Nishimoto v. County of San Diego et al
ORDER on 170 Plaintiff's Motion to Retax Costs. Plaintiffs motion is GRANTED as to her alternative request for a stay and DENIED without prejudice to her re-filing her motion to re-tax costs after the appeal has concluded.Signed by Judge Roger T. Benitez on 1/30/2020. (mme)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
Case No.: 3:16-cv-1974-BEN-LL
COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO, et al.,
ORDER ON PLAINTIFF'S MOTION
TO RETAX COSTS
Plaintiff Nishimoto moves this Court to re-tax and reduce to zero the clerk's order
taxing costs of$21,065.09 for Defendant CPMG and $21,756.26 for Defendant Brantman.
Doc. 170. In the alternative, Plaintiff moves the Court to stay the execution of those costs
until Plaintiffs appeal is decided. Because this matter is currently on appeal before the
Ninth Circuit, the Court finds a stay in the execution of costs is warranted. Accordingly,
Plaintiffs motion is GRANTED as to her alternative request for a stay and DENIED
without prejudice to her re-filing her motion to re-tax costs after the appeal has concluded.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
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