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17-504 - BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE INDIANA LABORERS WELFARE FUND v. PHYSICIANS MEDICAL ASSOCIATES, LLC


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17-504 - BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE INDIANA LABORERS WELFARE FUND v. PHYSICIANS MEDICAL ASSOCIATES, LLC
April 30, 2018
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ORDER granting 10 Motion for Default Judgment as to Physicians Medical Associates, LLC - The Court enters DEFAULT JUDGMENT pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 55(b) in favor of the Fund and against Physicians Medical Associates, LLC in the amount of $7,462.21 in overpaid benefits. To the extent that the Fund seek attorneys' fees and costs in connection with this action, it must file a fee application by May 25, 2018 with supporting documentation. Once the issue of attorneys' fees and costs is resolved, or if no fee application is filed by that date, final judgment will issue accordingly. SEE ORDER. Signed by Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson on 4/30/2018. (JRB)
June 1, 2018
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ORDER - As Defendant has entered no objection, the Court GRANTS the motion, 12, and awards Plaintiff reasonable attorneys' fees in the amount of $1,065.00. Final judgment shall enter accordingly. (SEE FOOTNOTE IN ORDER). Copy sent to party listed via US Mail. Signed by Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson on 6/1/2018. (JRB) Modified on 6/1/2018 (JRB).
June 1, 2018
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7.21. Copy sent to party listed via US Mail. Signed by Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson on 6/1/2018.(JRB)FINAL JUDGMENT PURSUANT TO FED. R. CIV. PRO. 58 - Having entered default judgment in favor of Plaintiff Board of Trustees of the Indiana Laborers Welfare Fund and against Defendant Physicians Medical Associates, LLC pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 55(b), the Court now enters FINAL JUDGMENT pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 58 in favor of Plaintiff in the amount of $7,462.21 in overpaid benefits and $1,065 in attorneys' fees, for a total judgment of $8,52