Allocco, et al v. Metropolitan Life
Case Number: 2:2001cv02220
Filed: November 14, 2001
Court: US District Court for the District of Arizona
Office: Labor: E.R.I.S.A. Office
Presiding Judge: James A Teilborg
Nature of Suit: None
Cause of Action: Federal Question
Jury Demanded By: 29:1132 E.R.I.S.A.-Employee Benefits

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October 30, 2009 Opinion or Order Filing 176 ORDER Dft's 159 Motion for Attorneys' Fees and Non-Taxable Expenses is granted in part and denied in part. Dft's request for an award of attorneys' is granted as follows: The Court awards Dft $30,928.40 in attorneys' fees. Dft's request for an award of related non-taxable expenses is denied. That the Clerk of the Court shall enter judgment on this Order. Signed by Judge James A Teilborg on 10/29/09. (ESL)
July 24, 2009 Opinion or Order Filing 171 ORDER granting 169 Motion for Leave to Appeal in forma pauperis re 160 Notice of Appeal and denying 166 Motion to Receive Transcript of the 4/14/09 Trial Proceedings. Signed by Judge James A Teilborg on 7/24/09.(LSP)
September 23, 2008 Opinion or Order Filing 115 ORDER - IT IS ORDERED that Plaintiff's 111 Motion/Request for Trial by Jury is DENIED. Signed by Judge James A Teilborg on 9/23/08. (SAT)
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