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07-2915 - Jurdine v. City of New York et al


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07-2915 - Jurdine v. City of New York et al
March 12, 2008
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REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION re 13. Objections to R&R due by 3/31/2008 -- For the reasons set forth in the attached document, I respectfully recommend that the court approve the parties' proposed settlement; specifically, I recommend that the court approve the following terms to which the parties have agreed: a payment by the defendants of a total of $10,000 in satisfaction of all of the plaintiff's pending claims, with $70 in costs and $3,310 in fees to be paid out of that amount to the plaintiff's attorney, and the remaining balance of $6,620 to be deposited in an interest-bearing account at Chase Manhattan Bank, located at 20 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn, New York in the name of Duke Jurdine for the sole use and benefit of his son Jerone Jurdine until the latter reaches the age of eighteen years; provided that the funds in the account may be used to pay for necessary medical expenses upon order of the court, and further provided that the bank shall without further court order pay over to Jerone Jurdine all monies held in that account when he reaches the age of eighteen years. I further recommend that the court retain jurisdiction of this action for the purposes of enforcing this infant compromise order and the terms of the underlying settlement, entering this infant compromise order directing the disposition of funds, and hearing and determining applications for the release of funds under this infant compromise order. SEE ATTACHED DOCUMENT. Ordered by Magistrate Judge James Orenstein on March 12, 2008. (Roehm, Scott)
April 8, 2008
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ORDER ADOPTING 18 REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS. The Court hereby adopts Magistrate Judge Orensteins R&R, and will sign and separately file the parties proposed infant compromise order. The Court retains jurisdiction of this action for the purposes articulated in the attached order. The Clerk of the Court is directed to close this case. Ordered by Judge Carol B. Amon on 4/8/08. (Amon, Carol)