The Prudential Insurance Company of America v. KKMB, LLC et al

Filing 42

JUDGMENT by Judge George H. Wu, in favor of plaintiff The Prudential Insurance Company of America against defendant Nadia Shoubash Kort in the principal amount of $0.00, interest in the amount of $0.00, attorneys fees of $9,705.00, co sts of $765.90 for a total judgment of $10,470.90. The $10,470.90 to which Prudential is entitled shall be distributed by the Clerk of the Court by check made payable to 'd'Arcambal Ousley & Cuyler Burk. (SEE DOCUMENT FOR FURTHER DETAILS). (MD JS-6, Case Terminated). (mrgo)

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JS-6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 John E. Walker, SBN: 166270 E-Mail: jwalker@sacrowalker.com Jennifer Yu Sacro, SBN: 208988 E-Mail: jsacro@sacrowalker.com SACRO & WALKER LLP 700 North Brand Boulevard, Suite 610 Glendale, California 91203 Tel.: (818) 721-9597; Fax: (818) 721-9670 Attorneys for Defendant THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA, WESTERN DIVISION ) Case No. CV 20-210-GW-JPRx ) ) JUDGMENT ) Plaintiff, ) ) v. ) ) KKMB, LLC., WEST BANK and ) NADIA SHOUBASH KORT, individually and as the Representative ) ) of the ESTATE OF NOURA ) SHOUBASH, ) ) Defendants. ) ) THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA, 23 24 25 26 27 28 1 [PROPOSED] JUDGMENT 1 The Court, having granted summary judgment on the disputed interpleader 2 claims to Defendants KKMB, LLC (“KKMB”) and West Bank and having granted 3 Plaintiff The Prudential Insurance Company of America’s (“Prudential”) Motion for 4 Discharge and for Reasonable Attorney’s Fees, and good cause appearing therefore, 5 it is hereby ordered, adjudged and decreed as follows: 6 1. Defendant KKMB is the sole owner and beneficiary of Prudential 7 insurance policy #V2023959 (the “Policy”). Defendant West Bank, as KKMB’s 8 assignee, is entitled to receive the remaining interpleaded funds on deposit with the 9 Court Clerk less Prudential’s reasonable attorney’s fees and costs, as set forth in 10 11 paragraph two (2) below. 2. Prudential is entitled to an award of reasonable attorney’s fees totaling 12 $9,705 and $765.90 in costs, for a grand total of $10,470.90. The $10,470.90 to 13 which Prudential is entitled shall be distributed by the Clerk of the Court by check 14 made payable to ‘d’Arcambal Ousley & Cuyler Burk.” 15 3. After distributing Prudential’s $10,470.90 in reasonable attorney’s fees 16 and costs, the Court Clerk shall distribute the balance on deposit with the Court 17 Clerk by Check or Wire Transfer to West Bank by such method and to such payee 18 as West Bank may request. 19 4. Judgment is entered against Defendant Nadia Shoubash Kort (“Kort”), 20 individually and as the representative of the Estate of Noura Shoubash Kort, on 21 Prudential’s interpleader complaint. 22 5. Defendant Kort is ordered to pay Defendant West Bank (as KKMB’s 23 assignee), $10,470.90 comprising reimbursement to Defendant West Bank for the 24 reasonable attorney’s fees and costs being distributed to Prudential from the 25 remaining interpleaded funds on deposit with the Court Clerk. Accordingly, 26 Defendant West Bank is entitled to a judgment against Defendant Kort in the 27 amount of $10,470.90. 28 2 [PROPOSED] JUDGMENT 1 6. Prudential is hereby discharged and dismissed from this action with 2 prejudice. The Court hereby enjoins each Defendant in this case, and any person 3 claiming by, through or under them, from instituting or prosecuting any suit or 4 proceeding or any action or actions in any State court or Federal court against 5 Prudential, or any of its agents, on account of or relating to the Policy death benefits. 6 7 7. This order shall be deemed a final judgment in accordance with Fed. R. Civ. P. 54(b), there being no just reason for delay. 8 9 10 11 Dated: November 17, 2020 ____________________________ Honorable George H. Wu United States District Judge 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 3 [PROPOSED] JUDGMENT

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