Wright v. City of Chicago et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|January 26, 2012
WRITTEN Opinion entered by the Honorable Elaine E. Bucklo on 1/26/2012: Defendants' motion to enforce settlement are granted 180 190 . The City is directed to provide checks as follows: two for the attorneys' fees and expenses detailed h erein, one to St. Francis Hospital in the amount of $3,014.35, which shall discharge its lien against Mr. Wright, and a check to Shawn Wright in the amount of the settlement, less the amounts for fees, expenses and lien. When this is complete, t he parties shall notify the court, and this case will be dismissed with prejudice. Motion for attorney fees and costs 188 is granted. Motion to withdraw as counsel for the plaintiff by Michael Rothmann 186 is also granted. Mailed notice. [For further details see written opinion.](ea, )
|November 23, 2010
MINUTE entry before Honorable Geraldine Soat Brown: For the reasons set out below, Defendants' Motion for a Protective Order to Limit the Extent of Discovery 67 is granted. Defendants will not be required to answer Interrogatories 14, 18, 20, 21 and 22, and will not be required to respond to Document Requests 10, 15, 19 and 29 through 43, inclusive. This is without prejudice to any specific objection defendants may have made regarding any other interrogatory or document request. Any such specific objections are not the subject of this order. [For further details see minute order.] Notice mailed by judge's staff (ntf, )
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