Wall v. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
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|March 14, 2012
Order entered re: Notice of Settlement and show cause regarding accrued interest. a pro ami settlement hearing is set for 4/2/2012 02:00 PM in US Courthouse, Courtroom 5A, 113 St. Joseph Street, Mobile, AL 36602 before Judge Kristi K. DuBose. Partie s are to file UNDER SEAL a copy of their proposed settlement agreement on or before 3/28/12. The Court finds that six percent (6%) per annum is the appropriate rate to apply, as set out in order.. Signed by Judge Kristi K. DuBose on 3/14/2012. (cmj)
|October 17, 2011
ORDER granting 18 Motion to Deposit Funds, as set out; granting in part 18 Motion to Appoint Guardian Ad Litem ad Litem. Brenda J. Pierce is appointed as guardian ad litem for the minor third party defendants. Pierce is to file on or before 10 /28/11, a response to MetLife's motion and Wall's response (docs 18, 19). Any reply to Pierce's response shall be due on or before 11/3/11. The remaining issues shall be addressed after the Court receives the responses and replies. Signed by Judge Kristi K. DuBose on 10/17/2011. (copy mailed to Pierce) (cmj)
|August 1, 2011
Order for Met Life to file, by 8/12/2011, a motion for interpleader, supported by legal authority as appropriate. Plaintiff Micah Wall is directed to file, by 8/12/2011, a motion for the appointment of a guardian ad litem as further set out. Signed by Magistrate Judge Sonja F. Bivins on 8/1/2011. copies to parties. (sdb)
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