Moore et al v. Madigan et al
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|November 24, 2014
OPINION (See Written Opinion): For the forgoing reasons, Plaintiffs' Motion for Attorney's Fees (d/e 58 ) is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Plaintiffs' Attorneys are entitled to attorney's fees totaling $153,871.00. P laintiffs' Bill of Costs is allowed in the amount of $3,008.29. Plaintiffs' Motions for Sanctions (d/e 84 ; d/e 86 ) are DENIED. Defendants' Motion to Dismiss Renewed (d/e 72 ) is GRANTED. Under Federal Rule of Civil Procedu re 54(d)(2)(B), any supplemental fee petition in this case shall be filed no later than 14 days after the entry of judgment. The Court will treat liberally any joint motion for extension of time to file a supplemental fee petition so that the parties may resolve the issue amicably. This case is CLOSED.IT IS SO ORDERED. Entered by Judge Sue E. Myerscough on 11/24/2014. (VM, ilcd)
|October 9, 2013
OPINION (See Written Opinion): Defendants' Motion to Dismiss as Moot (d/e 51 ) is DENIED. Plaintiffs shall file any request for attorney's fees pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 1988 within 40 days after issuance of the mandate from the Sevent h Circuit in Shepard v. Madigan, 13-2661. Any brief filed on or before this deadline shall address any award of costs and fees in this case. This matter is set for status conference on October 21, 2013 at 1:30 p.m. Entered by Judge Sue E. Myerscough on 10/09/2013. (VM, ilcd)
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