William Jurkowitz v. Pacific Capital Bancorp et al
||Sandler O'Neill & Partners L.P., Pacific Capital Bancorp, David Porter, George Leis and Sandler O'Neill Asset Management LLC
||September 8, 2009
||US District Court for the Central District of California
||Western Division - Los Angeles Office
||XX US, Outside California
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||15 U.S.C. § 78 m(a) Securities Exchange Act
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|April 7, 2010
FINAL JUDGMENT by Judge R. Gary Klausner: IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED that: 1. Plaintiff William Jurkowitzs purported class action complaint against Defendants Pacific Capital Bancorp, George Leis, David Porter, Sandler ONeill & Partne rs L.P., and Sandler ONeill Asset Management LLC (Sandler ONeill Asset Management LLC having previously been voluntarily dismissed) is hereby dismissed with prejudice in its entirety; 2. Plaintiff Thomas Shotkes purported class action complaint again st Defendants Pacific Capital Bancorp, George Leis, David Porter, and Sandler ONeill & Partners L.P. is hereby dismissed with prejudice in its entirety; 3. This consolidated action is dismissed with prejudice in its entirety with respect to all Plain tiffs, including the remaining named Plaintiffs Peter Pagano, Marjorie Pagano, Peter Alex Pagano, and Johnny Rios; 4. Plaintiffs shall take nothing by way of this action; 5. Final judgment is entered in favor of Defendants; and6. Defendants are the prevailing parties and shall recover their costs tothe extent allowable by law. (shb)
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