James Wong v. Qingdao Yijia Native Import & Export Ltd et al
||Qingdao Yijia Native Import & Export Ltd and Does
||September 30, 2013
||California Central District Court
||Ronald S.W. Lew
||Frederick F. Mumm
|Nature of Suit:
||Fraud or Truth-In-Lending
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|January 30, 2014
JUDGMENT 16 17 by Judge Ronald S.W. Lew in favor of Qingdao Yijia Native Import & Export Ltd against Yihe Corporation. QINGDAO YIJIA NATIVE IMP. & EXP. CO. LTD is to recover from YIHE CORPORATION for QINGDAO YIJIA NATIVE IMP. & EXP. CO. LTDs cou nterclaim against YIHE. The Parties are ordered to abide by the terms of the Settlement Agreement executed concurrently herewith and to fulfill the executory provisions contained therein. This Court shall retain continuing jurisdiction over the enfo rcement, construction and interpretation of this Consent to Judgment and Order. Subject to the terms of this Judgment and in consideration of the Stipulation for Dismissal 17 , the clerk shall close this entire action. Each party shall bear its own attorney fees and costs. SEE JUDGMENT FOR COMPLETE DETAILS. ( MD JS-6. Case Terminated ) (jre)
|October 10, 2013
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE RE: SUBJECT MATTER JURISDICTION by Judge Ronald S.W. Lew. It is unclear whether complete diversity of citizenship exists between the Parties.Response to Order to Show Cause due by 10/23/2013. No hearing will be held and the matter will stand submitted upon the filing of Plaintiff's response. (jre)
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