Jacobson v. INC Research LLC et al
||INC Research LLC, Unum Life Insurance Company of America and INC Research LLC Employee Welfare Benefit Plan
||August 23, 2013
||US District Court for the Western District of Washington
||John C Coughenour
|Nature of Suit:
||Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974
|Cause of Action:
|Jury Demanded By:
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|April 25, 2017
ORDER granting Interested Party Steven Krafchick's unopposed 62 Motion to amend the judgment against Plaintiff Rachel Jacobson. The court amends the Court's previous order, Dkt. No. 47 and enters judgment for Krafchick Law Firm, Inter ested Party, against Plaintiff in the amount of $60,547.03 as net extra-contractual damages still owed from the $86,495.75 previously ordered in Dkt. No. 47 . Nothing in this judgment changes the unaffected requirements set out in Docket Number 47 , except the amount owed Krafchick Law Firm by Plaintiff for the extra-contractual damages set out in that order. Signed by U.S. District Judge John C Coughenour. (PM)
|February 24, 2015
ORDER ENFORCING ATTORNEY LIEN AND FRANTING ATTORNEY'S FEES re Interested Party's 41 Motion for Summary Judgment. The Interested Party is entitled to $65,560.83 of the proceeds currently held in the Court's registry, exclusive of any monthly disability benefits paid subsequent to December 31, 2014, pursuant to the contingency fee agreement between the parties, by U.S. District Judge John C Coughenour.(TM)
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