Balance Point Divorce Funding, LLC v. Scrantom et al
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|March 6, 2015
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER granting 128 Motion for Reconsideration. For the foregoing reasons, Juridica's request to tax costs against Balance Point is GRANTED to the extent that the Court holds that costs of the conversion of native files into T IFF of documents actually produced to a requesting party and costs for uploading responsive documents to FTP may be taxed as "costs of making copies of any materials where the copies are necessarily obtained for use in the case." 28 U.S .C. § 1920(4). Thus, the Clerk is ordered to tax $493.97 in costs in favor of Juridica, in addition to the $690.00 the Clerk previously awarded to Juridica. The $493.97 amount reflects the $335.93 in costs of TIFF conversi on, at a rate of $0.02 per page, for the 16,630 pages of documents Juridica produced to Balance Point, plus a 1.00 percent sales tax; $6.54 for the conversion of 324 documents from PDF to TIFF at a rate of $0.02 per page, plus a 1. 00 percent sales tax; and $151.50 in costs of uploading documents to FTP for production of responsive files to Balance Point, including a 1.00 percent sales tax. Juridica's request for the remaining costs associated with electronic discovery and deposition transcripts is DENIED. (Signed by Judge P. Kevin Castel on 3/6/2015) (spo)
|October 31, 2013
CORRECTION TO MEMORANDUM AND ORDER OF OCTOBER 21, 2013 re: 44 Letter filed by Balance Point Divorce Funding, LLC. The second paragraph on page 2 of the Order of October 21, 2013, starting with "For the reasons stated above" is deleted, a nd, in its place, the following paragraph is inserted: For the reasons stated below, defendants' motions to dismiss are granted with respect to the tortious interference with business relations claim and denied with respect to all other claims. Mr. Scrantom's motion to dismiss under principles of abstention is denied, and his motion to transfer venue is denied without prejudice. The last paragraph beginning on page 21 of the Order starting with "For the reasons stated above" is deleted and, in its place, the following paragraph is inserted: For the reasons stated above, defendants' motions to dismiss are GRANTED with respect to the tortious interference with business relations claim and DENIED with respect to all other claims. Mr. Scrantom's motion to dismiss under principles of abstention is DENIED, and his motion to transfer venue is DENIED without prejudice. SO ORDERED. (Signed by Judge P. Kevin Castel on 10/30/2013) (ja)
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