GE Capital Commercial Inc v. Bland Family Farms LLC et al
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|July 18, 2016
ORDER granting 17 Motion to Substitute Party. BMO Harris Bank N.A. is substituted for GE Capital Commercial Inc. The Court waives the notice-of-hearing requirement. No hearing is needed. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 7/18/2016. (jak)
|March 10, 2016
ORDER denying without prejudice 15 Motion to Substitute. First, BMO Harris Bank is not a party. Second, the proof of assignment needs shoring up. The Court will schedule a hearing, if one is needed, in due course. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 3/10/2016. (jak)
|December 28, 2015
ORDER granting as modified 12 Motion for Attorney Fees. The time spent, and work done, was reasonable. The hourly rates, though, are more than normally charged in this District for this kind of work. The Court therefore reduces the hourly rates to $300 for Ziegenhorn, $225 for Jones, and $150 for Burgett. The approved total is $12,480 in fees. The Court awards $13,050 to GE Capital against Bland Family Farms, Sarah Bland, and Jamey Bland for attorney's fees and expenses reasonably incurred in collecting the debt. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 12/28/2015. (jak)
|December 3, 2015
JUDGMENT for GE Capital against Bland Family Farms, Sarah Bland, and Jamey Bland, jointly and severally, for $520,830.89, plus a reasonable attorney's fee and costs as the Court may later award. Post-judgment interest will accrue at 0.51% per annum from today until this Judgment is paid in full. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 12/3/2015. (jak)
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