Cooper/T. Smith Stevedoring Company, Inc. et al v. Agribusiness United North America Corporation et al
||Cooper Consolidated, LLC and Cooper/T. Smith Stevedoring Company, Inc.
||Agribusiness United North America Corporation and M/V AEC DILIGENCE
||April 24, 2017
||Louisiana Middle District Court
||Baton Rouge Office
||James J. Brady
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|June 11, 2018
RULING AND ORDER : Plaintiffs timely filed an Affidavit of Attorney's Fees and Costs, requesting $14,772.96. (Doc. 19 at p. 2). The Court awarded $400.00 in costs, but denied Plaintiffs' request for attorney's fees without p rejudice because Plaintiffs failed to adequately detail the specific fees requested. ORDERED that Plaintiffs' request for $1,670.00 in costs is DENIED, and Plaintiffs' request for $13,051.00 in attorney's fees is GRANTED. Signed by Chief Judge Brian A. Jackson on 06/11/2018. (ELW)
|May 16, 2018
ORDER 19 Motion for Attorney Fees is DENIED WITHOUT PREJUDICE. Plaintiffs may refile their request for attorney's fees within 21 days. Plaintiffs must detail the specific fees requested for each attorney, the number of hours each attorney worked, the hourly rate of each attorney, and detailed information about the experience of each attorney. ORDERED that the Court awards $400.00 in costs. Signed by Chief Judge Brian A. Jackson on 05/16/2018. (ELW)
|March 29, 2018
RULING granting 14 Motion for Default Judgment. Judgment shall be entered against Agribusiness United North America Corporation and the MN AEC Diligence. Signed by Chief Judge Brian A. Jackson on 03/28/2018. (ELW)
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