Sundby v. Marquee Funding Group, Inc. et al
ORDER Denying 302 as Moot Motion to Appear Telephonically. Signed by Judge Gonzalo P. Curiel on 11/18/21. (dlg)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
Dale Sundby, Trustee,
CASE NO. 3:19-cv-00390-GPC-AHG
[Assigned to the Honorable Gonzalo P.
Curiel, Courtroom 2D]
Marquee Funding Group, Inc.; Salomon
Benzimra, Trustee; Stanley Kesselman,
Trustee; Jeffrey Myers; Kathleen Myers;
Andres Salsido Trustee; Benning
Management Group 401(K) Profit Sharing
Plan; Christopher Myers; Vickie McCarty;
Delores Thompson; Kimberly Gill
Rabinoff; Steven M. Cobin, Trustee;
Susan L. Cobin, Trustee; Equity Trust
Company, Custodian FBO Steven M.
Cobin Traditional IRA: Todd B. Cobin,
Trustee; Barbara A. Corbin, Trustee;
Fasack Investments LLC; and Does 1-X,
ORDER DENYING AS MOOT
MOTION TO APPEAR
-1ORDER GRANTING MOTION TO APPEAR TELEPHONICALLY
Defendants Salomon Benzimra, Trustee, Stanley Kesselman, Trustee, Jeffrey
Myers, Kathleen Myers, Andres Salsido Trustee, Benning Management Group 401(k)
Profit Sharing Plan, Christopher Myers, Vickie McCarty, Delores Thompson, Kimberly
Gill Rabinoff, Steven M. Cobin, Trustee, Susan L. Cobin, Trustee, Equity Trust
Company, Custodian FBO Steven M. Cobin Traditional IRA, Todd B. Cobin, Trustee,
Barbara A. Corbin, Trustee, Fasack Investments LLC’s (collectively, “Investor
Defendants”) Motion to Appear Telephonically at the hearing on plaintiff Dale Sundby,
Trustee’s Motion for Post-Judgment TILA Damages under Rule 60(b) of the Federal
Rule of Civil Procedure, set for hearing on November 19, 2021, at 1:30 p.m., in
Courtroom 2D (the “Motion to Amend Judgment”), was submitted to the Court.
In light of the Court’s Order disposing of the Motion to Amend Judgment and
vacating the hearing previously set for November 19, 2021, Investor Defendant’s
Motion to Appear Telephonically is DENIED AS MOOT.
Dated: November 18, 2021
-2ORDER GRANTING MOTION TO APPEAR TELEPHONICALLY
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