Dish Network L.L.C. v. Ramirez
ORDER on 10 Plaintiff's Dish Network L.L.C.'s Motion for Default Judgment by Judge R. Brooke Jackson on 7/15/15.(jdyne, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Judge R. Brooke Jackson
Civil Action No 15-cv-01115-RBJ
DISH NETWORK L.L.C., a Colorado limited liability company,
REY RAMIREZ d/b/a My Sky TV, an individual Kansas resident,
ORDER ON PLAINTIFF DISH NETWORK L.L.C.’S MOTION FOR DEFAULT JUDGMENT
After considering the Motion for Default Judgment [ECF No. 10] filed by Plaintiff DISH
Network L.L.C. (“DISH”) against Defendant Rey Ramirez d/b/a My Sky TV (“Ramirez”), the
Entry of Default filed by the Clerk of the Court, and the underlying Application to Confirm
Arbitration Award filed by DISH, the Court hereby GRANTS the Motion for Default Judgment
and renders judgment in favor of DISH against Ramirez pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil
Procedure 55(b) for failure to plead or otherwise defend the above-entitled action.
ITS IS THEREFORE ORDERED that the arbitration award issued by the American
Arbitration Association on June 23, 2014, in favor of DISH against Ramirez (the “Arbitration
Award”), is hereby confirmed pursuant to 9 U.S.C. § 9 which provides that “at any time within
one year after the award is made any party to the arbitration may apply to the court . . . for an
order confirming the award, and thereupon the court must grant such order unless the award is
vacated, modified, or corrected,” as prescribed by the Federal Arbitration Act; and it is further
ORDERED that judgment is awarded in favor of DISH against Ramirez for the sum
amount of $86,180.38—an amount comprised of actual damages, administrative expenses, and
reasonable attorneys’ fees as set forth in the Arbitration Award; and it is further
ORDERED that any other relief not expressly provided herein is DENIED.
DATED this 15th day of July, 2015.
BY THE COURT:
R. Brooke Jackson
United States District Judge
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