Nielson et al v. Eagle Tugs, LLC et al
Order, DEFAULT is entered against Dfts Eagle Tugs, LLC, Chaisson Tugs, LLC, in personam, the M/V MR. LESTER, & the M/V CARL T., in rem., for failure to comply w/this court's order & defend this action as set out. Plfs & Intervenor Plf Wells are to file motions for default judgment on or before 10/19/2011 as set out. Signed by Judge Callie V. S. Granade on 10/5/2011. (tot)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
DERRIN NIELSON, SAMUEL
GRISWOLD, CHAD DUET, and
CHRISTOPHER J. WELLS,
EAGLE TUGS, LLC, a corporation;
the M/V MR. LESTER, its hull,
engines and appurtenances, in rem, )
CHAISSON TUGS, LLC, a
corporation; and the MV CARL T,
its hull, engines and appurtances,
Civil Action No. 10-0074-CG-C
The defendants having failed to respond to this court’s order dated August 1,
2011 (Doc. 56), and upon consideration of the alternatives that are available to the
court, DEFAULT is hereby entered against defendants Eagle Tugs, LLC, Chaisson
Tugs, LLC, in personam, the M/V MR. LESTER, and the M/V CARL T, in rem, for
failure to comply with this court’s order and to defend this action.1
court notes that former defense counsel provided two addresses for the defendants: P.O.
Box 1228, Theodore, Alabama 36590 (Doc. 55) and 0 Powell Road, Eight Mile, Alabama 36613 (Doc.
57), and that the clerk’s attempts to serve copies of the order on the defendants at both addresses via
certified mail and via first class mail at the Eight Mile address were unsuccessful (Docs. 58,59,60).
On or before October 19, 2011, the plaintiffs and intervenor plaintiff,
Christopher J. Wells, are ORDERED to file motions for default judgment, along
with any supporting evidence or affidavits sufficient for the court to determine the
amount and character of damages.2
If counsel intend to include attorneys’ fees in the default judgment, said
counsel shall file a detailed affidavit in support of any fees claimed.
DONE and ORDERED this 5th day of October, 2011.
/s/ Callie V. S. Granade
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
The court further notes that the copy of the order mailed to the defendants’ address at P.O. Box 1228,
Theodore, Alabama via first class mail has not been return undeliverable.
are directed to e-mail a Word version of the proposed order to chambers at firstname.lastname@example.org in compliance with Section II(E)(4) of the Administrative Procedure for
Filing, Signing, and Verifying Documents by Electronic Means. This e-mail address is not to be
utilized to communicate with the court unless otherwise permitted or when communications are
solicited by the court.
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