyand the responding
                        lor                                                    party hav6agreod in
      rwifing,'-wihin the meaningof Code Civil procedur€    sec-tions 2030.300('c),  iOSt.eeOlcl,anO
      2033.290(c).

     Nothinghereinwill pndude any party ftom apptyir€ex pa a for app,opriat€retief,inc-tudirB
     an otder shorteningtime for a rnotionto be head concamlngdiscovoi.

7. Any party may tsrmlnate this stipulationby giving twonty{ne (211 dayenotice of intent to
     terminatethe s$pulatlon.

8. References  b'days' mean calendardayt, unlessothorwis€    noted. lf th€date for performing
   any act pu6uant b thls stipulationfalls on a Saturday,Sundayor Courtholiday,then the time
   for parformlng act shall be extandedto the neld Courtday
                 that




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 Date:
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 Date:
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                            COUNTY LOS
                                 oF   AI{G|ELES
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                             INFORIIALDISCOVERY
                                              CONFERENCE                                       c -rlrB
                 (prnsuant he qFcowry R$oluton Stipttadmof th6partie3)
                         to
        1. Thb                         rolateslo:
                    E                  br
                                Requecn lnbrrnalDbcov€ry
                                                       Confererrce
                    U           fuiswer Roqitost Informat
                                      to      for              Conference
                                                       Discovery
       2. Deadllne for court to dedde on Roqu€st                                       firsr d.b r0 dr.t . d.r roro*rer,fire
                                                                                                                           d
              ll|R.q|t!tl.
       3. Deadlln€ Courtto hold tnbrmatDbcoreryConference:
                 for                                                                                       {lt!n d|b 20 c.brd.r
              drF lblo.rhe fr|e of h fbqr[ll
       4. For r R€qued for lntorm.l Dlrcovery conference, lgtgft dorcrtbc tho netun of tho
          dlrcovery dltpu!9, Includlng the frc{a end legal argulnentr at t!.u.. For an Anawer to
          R.quo3t ior Infonnel Dbcovery confonnco, !dg0r dercrtb. why the court rhould dcny
          the r.qu$t d dl.covery,Includlngthefactr and lcgil argumentrit lsur.




                                            (puFuentto hc DbcovoryRosolutiatS0plation of tn parties)
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       COURT CAUFORNIA,.
SUPERIOR    OF        COUNTY LOSANGELES
                           OF
          ADORESA
COIJR?HOIJEE




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                               -
            SNPULATIONAND OROER IJ|OTIONS UMINE
                                        II{


     Thfe stlpulatlon ls Intended to provlde fact and Informal resolutlon of svldentlary
     lilue3 lhroughdlllgenteffortsto dellne8nd dlscuri such lseuosand limit paperwork.

     Thepartlesagreethal:
     1. At least -     days beforethe final stahrsconference,sscfi party will provideall other
        pafllee with a llet contalnhga on€paragraph  explanation each proposedmotionln
                                                                of
        limine. Eachoneparagraph    explanationmustldentify substance a singlepropos€d
                                                           the           of
        motionin limineand thegroundsfor h6 propossd   rnotion.
     2. The partiesthereaftarwill m6et and confer, either In p€rsonor via teleconference
                                                                                       or
        vid€ooonference, concomlng proposed
                                   all                 in
                                              motions limine. In that meetandcmfer, the
        partleswlll determln€:
          a. Whetherthe parUes   can stipulatsto any of he proposedrmtions. lf the partbs so
             stpulat€,theymay llle a sdpulation p'roposed
                                               and         orderwiththe Court.
          b. Whetherany of the poposed motionscan be Mefed and submittedby meansof a
             chortjolnt statemsnlof issues. For sacft motionwhicfrcan be addressed a short
                                                                                      by
             Jcintstatement issues,a shortjoint statem€nt issuesmustbe f,ledwlththe Court
                             of                            of
              10 dayEprior to the linal status conference. Each side's portion of the shortjoht
             slatement issuesmaynot exceedthreepgges. The partes will meetand conferto
                       of
             agreeon a date and mannerfor exchanglng parties'respectiveportlonsof the
                                                          the
             shortjoint stiatem€nt issuss and the pmoossbr filing the shortJointstatement
                                 of                                                          of
             is6ues.
    3. All poposedmotions liminsthat are not eitherthe subjoctof a stipulatbnor briefedvh
                         In
                  statement lssueswill be briefedandfitedin accordanoe the Catifornia
       a shortJolnt        d                                             with
       Rulesof Courtandthe LosAngelesSuperlor  CourlRules.




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Thefollowlngpartlesetlpulate:
OaL:

              fiYPE ORPRINTMME)          (ATToRNEY
                                                 FoHPI^NNFF'

                             -
                          NAME
              fiYPEoRpFrr,f             (ATTORNEY OEFENbMT
                                               FOR


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                                                FORDEFilDAMT-
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Oato:

              FYPEORPRINT
                        t\iArr/iE-

                               -
                  OR
              GYPE PRINT
                       NE'E          (ATTORNFTFOR                   !


              6rveeonnarNiWf-        (ATToRNEYFOR                   I


THECOURTSOORDERS.
Date:
                                            JTI)ICIAL
                                                    OFFICER




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        MICF{ELMAN& ROBINSON.
         l5?60 Venrura
        Encino,CA 91436
        ArroRNE a,vM€):
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                       Blvd., 5thFlr., Encino, 91436
             rerecrore (818)783-5530
                     ro,
                         Plaintiffs.Scott
                                              CA
                                                      raxxo.(818)?93_550?
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       suPERroRcouRT
                                         Kalz,; DerekJones;
                      of cAuro ntn,cou,gry  oaffi
                                                          Will WatkiDs: DannvZabDin
                                                                      and                                                              2
                                                                                                                                     JUN 5 2013
                 amREss: I N. Hill St-
            srRE€T        II
            MATUNGAoDRESS:I I I N. Hill St.
                                                                                                                    John Clarke,
                                                                                                                       A.      Execudve
                                                                                                                                      Ollicer/i
              aNo cooE:
           crrY zrp      LOS AnSeleS 90012                                                                              ByAmber  Hayes.
                                                                                                                                     Deputy
              aaelcn     Centralbistrict - Stanley Mosk Courthouse
                   lr,,ue,
        CASE NAME:
                                     Katz, et al. v. Donova!, et al.
            CIVIL CASE COVERSHEET                                  ComplexCaseDeslgnatlon
       E     unri.n"d     I   limrtea
             (Amount          (Amount                         tl     CounGr        T]     Jolnder
             demanded         demanded   |s                     Filed with first appearanceby defendant J U D G E \ J v Y r r b L
             exceeds $25,000) $25.000 tess)
                                      or                            (Cal. Rules of Court, rule 3.402)
                                              Items 14 below must be comDleted kee instru.Jions
                                                                                            -
      1. check one box below for the case type that lest CEicriOes ttris case:
         Auto Tort                                            Contract                               Provisionally  ComploxClvll Lltlgadoo
         n       eu,o 1uz;                                   E       Breadrof contractA&arranty (06) (Cal.Rulesot Court rulos 3,400-3,403)
         L-l     Uninsured    molorisl (46)                  Ll      Rute3.710 eaiors tOgt
                                                                                 co                  fl     AntitrrstrrraOe   reoulatron
                                                                                                                                       {03)
         OrherPUPDMD(P€rsonal            lnl!ry/prope.ry     E       Other mflect,ons  (O9l          f]     con.,r"ton c"t"a ttot
         Damag€Mrong{ut         Death}Ton                    E       ,n.ur"n"" -uur"ou,,u,           D u""" to.t      (lo)                                                l.-l
         H 1*:''::(*] (24)                                   fl ote,"*r,"a1oi'                       f]     S€curities  lirhation(28)                                     \/
         L--l Prodrrcl     liabilily                          RealproDertv                           E      Environmentarfoxrc (:ot
                                                                                                                                  tort
         L-J Medical       malpractic€  (,r5)                        E-.nin€;ldomain/tnveEe
                                                             fl                                      Ll     Insurance   coveraqe  datmsarstnotromthe
         LJ      Other P|/"D/WD (23)                         _       condemnation   (14)                    aboveIsted pfouaronally    cornpteicase
                             (Othe.l To.t                    L---l Vvtongful  eviction(33)                  types(41)
         PE-PIIPD/WD
         L-l
         L-l
                 Businesstoruunfairbusiness
                 Clvil rights(08)
                                                 praclice(04 Ll      Otherreal properly(26)
                                                             !!!!w'ut Deratner
                                                                                                     p{rcement of JuOgrnent
                                                                                                     l-J    Entorcemenl judgmenl(20)
                                                                                                                           of
                                                                                                                                                                          =1
         L-J Defamatton        (13)                          fl      Commerciat(31)                  l{iscellaneous  Civll Comptaint
         LXJ Fraud(ro)                                               Residenriat(32)                              (zzt
                                                             fl                                      n nrco
         L-l     Intettectuat propeny
         LJProfessionalnegtigence{25)
         Ll      Othernon-PTTPDAAD(3S)
                                        (1g)

                                         lort
                                                             fl
                                                             JudiciatReview
                                                             E
                                                                     orugs1:ay

                                                                    Asset  forfeiture(OS)
                                                                                                     E     Othercompfainl(not spe<ified
                                                                                                     l/ll3cellaneou3
                                                                                                     f]]
                                                                                                                     Civil Potitlon
                                                                                                                                            abo€) (42)

                                                                                                           p"nn r"t'tp rno *rporate gov€mance      (zr)
                                                                                                                                                                          X
         Employm€nt                                          Ll      pelition arbitrauon
                                                                             re            awa.d(11)
         L-l    Wongtuttermination       (36)                       y\rrit mandate                   L___l Otherpetitionfrol sp*j6ed abwe) l43t
                                                             E           of           (02)
         L_l Otheremployment          {15)                   f]     Other  iudiciatreview (39)
      2. Thiscase [-l I 'rs t x is not compler under rule 3-400of the califomia Rules of Court.
          I nrs case             s [-2!J ls not                                                                     It the case is cornplex,mark the
         tactors requiringexceptionaliudicial management
           a. Lj     Largenumber separately
                                 of          represented  parties d. E                Largenumber witnesses
                                                                                                   of
           b L-j     Extensive
                             motion practice
                                           raising
                                                 difficlltor novel e. E               coordination related
                                                                                                  with       aclionspending oneor morecourts
                                                                                                                           in
                     lssues willbe timeconsuming resolve
                          that                     to                                 in othercountjes,
                                                                                                      siates, counlries,
                                                                                                            or
              r------1                                                                                                 orln a bderarcou[
           c. l-J Substantial  amount documentary
                                      of            evidence       f. E               Substantialposqudgment judiciat
                                                                                                                    supervision
      3 . Remedies  sought(check
                               attthat
                                     appty):a.@ monetaryb.S nonmonetary;dectaratory
                                                                                 orinjunctive
                                                                                           retief                                               c.E]punitive
      4 . Number caus€s aglgl (spec,t.)r
                  of       of           EIGHTEEN (l g)
      5. This case L_i is LI_l is not a ctass aclron
                                                   suit
      6. lf thereareany knownrelated
                                   cases, andservea notjce €lated case.
                                        file              of                                             usefotmCM-015.)
      Date:
          June25, 2013
               SanfordL.

       ' Plaintiff
                 mustfile thiscoversheetwith firstpaperfiteainitrJ aaio-n proceeorng
                                           the                          or
         underthe P^robate                                                           lexcept smal ctaims
                                                                                                       casesor casesfited
                            code, Famity
                                       code, or welfareandInstitutions
                                                                     coaey.'(Cirnuljs'ot cJuri, ;; ard ii;li; ti-file mayresutt
         in sanclions.
       . File this cover sheet In additionto any
                                                 cover sheet requiredby local court rute
       ' lr Inls case |s complex under rule 3 400 et seq. of the
                                                                 CalifomiaRules of Court,you must serve a copy of this cover sheet on all
         other partiesto the action or proceeding.
       ' Unless is a colleciions
              this             caseunderiule 3.740or a complex
                                                             case,thiscover
                                                                          sheet be usedfor statstical
                                                                              will                  ourDoses
                                                           CIVILCASECOVERSHEET                                         cd srfrt-(a   0t rd<i,   a.rnt ist rbn. s|d 3 to
                                                                                                    Le'isNerir@   Auonated   Collonn     Judk ial Conc        Fams
O OA 0 / 2 0 1 3
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                                                                  @GOPY
          SHORI TI'LE:
                         Katz, et al. v. Donovan,et at.                                                                                                              .l
                                                                                                                                                                     ir
                                                                                                                                                                     ll
                                     CIVILCASECOVERSHEET
                                                       ADDENDUMAND
                                            STATEMENT LOCATION
                                                    OF                                                                                                               i.
                         (CERTIFICATE GROUNDS ASSIGNMENT COURTHOUSE
                                   OF         FOR         TO       LOCATION)                                                                                         i
                                                                                                                                                                     f,
                   This form is required pursuant to Local Rule 2.0 in all new civil case filings in the Los Angel$ Supedor Court                                    .:
                                                                                                                                                                     ,:i

           Item I checkthe typesof hearing fiflin the estimated
                                         and                  rength hearing
                                                                   of       expecled thiscase:
                                                                                   for                                                                                   '
              JURY
                 TRIAL?
                      ff                         o"TtoN?
                                                       tr       yEs LmrEDcAsE? D".s               r,"e EslulrED FoRTRIAL- 7 E HouRS/gpAys
                                                                                                                       3
                              "a" "LA""                                                                                                                              .
           Item ll. Indicatethe correct      and        location steps- lf you checked
                                      district courthouse      (4                           Case',skipto ltemlll, pg. 4):
                                                                                     "Limited

              Step 1 : Afterlirstcompleting CivilCaseCoverSheet
                                          the                     form,tindthe mainCivilCaseCoverSheetheading your
                                                                                                             tor
              casein the leftmarginbelow,and,to the rightin Column the CivilCaseCoverSheet
                                                                 A,                        caseiypeyousetected.
                                                                                                                                                                     I
              Step 2: Checkone Supelior
                                      Courttypeof actionin Column belowwhichbestdescribes nature thiscase.
                                                                 B                      the    of                                                          I    I   ti
                                                                                                                                                           w'
              Step 3: In columnC, circlethe reason the courtlocation
                                                 for               choicethatapptres the typeot action
                                                                                   to                 you have
              checked.Foranyexception the courtlocation, LocalRule2.0.
                                       to               see
                                                                                                                                                                     i:
                                                                                                                                                           .ll1
               1. Classaclions
                             mustbe litedin the Stanley
                                                      Mosk Courthouse, central
                                                                             districl.       6    Locafton ol p.op€rtyor pennanenUy garaged veticte.
               z M_ay oe_nEo cedrat (othercounty,or no bodilynjury/propedy
                            n                                             damage).            /   LOCatOnyvhete oet&onet tesitles
               J. LOCaIOn Wnere CAUSeol action arose                                         8.   Localion wtEreih delend Vrespofldent functrons whofiv.   l-       il
               4. Locationurherebod-ily ury, dealh or damaqeoccuned.
                                      in                                                     \l   LOCe[On!!/here one or more of lhe oan;es reside
                                                                                                                                                      '
               a. Locanon wnereperlormarrce  required defendant
                                                      or        resides                     10.   Localion of Labor Commissioner Olfice                    ._xt
              step 4: Fillin the information
                                           requested page4 in rtemlll: comprete
                                                   on                         ltemrv. sign the declaration.


