Schorr v. Aero Accessories, Inc. et al
||Bridgette J. Schorr
||Aero Accessories, Inc., Avco Corporation, Textron Lycoming Reciprocating Engine Division, Aero Sport Power, LTD., Progressive Air Service, LTD., Pro Aero Engines, Inc., Light Speed Engineering, LLC, Airflow Performance, Inc. and Van's Aircraft, Inc.
||September 11, 2014
||US District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
||Richard W. Story
|Nature of Suit:
||Airplane Product Liability
|Cause of Action:
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|April 29, 2016
ORDER that the Reply Brief does not state new positions that warrant a further response from plaintiffs. Therefore, Plaintiffs 138 Motion for Leave to File Sur-Reply is DENIED. Plaintiffs counsel engaged in unreasonable and vexatious conduct that m ultiplied the proceedings. Therefore, Defendant Aero Accessories 126 Motion for Sanctions is hereby GRANTED. Defendant Aero Accessories 130 Motion for Attorney Fees is GRANTED, and Defendant Aero Accessories is awarded $18,300.00 against Pla intiffs counsel, Patrick J Gallagher, and his firm, Katzman, Lampert & McClune, P.C.. The award of fees and costs herein are for fees and costs in both the present case and in Gennett Hall, et al. v. Aero Accessories, Inc., et al., No. 2:14-CV-206-RWS. The Clerk shall enter a single JUDGMENT jointly in the cases in favor of Plaintiffs and against Patrick J. Gallagher and Katzman, Lampert & McClune, P.C. in the total sum of $18,300.00. Signed by Judge Richard W. Story on 04/29/16. (rsg)
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