Joe Hand Promotions, Inc. v. AIH Alamo Ice House, LLC, et al
||Joe Hand Promotions, Inc.
||AIH Alamo Ice House, LLC, Raymond Fuchs, Jaime Luis Gonzales, Michael Brooks Kieschnick and Charles Robison
||AIH Alamo Ice House, LLC
||Michael Brooks Kieschnick
||August 24, 2016
||US District Court for the Western District of Texas
||San Antonio Office
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||28:1331 Fed. Question
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|October 6, 2017
ORDER the Court awards Plaintiff $49,825.00 ($40,000.00 in total damages and $9,825.00 in attorneys fees). A separate judgment in favor of Plaintiff shall issue in accordance with Rule 58. Plaintiff is awarded costs and shall file a bill of costs in the form required by the Clerk of the Court, and with supporting documentation, within fourteen days of the entry of the Judgment. Signed by Judge Xavier Rodriguez. (rg)
|September 12, 2017
ORDER GRANTING 33 Motion for Summary Judgment; GRANTING 34 Motion for Default Judgment; GRANTING 35 Motion for Summary Judgment. The Court ORDERS that all remaining parties brief the Court on the issue of the awarding of damages by September 26, 2017. Signed by Judge Xavier Rodriguez. (rg)
|December 15, 2016
ORDER GRANTING 13 Motion to Disqualify Counsel. The Court ORDERS Defendant and Cross-Plaintiff AIH Alamo Ice House, LLC to obtain legal counsel and cause them to enter an appearance before submitting any further filings in this matter. Should any of these parties require additional time to obtain counsel, they must notify the court on or before January 17, 2017. Signed by Judge Xavier Rodriguez. (rg)
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