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05-237 - Holland v. MGA, Inc. et al


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05-237 - Holland v. MGA, Inc. et al
November 1, 2006
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MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER as follows: (1) the 86 Motion to Strike Reponse is denied as moot; (2) Plaintiff's 87 Motion for Leave to Join Additional Defendants is denied; (3) The 12 and 62 Motions to Dismiss of MGA, UPS 49 Motion to Dimiss, SMS 55 Motion to Dismiss, LFP 30Motion to Dimiss, MHH 19 and 63 Motion to Dismiss, DSI 45 and 61 Motion to Dismiss, and Fraserside 79 Motion to Dismiss are GRANTED. A separate judgment dismissing all claims with prejudice will be entered. Signed by Judge William Keith Watkins on 11/1/2006. (Attachments: # (1) Civil Appeals Checklist)(cb, )
November 1, 2006
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FINAL JUDGMENT that all claims are hereby dismissed with prejudice. Each party is to bear his or its own costs. The Clerk of the Court is directed to ente this document on the civil docket as a final judgmetn pursuant to Rule 58 of the FRCP. . Signed by Judge William Keith Watkins on 11/1/06. (cb, )
December 15, 2017
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ORDER: it is ORDERED as follows: 1) Marla Y. Newman's 112 & 114 motions to vacate the judgment against Malcolm Rance Newman are DENIED; 2) Dft LFP, Inc.'s 115 motion to revive the judgment is DENIED IN PART as to the judgment against Barbara Holland. As to the judgment against Malcolm Rance Newman, the court will reserve ruling on the motion until 1/5/2018, to allow Dft LFP, Inc., an opportunity to perfect service in accordance with the applicable rules of procedure; 3) On or before 1/5/2018, Dft LFP, Inc., shall file either (1) proof of proper service on Malcolm Rance Newman of the 115 motion to revive the judgment, or (2) a notice briefly describing its unsuccessful service attempts and stating whether it wishes to proceed with the motion to revive judgment as to Malcolm Rance Newman; 4) On or before 1/5/2018, Barbara Holland or any Dft may file a well-supported motion for all attorneys' fees and costs incurred as a result of this case, except for the costs and attorneys' fees incurred in litigating appeals, as further set out in order; 5) Malcolm Rance Newman may respond to any motion for attorney's fees not later than 14 days after being served with that motion; 6) On or before 12/22/2017, Barbara Holland shall (1) file and serve a proposed order granting her motion for relief from judgment; and (2) submit a copy of the proposed order, in Microsoft Word11 or Wordperfect format, to the following email address: [email protected]; DIRECTING the Clerk to serve a copy of this order on the following persons, as further set out in order; Copies mailed by CMRRR as directed. Signed by Chief Judge William Keith Watkins on 12/15/2017. (alm, )
January 4, 2018
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as void to the extent that the Order enters judgment against Barbara Holland and/or "Barbara Holland d/b/a Choice Video" and in favor of LFP, Inc., in the amount of $1,917.03, in favor of Movie Gallery US, LLC, in the amount of $MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER: it is ORDERED as follows: 1) Barbara Holland's 117 motion for relief from judgment is GRANTED; 2) The 109 Order is VACATED IN PART on grounds that it is VOID IN PART. Specifically, the 109 Order is vacated5,614.00, and in favor of Mile High Media, Inc., in the amount of $2,337.00; 3) The 109 judgment remains valid and shall continue in force solely against Malcolm Rance Newman ("Malcolm R. Newman, Esq."), as further set out in order; 4) As to Barbara Holland and/or "Barbara Holland d/b/a Choice Video", Dfts shall make no further attempts to execute on the judgment, as further set out in order; 5) Barbara Holland may request the Clerk of the Court to issue an Amended Certificate of Judgment reflecting that the 109 judgment (1) has been vacated in part and is void as to Barbara Holland and/or "Barbara Holland d/b/a Choice Video", (2) that neither Barbara Holland nor "Barbara Holland d/b/a Choice Video" is liable to any Dft, including Dfts LFP, Inc., Movie Gallery US, LLC, Mile High Media, Inc., for any amount with respect to the judgment in this case, and (3) that the 109 judgment continues and remains valid solely against Malcolm Rance Newman ("Malcolm R. Newman, Esq.") and in favor of LFP, Inc., in the amount of $1,917.03, in favor of Movie Gallery US, LLC, in the amount of $5,614.00, and in favor of Mile High Media, Inc., in the amount of $2,337.00; 6) DIRECTING the Clerk to serve a copy of this order on the following persons at the following addresses by certified mail, return receipt requested, as further set out in order; Copies mailed by CMRRR as directed. Signed by Chief Judge William Keith Watkins on 1/3/2018. (alm, )