NetBank v. Home Connection Mortgage, Incorporated et al
ORDER Regarding Payment to Mediator. Signed by District Judge Avern Cohn. (JOwe)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN SOUTHERN DIVISION
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION, In its Capacity as Receiver for Netbank, FSB, Plaintiff, -vsHOME CONNECTION MORTGAGE, INC., et al., Defendants. _________________________________________/ ORDER REGARDING PAYMENT TO MEDIATOR On June 26, 2008, the Court entered an order and a supplement as follows: 1. 2. Order Staying Action Pending Settlement Conference and Appointing a Mediator (Dkt. # 81); Protocols For Settlement Conference (Dkt. # 82) (Protocols). Paragraph 8 of the Protocols states: The costs and expenses of the mediator shall be shared by the parties (one-half to be paid by plaintiff, and one-half by the defendants). The allocation to defendants shall be determined by the Court as recommended by the mediator, it being acknowledged that not all of the defendants have the same degree of potential liability or the same financial resources. The mediator has submitted a Report on Settlement Negotiations and recommends payment for his services by the parties as follows: The Valuation Group Manzo Title Colonial Title FDIC $ 2,197.50 $ 1,428.75 $ 2,988.75 $10,485.00 (plus $14.00 in disbursements) Case No. 07-14045 HON. AVERN COHN
The Court is satisfied that the amounts requested are reasonable. Accordingly, the mediator's recommendation is adopted and the mediator shall be paid his services and expenses as noted above. SO ORDERED.
Dated: January 22, 2009
s/Avern Cohn AVERN COHN UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
I hereby certify that a copy of the foregoing document was mailed to the attorneys of record on this date, January 22, 2009, by electronic and/or ordinary mail. s/Julie Owens Case Manager, (313) 234-5160
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