A construction consultant managing a multi-million dollar renovation of a condominium project was sued for trespass and conversion after allegedly entering a homeowners’ unit without permission and destroying fixtures and removing personal property.  Severson & Werson obtained summary judgment on behalf of the consultant, with the court finding not only was there no merit to either cause of action, but that res judicata and collateral estoppel barred the homeowners’ claims given they had pursued the same damages from the homeowner’s association in a prior arbitration.