Ronaldo Designer Jewelry, Inc. v. Prinzo
ORDER granting 91 Motion for Summary Judgment; granting 99 Motion for Default Judgment; the parties are to contact the Court to schedule a hearing date to determine damages. Signed by Honorable David C. Bramlette, III on 5/10/2017 (ECW)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI
RONALDO DESIGNER JEWELRY, INC.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 5:14-cv-73(DCB)(MTP)
This cause is before the Court on the plaintiff Ronaldo
Designer Jewelry, Inc. (“Ronaldo”)’s Motion for Summary Judgment
(docket entry 91) and Motion for Default Judgment (docket entry
99). The defendant Phillip Prinzo (“Prinzo”) has failed to respond
to the motions within 14 days as required by Rule 7(b)(4) of the
Local Uniform Civil Rules of this Court. Prinzo has also failed to
respond to this Court’s Order of December 20, 2016 (docket entry
93) requiring him to fully comply with a previous Order of July 26,
2016 (docket entry 71)(this includes producing his pre-discovery
interrogatories and requests for production); requiring him to
comply with the a previous Order of August 26, 2016 (docket entry
74)(this includes paying to Ronaldo, through counsel, the sum of
$1,447.31 in sanctions, and producing the records identified in
Exhibit A to the Amended Notice to Take Deposition (docket entry
46-1)); and requiring him to appear at a continuation of his
Prinzo has failed to comply with any of the Court’s
Orders, despite being warned that failure to fully and timely
comply with the Court’s Orders would result in a default judgment
and a hearing to determine damages.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the plaintiff Ronaldo’s Motion for
Summary Judgment (docket entry 91) and Motion for Default Judgment
(docket entry 99) are GRANTED;
FURTHER ORDERED that Prinzo shall appear at a damages hearing
and produce the records identified in Exhibit A to the Amended
Notice to Take Deposition (docket entry 46-1).
If Prinzo fails to
appear at the damages hearing or fails to produce the records
identified in said Exhibit A, he shall be held in contempt of court
until such time as he purges himself of contempt, and may be
required to pay fines and/or sanctions.
FURTHER ORDERED that upon receipt of this Order, the parties
are to contact the Court to schedule a hearing date.
SO ORDERED, this the 10th day of May, 2017.
/s/ David Bramlette
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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