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15-3300 - Mackey et al v. Kamke Contracting L.L.C.

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15-3300 - Mackey et al v. Kamke Contracting L.L.C.
March 18, 2016
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ORDER FOR DEFAULT JUDGMENT AND INJUNCTION. 1. Plaintiffs' Motion for Default Judgment and Injunction is GRANTED. 2. Defendant is ORDERED to submit the remittance reports for the Delinquency Period pursuant to the CBA. 3. Defendant must submit the required report to the Plaintiffs' third-party administrator, Zenith Administrators, 2520 Pilot Knob Road, Suite 325, Mendota Heights, MN 55120-1396 within ten (10) days of the date on which it is served with a copy of this Order. 4. There being no just reason for delay, the Court orders entry of judgment on the foregoing injunction pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 54(b). 5. The Court further DECLARES that Defendant is liable to the Plaintiffs for: a. Delinquent contributions and liquidated damages due and owing for the Delinquency Period, pursuant to the CBA; and b. The Plaintiffs' reasonable attorney fees and costs incurred in pursuing delinquent contributions. 6. The Court will determine the amount of contributions, liquidated damages, and attorney fees and costs as follows: a. After receiving the payroll and employment records, the Plaintiffs may file and serve a Motion for Entry of a Money Judgment in the amount the Plaintiffs determine that the Defendant owes for delinqull examine the parties' submissions and issue an order for judgment as the Court deems appropriate. No hearing will be held unless the Court orders otherwise. (Written Opinion) Signed by Judge Donovan W. Frank on 3/18/2106. (BJS)ent contributions and liquidated damages, as well as reasonable attorney fees and costs. b. Defendant may then file and serve a response to the Plaintiffs' Motion within ten (10) days of the date the Plaintiffs Motion is served. c. The Court wi