                                                                                           B
                                                                                     Typeof Action
                                                                                    (Checkooly one)

             9E                                        O A710O Molo. Vehicte- Personatlnjury/prope.tyOamage/Wrongful
                                                                                                                  Death

                                                       O A71'l0 Personalhjury/PropertyDanEgeMrongfu Death- Urir6ured Molo{ist

                                                       tr A6070 AsbestosPropertyDamage

            br                                         D A7221 Asbestos- Personat
                                                                                Injury/lt/rongtut
                                                                                                Oeath
             IE                                        O 47260 ProductUatttily (not asbestosor loxialenvjronrnentat)                    't.,2,3.,4.,8.
            dii
            EO                                                                 - physicians Su.geons
                                                       tr A7210 Medicat
                                                                      Matpraclk-€         &
                                                       O A7240 Oth€r
                                                                   Professional
                                                                             Heetth
                                                                                  CareMalDractice
            EE
            3=                                         E A7250 Premases
                                                                     Liabatily slip6ndfa )
                                                                            (e.g.,
            +F                      Olher
                                Peisonal               fl   A7230 Intentionat
                                                                           BodityIniury/propeny
                                                                                             Damage/wror€tul
            EF                          Injury
                               PropertyDamage                            vardalism,
                                                                  assaull,         elc.)
                                                                                                          Death(e.g..
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                                                                        Inlliction Ernolbnat
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                                    Cat€gory No.                                              (Chec|(only one)                                S€eStep 3 Above
                                 Business (04
                                        Tort                   tr   A6029 OO|e{
                                                                              Cornmercial/Business (not fraud/b,reach contrad)
                                                                                                To.t                of                       1.,3_
              FE
              F':                           (08)
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                                                                                   DiscrimlMtbn                                              1.,2.,3.
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              o- b:
              Ea                  Delamation('l 3)                              (slander/libel)
                                                               O 46010 Defamation


              E9                      Fraud(16)                             (no
                                                               E 46013 Fraud conlract)                                                       't.,2.o
              6=
              gE                                               tr A6017 LegalMalpractice                                                     1.,2.,3.
              a! E'        P,otessional       (25)
                                     Negligence
                                                               O A6050 OtherProfessioialMalpracfice
                                                                                                  (not rnediaal hgal)
                                                                                                              or
              2,6
                                      Ottter(35)               tr   46025 Olher Non-Personal
                                                                                           Injury/Property
                                                                                                         Oamage
                                                                                                              lort                           2.,3.

                             WongtutTermination
                                              {36)             D 46037 l^,tongtulTemlnatioa

                                                               D A6024 OtherEmploynEr Complaint
                                                                                              Case                                           1.,2..3.
                                            (15)
                              Olher€mployrnent
                                                               !    A6109 Labor
                                                                              Cornrnissioner
                                                                                          ADoeats                                            't0.

                                                      O A6004 Ereach RentauLease
                                                                      of          Conl.acI(noi untaMi delain€r wrongful
                                                                                                               or
                                                              avicljon)
                           Breachof Coniracl/Warranly
                                      (06)            D A600g Contract/WanantyBreach,SetterPlain{iff(no haud/negt(pnce)
                                (not insurance)       O A6019 NegligenlBreachof Contracl/Waranty(m haud)
                                                               O A6028 OIherBreachof Cmtracuwananty (not fraudor negtigence)

                                                               O A6002 Collections         Plaintifi
                                                                                 Case-Selter                                                 2.,5.,6.
                                   Collections(09)
                                                               O A60'12 Oltr€rPromisso.y
                                                                                       Nobrco eclionsCas€

                              Insurance      (18)
                                      Goverage                 E 46015 Ins{rrance      (nol
                                                                                Coverage complex)                                                     , ,
                                                                                                                                             1 . , 2 .5 _8 .

                                                               D 46009 Contracllal Fraud
                                              (37)
                                 olher Contracl                tr A6031 TortiousInterlerence                                                 1.,2_. 5.
                                                                                                                                                    3..
                                                               D 46027 OtherContraclDispute(rptbreacMnsurance/fiaud/negligence)              '1 2.. 3.,8.
                                                                                                                                              .,
                                    Domairvlnverse
                              Eminent
                               Condemnauon(14)     O A730O EminentDomairvcoft,emnation                           Nurnber oarcels
                                                                                                                       of
               P               |||/ronglulEvictioi (33)        o    46023 l r'rongfi.d
                                                                                     Evidion Case
               e
                                                               tr 46018 Mortgage
                                                                               Forectosure                                                   2..6.
               .E             OlherRealProperty
                                              (26)             O A6032 QuietTiIe
                                                               tr A6060 other RealProperty(not enjrEnl domain,tandlorctftenant,
                                                                                                                             forectosure) 2 . , 6 .
                          UnlawlulDetainer-Coanrnercial
                                     (31)             o A6021 Unlawflj Oetainer-Comriercial drugsor wrongfuleviclion)
                                                                                         (not

                                  o€lainecResidentiat
                           Unlawful
               o                     (32)           o A6020 UnlawfulDelainer-Residentiat drws or wrorEfulevictjon)
                                                                                      (not                                                   2.,6.

                -               Unlar'!^l DetalneF
                                                               O A6020F      Detainer,Post-Foredosur
                                                                      Unlawful                  e                                            2.,6.
                               PoslForeclosure (34)

                                 DetaineFDrugs
                           UnlaMul          (38)               tr A6022 Unlawlul
                                                                               DetajneFDrugs                                                 2,6.



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                                        A                                                      B                                      c
                              CMI Case CoverSheet                                       Typeof Mion                    Apdicable Reasons -
                                  CategoryNo.                                          (Checkonly on€)                  See Slep 3 Above

                               Asset Forfelture(05)      tr 46108 AssetForfeiture
                                                                                Case                                   2..6.

                  3                 re          (11)
                             Pelition Arbilration                                               Arbitration
                                                         El A6115 Petitionto ComoeLconlirm^y'acate
                 .9
                 e.                                      D 46151 l.,i'it- Administralive
                                                                                      Mandamus
                 '6
                               Vvrilof Mandate(02)       El A6'152 Wril - MardamtAon LimitedCourtCase Matler           2
                                                         D A6153 y*lt - OtherLinitedCourt
                                                                                        CaseReview                     2.

                             OtherJudlclal
                                         Review(39)      tr 46150 Other}'lirit /JudicialReview                         2.,4.

                           Antilrusylrade        (03) tr 46003 Anlilrust/TradeRegulation
                                        Regulation                                                                     1.,2.,8.

                              Conslruction Detecl (10)   D A6007 ConstructionDefect                                    1,2.,3.
                 J
                             ClaimstnvoMng MassTort
                                      (40)               o    46006 ClairnslnvolvingMassTort                           1.,2.,4.
                  E
                 (,           Seclrrities        (28)
                                        Litigallon                          Utoation
                                                              46035 Secudties       Case                               1.,2.,8.


                                            (30)
                                Envtronriental           tr A6036 ToxicTorvEnvionrnental                               1.,2.,3.,8.

                     I       Insurance
                                     Coverage
                                            Claimg
                                         Case(41)
                              lrom Complex               o                                      (camplercase ooly)
                                                              A6014 lnsuranceCoverage/Subrogation                      1 . .2 . . 5 . , 8 .

                                                         B A61/t1 SlsterSlaleJudgrnenl
                                                         B A6t60 Abstracl Judgrnenl
                                                                        of                                             2.,6.
                ge                                                                   (non-don€sticrelations)
                                                         O 46107 Confessionof Judgment                                 2..9.
                                   Enforcement
                                 ol J'rdgrnent(20)       tr 46'140 Adminiskative
                                                                               Agency
                                                                                    Award(notunpaidtaxes)              2..A.
                ruo                                                                for     ol             Tax
                                                         tr A6114 Pelition/CertiliceteEntry Judgment Unpaid
                                                                                                   on                  2..8.
                                                                               ol
                                                         B A8'112OtherEnforcement Judgmenl
                                                                                         Case                          2.,8.,L

                                     Rlco (27)           tr                    (RICO)
                                                              A6033 Racketeering    Case                               1.,2..8.
                3€
                P
                  -o-                                    tr A6030 Oeclarato.yReliefOnly                                1.,2.,8.
                +E
                3o               OtherComplalnls         tr A6040 InjunctiveReliefOnly (nol dom€stic/harassrnent)      2.,a.

                €E           (Nol Sp€citiedAbove)(42)    O A60'11 OtherComrnercial       Case(non-lorunon-complex)
                                                                                 Complaint
                                                         D A6000 Olher Civil Complaint
                                                                                     (non-lort/non-complex)
                                                                                                                       1.,2.,8.
                                                                                                                       1.,2.,4.

                               Parlnership
                                         Corporation
                                 Govemance  (21)         tr A6113 Pannershap CorDorate
                                                                          and       GoverMnce
                                                                                            Case                       2..8

                                                         tr 46121 CivilHarassrnent                                              .
                                                                                                                       2 . , 3 .L
                                                         D A6123 WorkplaceHarassrnent                                  2 , 3 . ,9 .
                Ft                                       n    A6124 Eld,erlDeperdenl AbuseCase
                                                                                 Adult                                 2.,3,9.
                                 OlherPetitions
                T:2
                .9.
                               (NolSpecilied
                                           Above)        fl                Conlest
                                                              A6190 Election                                           2.
                = (-,                 (43)
                                                         tr A6'110Petition Cha.Eeof Name
                                                                         for                                           2.,7.
                                                         tr A6170 Petilionfor Relleflrom LateClaimLaw                  2.,3.,4.,8.
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                                                          @GOPV
                                  SANFORDr.:MICHELMAN, ESQ.,SBN 179702
                                                                                                    "l{*_*w*ff"
                                                         ., sBN 131439                                   JUN5 2013
                                                                                                           2
                                  (mhanna@mrllp.com
                                  rMRANHAYATaFSQ.. 2244s8
                                                      -' SBN                                     John Clarke,
                                                                                                    A.      Executive
                                                                                                                    OfficeriClerk
                                  (ihayat@mrllp.coia)                                                Byfunber Hayes,
                                                                                                                  Deputy
                            4     MICHELMAN & ROBINSON.LLP
                                  15760VenturaBoulevard, Floor
                                                          5b
                                  Encino, 91436
                                         CA
                            5     Telephone: (818)783-5530
                                  Facsimile: latglzg:-ssoz
                            6
                                  Attomeysfor Plaintiffs,
                            7     SCOTTKATZ, an individual;
                                  DEREK JONES.an individual:
                            I     WILL WATKINS, an individual;and
                            q     DANNY ZAPPIN,an individual.

