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05-3202 - Williams v. Bernard et al


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05-3202 - Williams v. Bernard et al
December 19, 2005
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STANDARD REFERRAL ORDER: Ordered by Judge Frederic Block on 12/16/05. (Williams-Jackson, Sandy)
December 19, 2005
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DEFAULT JUDGMENT: That the motion be and the same is hereby granted in all respects. It is further ORDERED that this is referred to MJ Pollak to hold a inquest or hearing to determine damages and counsel fees and then prepare a report and recommendation.. Ordered by Judge Frederic Block on 12/16/05. (Williams-Jackson, Sandy)
August 3, 2007
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REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION re 16 MOTION to Vacate 7 Default Judgment. The Court respectfully recommends that defendants motion to vacate the default be GRANTED. Objections to R&R due by 8/17/2007. Ordered by Judge Cheryl L. Pollak on 8/2/07. (Caggiano, Diana)
August 23, 2007
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MEMORANDUM AND ORDER: As no error appears on the face of the Magistrate Judge Pollack's 20 Report and Recommendation, the Court adopts it without de novo review. The Clerk is directed to vacate the 7 default judgment and reopen the case. So Ordered. (Ordered by Judge Frederic Block, on 8/22/2007) C/M by Chambers. Motion 16 terminated. (Latka-Mucha, Wieslawa)
December 24, 2008
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ORDER re discovery disputes. The Court hereby ORDERS that defendants submit a subpoena to the Court proposing a date for the depositions of Mr. and Mrs. Williams. If Mr. and Mrs. Williams do not appear for the depositions on the date proposed in the subpoena, and plaintiff's counsel does not inform the Court that Mr. and Mrs. Williams cannot be deposed on that date, plaintiff will be ORDERED to pay for the costs of the deposition, as well as the Bernards' travel expenses. Further, the Court hereby ORDERS that defendants submit to the Court the interrogatories that they sent to the plaintiff. The Court will review the questions and make a determination at that time as to whether plaintiff's responses were proper. So Ordered by Magistrate Judge Cheryl L. Pollak on 12/24/08. (Cooper, David)