Campbell v. Reliance Health Care Inc et al
ORDER concluding that the Court lacks subject matter jurisdiction over Crow's claims, except to enter Judgment and resolve any dispute about a reasonable attorney's fee and costs. The Court will enter Judgment for $313.76 of damages in due course. Crow-related fees and costs should be addressed in the stipulation or motion due by 31 March 2014. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 3/12/2014. (jak)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
CARROLYN CAMPBELL; AMANDA
HODGES; CRYSTAL WALTERS;
HEATHER CROW; and TABITHA RILEY,
all individually and on behalf of others
NORTHWEST HEALTH & REHAB,
INC. dfb/a North Hills Life Care &
Rehab; OCNC, INC. dfb/a Silver Oaks
Heath & Rehabilitation; SCNC, INC.
dfb/a Spring Creek Health & Rehab;
and JBNC, INC., dfb/a Ridgcrest Health
The Court appreciates the Plaintiffs' notice about Crow' s unaccepted
offer of judgment. N2 193. For the reasons previously explained, Ng 187 at
2-4, the Court concludes that it lacks subject matter jurisdiction over Crow' s
claims, except to enter judgment and resolve any dispute about a reasonable
attorney's fee and costs. The Court will enter judgment for $313.76 of
damages in due course. Crow-related fees and costs should be addressed in
the stipulation or motion due by 31 March 2014.
D.P. Marshall Jr.
United States District Judge
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