Perryman v. Provident Life & Acc
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|March 30, 2010
ORDER that Plaintiff's Supplemental Request for Prejudgment Interest, construed as a 120 motion for partial reconsideration of the Court's 113 Opinion and Order, is denied; Plaintiff's Supplemental Request for Attorney's Fees, docketed by the Clerk as a 119 motion for attorney's fees, is denied without prejudice as premature; that the parties' 115 Stipulation to Entry of Briefing Schedule is accepted solely to the extent that the parties shall jointly submit a proposed form of judgment no later than 4/14/10; that any disagreement between the parties regarding the reasonable attorney's fees and non-taxable expenses to be paid by the defendant to the plaintiff shall be resolved post-judgment pursuant the provisions of LRCIV 54.2. Signed by Judge Paul G Rosenblatt on 3/30/10. (DTN)
|February 18, 2010
OPINION AND ORDER - IT IS ORDERED that pla Nancy Perryman is awarded long-termdisability insurance benefits pursuant to the "any occupation" provisions ofdft Provident Life and Accident Insurance Companys LTD Policy #120057 from 6/1/1999 th rough the date of her 65th birthday. FURTHER ORDERED that pla Nancy Perryman is awarded her reasonable atty's fees and non-taxable expenses pursuant to 29 U.S.C. § 1132(g)(1). FURTHER ORDERED that pla Nancy Perryman is awarded pre-jgm interest at the appropriate rate prescribed by 28 U.S.C. § 1961. FURTHER ORDERED that the parties shall submit a proposed form of jgm and any accompanying memoranda no later than 3/31/2010. Signed by Judge Paul G Rosenblatt on 2/18/10. (SAT)
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