B & H Construction Inc v. Burke
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|January 11, 2012
CONSENT JUDGMENT that judgment be entered against B&H in favor of Burke in the amount of $12,000.00 upon the Counterclaim of Burke, plus post-judgment interest to accrue at the rate of 0.25% per annum. Signed by Judge Susan Webber Wright on 1/9/12. (vjt)
|December 12, 2011
ORDER granting deft's 20 Motion for Partial Summary Judgment; pltf's claims against deft are DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE, and deft is granted summary judgment in his favor on his counterclaim to the extent that the Court finds, as a matter of law, that pltf breached the parties' employment agreement; trial will proceed on the issue damages. Signed by Judge Susan Webber Wright on 12/12/11. (vjt)
|October 17, 2011
ORDER granting 18 Burke's Motion to Voluntarily Dismiss Count I and Count III of the Counterclaim without prejudice; Count II remains. Signed by Judge Susan Webber Wright on 10/17/11. (vjt)
|March 29, 2011
ORDER directing attorney Christopher R. Warthen to, within 5 days of the entry of this Order, either comply with procedures under Local Rule 83.5 for admission to the bar of this Court or serve a copy of this Order upon B&H Construction Inc and mail proof of service to Chambers; failure to comply, B&H Construction must retain new counsel, who must enter a notice of appearance in this action on or before 4/15/11. Signed by Judge Susan Webber Wright on 3/29/11. (vjt)
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