Kinnard v. Kelly et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|March 2, 2010
OPINION and ORDER. Plaintiff's 22 and 25 motions for default judgment and summary judgment against Defendant Simms are DENIED. Plaintiff's 23 and 25 motions for default and summary judgment against Defendant Leonard Rowe and Defend ant Rowe Entertainment are DENIED IN PART and GRANTED IN PART. Plaintiff's motions for default and summary judgment are GRANTED with respect to Plaintiff's conversion claims against the Rowe Defendants brought pursuant to Ind. Code Ann. 67; 34-24-3-1, and Plaintiff is awarded $360,000 in damages, $8,750 in attorneys fees, and $1,066 in costs. Plaintiff's motions for default and summary judgment are DENIED with respect to all other claims against the Rowe Defendants. The Rowe Defendants are DIRECTED to pay Plaintiff $360,000 in damages, $8,750 in attorneys fees, and $1,066 in costs. Signed by Judge J. Owen Forrester on 3/2/10. (bse)
|December 1, 2009
OPINION and ORDER re Plaintiff's 22 , 23 motions for default judgment. Plaintiff is DIRECTED to file a summary judgment motion within 30 days from the date of this order. Signed by Judge J. Owen Forrester on 12/1/09. (bse)
|June 8, 2009
ORDER granting Defendant Kelly's 17 Motion to Dismiss terminating Robert Kelly. Clerk is directed to enter DEFAULT against remaining defendants REI, Leonard Rowe, and William R. Simms, Jr. for failure to timely answer. Plaintiff is DIRECTED to move for default judgment as to these remaining Defendants. Signed by Judge J. Owen Forrester on 6/5/09. (bse)
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