Phillips et al v. Collier RV Super Center, Inc et al
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|December 11, 2017
ORDER signed by the Honorable Philip G. Reinhard on 12/11/2017: For the foregoing reasons, the portion of defendants' objection going to plaintiffs' notice of acceptance is denied. Defendant's prior motion to dismiss 16 is denied a s moot. Plaintiffs' motion 20 for attorneys' fees and costs is stricken without prejudice for not complying with the local rules of the Northern District of Illinois. The parties are directed to comply with Local Rules 54.1 and 54.3 on t he matters of taxable costs, attorney's fees and related nontaxable expenses. See Fed. R. Civ. P. 54(d). Judgment on the offer of judgment and acceptance is entered as follows: Judgment is entered in favor of plaintiffs, Keith Phillips a nd Christine Phillips and against defendants, Collier RV Super Center, Inc. and Edward J. Collier in the amount of $15,000.00, plus a sum equal to the aggregate amount of attorneys' fees and recoverable costs and expenses reasonably incurr ed by the plaintiffs as of October 11, 2017 and for or in connection with the commencement and prosecution of this action. The parties are directed to consider settlement of this entire case and, if unsuccessful, to comply with the directive in this order which, in essence, requires compliance with existing law and local rules. [see STATEMENT] Electronic notice (kms)
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