Carpenters Southwest Administrative Corporation et al v. Dalaby Enterprises, Inc. et al
||Does, Old Republic Surety Company, Dalaby Enterprises, Inc. and Mark Steven Waters
||Carpenters Southwest Administrative Corporation and Board of Trustees for the Carpenters Southwest Trusts
||June 17, 2013
||California Central District Court
||Beverly Reid O'Connell
||Alicia G. Rosenberg
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|September 12, 2013
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE RE: DISMISSAL FOR LACK OF PROSECUTION by Judge Beverly Reid O'Connell. Response to Order to Show Cause due by 10/3/2013. (rfi)
|January 23, 2014
JUDGMENT by Judge Beverly Reid O'Connell in favor of CARPENTERS SOUTHWEST ADMINISTRATIVE CORPORATION and BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR THE CARPENTERS SOUTHWEST TRUSTS' FIRST CLAIM FOR RELIEF AGAINST DALABY ENTERPRISES, INC., a California corporatio n: (1) Unpaid contributions $10,394.80; (2) Liquidated damages based on original contributions 1,402.28; (3) Interest on the unpaid contributions pursuant to 29 U.S.C.A. 1132 (g)(2) (7 percent per annum) pursuant to the Trust Agreements from th e due date to November 18, 2013 (accruing at $2.26 per day) 774.28; (4) Attorneys' fees pursuant to Local Rule 55-3 1,307.82; GRAND TOTAL $13,879.18; (5). Plus costs to be determined after entry of judgment. (6) The judgment shall accrue interest pursuant to 28 USC section 1961(a). (MD JS-6, Case Terminated). (jp)
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