Quals et al v. Lunn et al
ORDER granting 30 MOTION TO CORRECT CLERICAL ERRORS. The Order Granting Plaintiff Hybrid Finance, Ltd's Second Motion for Default Judgment 28 filed June 6, 2012, SHALL BE AMENDED as set forth in the attached document. By Judge Robert E. Blackburn on 6/25/12.(mjgsl, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Judge Robert E. Blackburn
Civil Case No. 11-cv-1453-REB-KMT
DERRICK a. QUALS,
HYBRID FINANCE, LIMITED,
an Israeli company,
and F CUBED.ca INVESTMENTS, LIMITED
a Canadian company,
WGC GROUP, INC.
a Nevada company,
GEOFFREY H. LUNN,
and VINCENT CURRY
ORDER GRANTING MOTION TO CORRECT CLERICAL ERRORS
The matter before me is Defendant [sic] Hybrid Finance, Ltd.’s Motion To Correct
Clerical Errors in Order Granting Plaintiff Hybrid Finance Ltd.’s Second Motion for
Default Judgment [#28] [#30]1 filed June 20, 2012. Plaintiff points out limited but critical
clerical errors in my Order granting its motion for default judgment. The motion is well-taken
and will be granted.2
“[#30]” is an example of the convention I use to identify the docket number assigned to a specific
paper by the court’s electronic case filing and management system (CM/ECF). I use this convention
throughout this order.
Plaintiff’s estimable candor in pointing out the court’s error in awarding it $50,000 more than
requested by its motion for default judgment is noted and appreciated.
THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED as follows:
1. That Defendant [sic] Hybrid Finance, Ltd.’s Motion To Correct Clerical Errors
in Order Granting Plaintiff Hybrid Finance Ltd.’s Second Motion for Default Judgment
[#28] [#30] filed June 20, 2012, is GRANTED; and
2. That the Order Granting Plaintiff Hybrid Finance, Ltd’s Second Motion for
Default Judgment [#28] filed June 6, 2012, SHALL BE AMENDED in the following
a. That the final, partial, paragraph on page 2 is AMENDED to read: “Plaintiff
thus seeks to recover the $200,000 it invested in the fraudulent scheme perpetuated by
b. That the first sentence of footnote 4, page 3, is AMENDED to read:
“Although plaintiff requests that pre-judgment interest run from ‘October, 2010,’ the evidence
establishes that the $200,000 was wired to Curry on October 28, 2010";
c. That paragraph 2, page 3, is AMENDED to provide: “That default judgment
SHALL ENTER on behalf of plaintiff, Hybrid Finance Limited, an Israeli company, against
defendants WGC Group Inc., a Nevada corporation, Geoffrey H. Lunn, and Vincent Curry on
plaintiff’s claim for relief for unjust enrichment’; and
d. That paragraph 3, page 3, is AMENDED to provide: “That plaintiff is
AWARDED damages against defendant WGC Group Inc., Geoffrey H. Lunn, and Vincent
Curry, jointly and severally, in the amount of $200,000.”
Dated June 25, 2012, at Denver, Colorado.
BY THE COURT:
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