Carroll v. Wells Fargo Clearing Services, LLC
||February 17, 2021
||US District Court for the Southern District of New York
||Foley Square Office
|Nature of Suit:
||Other Statutes: Arbitration
|Cause of Action:
||09:0010 Petition to Vacate Arbitration Award
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|February 18, 2021
CLERK'S JUDGMENT re: 24 Memorandum & Opinion. in favor of Wells Fargo Clearing Services, LLC against Kevin Joseph Carroll in the amount of $ 732,673.41. It is hereby ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED: That for the reasons stated in the Court's Opinion and Order dated February 17, 2021, Petitioner Carroll's motion to vacate the award (Doc 4) is DENIED; Respondent Wells Fargo's cross-motion to confirm the award (Doc 15) is GRANTED; final judgment is entered for Respondent Wells Fargo in the amount $715,654.41 plus attorneys' fees and costs in the amount of $17,019. (Signed by Clerk of Court Ruby Krajick on 2/18/2021) (Attachments: # 1 Notice of Right to Appeal) (dt)
|February 17, 2021
OPINION AND ORDER: re: 4 FIRST MOTION to Vacate Arbitration. filed by Kevin Joseph Carroll, 15 CROSS MOTION to Confirm Arbitration and Opposition to Petition to Vacate filed by Wells Fargo Clearing Services, LLC. Petitioner Carroll's mo tion to vacate the award (Doc 4) is DENIED. Respondent Wells Fargo's cross-motion to confirm the award (Doc 15) is GRANTED. The Clerk shall enter final judgment for Respondent Wells Fargo in the amount $715,654.41 plus attorneys' fees and costs in the amount of $17,019. SO ORDERED. (Signed by Judge P. Kevin Castel on 2/17/2021) (ama) Transmission to Orders and Judgments Clerk for processing.
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