Avery Armani v. Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company et al
||Does and Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company
||September 23, 2013
||US District Court for the Central District of California
||Ronald S.W. Lew
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|July 24, 2017
ORDER Re: PLAINTIFF'S MOTION FOR ATTORNEY'S FEES, TO DETERMINE COSTS AND INTEREST RATE 48 by Judge Ronald S.W. Lew: For the reasons set forth above, the Court GRANTS in part and DENIES in part Plaintiff's Motion for Attorneys Fees . Plaintiff is awarded a total of $101,947.50 in attorneys fees, $1,660.36 in costs, and prejudgment interest on the total amount of benefits owed to Plaintiff at the applicable rate as set forth by 29 U.S.C. § 1961(a) to be compounded annually. (jre)
|May 18, 2017
JUDGMENT by Judge Ronald S.W. Lew, in favor of Avery Armani against Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company Related to: USCA Memorandum/Opinion/Order, 44 (MD JS-6, Case Terminated). SEE JUDGMENT FOR DETAILS. (jre)
|November 25, 2014
JUDGMENT by Judge Ronald S.W. Lew: On November 17, 2014, the above matter commenced in a bench trial before this Court. After consideration of all evidence presented, IT IS ORDERED AND ADJUDGED that Plaintiff is awarded nine days of benefits for the period of July 9, 2013 to July 17, 2013. The Courtfinds that Plaintiff has not shown by a preponderance of the evidence that he is entitled to relief based on disability from any occupation. Accordingly, the Court awards judgment to Defendant on that issue. (MD JS-6, Case Terminated). (lc)
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