Nelson v. International Marine, L.L.C. et al
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|April 28, 2014
ORDER & REASONS granting 73 Motion for Entry of Judgment under Rule 54(b); granting 74 Motion for Entry of Judgment under Rule 54(b). Signed by Judge Kurt D. Engelhardt on 4/28/2014. (mmm)
|April 1, 2014
ORDER granting 61 Motion for Summary Judgment; granting 66 Motion for Summary Judgment. Plaintiff's claims against Chevron U.S.A. Inc. and Offshore Cleaning Systems, L.L.C., are hereby dismissed. FURTHER ORDERED that the cross-claims of Chevron U.S.A. Inc. and International Marine, LLC, against Offshore Cleaning Systems, L.L.C., are hereby dismissed. FURTHER ORDERED that the cross-claims of International Marine, LLC, against Chevron U.S.A. Inc. are hereby dismissed. A motion for re consideration of this Order, if any, must be filed within ten (10) days of the date this Order is entered by the Clerk of Court. The motion must be accompanied by opposition memorandum to the original motion. Because a motion for reconsideration woul d not have been necessary had a timely opposition memorandum been filed, the costs incurred in connection with the motion, including attorneys' fees, will be assessed against the party moving for reconsideration. See FED. R. CIV. P. 16, 83. A st atement of costs conforming to Local Rule 54.3 shall be submitted by all parties desiring to be awarded costs and attorneys' fees no later than eight days prior to the hearing on the motion for reconsideration. Signed by Judge Kurt D. Engelhardt on 4/1/2014. (mmm)
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