Bilello v. Petrie

Petitioner: Roxanne Bilello
In Re: In the Matter of the Complaint
Claimant: Charles Petrie
Case Number: 2:2018cv00231
Filed: January 12, 2018
Court: New York Eastern District Court
Office: Central Islip Office
Presiding Judge: Joseph F. Bianco
Referring Judge: A. Kathleen Tomlinson
Nature of Suit: Other Statutory Actions
Cause of Action: 28:1333 Admiralty
Jury Demanded By: None

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January 16, 2018 4 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER: IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the above-described Ad Interim Stipulation for Value, with interest as aforesaid, filed by petitioners for the benefit of any and all claimants as security representing the petitioners' interest in the value of t he vessel as of the date of the marine incident, be and is hereby approved; IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a Notice shall be issued by the Clerk of this Court to all persons, firms, entities or corporations, having any claim or suit against the petition ers with respect to which the Complaint seeks exoneration from or limitation of liability, admonishing them to file their respective claims with the Clerk of this Court, in writing, and to deliver or mail to the attorneys for the petitioners, James E . Mercante, Esq., RUBIN, FIORELLA & FRIEDMAN LLP, 630 Third Avenue, 3rd Floor, New York, New York 10017, a copy thereof, ON OR BEFORE THE 15th DAY OF April 2018, 2018, or be defaulted; and that if any claimant desires to contest either the right to e xoneration from or the right to limitation of liability, such claimant shall file an Answer to the Complaint on or before the aforesaid date, unless the claim has included an Answer to the Complaint, as required by Supplemental. Rule F of the Supplem ental Rules for Admiralty or Maritime Claims and Asset Forfeiture Actions of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and deliver or mail a copy to the attorneys for the petitioners, or be defaulted. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the aforesaid Notice shall be published in a newspaper with a general circulation, once a week for four (4) weeks before the return date of said Notice, as provided by the aforesaid Rule F of the Supplemental Rules for Admiralty or Maritime Claims and Asset Forfeiture Actions of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and copies of said Notice shall be mailed by petitioners in accordance with this Rule to every person known to have any claim against the vessel, or petitioners, or to their attorneys. Ordered by Judge Joseph F. Bianco on 1/16/2018. (Certified copy mail to petitioner's counsel) (Florio, Lisa)

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Petitioner: Roxanne Bilello
Represented By: Kristin Eileen Poling
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