                   10
                                                    SIJPERIORCOURT FOR TTIE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
                   1t
                                                     COLNTY OF LOS ANGELES- CENTRAL DISTRICT
                   12
                       l)
                                                               IUNLTMITEDJURISDICTTONI

                   l4
                                  SCOTTKATZ, an individual;DEREK JONES,
                                  an individual;WILL WATKINS, an individual:
                                                                                    CASENO.               8c5132s4
                   t6             DANNY ZAPPtN, individual.
                                                   an                        COMPLAINT FOR:
                                                                             ( 1) Direct Cause Action for Breachof
                                                                                               of
                   't1                           plaintiffs,
                                                                                   Fiduciary Duty;
                                          vs.                                (2) DerivativeCause Action for Breachof
                                                                                                   of
                   18                                                              Fiduciary Duty;
                   10             BEN DONOVAN, an individual;LISA            (3) Direct Cause Action for Constmctive
                                                                                               of
                                  DONOVAN, an individual;YNON KREIZ, an            Fraud;
                   20             individual;MARK SUSTE& an individual;      (4) DerivativeCause Action for Constructive
                                                                                                   of
                                  DANA SETTLE,an individuat;RACHEL LAM;            Fraud:
                   2l             anindividual;CRPPARTNERS.       L.P..a     (5) Direct Cause Action for Fraudulent
                                                                                               of
                                  Delaware   LimitedPartnership; IIl, L.p.,a
                                                                GRp
                                  DelawareLimitedPannershib:                       Concealment;
                   22                                           GRPlll       (6) DerivativeCause
                                  PARTNERS,L.P.,a DelawaieLimited                                  ofAction for Fraudulent
                                  Partnership; cRP III INVESTORS,L.p., a           Concealment;
                                  Delaware   Limited Partnershio:
                                                               MIDA          (7) Direct Cause Action for Fraudulent
                                                                                               of
                   24             HOLDINGS CALIFORNIA;INC., a Califomia            Misrepresentation;
                                  corporation; ANGULO VENTURESII. LTD..      (8) DerivativeCause Action for Fraudulent
                                                                                                   of
                   25             an lsle of Man corporarion;MAKER STUDIOS,        MisreDresentation:
                                  INC., a Califomiacorporation: DOES I
                                                                and          (9) DerivativeCause   ofAction for Conversion;
                   26             through50,                                 (10)A DerivativeCause Action for Civil
                                                                                                      of
                   27                                                              Conspiracy;
                                                 Defendants.
                                                                             (l l) Removalof Directorsfrom Maker'sBoard
                   28                                                              ofDirectors(Corp.Code,g 304);


                                                                           COMPLAINT
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                                                                                   (12) To InvalidateElections Maker's Board
                                                                                                             to
                                                                                       (Corp,Codeg 709);
                                                                                   (13) DerivativeCause ofAction for Breachof
                                                                                       FiduciaryDuty AgainstMichaelDiSanto;
                                                                                   (14) DirectCause Action for Professional
                                                                                                    of
                                                                                       Negligence AgainstMichaelDiSanto;
                                                                                   (15) DeclaratoryRelief;
                                                                                   (16) DerivativeCause Action for Violations
                                                                                                        of
                                                                                       ofBusinessandProfessions  Code$ 17200;
                                                                                   (17) Direct Cause Action for Violationsof
                                                                                                    of
                                                                                       Business Professions
                                                                                                and            Code0 17200




                                                                         COMPLAINT
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               I               In support of their claims against DefendantsBen Donovan, Lisa Donovan, Ynon Kreiz,
              2       Mark Suster,Dana Settle,RachelLam, Michael DiSanto,GRP II, LP, GRP Partners,
                                                                                                 LP, GRP
              3       lnvestors,LP, Mida HoldingsCalifomia,Inc., and Angulo InvestorsII, Ltd, and namescorporate

              4       Nominal DefendantMaker Studios,Inc., in their nominal capacity,plaintiffs scott Katz, Derek

               5      Jones,
                           Will Watkins,andDannyZappinaverandallegeas follows:
              o                                              INTRODUCTION
              ,7
                               1.                 Inc. ("Makei') is a mediacompany
                                     Maker Studios,                               foundedin and aroundJune2009
               8      by Daniel Zappin(Zappin"), Lisa Donovan,
                                                             Ben Donovan,KassemGharaibeh,
                                                                                        ShayButler, Scott
              9       Katz, DerekJones,
                                      will watkins, and Philip DeFranco
                                                                      ("plaintiffs"). Makerprovidesits partners
                                                                                                              a
             l0       full range of vertically integrated services including development,production, promotion,

             l1       distribution,    marketing merchandising
                                  sales,       and           services.
             12                2.    So thatthey could fulfill the visionof companythey built from the groundup, it was
             I.'      alwaysthe intent of the founders maintaincontrol of Maker's strategic
                                                     to                                    and operational
                                                                                                         decision
                      makingby ensuringthat the majority of Maker's common Stock shareholders, the founders,
                                                                                            i.e.,
             l5       elected majority ofthe directors
                            the                      comprising
                                                              Maker'sboardofdirectors(..Board,').
             l6                3     consislent with that intention,in the original and all subsequent
                                                                                                     amendments
                                                                                                              to
             t7       Makers' articles of incorporation(excludingthe most recent fraudulentamendments
                                                                                                    discussed
             l8       hereinandpurportedly      in
                                         approved earlyMay 2013)authorized such.
                                                                         as
             l9                4.    However,motivated greedandunfazed the eitherthe illegality or repercussions
                                                     by               by
             20      of their actions, membersof Maker's Board, Ynon Kreiz, Mark Suster,Lisa Donovan, Ben

             2l      Donovan,RachelLam andDanaSettle(excludingDannyZappin)(,.lnterested
                                                                                      Directors"),with the
             22      assistance Maker'spurported
                              of                chief Legal officer and chief operatingofficer, MichaelDiSanto
             z)      of BinghamMcCuttchen,
                                         LLP andpurported
                                                        "specialcounsel" Maker'sboardandsimultaneously
                                                                       to
             24 counselfor GRP Partners                                                     .,Interested
                                      LLP, DonaldK. Lee of LKp Global Law, LLp (collectively,
             25 Padies")conspired agreed usetheir powerto line their pocketswith Maker's assets, deny
                                 and   to                                                      to
             26 Mr. zappin,Maker'sthenchief Executiveofficer ("cEo") ofall ofhis powers,
                                                                                       andto gut the rights
             27 ofCommon Stockshareholders controlMakerandits corDorate
                                        to                            activiries.
             z8

                                                                COMPI-AINT
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               1         5.     Indeed, the Interested Directors, including those representing Maker's preferred
           2       Stockshareholders,
                                   fraudulently,
                                               and in a transparent
                                                                  breachof all their fiduciaryduties,including
           3       thoseof careand loyalty, they owedto Maker.its shareholders
                                                                            enteredinto a seiesof quidpro quo
           4       agreements,
                            includingemployment
                                              agreements,
                                                       wherebythey eithercaused
                                                                              slockto be issued one
                                                                                               to
           5       or more of the Interested
                                           Parties;
                                                  allowedone or more of the Interested
                                                                                     Partiesto exercise, or
                                                                                                       sell
           6       vestcertainstockrights early; agreed sell stockto the otherlnterestPartiesor thosealignedwith
                                                      to
           7       the Interested
                                Partiesto createa favorablevoting blockl and,/or
                                                                               awardedemployment
                                                                                               and money,
           8       amongotherthings,to one or moreoflhe Interested
                                                                 Parties exchange their directorseats
                                                                       in       for                 with
           q
                   the purposeand intent of diluting the CommonStock;decreasing rights of the common Srock,
                                                                              the
          1 0 including to relegatethe CommonStockto minority status,increasing right of the preferred
                                                                               the
          ll       Stock, including obtaining majority statusfor purposeof electing dircctor seats;voted on each
          t2       other'scontracts
                                  while beingan interested
                                                         parly to the transaction issue,andto denythe Common
                                                                                at
          IJ       Stockshareholders their rights.
                                  of
          t4             6.     In addition,the Interested
                                                         Parties,
                                                                furtheramended
                                                                             Maker's aniclesof incorporatron,
          l5       amongother govemingdocuments,
                                               therebychangingthe compositionof rhe Board, diluting the
          16       power and authorityof Maker's common Stock shareholders, bolsteringthe power,
                                                                         and                     authonty
          't7 and
                  control of Maker's PreferredStock shareholders
                                                               over Maker's Board. The actionsof the
          l 8 InterestedParties, who represented majority of rhe prefened Stock shareholders
                                                a                                           and now
          1 9 purportedly
                        represent majorityofthe common Stockshareholders,
                                a                                      werenot permitted Maker's
                                                                                        by
          20 goveming documentsor law. Even worse, they appearto have been directed by Mr. DiSanto, and
          2 1 Maker's current purported "chairman of the Board," ynon Kreiz, for their own b€nefit and at
                                                                                                            the
          22 expense Maker,Maker's shareholders, Mr. Zappin.
                   of                         and
          ZJ                                             THE PARTIES
          24             7.      Plaintiff ScottKatz is an individualwho resides Los Angeles,
                                                                               in           California. He is a
          25 cofounder Maker anda holderof CommonStock.
                     of
          26             8.      Plaintiff DerekJones an individualwho resides Los Angeres,
                                                     is                      in           califomia. He is
          27 a cofounder Maker anda holderof CommonStock.
                       of
          28

                                                           COMPLAINT
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                  I                  9.             Plaintiff Will Watkinsis an individualwho reiides in Los Angeles,
                                                                                                                    Califomia. He
                  2      is a cofounder Maker anda holderofCommon Stock
                                      of
                  3                  10.            Plaintiff DanielZappinis an individualwho resides Los Angeles,
                                                                                                    in           Califomia. He
                         is a cofounder Maker,hasheld variousexecutive
                                      of                              positionswith Maker,from time to time was a
                  5      memberof Maker'sBoard,andis a holderof CommonStock.

                  6                  11.            Upon informationandbelief,Defendant
                                                                                      Ben Donovanis an individualwho resides
                  7      in Los Angeles,Califomia. He was a cofounder Maker and,at the time of the fraudulent
                                                                    of                                      and/or
                  8      illegal activitiesallegedherein committedby him and/or which he aided and abettedthe other

                  9      InterestedPartiesin committing,purportedto be memberof Maker's Board and held vanous
                 1 0 positionsasan o{ficerof Maker.
                 1r
                                     12-            Upon informationandbelief,Defendant
                                                                                      Lisa Donovanis an individualwho resides
                 1 2 in Los Angeles,Califomia. Shewasa cofounder Maker and,at the time of the fraudulent
                                                               of                                      and./or
                 1 3 illegal activitiesallegedherein committedby him and./or
                                                                           which he aided and abettedrhe other
                 t4      InterestedParties' in committing,purportedto be memberof Maker's Board and held vanous
                 1 5 positions an officerof Maker.
                             as
                 t6                  13.            Upon informationandbelief,Defendant
                                                                                      Ynon Kreiz is an individualwho resides
                                                                                                                           in
                 1 7 California. He is the currentpurported       of
                                                          Chairman Maker'sBoardand,at the time of thefraudulent
                 1 8 and/orillegalactivitiesallegedhereincommitted him and/orwhich he aidedandabefted other
                                                                  by                                the
                 t9      Interested
                                  Parties'in committing,purported be memberof Maker's Board and held variousother
                                                                to
                 20 positions as an officer of Maker. Prior to Kreiz joining Maker, he was the chairmanand cEo o
                 2 l Endemol worldwide Distribution, a Dutch-based       entertainmentprogrammingcompany. Kreiz
                 22 resigned
                           from Endemolin June201I amid reportsfrom insiders
                                                                           that therewereissues
                                                                                              with the wav
                         he ran the companyand the decisionsthat he made, losing the supportof many employees.In
                 24 addition,it was allegedthat Kreiz created
                                                            seriousdebt issues
                                                                             within the companyand forced rt go
                 2J      througha financialrestmcturing.He alsodemanded received hugepayout,which was alleged
                                                                      and       a
                 zo      to upset stockholders. Kreiz appears to be unfamiliar with controversyassociated
                                                            not                                         with his
                 27 management
                             style, nor the lack of confidence employees. Rather,Kreiz is continuingwhat
                                                              by
                 28 appears havehappened Endemolat Maker;that is, a disruptive
                          to           at                                     management
                                                                                       styleandapproach

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                      I     that in the end serveshis own personalfinancial interestsabovethat ofanyone else.

                      2              14.    Upon informationandbelief,Defendant         is
                                                                              Mark Suster an individualwho resides
                                                                                                                 in
                      3     California. At the time of the fraudulentand/orillegal activitiesallegedherein committedby him

                      4     and./orwhich he aided and abettedthe other InterestedParties' in committing, he purported to be

                      5     member Maker'sBoard.
                                 of
                      o              15.    Upon informationand beliei Defendant
                                                                               DanaSettleis an individualwho resides
                                                                                                                   rn
                      l     Califomia. At the time of the fiaudulentand/orillegal activitiesallegedherein committedby her

                      8     and/orwhich sheaidedand abetted other Interested
                                                           the             Parties'in committing,shepurported be
                                                                                                            to
                            member Maker'sBoard.
                                 of
                     l0              16'    Upon informationandbelief,Defendant
                                                                              RachelLam is an individualwho resides
                                                                                                                  in
                     't1
                            Califomia. At the time of the fraudulentand/orillegal activitiesallegedherein commirted her
                                                                                                                  by
                     1 2 and/orwhich sheaidedand abetted other Interested
                                                       the              Parties'in committing,shepurported be
                                                                                                         to
                     1J     member Maker'sBoard.
                                 of
                     14              17-    upon informationand belief, DefendantMichael DiSanto is an individual who
                     l5     resides Califomia. At the time ofthe fraudulent
                                  in                                      and/orillegalactivitiesallegedherein,purported
                     t6                                                                    parties and Maker and held
                            to be legal counselfor, amongothers,Daniel Zappin,the Interested
                     1 7 variouspositionsas an officer of Maker includingthat of Chief OperatingO{ficer at all relevant
                     l8     times.
                     l9              18.    Upon informationand belief,GRPPartners
                                                                                 L.P. Isa DelawareLimited Partnership.
                     20 It owns certain sharesof Maker stock and is the agentand alter-egoof and doing businessas, GRp
                     2 1 III, L.P., a Delaware                   GRP III partners,
                                              Limited Partnership;               L.p., a DelawareLimited partnership;
                     22 GRP IV, L.P., a DelawareLimited Partnership;
                                                                   GRp IV partners,L.p., a DelawareLimited
                            Padnership;GRP III Investors,L.P., a DelawareLimited partnershipwho also own certain
                     24 (collectively"GRP"), who each,at the time ofthe fraudulent
                                                                                 and/orillegal activitiesallegedherein
                     25 committed it and/orwhich it aidedandabetted otherInterested
                                 by                               the             Parties'in committing,
                                                                                                       owned
                     26 certainshares Maker stock.
                                    of
                     27              19.    Upon informationand beliei Mida HoldingsCalifornia,
                                                                                              Inc. (..MidaHoldings")is
                     28 a California corporation. At the time of the fraudulentand/or illegal activities allegedherein
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          i   committed by it and/or which it aided and abetted the other InterestedParties' in committing, it

