Clifford v. Bryans Construction et al
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|February 1, 2012
JUDGMENT ADOPTING 88 Report and Recommendations; granting 66 Motion to Correct Name of Party; granting 81 Motion for Default Judgment; granting 83 Motion for Default Judgment. The Bryan Co and Bryan Construction are ordered to pay to James Clifford the amount of $12,500, plus legal interest thereon from date of entry of judgment and all court costs associated with this action. Signed by Judge Tom Stagg on 1/31/2012. (crt,Keifer, K)
|September 6, 2011
MEMORANDUM ORDER: Bryan Construction Inc, represented by counsel, filed an answer. Doc. 49. To comply with the notice requirement, Bryan is advised that it must enroll counsel to represent it in this case no later than 9/19/2011. If Bryan does not do so, the court will strike its answer and order the Clerk of Court to enter a default. Signed by Magistrate Judge Mark L Hornsby on 9/6/2011. (crt,Keifer, K)
|June 9, 2011
ORDER denying 40 Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings; adopting Report and Recommendations re 46 Report and Recommendations. Signed by Judge Tom Stagg on 6/8/2011. (crt,Keifer, K)
|January 31, 2011
MEMORANDUM ORDER granting 29 MOTION to Transfer Case filed by L F I Fort Pierce Inc, denying 29 MOTION to Dismiss Pursuant to 28 USCA Section 1406 filed by L F I Fort Pierce Inc. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that this matter be transferred to the Shreveport Division of the Western District of Louisiana. Signed by Judge Tucker L Melancon on 1/28/2011. (crt,Alexander, E)
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