Jim Billado Roofing, LLC v. Custom Copper and Slate, Ltd.
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|May 10, 2010
RULING ON PLAINTIFF'S 92 MOTION FOR THE AWARD OF COSTS, EXPENSES, ATTORNEY'S FEES AND PREJUDGMENT INTEREST, AND DEFENDANT'S 97 MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION OF TIME TO FILE APPEAL. Defendant's 97 Motion to Reconsider is DENIED. Plaintiff's 92 Motion for Costs, Fees, and Interest is: (1) GRANTED to the extent it asks for costs, with the precise amounts to be determined by the Clerk; (2) GRANTED as modified with respect to attorney's fees and expenses, entitling Plaintiff to $25,960.50 in attorney's fees, $1,516.94 in expenses; and (3) DENIED with respect to prejudgment interest. Defendant's 99 Notice of Appeal filed February 9, 2010 will become effective upon the filing of this Ruling. Signed by Judge J. Garvan Murtha on 5/10/2010. (kak)
|January 14, 2010
RULING: 93 Motion to Enlarge time for filing an appeal is DENIED. 93 Motion for extension of time to file opposition to 92 MOTION for Attorney Fees, Costs, Expenses and Prejudgment Interest is GRANTED. Signed by Judge J. Garvan Murtha on 1/14/2010. (kak)
|October 26, 2009
ORDER: Defendant's 76 Motion for a new trial on the issue of liability is DENIED. Defendant's 77 Alternative motion to amend or alter the judgment by remittitur is GRANTED. Plaintiff shall inform the Court in writing, on or before November 16, 2009, whether it will accept the remittitur to a new amount of $61,520.82, or proceed to a new trial on the issue of damages. Signed by Judge J. Garvan Murtha on 10/26/2009. (kak)
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