Dineyazhe v. United States of America
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|October 9, 2008
ORDER pursuant to 51 Stipulation of Dismissal, this action is dismissed as to all claims, with prejudice, each party to bear its own costs and attorneys' fees. Signed by Judge Stephen M McNamee on 10/8/08. (TLJ)
|September 10, 2008
ORDER granting 49 Motion to Approve Settlement. The settlement amounts and terms for Plaintiff Dominic Dineyazhe are hereby approved including but not limited to the $100,000 reversionary trust, the purchase of the annuity at a cost of $7 5,000, $10,000 in cash jointly for Dominic and his parents $4,667.11 for unpaid medical bills, $13,665.89 for litigation costs and expenses, and attorneys fees at the statutory maximum of 25% in FTCA cases, $61,667, for a total settlement cost of $265,000. Upon payment of the settlement amounts, the parties shall file a stipulated dismissal with prejudice, each side to bear its own costs and fees. Signed by Judge Stephen M McNamee on 9/10/08.(LSP)
|September 5, 2008
ORDER that the parties have until 10/31/08 to file a stipulation for dismissal. ORDER that in the event that no such stipulation is filed, the Court has scheduled a status conference for 11/17/2008 at 10:00 AM. If the stipulation is received by 10/31/08, the status conference will be automatically vacated re Notice of Settlement 47 . Signed by Judge Stephen M McNamee on 9/5/08. (TLJ)
|February 7, 2008
ORDER granting pla's Unopposed 28 Motion for Leave to File a First Amended Complaint. Signed by Judge Stephen M McNamee on 2/6/2008.(LAD)
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