Sheet Metal Workers' Union Local #441 Health and Welfare Fund et al v. Ace Fabrication, Inc. et al
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|January 18, 2012
Order re: 22 MOTION for Summary Judgment filed by Plaintiffs. The motion as to both of plaintiffs' claims against defendant Ace Fabrication, Inc. is granted. Judgment will be entered in plaintiffs' favor, and against Ace Fabrication, on Counts I and II, in the total amount of $145,996.59. The Motion for Summary Judgment remains pending as to defendants William F. Stewart, III, and Robin C. Stewart, subject to the automatic stay in bankruptcy. Signed by Chief Judge William H. Steele on 1/18/2012. Copy mailed to Robin Stewart & William Stewart, III. (tgw)
|November 2, 2011
Order re: 27 Suggestion of Bankruptcy filed by William F. Stewart, III, Robin C. Stewart. This action is STAYED as to defendants William F. Stewart, III and Robin C. Stewart pending further order of the Court. The Stewarts are ordered to notify th e Court in writing within 7 calendar days of either the issuance of relief from the automatic stay or the dismissal or other cessation of the bankruptcy proceedings. The Stewarts are further ordered to file monthly status reports on the 1st Wednesda y of each month beginning on 12/7/2011. The remaining parties are ordered by 11/16/2011 to file responses regarding their position as to whether the automatic stay should or should not reach plaintiffs' claims against defendant Ace Fabrication. Signed by Chief Judge William H. Steele on 11/2/2011. Copy mailed to Robin Stewart & William Stewart, III. (tgw)
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