US Bank Trust, N.A. v. Walbert
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|November 7, 2017
RULING (attached) denying Defendant's 21 Motion for Reconsideration. Signed by Judge Charles S. Haight, Jr. on 11/7/2017. (Kaczmarek, S.)
|October 16, 2017
RULING (attached) on Plaintiff's Declaration of Attorney's Fees and Costs. For the reasons set forth in the attached Ruling, the Court finds that Plaintiff is entitled to $6,398 in attorney's fees. Defendant is ordered to transmit that amount to Plaintiff on or before November 15, 2017. Signed by Judge Charles S. Haight, Jr. on 10/16/2017. (Kaczmarek, S.)
|August 18, 2017
RULING (see attached). For the reasons stated in the attached Ruling, Plaintiff's 9 Motion to Remand to State Court is GRANTED. The parties shall make submissions with respect to costs and attorneys' fees as directed. The Court sha ll retain jurisdiction over the parties solely for the purpose of setting the amount of costs and attorneys' fees if submitted by Plaintiff. This case shall be remanded forthwith to the Connecticut Superior Court, Judicial District of Danbury. T he Clerk of the Court is directed to close this case, without prejudice to reopening if Plaintiff submits an application for attorneys' fees and costs in proper form by September 5, 2017. Defendant shall have until September 15, 2017 to respond to any such application. Signed by Judge Charles S. Haight, Jr. on August 18, 2017. (Kahl, A)
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