Vaile v. National Credit Works Incorporated
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|May 1, 2012
ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION 26 . Plaintiff's 21 Motion for Default Judgment against Defendant is GRANTED. That the Clerk shall enter Judgment in favor of Plaintiff Jessica Vaile and against Defendant National Credit Works, In c. in the amount of $7,635 ($1,000 + $6,635 for attorney's fees, costs and non-taxable expenses). The Judgment shall earn interest at the annual federal rate from the date of entry of this Judgment until paid in full. Signed by Senior Judge Stephen M McNamee on 4/30/12. (LFIG)
|January 23, 2012
ORDER granting 22 Motion to Continue Evidentiary Hearing. The default damages evidentiary hearing set for 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 23, 2012 is hereby VACATED. The Court will take Plaintiff's 21 Motion for Default Judgment and Atto rney's Fees and Costs against Defendant National Credit Works, Inc., under advisement pending receipt of the documents set forth in this order, and thereafter will prepare and file a Report and Recommendation pursuant to General Order 11-3 as the Court's calendar permits. Signed by Magistrate Judge Lawrence O Anderson on 1/23/12. (see order for full details)(DMT)
|October 18, 2011
ORDER that the entry of default against Defendant 12 is hereby VACATED and set aside; Plaintiff's Request to Enter Default 11 , is DENIED without prejudice; and Plaintiff has until 12/19/11 in which to either properly serve Defendant or file a waiver of service, or this case will be dismissed. Signed by Magistrate Judge Lawrence O Anderson on 10/17/11. (TLJ)
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