Bank of New York Mellon v. Glavin, John et al
||Bank of New York Mellon
||John A. Glavin, Gabrielle Glavin, Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., Unifund CCR Partners, Citibank (South Dakota) N.A., United States of America and Wisconsin Co-op River Services
||May 26, 2016
||US District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin
||Barbara B. Crabb
||Stephen L. Crocker
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|October 12, 2016
AMENDED JUDGMENT in favor of Bank of New York Mellon against Gabrielle Glavin, John A. Glavin in the amount of $731.00. Signed by Peter A. Oppeneer, Clerk of Court on 10/12/2016. (jef),(ps)
|September 7, 2016
ORDER granting Plaintiff The Bank of New York Mellon's 4 Motion to Remand to State Court. The clerk of court is directed to transmit the record to the Circuit Court for Juneau County, Wisconsin. Plaintiff's motion for an award of act ual expenses, including attorney fees, is GRANTED. Plaintiff may have until September 14, 2016 in which to file an itemized statement of the actual expenses it has incurred, including attorney fees, in opposing defendants' May 26, 2016 removal of this case to federal court. Defendants may have until September 28, 2016, in which to file their opposition to the amount of fees sought. Plaintiff may have until October 5, 2016 in which to file a reply. Plaintiff's motion for an ord er barring defendants John and Gabrielle Glavin from filing another motion to remove this case from the Circuit Court for Juneau County is DENIED for plaintiff's failure to cite any legal support for such an order. Signed by District Judge Barbara B. Crabb on 9/7/2016. (jef),(ps)
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