Simpson et al v. United States of America
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|July 29, 2016
MEMORANDUM OPINION & ORDER: 1) Def's motion to amend findings of fact and conclusions of law 137 is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART, in accordance with this memorandum opinion and order. To the extent that the findings of fa ct, conclusions of law, and order 132 is in conflict with the memorandum opinion and order, the latter shall control; 2) Def's motion to alter and amend 138 is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART, in accordance with this memoran dum opinion and order. To the extent that the findings of fact, conclusions of law, and order 132 is in conflict with this memorandum opinion and order, the latter shall control; 3) In accordance with the above reductions to Mr. Simpson's awar ds for damages for lost wages and out-of-pocket expenses, Mr. Simpson's total award - as stated in Paragraph 17 of the Conclusion of Law ( 132 at 8) and Paragraph 2 of the Order ( 132 at 8) - is AMENDED and REDUCED from $760.871.68 to $751,241.86; 4) A separate, amended judgment shall be filed concurrently herewith. Signed by Judge William O. Bertelsman on 7/29/2016.(ECO)cc: COR
|August 12, 2014
ORDER: 1) The R & R of the Mag. Judge 56 is adopted as the finding of facts and conclusions of law of the court; 2) Plfs' Motion for Leave to File Amended Complaint 48 is denied; and 3) The Clerk shall submit the file to Mag. Judge Candace J. Smith to take up the current case schedule 55 presently held in abeyance. Signed by Judge William O. Bertelsman on 8/11/2014.(ECO)cc: COR
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