National Association for Gun Rights v. Motl et al

Filing 53

ORDER The Court hereby GRANTS Plaintiff's request to withdraw their pending fee motions re 52 . Signed by Judge Dana L. Christensen on 1/19/2018. (HEG)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MONTANA HELENA DIVISION NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR GUN RIGHTS, INC., CV 16-23-H-DLC-JTJ (Consolidated with CV 16-33-H-DLC-JTJ) Plaintiff, ORDER vs. JEFF MANGAN, in his official capacity as the Commissioner of Political Practices for the State of Montana; TIMOTHY C. FOX, in his official capacity as Attorney General for the State of Montana; LEO GALLAGHER, in his official capacity as County Attorney for the County of Lewis & Clark, Defendants. Pending before this Court is a motion by Plaintiff National Association For Gun Rights, Inc. (NAGR) for an award of attorney's fees and expenses as well as a similar motion by Plaintiff J.C. Kantorowicz in Kantorowicz v. Motl, No. CV 1633-H-DLC-JTJ, Doc. 28 (D. Mont. Jan. 16, 2018), a case that the Court has consolidated with this matter. NAGR, Mr. Kantorowicz, and Defendants Jeff Mangan and Timothy Fox have agreed that Defendants shall make a lump sum payment of $18,900 to NAGR and Mr. Kantorowicz, which shall constitute -1- payment in full for all fees and costs incurred by NAGR in litigating its First and Third Causes of Action in this matter as well as all fees and costs incurred by Mr. Kantorowicz in litigating Kantorowicz v. Motl. This payment shall not preclude NAGR from seeking additional costs and fees in the event it prevails in its appeal from the Court's dismissal ofNAGR's Second Cause of Action. In light of this agreement, the Court hereby GRANTS Plaintiffs' request to withdraw their pending fee motions. IT IS SO ORDERED. +ii DATED this Jj_ day of January, 2018. Dana L. Christensen, Chief Judge United States District Court -2-

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