Desch Fresh Produce Company, LLC v. Empire Fresh Cuts, LLC et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|July 5, 2011
MEMORANDUM-DECISION AND ORDER: GRANTING the # 34 Motion for Default Judgment. Plaintiff is entitled to recover judgment against defendants for $228,606.85, plus costs, plus interest from 9/1/2009. Signed by Chief Judge Norman A. Mordue on 7/5/2011. (mae)
|May 21, 2010
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WITH TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER - the defendants show cause why a preliminary injunction should not be entered to enforce the statutory trust. The defendants serve and file any opposition to the motion for a preliminary injuncti on on or before June 1, 2010. The plaintiff serve and file any reply papers on or before June 4, 2010. That pending further order of the Court, the defendants, their subsidiaries, assigns, agents, officers, directors, members and any person or enti ty having notice of this Order are temporarily restrained and enjoined from dissipating, paying over or assigning any PACA trust assets to any creditor, person or entity. Service of a copy of this Order and a copy of the papers upon which it is gran ted by service upon the defendants, or their attorney who agrees to accept service on their or its behalf, on or before May 24, 2010, by personal delivery or overnight courier shall be deemed sufficient service. Signed by Chief United States District Court Judge Norman A. Mordue on 5/21/10. (mnm)
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