          2   owned certaininterestin Maker stock.
          3          20.      Upon information and belief,Angulo Ventures II, Ltd. is an offshore entity
          4   incorporated the Isle of Man andis wholly owned,controlled,
                         in                                                    by,
                                                                        operated andthe agentandalter
          5   ego of Ynon Kreiz. At the time of the fraudulentand./or
                                                                    illegal activitiesallegedhereincommitted
          o   by him and,/or
                           which he aided and abettedthe other Interested
                                                                        Parties' in committine.it owned
          7   certain interestin Maker stock-

          8          2l-      Plaintiffsdo not know the true names
                                                                 and capacities,
                                                                               whetherindividual,corporare,
          9   associate, otherwise, Does I tlrough 50 and, therefore,
                       or         of                                suessaid Doe Defendants those
                                                                                          by
         l0   fictitious names.Plaintiffsareinformedand believe,and basedthereonallegethat eachof the Doe
         1l   Defendants intentionally,
                       was            negligently, in someothermannerthe cause, contributingcause
                                                 or                           or
         l2   ol or,-otherwise
                             responsible the events and happenings
                                        for                      alleged in this complaint and for
         IJ   Plaintiffs' injuriesand damages.Plaintiffswill amendthis complaintto allegethe true namesand
         t4   capacitiesof each such Doe Defendant,together with such additional allegationsas may be
         1 5 appropriate,
                        whentheir names,
                                       capacities, the natureoftheir involvement
                                                 and                           havebeenascertained.
         l6          22       Upon informationand belief, eachof the defendants or is the co-conspiraror,
                                                                              was
              partner,joint venturer,director, officer, managingagent, employer,employee,principal, agent,

         1 8 representative alter ego of eachof the other defendant
                          and                                       and in connectionswith the conduct
         l 9 allegedhere, was acting with the scopeof such capacitiesand with the authorization,
                                                                                               consenl
         20 control, direclion, knowledge, and ratification of the other defendants. The defendants are
         2 l vicariouslyandjointly andseverally
                                              liablefor the damagesclaimedherein.
         22                                     NOMINAL DEFENDANT
                     23.      Nominal DefendantMaker Studios, lnc. is a califomia comoration with its
         24 principalplaceofbusiness Los Angeles
                                    in          County,Califomia.
         25                                              VENUE
         26          24.      Venueis properin the superiorcourt of california, county of Los Angelesunder
         27 Codeof Civil Procedure 395 because wrongfulactsthat arethe subject
                                 $           the                             ofthis actiontook place
         28 in this judicial district,and theobligations liability that arethe subiect
                                                       and                           ofthis actionarisein this
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            2                                            DEMAND
            3          25.      ln light ofthe factualallegation
                                                               contained
                                                                       herein,Plaintiffsdid not makea demand
            A
                 on Maker'sBoardto bring an actionon thederivativeclaimshereinbecause
                                                                                    sucha demandwould
            5    be fuiile. Eachofthe directors Maker'sBoard,exceptfor Zappin,arenamed
                                              on                                               in
                                                                                      defendants this
            6    actionandeachofthem, individuallyandcollectively,
                                                                 hatched orchestrated scheme
                                                                       and          the    alleged
            7    herein. Accordingly,
                                    eachof thosedirectors an interested
                                                        is            party to thetransactions
                                                                                             underlyingthe
            8    derivativeclaimsand,therefore,
                                              noneareindependent.
                                                                Thesefactsestablish futility of any
                                                                                  the
            9    demand. Moreover, information
                                 on           andbelief,Maker's Boardhasformeda special
                                                                                      litigation
           t0    committee,
                          which makes demand
                                     any   unnecessary.
           1t                                   GENERAL ALLEGATIONS
           l2                   Upon informationandbelief,Makerwas foundedin and aroundJune 19.2009and
           l_t   filed articlesof incorporation
                                              ("Original Articles") with the Califomia Secretary Stateon that
                                                                                               of
           1 4 date. The OriginalArticles did no1create boardof directors. However,Maker's First Amended
                                                       a
           t)    Articlescreated boardofdirectorsandsetthe numberof members five (5), with three(3) slotsto
                               a                                          at
           l6    be electedby the Common Stock shareholders, slot to be electedby the preferredStock
                                                          one
           t7    shareholders, the last slot elected
                            and                    jointly by CommonandPrefenedStockshareholders.
                                                                                                Under
           l8    Maker's SecondAmendedArticles, therewere still five (5) board members, common stock
                                                                                      but
           1 9 shareholders    three(3) andPrefened
                         elected                   Stockshareholden     two (2). The Third Amended
                                                                  elected
          20 Articles addeda sixth memberto the board,with common Stock shareholders
                                                                                   electingfour (4)
          zl     membersand preferredholderselectingtwo (2). The Fourth AmendedArticles, filed with the

          22 califomia secretary stateon or aboutDecember 2012,addeda seventh
                               of                       10,                 memberto the board,
          23 with common Stock shareholders
                                          electing four (4) members,including one (l) nonemployee
                 director,Series andB Preferred
                               A                             electingtwo (2), and Series preferredStock
                                              Stockshareholders                         C
          ZJ     shareholders
                           electingone (1).
          26           27.     upon informationand belief,as of December10,2012,the directorsrepresenting

          27 the common Stockshareholders DanielZappin,Lisa Donovan,
                                       were                        Ben Donovanand ynon Kreiz
                                   director,andthe preferred
          28 who was onenon-employee                        StockSeries B andc wererepresented
                                                                       A,                    by
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              I       Mark Suster,Dana Settleand RachelLam, respectively.
              2                  28.          Upon information and belief, the venturecapital firms that investedin Maker, GRp
                                                                                                                                  t.
              3       (represented the boardby Mark Suster),
                                 on                        Greycroft(represented the Boardby Danasettle)and
                                                                               on
                      Time wamer Investment
                                          (represented the Board by Rachel Lam) (collectively,"VCs") were
                                                     on
              5       unhappywith their inability to control lhe companyas a result of the existing methodologyfor
                      electingdirectorsas set forth in Makers' articlesof incorporationwherebythe common Stock

              7       shareholders
                                were ableto selecta majorityof the directors the Board. Specifically,
                                                                           on                       amongother
              8       things,the VCs wantedto rapidly create "liquidity event"so that they could sell Maker and obtain
                                                            a
              9       significant
                                retumson their investments
                                                         inespective
                                                                   ofthe bestinterests Maker.
                                                                                     of
             l0                  29.          Upon informationandbelief,Kreiz, a formerCEO of otherlargemediacompanies,
             1 1 wasdissatisfied just beinga Boardmemberandwantedto become CEO of Maker andtouteo
                               by                                         the
             1 2 to suster,Senle,and Lam ("vc Board Members")that he could turn Maker into a $1,000,000,000
             t3       company threeyears;but, in orderto do so he, wouldneedto be assured,
                            in                                                           amongotherthings,that
             t4       he couldnot be fired from his positionofCEO shouldthe VC BoardMembers ableto secure
                                                                                          be            such
             1 5 a positionfor him.
             16                  30.          Upon informationandbelief,Kreiz andthe vc BoardMembers
                                                                                                   alongwith DiSanto
             l7       and Lee orchestrated plan wherebythey would approach
                                         a                               holdersof significantcommon Stock,
             1 8 i.e., Lisa and Ben Donovan, conspireto createa scheme
                                           to                                                   parties
                                                                      wherebytogether, Interested
                                                                                     the
             l9       would agree usetheir collectivepowerto line their pocketswith Maler's assets,misleadand lie
                                 to
             20 to Mr. zappin,Maker's then cEo abouttheir intentions,
                                                                    cover up their..scheme", intentionally
                                                                                           and
             2 1 wit}hold documentsfrom Mr. Zappin to control corporateactivity.
             22                  31.          Indeed,the Interested
                                                                  Directors,including the VC Board Members,fraudulenrly,
                      andin a transparent
                                       breachofall their fiduciaryduties,
                                                                        includingthoseofcare and loyaltythey owed
             1^
                      to Maker and its shareholders,
                                                   enteredinto a series of quid pro quo agreemenrs,
                                                                                                 including
             25 employmentagreements,  wherebythey either causedstock to be issuedto one or more of the
             26 Interested
                         Panies;allowedoneor moreoflhe Interested      to
                                                                Parties exercise, or vestcertainstock
                                                                                 sell
             27 rights early; agreedto sell stock to the other InterestPartiesor thosealignedwith the Interested
             2 8 Parties createa favorable
                       to                 voting bloc; andawardedemployment money,amongotherlhings,
                                                                          and
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                      1     to one or more of the InterestedPartiesin exchangefor their director s€atswith the purposeand

                      2     intent of diluting the Common stock; decreasing rights of the common Stock, including to
                                                                          tle
                      3     relegate CommonStockto minority status,
                                   the                            increasing right ofthe PrefenedStock,including
                                                                           the
                      4     obtainingmajoritystatus pwposeofelectingdirectorseats; voteon eachother'scontracts.
                                                   for                           and
                                   32.     Upon informationand belief, Maker enteredinto employmentag.eements
                                                                                                            with
                      6     manyof its employees
                                               includingLisa Donovan,         and ynon Kreiz.
                                                                    BenDonovan,
                      7            33.     Upon informationand belief, Lisa Donovan'semployment       provides:(1)
                                                                                              agreement
                      8     the titl€ co-Founderreportingdirectly to the cEo; (2) basesalary;(3) a discretionary
                                                                                                               bonus;(4)
                      o     right to earlyexercise to 50olo unvested
                                                 up       of       stockcommon stock; (5) waiverofsecondtrancheof
                     l0     a loan;and(6) the right to sell over I million shares
                                                                                ofCommon Stock.
                 ll                34.     upon informationand berief,Ben Donovan'semployment       provides:(l)
                                                                                            agreement
                 l2         the title co-FounderPresidentof Talent, reportingdirectly to the cEo; (2) base salary; (3) a
                 I-t        discretionary
                                        bonus;(4) right to earlyexercise to 5004of unvested
                                                                       up                 stockcommon;(5) waiver
                            second
                                 trancheofa loan;and(6) theright to sell overhalf a milrion shares
                                                                                                 ofstock.
                 I)                35.     Upon informationand belief,Kreiz's employnentagreement
                                                                                                with Maker provides,
                 l6         in relevant
                                      part:(l) title of ExecutiveChair ofthe Board,effectivefunrnediately, CEO,effective
                                                                                                        and
                 l7         after startdatei.e., after Kreiz getsa work visa and moveshis famiry to Los Angeles;(2) a
                                                                                                                      board
                 l8  seat;(3) basesalary;(4) grantofover one r,000,000shares
                                                                           ofcommon; and (5) a bonusofan option
                 1 9 grantof over4,000,000  shares CommonStock.
                                                  of
                 20               36.      Lisa and Ben Donovan put their interests above those they had duties and
                 2l         obligations represent the common Stockshareholders. way of example,Lisa and
                                       to       i.e.,                         By                        Ben
                 22 Donovan obtainedlucrative employnent agreements themselvesas wel as
                                                                  for                   other personal
                           benefits in exchangefor voting in favor on Kreiz's €mploymentagreement
                                                                                                and se ing their
                 24 common Stock sharesin order to dilute the value purposeand intents of the common
                                                                                                     Stock
                 L)        shareholders. sum, Lisa and Ben Donovaneffectivelysold their Board seatsand the
                                       In                                                                  common
                26 Stockfor their own personal interest gain. Moreover,
                                             self     and             they did so in secret.
                27                37.      upon informationand belief,on May 10, 2012,by unanimous
                                                                                                 written consent,
                                                                                                                the
                28 Boardapproved issuance 1,058,930
                               the      of        shares
                                                       ofrestrictedCommonStockwith Maker,sstandard

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                      I     vestingschedule vestingcommencement of May 10,2012.
                                          and                date
                      2           38.      Upon informationand belie{ on July 23, 2012,by unanimous
                                                                                                  written consent,
                                                                                                                 the
                      3     Board approved issuance equity grants. Among other grants,DiSantowas granted200,000
                                          the     of
                      4     shares of restricted common Stock with Maker's standard vesting schedule and vesting

                      5     commencement of Jme l, 2012.
                                      date

                      6           39.      Upon informationand belief, on December10, 2012, the Board approvedthe
                      7     issuance Prelbned Seriesc Stock and the series c Stock purchaseAgreementresultingin
                                    of
                      8     GreycroftPartners and GRP III owning 8.80% and 8.59%;Kreiz's (throughAngulo ventures)
                                             II
                      9     owning .49%andTime Wamerowning54.78%of that stockclass.
                     10            40.     Upon informationand belief, on April 16,2013, the Board approveda grant o
                     ll     1,200,000common Stock options to Disanro, but Disanto agreedto take 300,000 sharesof
                     1 2 restricted
                                  stockinstead optionsin orderto furtherdilute the pool of CommonStockshareholders
                                              of
                     l3     in orderto prevent CommonStockshareholders blocktheir .,scherne".
                                             the                    from
                     t4            41.     Upon information belief,DiSanto's
                                                           and              optiongrantwasrevised 600,000shares.
                                                                                                 to
                     15           42.      Upon informationand belief, on May 3,2013 the Board approvedMr- Zappin's
                     1 6 separation
                                  agreement.Amo4g otherthings,Zappin'sseparalion       providedhim with: (l)
                                                                               agreement
                     1 7 an option grantfor 60,000shares s.87 per share;
                                                       at              and (2) an opportunityto sell up to 1.6million
                     l8     shares CommonStock.
                                 of
                     19           43.      Upon information and belief, on May 3, 2013, the Board approved Kreiz's
                     20     employment
                                     agreement,
                                             whichprovidedhim wirh: (l) a grantof shares common Stock;(2) an
                                                                                       of
                     2l     optiongrantof shares CommonStock.
                                               of
                     22           44.     upon informationand belief, on the sameday, the BoardapprovedLisa and Ben
                            Donovan'semployment
                                              agreements,
                                                       which providedfor them with the right to sell over 2 million
                     24     shares common Stock,combined, Mida Holdings. The employment
                                 of                     to                            agreements provide
                                                                                               also
                     z)     the right to immediately
                                                   exercise   of
                                                          500/o all unvested
                                                                           shares
                                                                                ofstock, which right both Lisa and Ben
                     26     exercised.

