Dweck v. Amadi et al
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|July 24, 2012
DECISION AND ORDER: adopting 42 Report and Recommendations. The Report advised that the parties had "fourteen (14) days from receipt of [the] Report to file written objections." (Report at 15.) To date, neither party has filed any object ions. For the reasons set forth below, the Court adopts the Report in its entirety. The Court may adopt those portions of a magistrate judge's report to which no objections have been made and which are not clearly erroneous. For the reasons stat ed herein and therein, the Report [# 42] is adopted in its entirety. The Clerk of the Court is respectfully requested to enter a supplemental judgment in the amount of $11,242.50 in attorneys' fees in favor of Plaintiff. (Signed by Judge Richard M. Berman on 7/24/2012) (ja)
|August 29, 2011
ORDER: For the reasons stated herein and therein, the Court adopts the Report in its entirety. The Clerk of the Court is respectfully requested to enter judgment awarding Plaintiff the amount of $100,000, prejudgment interest calculated from Mar ch 22, 2010 to entry of judgment, costs in the amount of $450, and permanently enjoining Defendants from further infringement of the Image. Plaintiffs request for attorney's fees is denied without prejudice. Any further submission may be made directly to Judge Pitman. The Clerk is further directed to close this case. (Signed by Judge Richard M. Berman on 8/29/2011) (jfe)
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