General Electric Capital Corporation v. FPL Service Corp.
||General Electric Capital Corporation
||FPL Service Corp.
||June 6, 2013
||Iowa Northern District Court
||Cedar Rapids Office
||Mark W Bennett
||Jon S Scoles
|Nature of Suit:
|Cause of Action:
||28:1332 Diversity-Breach of Contract
|Jury Demanded By:
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|December 3, 2013
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER re 9 MOTION for Summary Judgment filed by General Electric Capital Corporation. GECCs motion for summary judgment is granted as to FPLs liability for defaulting under the parties contract. I will defer ruling on whether GECC is entitled to summary judgment as to its damages until after the parties have the opportunity to present additional evidence regarding whether GECC resold the copiers in a commercially reasonable manner. Both parties have 30 days fro m the date of this order to submit no more than 10 pages of additional evidence establishing, or refuting, that GECC resold the copiers in a commercially reasonable manner. I will rule on whetherGECC is entitled to summary judgment on the issue of damages after reviewing theparties submissions. Signed by Judge Mark W Bennett on 12/3/13. (djs)
|February 3, 2014
ORDER granting in full 9 Motion for Summary Judgment. The Clerk shall enter judgment in favor of General Electric Capital Corporation, and against FPL Service Corp, for $258,424.39, plus attorneys fees and costs. If plaintiff plans to seek attorneys fees and costs not already accounted for, it should proceed according to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 54(d) and Local Rule 54.1. Signed by Judge Mark W Bennett on 2/3/2014. (des)
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