Cunningham v. Culliver et al
Order granting 318 MOTION Pro Bono Counsel's Motion for Reimbursement from the Special Attorney Admission Fund for Costs Incurred by Charles W. Cunningham, Jr.. The Clerk of Court is hereby authorized to reimburse the law firm of Hand Arendall using funds from the Special Attorney Admissions Fund in the amount of $3,510.51 for costs and expenses. Signed by Chief Judge William H. Steele on 9/20/2013. copy emailed to parties, CRDs, and FINANCE. (sdb)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
CHARLES W. CUNNINGHAM, JR.,
GRANTT CULLIVER, et al.,
CIVIL ACTION 10-00114-CG-C
This cause is before the Court on Pro Bono Counsel’s Motion for Reimbursement From
the Special Attorney Admission Fund For Costs Incurred (Doc. 318).
By Order dated April 11, 2012 (Doc. 252), Judge Granade granted Plaintiff’s Motion to
Appoint Counsel (Docs. 235 & 249), and appointed attorneys Luckett Robinson and Katie
Hassell of the Hand Arendall Law Firm to represent Plaintiff. Judge Granade’s order (Doc. 252)
provided that the Court would reimburse these attorneys for reasonable costs and expenses using
funds from the Special Attorney Admission Fund.
Work in this action is now complete and the attorneys have submitted a motion for
payment of expenses and costs together with supporting documentation. The motion and the
supporting documentation have been reviewed by Judge Granade and the undersigned, and based
on that review, it is the opinion of this Court that the costs and expenses requested are
Accordingly, counsel’s Motion for Reimbursement (Doc. 318) is GRANTED. The Clerk
of Court is hereby authorized to reimburse the law firm of Hand Arendall using funds from the
Special Attorney Admissions Fund in the amount of $3,510.51 for costs and expenses.
DONE and ORDERED this the 20th day of September, 2013.
s/WILLIAM H. STEELE
CHIEF UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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