Oliver et al v. M/V Barbary Coast et al

Filing 149

Order re: 148 Proposed Consent Decree filed by John Gobert, granting the parties request that judgment be entered in favor of Plaintiff-Intervener John Gobert, in the amount of $28,000.00, for his Seamans Wages claim against the M/V BARBARY COAST.. Signed by Judge Kristi K. DuBose on 11/16/2011. (cmj)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA SOUTHERN DIVISION MARC E. OLIVER, d/b/a GULF COAST : ENVIRONMENTAL AND RECOVERY, And T.M. JEMISON CONSTRUCTION : CO. INC. d/b/a JEMISON MARINE, INC., Plaintiffs, : CA 11-0223-KD-C MIDSOUTH BANK, N.A., Plaintiff/Counter-Defendant : IN ADMIRALTY In Personam and In Rem vs. : M/V BARBARY COAST, her engines, tackle, furniture, and appurtenances, etc., : In Rem, and RODD CAIRNS, an individual, and ATCHAFALAYA MARINE,: LLC, In personam, Defendants/Counter-Plaintiffs/ Third-Party Plaintiffs, : vs. : EAGLE RIVER TOWING, L.L.C., p/k/a/or a/k/a EAGLE INLAND TOWING, : NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PITTSBURGH, PA, : LOUISIANA LIMESTONE & LOGISTICS, L.L.C., and CURTIS BUFORD, Third-Party Defendants. : ORDER This matter is before the Court on the parties Proposed Consent Judgment (Doc. 148), requesting that the Court enter judgment in favor of Plaintiff-Intervener John Gobert in the amount of $28,000.00 and that the Clerk of Court immediately distribute said sum to the trust fund of counsel for Gobert from the proceeds of the sale of the M/V 1 BARBARY COAST, for Gobert’s Seaman’s Wages. Based on the foregoing, it is ORDERED that the parties’ request is GRANTED and that judgment is entered in favor of Plaintiff-Intervener John Gobert, in the amount of $28,000.00, for his Seaman’s Wages claim against the M/V BARBARY COAST. A separate Consent Judgment shall issue in conjunction with this Order. DONE and ORDERED this the 16th day of November 2011. /s/ Kristi K. DuBose KRISTI K. DuBOSE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE 2

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