Medbox Incorporated v. Kaplan et al

Filing 114

CONSENT JUDGMENT. Signed by District Judge Matthew F. Leitman. (HMon)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN SOUTHERN DIVISION NOTIS GLOBAL, INC., f/k/a MEDBOX INCORPORATED, Plaintiff/Counter-Defendant Counter-Defendant v. Case No. 13-14775 (consolidated with Case No. 14-11749) Hon. Matthew F. Leitman DARRYL KAPLAN, CLAUDIO TARTAGLIA and ERIC KOVAN, Defendants/Counter-Plaintiffs MEDVEND HOLDINGS, LLC, Case No. 14-11749 (consolidated with Case No. 13-14775) Plaintiff, v. Hon. Matthew F. Leitman NOTIS GLOBAL, INC., f/k/a MEDBOX INCORPORATED, Defendant. CONSENT JUDGMENT The parties having entered into a Settlement Agreement which provides for the entry of this Consent Judgment in the event of a default of the Settlement Agreement; default having been made in the payments due under the Settlement Agreement; the Plaintiff/Counter-Defendant having agreed under the Settlement 1 Agreement to authorize Defendants/Counter-Plaintiffs’ counsel to reinstate this matter for the sole purpose of entering this Consent Judgment after providing twenty (20) day period to cure the default; the cure period having expired, and the Court being otherwise fully advised in this matter: IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that JUDGMENT is entered in favor of Counter-Plaintiffs Darryl Kaplan, Claudio Tartaglia and Eric Kovan against Defendant Notis Global f/k/a Medbox Incorporated, in the amount of $937,500.00 (minus any settlement payments paid to date in the amount of $0 = $937,500.00). Judgment interest shall accrue on this judgment at the current statutory rates. This judgment does resolve the last pending claim and does close this case. /s/Matthew F. Leitman MATTHEW F. LEITMAN UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE Dated: August 25, 2017 Stipulated as to entry: Notis Global Inc., f/k/a Medbox Incorporated By: Jeffrey Goh Its: President 2

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