Direct Supply Inc v. Syracuse Assisted Living Phase I LLC

Plaintiff: Direct Supply Inc
Defendant: Syracuse Assisted Living Phase I LLC
Case Number: 2:2018cv00364
Filed: March 8, 2018
Court: Wisconsin Eastern District Court
Office: Milwaukee Office
County: Milwaukee
Presiding Judge: J P Stadtmueller
Nature of Suit: Other Contract
Cause of Action: 28:1332
Jury Demanded By: None

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Date Filed#Document Text
May 4, 2018 10 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER signed by Judge J.P. Stadtmueller on 5/4/2018: GRANTING 7 Plaintiff's Motion for Default Judgment; ORDERING that Defendant pay to Plaintiff the total sum of $122,387.80 together with post-judgment interest as provided by law; and DISMISSING CASE. See Order for further details. (cc: all counsel) (jm)

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Plaintiff: Direct Supply Inc
Represented By: Zach S Whitney
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