Screen Actors Guild - American Federation of Television and Radio Artists v. September Dawn, LLC et al
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|January 11, 2018
JUDGMENT by Judge Stephen V. Wilson: 1. The arbitration award in favor of Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, as successor-in-interest to Screen Actors Guild, Inc., (SAG-AFTRA) and against SEPTEMBER DAWN, LLC; BL ACK DIAMOND FINANCIAL GROUP, LLC; and CALIM PRIVATEEQUITY, LLC (Respondents), Union Case No. 8000, dated December 10, 2013,is confirmed in all respects. 2. Respondents are ordered to pay as follows:(a) To Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Te levision and Radio Artists, on behalf of affected performers, the sum of $32,167.62; (b) To Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists for its attorneys fees incurred in this action, the sum of $2,400.00; and (c ) To Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists for its costs incurred in this action, the sum of $400.00. 3. Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists is hereby granted an assignment of Respondents accounts receivable from the distribution, exhibition, exploitation or other use of the motion picture entitled September Dawn anywhere in the world until the amounts due are paid in full. 4. SAG-AFTRA is authorized to engage in any of the remedial actions provided for in the Security Agreement. 5. The parties are to split any arbitrator fees. (MD JS-6, Case Terminated). (lc)
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