Afcan et al v. United States of America
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|May 13, 2011
ORDER granting 161 Motion for Sanctions; US to pay sum of $25,037.25 in atty's fees and $8,189.87 in costs for a total award of $33,227.12; crt will not entertain a mot for reconsideration of this ord. Signed by Judge John W. Sedwick on 5/13/11. (PRR, COURT STAFF)
|March 2, 2011
ORDER AND OPINION. The Clerk of Court will please enter judgment that plaintiff recover damages from the United States in the total amount of $233,939 and recite in the judgment that this total is comprised of economic damages of $88,939 and non-economic damages of $145,000. The judgment is not to include any provision for the recovery of costs or attorneys fees. Signed by Judge John W. Sedwick on 3/2/11. (GMM, CHAMBERS STAFF)
|August 6, 2010
ORDER granting 44 Motion in Limine; granting 45 Motion in Limine; granting 46 Motion in Limine; granting in part and denying in part 47 Motion in Limine; granting 48 Motion to Exclude Late Disclosed Discovery; denying 49 Motion to Strike; denying 50 Motion to Strike; denying 51 Motion for Protective Order; granting 62 Motion for Leave to File Additional Factual Information to Defendant's Reply Brief at Dkt 61; denying 63 Motion for Hearing; denying 64 Motion for oral argument; granting 69 Motion for Leave to Add Additional Factual Information to Reply Brief at Docket No. 68; denying 77 Motion to Strike; denying 79 Cross-Motion to Strike. Signed by Judge John W. Sedwick on 8/6/10. (GMM, CHAMBERS STAFF)
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