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                  I                           Common    Options               A
                                                                         Series     SeriesB          C
                                                                                                Series
                                  Zappin      3,588,956 61,909
              2
                                  Ben                      5
                                              I,859.862 3 3 . 1 3 8
              3                   Lisa        1.216.945 258,055
                                  Ynon        2.509.180 4,707,148                    289,820     57.294
              A                   DiSanto     1.000.000 600.000
                                  Holt                       1.858.150
              5                   Crevcroft   22s,680                 3,467,790 2.90t.220 qqs qo{
                                  GRP         225.680                 3.467,190 2,901,220 1 . 3 0 6 . 6 0 1
              o                   Time                                                    6,352,t42
                                  Wamer
              7                   Mida        2,100,000                                         694,451
                                  Holdinqs
              8
              9                45'      Upon informationand belief, the foregoingand following actswere committedin

             1 0 the courseof scheming squeeze and strip the CommonStock shareholders their majority
                                     Lo      out                                   of
             1l         statusand in connection
                                              with eachof theseactionthe Interested
                                                                                  Partieshad a duty to, but failed to
             I2         discloseto Zappin and all other affectedshareholders purpose,and effect of the agreements
                                                                           the                                  they
             It         enteredinto, written or otherwise.

             14                46.      Upon information and belief, the employmentagreements
                                                                                            with Lisa and Ben
             l5         Donovanwere a critical part of the scheme oust zappin flom Maker and strip the rights of the
                                                                 to

             l6         common Stockshareholders.
                                                Specifically, right to sell 2,100,000
                                                            the                      shares common stock to
                                                                                          of
             t7         Mida Holdingscombinedwith the simultaneous
                                                                 immediate
                                                                         vestingof 5070of all unvested
                                                                                                     shares
                                                                                                          of
             l8         stockensured significantcontrolof the CommonStockremained the hands
                                   that                                          in        ofpeople adverse
             t 9 lo Zappin,namely,Lisa Donovan, Donovan,andMida Holdings.
                                              Ben
             )n                47.      Upon information and belief, tl'ough these agreements,Lisa and Ben Donovan

             2l         mademillions of dollarsthroughthe saleof their common Stock,but the share common stock
                                                                                                 of
             22 controfled Lisa Donovan,
                          by           Ben Donovan,                               -
                                                  and Mida Holdingsreduced only2o/o from 33.23yo
                                                                          by
                        pre-saleto 31% post sale. At the sametime, the Board waived Maker's right of first refusalto

             24 pwchaseLisa and Ben Donovan'sstock,ensuring the stockwould fall into the handsof those
                                                           that
                        adverse Zappinand other common Stock shareholders
                              to                                        whom they had prearranged purchase
                                                                                                to
                        theseshares.Lisa and Ben Donovan their interests
                                                        put            abovethosethey had dutiesand obligations
             27 to represent the common Stock shareholders.By way of example,Lisa and Ben Donovan
                           i.e.,

             28 obtainedlucrative employmentagreements themselves well as other personalbenefits in
                                                     for        as

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           I    exchange voting in favor on Kreiz's employment
                       for                                           and selling their CommonStock
                                                             agreement
           2 shares orderto dilutethe value,purpose, intentsof the CommonStockshareholders- sum,
                  in                               and                                    In

           3 Lisa and Ben Donovaneffectivelysold their Board seatsand the Common Stock for their own
                personal interest gain. Moreover,
                       self     and             they did so in secret.
           5          48.      At the sametime, Mr. Zappin'sseparation       providedhim with the right to
                                                                     agreement
           Ct   sell 1,600,000shares Common Stock. Mr. Zappin, as a result of the tumult sunoundinghis
                                    of
           7    positioninitially felt compelled sell certainof his shares Maker; however,when he informed
                                                to                       in
           8    DiSantohe may not sell any shares, wasforcefullytold thal he had to sell at least600,000
                                                 he                                                     shares
                or he would not get favorable treatment from the board. Moreover, DiSanto and the Interested

          1 0 Partiessecretlykept their "scheme"
                                               from Mr. Zappin,and in fact, stated
                                                                                 that hadMr. Zappinknown
          u     oftheir "scheme", would not signthe separation
                                he                           agreement.
          t2           49.     Upon information and belief the DiSanto and other InterestedPartiesrequired
          t-t   and/ortricked Mr. Zappin to sell at least600,000shares his ComrnonStock in an atremptto
                                                                      of
          t4    furtherdilutehis sharcof Maker'sCommonStock.

          15           50.     Indeed, Zappin sold 600,000 sharesof Common Stock to GRP III, reducing
          l6    Zappin'scontrolof CommonSlockto 2l.47yo andincreasing
                                                                    GRPIII's controlto 4.99/o.
          t7           51.     Upon informationandbelief,at the sametime, the Boardaccelerated vestingof
                                                                                             the
          1 8 key CommonStockshareholders'
                                        rmvest€d
                                               stock. In addition,to the acceleration Lisa and Ben
                                                                                    of
          l9    Donovan'sunvestedcommon Stock discussed
                                                      above,it appearsthat the Board accelerated
                                                                                               the
          20    vesting of Kreiz's and Disanto's restrictedcommon shares,which were originally issuedwith

          2l    Maker'sstandard
                              4-yearvestingschedule.Upon informationand beliel the Board'sacceleration
          22    thesevesting rights resultedin grantingKreiz's control of 15.01%of the common Stock and

          ZJ    DiSanto'scontrolof 5.98%ofthe sarne.
          24           52.     Upon informationand belief, thus, the InterestedPartieswent from controllins
          2 5 39.03%of CommonStockto controlling58.6%of rheCommonStock.
          26          53.      Upon informationandbelief,in additionto the above, Boardapproved limited
                                                                                the           a
          27 guarantyin favor of Lisa and Ben in connectionwith the sale of tbeir common stock to Mida
          2 8 Holdingsin exchange Lisa's and Ben'swaiver,on behalfofall cor non shareholders, certain
                                for                                                        of
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                   I      nominating and election rights of common directors to the Board; without the Common

                   2                  '
                          Shareholders knowledge. Lisa and Ben Donovan's purportedwaiver had the effect of transferring

                   3      the right lo designate
                                               commondirectors the Boardunderthe 2012 voting Agreement
                                                              to                                     from the
                          majority of common Stockheld by all holdersto the majority of shares
                                                                                             held the Key Holders. In
                          connectionwith the 2012 Amendments that agreement,
                                                           to             discussed
                                                                                  below, this had the effect
                   o      strippingthe CommonStockshareholdets'
                                                             ability to electany CommonDirector.
                   7                 54.       Upon informationand belief, as discussed
                                                                                      above, on May 3, 201J, the Board
                   8      approved 2013Amendment thevoting RightsAgreement.The amendment
                                 the           to                                      providedthat:(l)
                   9      the Key Holden, owning a majority of Key Holder shares common Stock,may designate
                                                                               of                         two
                  l0      common directors,
                                          initially Lisa Donovanand Mr. Zappin; (2) in any electionfor an Independent
                  ll      Director, the majority holdersof PreferredStock may designatesuch a director, subjectto the
                  t 2 approvalof I Commondirector;and(3) the majorityholdersof Preferred
                                                                                       Stockshall electthe CEO
                  IJ      director. The amendment
                                                also addedDiSanto as a kev holder.
                  14                 55.       Upon informationand belief, this amendmentcombinedwith the acceleration
                  l5      Disanto's 1,000,000    of
                                            shares common stock, wrestedmajority controlofthe commonshares
                                                                                                         held
                  1 6 by Mr' Zappin and the Common Stock shareholdersand transferred it to the Lisa Donovan, Ben
                  1 7 Donovanand Disanto cabal. Indeed,prior to addingDisanto as a Key Holder,Zappin controlled

                  t8      approximately
                                      3,600,000
                                              shares theapproximately
                                                   of               6,665,000
                                                                            shares common Stockhetdby all
                                                                                 of
                  1 9 the Key Holders. But after addingDiSantoas a Key Holder and accelerating shares,zappin's
                                                                                             his
                  20      3.6 million sharescontrolledless than half of the 7.65 million sharesnow.held by all the Key
                  2l      Holders.
                  22                 56.      Upon informationand belief, underthe 2012 voting Agreement, removalofa
                                                                                                        the
                  ZJ      director,except cause, only be effectedby thoseentitledto electthat director. Accordingly,
                                        for    can
                  24 althoughthe 2012 Amendment
                                              namedZappin as a director,the Lisa Donovan,Ben Donovan,and
                  25 Disanto cabalcouldremovehim at anytime withourcause voting together do it. This appears
                                                                        by             to
                  26 to preciselybe the intendedeffect of the 2013 Amendment;
                                                                            thus, the namingof Mr. Zappinas a
                  27 directorwasdesigned a ruseto getMr. Zappinto go approve 2013Amendment,
                                          as                                  the                whichhe did.
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               I            57.     Finally, the Board approved Fifth Amendment
                                                               the            Articles on May 3,2013. All
              2      classes shareholders,
                           of           including Zappin,also appear haveapprovedthoseamendments.
                                                                   to                           The
              3      amendments
                              radically changedthe cornpositionof the Board. Specifically,they reducedthe
              A
                     commonsseatsfrom 4 to 2; increased "preferredseats"by 2, with preferredSeriesA, B & C
                                                      the
              5      voting together electthe seats;
                                   to              and kept the 2 seats      by
                                                                      elected Preferred      A
                                                                                       Series and B together
              o      and the I seatelecledby Prefered SeriesC. Theseamendments
                                                                             thus transferred
                                                                                            conhol of the
              7      Board from the commonto the preferredshareholders.

               8            58.     Mr. Zappinwas fraudulently
                                                             inducedto approve           articles.But, upon
                                                                              theseamended
              9      infomation and belief, even without Zappin's approval, it appears that there existed enough

             l0      common stock votesto approvethem. This, too, is part ofthe scheme oust zappin and deprive
                                                                                      to
             ll      the CommonStockshareholders theirmajorityrights.
                                              of
             t2             59.     Upon informationand belief, on or about June 22, 2013 the relevantInterested
             I.f     Partiesconspiredto, and purportedly did, vote to remove Mr. Zappin from the Maker Board with a

             l4      vote in which a an allegedmajority of MakersKey Holdersand common Stockshareholders.
                                                                                                        The
             l5      votewasobtained
                                   througha lack ofdisclosure.
             t6             60.     Upon informationand belief, the Certificateof Amendmentof Maker's Articles
             1',7    indicatesthat a majority of the 14,258,368sharesof common Stock voted to approvethe
             l8      amendments. numberof shares oulstanding
                               The             of          CommonStockindicated the certifrcate
                                                                               on             does
             1 9 not match the actual number of outstandingshareso such stock.        It is thus plain that the stated
             20 number of outstandingshareson the Certificate is misstatedin furtheranceof the InterestedParties'
             2l      scneme.
             22             6l-     upon informationand belief, DiSantorepresented
                                                                                 both zappin and Maker as their
                     attomeyand,asa result,owed both the highest
                                                               dutiesof fidelity andhonestybut failed to obtainthe
             24 requisite      or
                         consent waiverfrom eitherof theseconJlicted
                                                                   clients.
             25            62.      Mr. Zappin soughtlegal advice fiom DiSanto,and DiSanto repeatedly
                                                                                                    provided
             26 legaladviceto Zappinand told Zappinto trusthim. But Disantoprovidednegligent
                                                                                           legaladviceto
             27 Zappin- Despiteknowing about, and in fact being complicit in the Interestedparties, scheme,
             28 DiSantoadvisedhim to sign the separation
                                                       agreement
                                                               with Maker. Upon informationand belief,
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                          I      Mr. DiSanto was appointedby the InterestedPartiesto act asthe "handler" for Mr. Zappin to ensure

                          2      that,basedon DiSantolegaladvice,Mr. Zappinwould not question activitiesin furtherance
                                                                                             t}re                    o
                          J      the Interested
                                              Parties
                                                    Scheme would instead
                                                         but           acquiesce lhe same.
                                                                               to
                          4                 63.          Upon informationand belief, believingthat he was eitherto be excludedfrom the
                          5      Interested
                                          PartiesScheme so that he may furthergainthe trustof Mr. Zappin,DiSantocreated
                                                      or                                                              and
                          o            to
                                 caused be executed all partiestherctoan agreement
                                                  by                             wherebyDiSantoreplacedKreiz as a
                          7      directorelectedby the CommonStock.Thus,in the eventthe scheme the Interested
                                                                                              of            partieswm
                          8      foiled,he would be alignedwith the majorityCommonStockshareholders.
                          o                 64.          Upon informationandbeliel LKP simultaneously
                                                                                                    actedas "specialcounsel"to the
                     l0          Board,aswell asGRP(a preferred
                                                              shareholder) thenlaterexpanded representation include
                                                                        and                its            to
                     ll          Maker without obtainingthe requisiteconsent waiver from any ofthese conflictedclients. LKp
                                                                           or
                     l2          placedGRP interests
                                                   abovethat of Maker. In addition,LKP actedas specialcounsel the Board;
                                                                                                            to
                     IJ          bul yet, acted in secretand adverseto the Board's interests.
                                                                                            Further,as set forth above.it was
                     t4          complicitin the scheme              parties.
                                                      ofthe Interested
                     l5                                                    FIRST CAUSE OF ACTION
                     r6                                                     (Breachof FiduciaryDuty)
                     't7               (Directclaim by PlaintiffZappinAgainstAll Defendants Doesl-50, excludingNominal
                                                                                          and
                     l8                                                        DefendantMaker)
                     19                    65'          Plaintiff DanielZappinherebyincorporates reference
                                                                                               by        eachand everyallegation
                     20          containedin paragraphI to 64 as ifset forth in full herein.

