AC Houston Lunber Company Employee Health Plan v. Berg et al
ORDER re 53 Stipulation and Proposed Order, signed by Judge John A. Mendez on 4/18/11, ORDERING that judgment in this action is hereby entered in favor of Defendants Berg Injury Lawyers and William L. Berg. The supersedeas bond posted herein by Defendants shall be, and is, discharged, and the Clerk is hereby directed to release the funds to said Defendants forthwith. CASE CLOSED (cc: Financial Dept) (Kastilahn, A)
1 WILLIAM L. BERG, ESQ., SBN 92095
ROBERT A. DALBY, ESQ., SBN 130823
2 LAW OFFICES OF WILLIAM L. BERG & ASSOCIATES
2440 Santa Clara Avenue
3 Alameda, California 94501
TELEPHONE: (510) 523-3200
4 FACSIMILE: (510) 523-8851
5 Attorney For Defendants
BERG INJURY LAWYERS and WILLIAM L. BERG
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
11 AC HOUSTON LUMBER COMPANY
EMPLOYEE HEALTH PLAN,
BERG INJURY LAWYERS, WILLIAM L.
15 BERG, MARK FREED, and ABC
Case No. 2:08-CV-02374-JAM-GGH
JUDGMENT AND DISCHARGING
GOOD CAUSE APPEARING, and pursuant to the Mandate entered and filed by The United
19 States Court of Appeals For The Ninth Circuit on February 22, 2011, and the stipulation of the
20 parties, judgment in this action is hereby entered in favor of Defendants BERG INJURY LAWYERS
21 and WILLIAM L. BERG. It is further ordered that the supersedeas bond posted herein by Defendants
22 shall be, and is, discharged, and the Clerk of the Court is hereby directed to release the funds to said
23 Defendants forthwith.
ORDER ENTERING JUDGMENT
/s/ John A. Mendez
The Honorable John A. Mendez
United States District Court Judge
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