Progressive Produce Corporation v. Alberto Martinez et al
||Progressive Produce Corporation
||Alberto Martinez and Top Line Specialty
||January 30, 2013
||US District Court for the Central District of California
||Gary A. Feess
||Margaret A. Nagle
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|December 4, 2013
JUDGMENT BY COURT AGAINST ALL DEFENDANTS by Judge Gary A. Feess, in favor of Progressive Produce Corporation against Top Line Specialty, Alberto Martinez: IT IS HEREBY ADJUDGED that PROGRESSIVE PRODUCE CORPORATION, a corporation (herein referred t o as "Plaintiff") is entitled to immediate entry of default judgment against Defendants ALBERTO MARTINEZ a/k/a ALBERTO ZEPEDA a/k/a ALBERTO ZEPEDA MARTINEZ, individually and d/b/a TOP LINE SPECIALTY; and TOP LINE SPECIALTY, a sole propriet orship of ALBERTO MARTINEZ a/k/a ALBERTO ZEPEDA a/k/a ALBERTO ZEPEDA MARTINEZ, as follows, all of which qualifies for trust protection under the trust provisions of Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act ("PACA") [7 U.S.C. §499e, et seq.]: (i) Principal in the cumulative amount of $14,868.00; (ii) Pre-judgment interest and finance charge through and including April 19, 2013 in the cumulative amount of $2,508.88, plus $7.33 per day from April 20, 2013 through the d ate of entry of judgment; (iii) Attorneys fees and costs (pursuant to LR 55-3) in the cumulative amount of $1,642.61; (iv) Recoverable costs in the amount of $531.18; and (v) Post-judgment interest charge at the rate of 18% per annum. IT IS HEREBY ADJUDGED that this judgment is entered pursuant to Fed.R.Civ.P. Rule 54(b) and 55(b)(2). (bm)
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