                     21                     66.         By reason their positions directors,
                                                                of               as        officers,and/orfiduciaries the Company
                                                                                                                    of
                     22 andbecause their ability to controlthe business,
                                 of                                    corporate
                                                                               and financialaffairsofthe Company,
                     z)          eachof the defendants
                                                     owed the Companyand its shareholders duty lo exercise
                                                                                        the               due care and
                     24 diligencein the management administmtion the affairs of the Companyand in the use and
                                                   and             of
                     25 preservation its propertyandassets; duty of loyalty,to put the interests the Company
                                    of                    the                                  of           above
                     26 their own personaland financial interests;and the duty of candor, including fulr and candid
                     27 disclosure all material
                                 of           factsrelated
                                                         thereto.
                     28
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                      I            61.      Uponinformation beliefeachofthe individual
                                                          and                                breached fiduciary
                                                                                     defendants     their
                      2     dutiesto Mr. Zappinby enteringinto a seriesof quid pro 4rroagreements,
                                                                                                includingemployment
                      3     agreements,
                                     wherebythey eithercaused
                                                            stockto be issued one or more of the Interested
                                                                             to                           Parties;
                      4     allowed one or more of the Interested
                                                                Partiesto exercise,
                                                                                  sell or vest certainstock rights early;
                      5     agreedto sell stockto the other InterestPartiesor those alignedwith the InterestedPartiesto createa

                      6     favorablevoting bloc; and awardedemployment money,amongotherthings,to one or more of
                                                                      and
                      7 the lnterested
                                     Parties exchange their directorseats
                                            in      for                  with the purposeand intentof diluting the
                      8     Common Stock; decreasing rights of the Common Stock, including to relegate Common
                                                   the                                                the
                      9     Stock to minority status,increasing right of the PrefenedStock,includingobtainingmajority
                                                              the
                     1 0 status purpose
                               for    ofelectingdirectorseats; voting on eachother'scontracts.
                                                             and
                     11            68.      Upon informationandbelief all defendants
                                                                                   failed to providethe requireddisclosure
                     1 2 to Zappin.
                     It            69.      As a direct and proximateresultof eachdefendants'
                                                                                            actions,Mr. Zappinhas been
                     t 4 damaged
                               individuallyin an arnount be provenat trial.
                                                       to
                     lf            70.      Upon informationand beliel the actionsof the Individual Defendants
                                                                                                             have been
                     l6     andcontinue be malicious,
                                       to           oppressive willful, andengaged with conscious
                                                             and                 in                     for
                                                                                                disregard
                     1 7 Mr. Zappin'srights,thusjustifuing an awardof punitiveandexemplary
                                                                                         damages.
                     l8                                     SECONDCAUSE OF ACTION
                     l9                                         (Breach FiduciaryDuty)
                                                                      of
                     20                  (DerivativeClaim by Atl PlaintiffsAgainstAll Defendants Doesl-50)
                                                                                               and
                     2l            71.      Plaintiffsherebyincorporate reference
                                                                      by         eachand every allegationcontainedin
                     22 paragraph to 70 asif setforth in full herein.
                                I
                     z.J           72.      By reason their positions directors,
                                                     of             as         officers,and./or
                                                                                              fiduciaries
                                                                                                        ofthe Company
                     24 and becauseof their ability to control the business,corporateand financial affairs of the Company,
                     2J     eachof the defendants
                                                owed the Companyand its shareholders duty to exercise
                                                                                   the               due care and
                     26 diligencein the management administration the affairsof the company and in the use and
                                                 and            of
                     27 preservation its propertyand assets; duty of loyalty,to put the interests the companyabove
                                   of                      the                                  of
                     28

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                I     their own personal and financial interestsl and the duty of candor, including firll and candid

                2               of
                       disclosure all materialfactsrelatedthereto.
                3              73.    Upon information and belief each of the individual defendants
                                                                                                  breachedtheir
                4      fiduciary duties to Maker by entering into a series of quid pro quo agreements,including

                5      employmentagreements,
                                           wherebythey either causedstock to be issuedto one or more of the
                6      Interested
                                Parties;
                                       allowedone or moreof the lnterested
                                                                         Padiesto exercise, or vestcertainstock
                                                                                          sell
                7      rights early; ageed to sell stock to the other InterestPartiesor thosealignedwith the lnterested
                8      Parties createa favorable
                             to                voting bloc; and awarded
                                                                      employment money,amongotherthings,
                                                                               and
                9      to one or more of the Interested
                                                      Padiesin exchange their directorseats
                                                                      for                  with the purposeand
               1 0 intent of diluting the common Stock; decreasing rights of the common Stock, including to
                                                                 the
               1l      relegate CommonStockto minority status,
                              the                            increasing right ofthe Preferred
                                                                      the                   Stock,including
               1 2 obtainingmajority status purpose
                                          for     ofelectingdirectorseats; votingon eachother'scontracts.
                                                                         and
               13              74.    Upon informationand belief all defendants
                                                                              failed to providethe requireddisclosure
               t4      to Maker's shareholders.

               l5              75.    As a direct and proximateresult of each defendant,s
                                                                                        actions,Maker has been
               l6      damaged an amountto be provenat trial.
                             in
               t7              76.    Upon informationand belief,the actionsofeach defendants beenandcontinues
                                                                                            has
               l8     to be malicious,oppressive willful, and engaged with conscious
                                               and                  in             disregard Maker'srights,
                                                                                           for
               1 9 thusjustiffing an awardofpunitive andexemplary
                                                                damages.
               20                                      THIRD CAUSE OF ACTION
               2l                                           (ConstructiveFraud)
               22        (Directclaim by ZappinAgainstAll DefendansandDoes 1-50,excluding
                                                                                        Nominal Defendant
               z)                                                 Maker)
           24                  77.    Plaintiffs herebyincorporate reference
                                                                 by         eachand every allegationconlainedin
           25 paragraph to 77 asifset forth in full herein.
                      I
           26                  78.    By reason theirpositions directors,
                                              of              as        officers,and/orfiduciaries
                                                                                                 ofthe Company
           27 and because their ability to controlthe business,
                        of                                    corporate
                                                                      and financialaffairsof the Company,
           2 8 eachof the defendants
                                   owed the Cornpanyand its shmeholders duty to exercise
                                                                      the               due careand
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               1 diligence in fie managementand administrationof the affairs of the company and in the use and
              2      preservation its property and ass€ts; duty of loyalty, to put the interestsof the company above
                                 of                      the
              3      their own personaland financial interests;and the duty of candor, including full and candid

              4       disclosueofall materialfactsrelatedthereto
               5               79.    Upon informationandbelief,eachofthe individualdefendants     into a senes
                                                                                             entered
               o      of quidpro quo agreements,
                                              includingemployment
                                                                agreements,
                                                                         wherebytheyeithercaused
                                                                                               stockto
               7      be issued one or more of the Interested
                               to                           Parties;
                                                                   allowedone or more of the Interested
                                                                                                      Partiesto
               8      exercise, or vest certainstockrights early; agreed sell stock to the otherInlerestPartiesor
                              sell                                      to
               9      thosealignedwith the Interested     to
                                                    Parties createa favorablevoting bloc; andawarded
                                                                                                   employment
             l0       and money, among other things, to one or more of the Interestedparties in exchange their
                                                                                                        for
             1t       directorseats
                                  with the purpose intentof diluting the CommonStock;decreasing rights ofthe
                                                  and                                         the
                      common stock, includingto relegate common stock to minority status,
                                                       the                              increasing right
                                                                                                 the
             l-)     the Prefened Stock, including obtaining majority satus for purpose of electing director seats;and

             1 4 oustMr. ZappinasMaker's CEO.
             l5                80.    Eachof the defendants
                                                          breached
                                                                 their fiduciarydutiesby engaging the foregoing
                                                                                                in
             t 6 action and concealed
                                    materialfacts and made materialmisrepresentations connection
                                                                                   il           with the
             't7
                      foregoingactionsto Zappin,other CommonStockshareholders Maker.Defendants
                                                                            and              concealed
             i8      the facts in order to obtain Zappin and the other Comrnon Stock shareholdersacquiescenceto
             1 9 defendants'
                          scheme had Zappinknownthe true intentsof defendants, wouldhavetakensteps.
                               and                                          he
             20 includingseeking
                               reliefto stopthoseactions.
             21                81.    As a direct and proximateresult of each defendant'sactions,Zappin has been
             22 damaged an amountto be provenat trial-
                       in

                               82.    Upon informationandbelief,the actions
                                                                          ofeach defendants beenand contrnucs
                                                                                          has
             24 to be malicious,
                               oppressive willful, andengaged with conscious
                                        and                 in             disregard Zappin'srights,
                                                                                   for
             25 thusjustifoing an awardofpunitive andexemplary
                                                             damages.
             26
             27
             28

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                  I                                                FOIIRTH CAUSE OF ACTION
                  2                                                      (ConstructiveFraud)
                  3                         (DerivativeClaim by All PlaintiffsAgainstAll Defendants Doesl-50)
                                                                                                  and
                  A
                                  83.                Plaintiffsherebyincorporate reference
                                                                               by         eachand every allegationcontainedin
                  5     paragraphI to 82 asif set forth in firll herein.

                  o               84'                By reason their positions directors,
                                                             of               as        oflicers,and./or
                                                                                                       fiduciaries
                                                                                                                 ofthe Company
                  7     and because their ability to control the business,
                                   of                                    corporateand financial affairs of the Company,
                  8     each of the defendantsowed the Company and its shareholders duty to exercisedue care and
                                                                                  the
                  9     diligence in the management
                                                  and administrationof the affairs of the Company and in the use and
             l0         preservation
                                   ofits propertyand assets; duty of loyalty,to put the interests
                                                           the                                  ofthe companyabove
             l1         their own personaland financial interests;and the duty of candor, including ftll and candid

             1 2 disclosure
                          ofall material
                                       factsrelatedthereto
             tl                   85.                Upon informationandbelief,eachofthe individualdefendants     into a series
                                                                                                            entered
             1 4 of quidpro q o agreements,
                                         includingemployment
                                                           agreements,
                                                                    wherebythey eirhercaused
                                                                                           stockto
             1 5 be issued one or more of the Interested
                          to                           Parties;                                 partiesto
                                                              allowedone or more ofthe Interested
             1 6 exercise, or vest certainstock rights early; agreed sell stock to the other IntereslPartiesor
                         sell                                       to
             1.,
                        thosealignedwith the lnterested
                                                      Parties create favorable
                                                            to      a         voting bloc; and awarded
                                                                                                     employment
             t8         and money, amongother things, to one or more of the Interestedparties in exchange their
                                                                                                         for
             l9         directorseats
                                    with thepurpose intentof dilutingthe CommonStock;decreasing rightsofthe
                                                   and                                        the
             )n         common stock, including to relegatethe common stock to minority status,increasingthe right of
             2l         the PreferredStock,includingobtainingmajority statusfor purposeof electingdhectorseats;
                                                                                                              and
             22 oustMr. ZappinasMaker'sCEO.
                                  86.                Eachof thedefendants
                                                                        breached
                                                                               their fiduciarydutiesby engaging the foregoing
                                                                                                              in
             24 action and concealed
                                   materialfacts and made materialmisrepresentations connection
                                                                                  in          with the
             ZJ         foregoingactionsto Zappin,other CommonStockshareholders Maker. Defendants
                                                                              and               concealed
             zo         the facts in order to obtain Zappin and the other Common Stock shareholders
                                                                                                  acquiescence
                                                                                                             to
             27 defendants'
                         scheme hadZappinknownthe true intentsofdefendants, would havetakensteps,
                              and                                         he
             28 includingseekingreliefto stopthoseactions.
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 I                 87.         As a direcl and proximate result of each defendant's actions, Maker has been
 2               in
          damaged an amountto be provenat trial.

