Aristilde et al v. Todd Glover Farms, Inc. et al
||Kethlie Aristilde, Aviles Derilus and Mirtha Derilus
||Todd Glover Farms, Inc., John Doe and Pedro Martinez
||October 2, 2014
||North Carolina Eastern District Court
||Western Division Office
||xxU.S. Outside District
||James C. Dever
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|Jury Demanded By:
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|February 12, 2018
DEFAULT JUDGMENT in favor of Aviles Derilus, Kethlie Aristilde against John Doe, Pedro Martinez. Plaintiff Kethlie Aristilde SHALL recover from defendants John Doe and Pedro Martinez, jointly and severally, the sum of $225,000. Plaintiff Kethli e Aristilde also shall recover pre-judgment interest at the legal rate. Post-judgment interest shall accrue at the legal rate until this judgment is paid in full by either or both defendants. Plaintiff Aviles Derilus SHALL recover from defendants Joh n Doe and Pedro Martinez, jointly and severally, the sum of $200,000. Plaintiff Aviles Derilus also shall recover pre-judgment interest at the legal rate. Post-judgment interest shall accrue at the legal rate until this judgment is paid in full by either or both defendants. Signed by Chief Judge James C. Dever III on 2/12/2018. (Briggeman, N.)
|July 14, 2016
ORDER granting 53 Motion for Entry of Default against John Doe. Signed by Julie Richards Johnston, Clerk of Court on 7/13/2016. (Briggeman, N.)
|May 10, 2016
ORDER granting 41 Motion for Entry of Default against Pedro Martinez. Signed by Julie Richards Johnston, Clerk of Court on 5/10/2016. (Briggeman, N.)
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