St. Paul Guardian Insurance Company v. Cordova Constructors MS, LLC et al
ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS. CASE DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. Signed by Senior Judge Glen H. Davidson on 5/7/15. (rel) (Main Document 46 replaced on 5/7/2015) (rel).
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI
ST. PAUL GUARDIAN INSURANCE COMPANY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 1:12-cv-00056-GHD-DAS
CORDOVA CONSTRUCTORS MS, LLC;
CORDOVA CONSTRUCTORS, INC.;
LARRY PATTERSON; and LYNN PATTERSON
ORDER APPROVING AND ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION
On consideration of the file and records in this action, the Court finds that the Report and
Recommendation  of the United States Magistrate Judge dated April 17, 2015 was on that
date duly served upon Plaintiffs counsel and counsel of record for Defendants; that more than
fourteen days have elapsed since service of said Report and Recommendation; and that no
objection thereto has been filed or served by any party. The Court is of the opinion that the
Report and Recommendation should be approved and adopted as the opinion of the Court.
It is therefore ORDERED that:
1) the Report and Recommendation  of the United States Magistrate Judge dated
April 17, 2015 is hereby approved and adopted as the opinion ofthe Court;
2) Plaintiff s second motion to enforce the settlement agreement  is GRANTED;
3) Defendants are required to execute the settlement documents attached to the Report
and Recommendation  as Addenda 2;
4) Plaintiff shall be awarded its attorney's fees and other expenses incurred in the filing
and prosecution of both motions to enforce the settlement agreement [31 & 41];
5) Plaintiff s first motion to enforce the settlement agreement  is MOOT; and
6) The case is DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE.
It is SO ORDERED, this, the
d.y ofM.y, 2015.
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SENIOR U.S. DISTRICT JUDGE
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