 3                 88.         Upon informationand belief,the actions eachdefendants beenandcontinues
                                                                    of             has
 4        to be malicious,        and
                         oppressive willfi.rl,andengaged with conscious
                                                       in                     for
                                                                      disregard Zappin'srights,
 5        thusjusti$ringan awardofpunitive andexemplary
                                                      damages.
 6                                               FII'TH CAUSE OF ACTION
 7                                                  (FraudulentConcealment)
 8            (DirectClaim by ZappinAgainstAll Defendants Doesl-50, excluding
                                                        and                  NominalDefendant
 9                                                          Maker)
l0                 89.            Plaintiffs herebyincorporate reference
                                                              by        eachand every allegationcontainedin
1 1 paragraph to 88 as ifset forth in firll herein.
            I
t2                 90.            Upon informationand belief, eachofthe individualdefendants     into a seles
                                                                                           entered
I )       of quidpro qao agreements,
                                  includingemplolrnentagreements,
                                                               wherebytheyeithercaused
                                                                                     stockto
t4        be issued one or more of the Interested
                   to                           Parties;allowedone or more of the Interested
                                                                                           Partiesto
l5        exercise, or vest certainstockrights early; agreed sell stock to the other InterestPartiesor
                  sell                                      to
l6        thosealignedwith the Interested     to
                                        Parties createa favorablevoting bloc; and awarded
                                                                                        employment
1 7 and money, among other things,to one or more of the Interested                 for
                                                                 Partiesin exchange their
l8        director seatswith the purposeand intent of diluting the Common Stock; decreasing rights ofthe
                                                                                          the
1 9 common Stock,includingto relegate common Stockto minority status,
                                    the                                      the
                                                                    increasing right
20 the PreferredStock, including bbtaining majority statusfor purposeof electing director seats;and
2l        oustMr. ZappinasMaker'sCEO.

22                 91.         Each of the defendants       materialfacts in connection
                                                    concealed                          with the foregoing
          actionsfrom Zappin, defendants        the
                                       concealed facts in order to obtain Zappin and the other Common
24 Stockshareholders
                   acquiescence defendants'
                              to               and had Zappinknown the true intentso
                                          scheme
25 defendants, would havetakensteps,
            he                     includingseeking
                                                  reliefto stopthoseactions.
26                 92.         As a direct and proximateresult of each defendant'sactions,Zappin has been
27 damaged an amountto be provenat trial.
          in
28

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     I          93.      Upon information and belief, the actionsof eachdefendants beenand continues
                                                                                 has
 2       to be malicious,
                        oppressive willful, andengaged with conscious
                                 and                 in                     for
                                                                    disregard Zappin'srights,
 3       thusjusifoing an awardof punitive and exemplarydamages.
 i
                                           SIXTH CAUSE OF ACTION
 5                                            (Fraudulent
                                                        Concealment)
 6                    @erivativeClaim by All PlaintiffsAgainsrAll Defendants Doesl-50)
                                                                           and
 7              94.      Plaintiffs hereby incorporate by referenceeach and every allegation containedin
 8       paragraph to 93 as ifset forth in full herein.
                 I
 9              95'      Upon informationandbelief,eachofthe individualdefendants     into a serres
                                                                                entered
r0       of quidpro qLo agreements,
                                 includingemployment
                                                   agreements,
                                                            wherebythey eitler caused
                                                                                    stockto
ll       be issued one or more of the Interested
                  to                           Parties;allowedone or more of the Interested
                                                                                          Partiesro
t 2 exercise, or vest certainstockrights early; agreedto sell stockto the other InterestPartiesor
            sell
1 3 thosealignedwith the lnterested
                                  Parties create favorable
                                        to      a         voting bloc; and awarded
                                                                                 employment
1 4 and money, amongother things, to one or more of the Interested
                                                                 parties in exchargefor their
1 5 directorseatswith the purpose intentofdiluting the CommonStock;decreasing riglts ofthe
                                and                                         the
1 6 common Stock,includingto relegate common Stockto minority status,increasing right of
                                    the                                       the
t7       the PrefenedStock,includingobtainingmajority statusfor purpose electingdirectorseats;
                                                                       of                    and
1 8 oustMr. ZappinasMaker'sCEO.
lo              96.      Each of the defendants
                                              concealed
                                                      materialfacts in cormection
                                                                                with the foregoing
20 actions from Zappin, other Common Stock shareholderand Maker. Defendantsconcealedthe facts
2 1 in order to obtain Maker's, Zappin and the other common Stock shareholders
                                                                             acquiescence  to
22 defendants'
             scheme hadZappinknownthe true intentsofdefendants, would havetakensteps.
                  and                                         he
z)       includingseeking
                        reliefto stopthoseactions.
24              97.      As a direct and proximateres,lt of each defendant'sactions,Maker has been
z.)      damagedin an amount to be proven at trial.

26              98'      Upon information and belief, the actions ofeach defendantshas been and continues

27 to be malicious, oppressiveand willful, and engagedin with consciousdisregard for Zappin's rights,
28 thus justifuing an award ofpunitive and exemplary damages.

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              I                                             SEVENTH CAUSE OF ACTION

              2                                              (Fraudulent
                                                                       Misrepresentation)

              3         (DirectClaim by ZappinAgainstAll Defendants Does1-50,excluding
                                                                  and                NominalDefendant

                                                                        Maker)
              5               99.        Plaintiffs herebyincorporate reference
                                                                    by        eachand every allegationcontainedin
              6      paragraphI to 99 as if set forth in full herein,

              7               100.       Upon informationandbelie{ eachofthe individualdefendants     into a series
                                                                                                entered
       -8            of quidpro quo agr€ements,
                                             includingemployment        wherebythey eithercaused
                                                               agreements,                     stockto
              9      be issued one or more of the Interested
                              to                           Parties;allowedone or more of the Interested
                                                                                                      Parties
                                                                                                            to
            l0       exercise, or vest certainstockrights early; agreedto sell stock to the other InterestPartiesor
                             sell
                     thosealignedwith the InterestedPartiesto createa favorablevoting bloc; and awardedemployment

            1 2 and money, among other things,to one or more of the Interested                  for
                                                                              Partiesin exchange their
             l.)     directorseats
                                 with the purpose intentof dilutingthe CommonStock;decreasing rightsofthe
                                                 and                                        the
             t4      Common Stock, including to relegatethe Common Stock to minority status, increasing the right o

             l)      the PreferredStock,includingobtainingmajority statusfor purpose electingdirectorseats;
                                                                                    of                    and
             t6      oustMr. ZappinasMaker'sCEO.

                              101.        Eachofthe defendants
                                                             willfully failed to discloseand/ormateriallymisrepresented
             l8      the purposeof eachof the foregoingactionsto Maker, defendants
                                                                                 repres€ntations
                                                                                              were false and
            1 9 madein order to obtainZappin'sacquiescence defendants'
                                                         to          schemeand had Zappinknown the
            20 true intentsof defendants, would havetaken steps,including seekingreliefto stop thoseactions.
                                        he
            2l                102.        As a direct and proximateresult of each defendant'sactions,Zappin has been
            22 damaged an amountto be provenat trial.
                      in
            23                103.        Upon informationandbeliel the actionsofeach defendants beenand continues
                                                                                               has
         24 to be malicious,
                           oppressive willful, andengaged with conscious
                                    and                 in             disregard Zappin'srights,
                                                                               for
            25 thusjustifying an awardof punitiveandexemplary
                                                            damages.
            26
         27
            28
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                  I                                    EIGHTH CAUSE OF ACTION
              2                                          (Fraudulent
                                                                   Misrepresentation)
              3                       (DerivativeClaim by All PlaintiffsAgainstAll Defendants Doesl_50)
                                                                                            and
              4                104.     Plaintiffs herebyincorporate reference
                                                                   by        eachand every allegationcontainedin
              5         paragraph to 103asifset forth in full herein.
                                I
              6                105.     Upon infomrationand belief,eachof the individualdefendants
                                                                                                 entered
                                                                                                       into a serres
              7         of quidpro quo agreements,
                                                includingemployment
                                                                  agreements,
                                                                           wherebythey eithercaused
                                                                                                  stockto
              8         be issued one or more of the lnterested
                                 to                           Parties;                                  partiesto
                                                                     allowedone or more of the Interested
              9         exercise'sell or vest certainstockrights early; agreed sell stock to the other Interestpartiesor
                                                                              to
             l0         thosealignedwith the Interested
                                                      Parties create favorable
                                                            to      a         voting bloc; and awarded
                                                                                                     employment
             l1         and money, among other things, to one or more of the InterestedPartiesin exchange their
                                                                                                         for
             1 2 directorseats
                             with the pupose andintentof dilutingthe CommonStock;decreasing rightsofthe
                                                                                          the
             TJ         common Stock,includingto relegate common stock to minority status,
                                                         the                             increasing right
                                                                                                  the
             l4         the PrefenedStock, includingobtainingmajority statusfor purpose electingdirectorseats;
                                                                                       of                    and
             l)         oustMr. ZappinasMaker'sCEO.
             lo                106.     Eachofthe defendants
                                                           willfully failedto discloseand/ormateriallymisrepresented
                        the purposeof eachof the foregoingactionsto Maker, defendants
                                                                                    representations
                                                                                                 were false and
         l8             made in order to obtain zappin's acquiescence defendants' schemeand had Zappnknown
                                                                    to                                     the
         t9             trueintentsof defendants, would havetakensteps,
                                               he                     includingseekingreliefto stopthoseactions.
         20                   107.      As a direct and proximateresult of each defendant'sactions,Maker has been
         2l             damaged an amountto beprovenat trial.
                              in
         22                   108       Upon infomrationandbelief,the actionsofeach defendants beenandconlinues
                                                                                             has
         ZJ to be malicious,oppressive willful, andengaged with conscious
                                     and                  in            disregard Zappin'srights,
                                                                                for
         24 thusjustifuingan awardofpunitive andexemplary
                                                        damages.
         25
         26
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               I                                        NINTH CAUSE OF ACTION
               2                                                (Conversion)
               3                   (DerivativeClaim by All PlaintiffsAgainstAII Defendants Does l-50)
                                                                                         and
               4            109.         Plaintiffs herebyincorporate reference
                                                                    by         eachand every allegationcontainedin
               5     paragraph to 108asifset forth in full herein.
                             I

               6            ll0.         Upon information and belief, all defendantsconspiredwith one another,and
               7     potentiallyothersto secretlytake assets
                                                           and propedybelongingto Maker and/or its affiliatesand
               8     wrongfully awardedthemselves,
                                                 and othersalignedwith them, employment
                                                                                      contracts,
                                                                                               stock and
               o     stockoptionsin firrtherance
                                               oftheir scheme setforth herein.
                                                            as
              10            l1l.         As a direct and proximateresult of each defendant,s
                                                                                           actions,Maker has been
              l1     damaged an amount be provenat trial.
                           in        to
              12            '112.
                                         Upon informationandbeliel, the actionsofeach defendants beenandcontinues
                                                                                               has
              1 3 to be malicious,oppressive willful, andengaged with conscious
                                           and                 in             disregard Maker'srights,
                                                                                      for
              1 4 thusjustifying an awardofpunitive andexemplary
                                                               damages.
              15                                        TENTH CAUSE OF ACTION
              16                                              (Civil Conspiracy)
                                   (DerivativeClaimby All PlaintiffsAgainstAll Delendants Does l-50)
                                                                                        and
              l8            113.         Plaintiffs herebyincorporate reference
                                                                    by         each and every allegationcontainedin
              l9     paragraph to 112asifset forth in full herein.
                             I
              20            114-         Upon informationand beliefl all defendants
                                                                                  formeda conspiracy
                                                                                                   with one another,
              2 1 and potentiallyothers,to secretlytake assets propertyb€longingto Maker and,/or affiliates
                                                             and                               its
              22 andwrongfullyawarded
                                    themselves, others
                                             and      alignedwith them,employment
                                                                                contracts,
                                                                                         stock,and
              ZJ     stockoptionsin furtherance
                                              oftheir scheme setforth herein.
                                                           as
              24            115.         In fact, all defendants
                                                               actedtogether, potentiallyothers, in furtherance the
                                                                            and                               of
              25 conspiracy,to secretly take assetsand property belonging to Maker and./orits affiliates and
              26 wrongfully awmdedthemselves, othersalignedwith them, employment
                                            and                                         stock,and
                                                                               contracts,
              27 stockoptionsin furtherance
                                          oftheir scheme setforth herein.
                                                       as
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              1          116.     As a direct and proximateresult of each defendant'sactions.Maker has been
             2 damagedin an amountto be provenat trial.
             3           117.     Upon informationandbelief,the actionsofeach defendants beenand contilues
                                                                                       has
             4    to be malicious,
                                 oppressive willtrl, and engaged with conscious
                                          and                  in                     for
                                                                              disregard Maker's rights,
                  thusjustifuingan awardofpunitive andexemplary
                                                              damages.
             6                                  ELEVENTH CAUSE OF ACTION
             7       (For Removalof Lisa Donovan,
                                                Ynon Kreiz, Mark Suster,
                                                                       DanaSettle, RachelLam from
                                                                                 and
             8                     Maker'sBoardof DirectorsPursuant Cal. Corp.Code$ 304)
                                                                  to
             9        (AgainstDefendants Donovan,
                                       Lisa     Ynon Kreiz, Mark suster,DanasettleandRachelLam)
             l0          118.    Plaintiffs herebyincorporate reference
                                                            by        each and every allegationcontainedin
         ll       paragraph to 117asifset forth in full herein.
                          1
         t2              I 19.   Plaintiffsaretheholdersof recordfor morethan I 0% of Maker'scommon Stock
         IJ              l2O.    Upon informationand belief, all defendants
                                                                          againstwho plaintiffsassert
                                                                                                    this cause
         1 4 of action conspiredwith one another,and potentiallyothersto secretlytake assetsand property
         1)       belonging Makerand/orits affiliatesandwrongfirllyawarded
                           to                                            themselves, othersalignedwith
                                                                                  and
         l6       them, employment
                                 contacts, stock and stock optionsin furtherance their schemeas set ibrth
                                                                               of
         1 7 herein.

         18              l21     As suchdefendants
                                                 have committednumerousdishonest
                                                                               acts and grosslyabused
         1 9 their authority as directorsof Maker by committing the breaches fiduciary duty and other
                                                                            of
         20       wrongful actsallegedherein.
         2l              122.    Upon informationand belief, the conductof defendants
                                                                                    will continueif thev are
         22       allowedto remainasmembers Maker'sBoardof Directors.
                                          of
         z5              123.    Therefore,plaintiffs respectfirllyrequestthat Lisa Donovan,Mark Suster.Dana
         24 Settle,and Rachel
                            Lam be removedfrom Maker's BoardofDirecrors.
         z)

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                     I                                   TWELFTH CAUSE OF ACTION
                    2         (To set AsideElectionofDirectors,Related
                                                                     Agreements Actions,andfor other Equitable
                                                                              and
                    3                                 ReliefPursuanr Cal. Corp.Codeg 709)
                                                                   to
                    4                    (AgainstDefendants             ynon Kreiz, and Lisa Donovan)
                                                          MichaelDiSanto,
                    5             124.     Plaintiffsherebyincorporate reference
                                                                     by        eachand every allegationcontainedin
                    6      paragraph to 123asifset forth in full herein.
                                   1
                    7             125-    The purported
                                                      electionor appointment defendants
                                                                           of         was,and is, withoutany force
                    8      or effect,and suchelectionor appointment presumptive
                                                                  is          void underCalifomiaCorporations
                                                                                                            Code
                    9      section310, and is thereafter
                                                       null and void, or voidable,on the basisthat the purpo(ed electionor
                   1 0 appointrnent infectedwith fraud and wasnot disclosed eitherMaker'sBoardof Directorsor
                                  was                                     to
                   ll      to Maker's CommonStockholders,deprivingsaid shareholders their right to vote for Maker's
                                                                                  of
                   1 2 directors.
                   t-t            126.    Plaintiffsallegethat, as a resultof the foregoingcircurnstances
                                                                                                        allegedherein,no
                   l4      "safeharbor"or otherlegalprotectionprovides any polentialvalidationofthe purpo(edelection
                                                                      for
                   l5      ot appointrnent.
                                          However, a matterof pleading,
                                                 as                   plaintiffs furtherallege,if suchproof be requrred,
                   I 6 that the appointment election,and all matters
                                          and                       derivedtherefrom, werenotjust andreasonable,
                   t 7 andwerenot fair to, or in the bestinterest the Companies.
                                                                of,
                   l8             127.    Plaintiffs, as shareholders,
                                                                    maintain this action individuatly and derivativelyon
                   t9      behalf of Maker to protect the interestsof the company in its operation by a duly composedand
                   20 appointed
                              Boardof Directors.
                   2l             128.    Plaintiff requests
                                                           that the court set a hearingwithin five (5) days as providedin
                   22 califomia Corporations
                                           code Section709,or suchothertime as the court deemsappropriate, a
                                                                                                         for
                          determination the invalidity of the electionor nominationof defendants Maker's Board of
                                      of                                                       to
                   24 Directors,and for relatedequitablereliel includingthe making of an order voiding eachand every
                   25 purportedactiontakenby Maker's improperlycomposed
                                                                      BoardofDirectors.
                   26
                   27
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              I                                 THIRTEENTH CAUSE OF ACTION
             2                                        (Breach FiduciaryDuty)
                                                             of

             3                       (DerivativeClaim by All PlaintiffsAgainstDefendant
                                                                                      Disanto)
              A
                           129.    Plaintiffs hereby incorporateby referenceeach and every allegation contained in

              5     paragraph to 128asifset forth in full herein.
                            I

              6            130.                               Maker, as its Chief Legal Officer, in comection
                                    DefendantDiSantorepresented

              7     with companybusiness.As such,Disanto owed Maker the highestfrduciaryduty of loyalty and

              8 honesty.
              9            l3l.                   this
                                    DiSantobreached duty in the mannerallegedherein,includingsimultaneously
             1 0 representing
                            Zappin.

             ll            132.     As a direct and proximate result of Disanto's unfaithful acts, Maker has been

                          individuallyih an amountto be provenat trial.
                    damaged
             IJ            133.     Upon informationandbelief,the actions eachdefendants beenandcontinues
                                                                        of             has

             l4                              and                  in                     for
                                                                                 disregard Maker's rights,
                    to be malicious,oppressive willful, and engaged with conscious

             l5     thusjustifing an award ofpunitive and exemplarydamages.

             l6                                 FOURTEENTH CAUSE OF ACTION
             17                                         (Professional
                                                                   Negligence)
             18                           (DirectClaim by ZappinAgainstDefendant
                                                                               DiSanto)
             19            134.     Plainti{f Zappin hereby incorporates referenceeach and every allegadon
                                                                        by
             20 containedin paragraphI to 133as if set forth in full herein.
             21            135.             Disanto represente Zappn as his attomey,in connection
                                    Defendant               d                                   with, among
             22 other things, Zappin's separationagreementas Maker's CEO. Zappin sought and obtained
                                            that
                     DiSanto'sadviceregarding agreement.
                                                       DiSantotold Zappinto trusthim.

             24            136.                                         wilh that agreement negligent,
                                    DiSanto'sadviceto Zappinin connection                 was        falling
             zt      well below the skill, prudence diligence otherlawyerspossess exercise.
                                                  and        as                 and
             26 As a direct and proximateresultof DiSanto'snegligence,                  individuallyin
                                                                     Maker hasbeendamaged
             27 an amout to be proven at trial.
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               I                                 FIFTEENTH CAUSE OF ACTION
               2                                         (DeclaratoryRelief)
               3      (AgainstDefendants Donovan,
                                       Lisa     Ben Donovan,
                                                           Mark suster,
                                                                      Danasettle,andRachelLam)
               4          li7.     Plaintiffs herebyincorporateby referenceeach and every allegationcontainedin
               5   paragraph to 136asifset forth in full herein.
                           I
               6          138. An actualcontroversy arisenand now existsbetween
                                                  has                          Plaintiffs and Defendants
               7   conceming validity of electionsof directors, validity of certainamendmenls shareholder
                            the                               the                           to
               6   voting agreements, amendments Maker'sarticlesof incorporation,
                                   and         to                               amongothers.
           9              139. Plaintiffs desire a judicial determinationof the validity of these actions and
          i0       fundamental
                             operating
                                     documents.
          1l              140. A judicial declaration necessary appropriate this time so that Maker may go
                                                    is        and         at
          't2
                   aboutits business
                                   with certaintythat the actionsit undertakes the directionof its boardare valid
                                                                             at
          t-)      corDorate
                           acts.
          14                                     SIXTEENTH CAUSE OF ACTION
          l)                                       Law, Businesses professions
                                 (Unfair Competition             and         Code,section17200)
          t6                             (DerivativeClaim by plaintiffs AgainsrAll Defendants)
          lt              141. Plaintiffs hereby incorporate referenceeach and every allegationcontainedin
                                                            by
          t 8 paragraphI to 140 asifset forth in full herein.
          19              142. In committingthe actsandomissions
                                                               described
                                                                       herein,eachof the nameddefendants
         20 hasviolatedcalifomia Business profession
                                        and        code $$ 17200, seq.,the Unfair competitionLaw
                                                                et
         2l        C'UCL'). The acts and omissionsdescribedabove are unla*ftl, in that they violate a staure,
         22 ordinance,or an established of commonlaw. The acts and omissionsdescribed
                                      rule                                           above are
                   fraudulentwithin the meaningof the ucl- because
                                                                 they are deceptive,
                                                                                   and likely, if not certainto
         24 deceive members
                   the                public,includingplaintiffs.
                          ofthe general
         ZJ              143. Each defendant
                                           named in this causeof action has benefittedfinancially in some
         26 marurer,either directly or indirectly, as a result of the UCL violalions statedin this complaint.
         27 Plaintiffs havederivativestanding proceed
                                              to          underthe UCL because   Maker hassuffered  injury rn
         28 fact as a resultofthe UCL violationsstated
                                                     herein.

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 I             144. Defendant's
                              actionsand,/or       described
                                           omissions       hereinareaimedat harmingMaker's
 2   business usingMaker's assets improperpurposes in furtherance
            by                  for              and            ofDefendants'fiaudulenl
 3   schemeand constituteunfair competitionagainstMaker. By way of this complaint,plainti
 4   demands Defendants
           that       cease desisttheir wronsfulconduct.
                          and
 5             145- An injunctionunderthe UCL is appropriate     the
                                                           because unlawfulactsdetailedherein
 6   arecapable repetition, in fact repeated
              of          are              regularly, areon-going. All of the Defendants
                                                    and                                who
 7   participated the unlawful and deceptive
                in                          acts detailedhereincontinueto occupythe positionso
 8   power that allowed them to commit the wrongful acts describedherein and are unrepentantof their
 o   actions.

10             146. As a proximateand foreseeable
                                                result of Defendants'past and tkeatened unfair
ll   competition, Maker has sufferedand will continueto suffer ineparableharm and other damagesrn

     excessof the jurisdictional limits of this court. Maker is thereforeentitled to ordersin equity
t3   restoringthe statusquo prior to the time Maker was harmed by Defendant'sUCL violalions,

t4   requiring the voiding of all agreements
                                           enteredinto in comection with Defendants'fraudulent
l5        and
     scheme restitution monies
                       of     received a resultof thatscheme.
                                      as
l6                                SEVENTEENTH CAUSE OF ACTION
l7                 (Unfair Competition
                                     Law, Businesses Professions
                                                   and         Code,section17200)
l8        (DirectClaim by PlaintiffsAgainstAll Defendants,
                                                        excludingNorninalDefendant
                                                                                 Maker)
l9             147. Plaintiffs herebyincorporateby referenceeach and every allegationcontainedin
20 paragraphi to 146 as ifset forth in firll herein.
2l             148. In committingthe actsand omissions
                                                     described
                                                             herein,eachof the nameddefendants
22 hasviolatedcalifornia Business Profession
                                and        code $g 17200, seq., Unfair competitionLaw
                                                        et    the
z)   ('UCL").     The acts and omissionsdescribedaboveare unlawful, in that they violate a starute,
24 ordinance, an established of common law. The acts and omissions
            or             rule                                   describedabovc are
25 fraudulentwithin the meaningof the UCL because
                                                they are deceptive, likely, if not certainto
                                                                  and
26 deceive members
         the     ofthe general
                             public,includingPlaintiffs.
27             149. Each defendant
                                 namedin this causeof action has benefittedfinancially in some
28 manner,either directly or indirectly,as a result of the UCL violationsstatedin this complaint.
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                    I     Plaintiffs have derivative standingto proceedunder the ucl- becauseMaker has suffered injury in
                                                                                                                            ':
                    2     fact as a resultof the UCL violationsstated
                                                                    herein.
                    3                i50'     Defendant's
                                                        actions     omissions
                                                              and./or       described
                                                                                    hereinareaimedat harmingPlaintiffs
                    A
                          by diluting the common Stock;decreasing rightsofthe common Stock,includingto relegate
                                                                the                                           the
                    5     Common Stockto minority status,increasing right of the PreferredStock,includingobtaining
                                                                  the
                    o     majority status purpose electingdirectorseats
                                         for     of                    and denying the CommonStockshareholders
                    7     oftheir rights.
                    I               151. An injunctionunderthe UCL is appropriate
                                                                                because unlawfulactsdetailedherern
                                                                                      the
                    9     arecapableofrepetition,arein fact repeated
                                                                   regularly,andareon-going. All of the Defendants
                                                                                                                 who
                  1 0 participated the unlawful and deceptive
                                  in                        acts detailedhereincontinueto occupythe positions
                  ll      power that allowed them to commit the wrongful acts describedherein and are unreDentant
                                                                                                                oftheir
                  1 2 actions.

                  I )               152- As a proximateand foreseeable
                                                                     result of Defendants'past and threatened
                                                                                                            unfair
                  t4      competition,
                                     Plaintiffshavesuffered will continue sufferirreparable
                                                           and           to               harmandotherdamages
                  1 5 in excess thejurisdictionallimits of this court. Plaintiffsaretherefore
                              of                                                             entitledto ordersin equrty
                  t6     restoringthe statusquo prior to the time Plaintiffs were harmedby Defendant,s
                                                                                                     ucl- violations,
                  1 7 requiring the voiding of all agreements
                                                            enteredinto in connectionwith Defendants'fraudulent
                  l 8 scheme restitution moniesreceived a resultof that scheme.
                              and          of               as
                  19                                                 PRAYERFORRELIEF
                 20                 Plaintiffs Scott Katz, Derek Jones, Wilt Watkins and Danny Zappn pray for judgment
                 2 1 againstDefendants
                                     Ben Donovan,Lisa Donovan,ynon Kreiz, Mark Suster,Dana Settle,Rachel
                 22 Lam, Michael Disanto, GRp IlI, Lp, GRp parrners,Lp, GRp Invesrors,Lp, Mida Holdinss
                 23 Califomia,Inc.,Angulo Investors Ltd, andMaker Studios, asfollows:
                                                  II,                    Inc.
                 24                 l.        For compersatory
                                                             damages an amountto be provenat the time oftdali
                                                                   in
                 25                 2.        For punitiveor exemplarydamages an amountto be provenat thetime of trial;
                                                                            in
                 26                3.         For a temporary
                                                            restraining
                                                                      orderandotherinjuncriverelief;
                                   4.         For an accounting;
                 28                5.        For a constructive
                                                              trustoverMaker:

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                  i                   For disgorgement;
              2                       For an ordervoiding the eachand every action takenby the Board of Directorsafter
              3                       April 20,2013;
              4                8.     For removalof members
                                                          ofthe BoardofDirectors;
              5                9.     For rescission;
              o                10.    For attomeys'feesandcostsof suit incurredherein;
              7                       For interest the extentallowable law; and
                                                 to                   by
              8                12.    For suchotherand furtherreliefas the Courtdeemsjust pro;rcr.
                                                                                        and
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