Hamptons Locations, et al v. Rubens, et al

Filing 286

MEMORANDUM AND ORDER; For the reasons set forth herein, plaintiffs' and defendants' motions for attorneys' fees are denied. (Ordered by Judge Denis R. Hurley on 12/2/2013.) (Fagan, Linda)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK -------------------------------X HAMPTONS LOCATIONS, NANCY GRIGOR, INC. and Plaintiffs, MEMORANDUM AND ORDER 01-CV-5477 (DRH) (WOW) -againstRICHARD RUBENS, BARBARA RUBENS, and DARRELL RUBENS, each individually and doing business as HAMPTON LOCATIONS, FILE~ IN CLERK'S 0. ' , U.S. DISTRICT COlJ1-.., ~- Defendants. * -------------------------------X A P P E A R AN C E S: For Plaintiffs: Patricia Weiss, Esq. P.o. Box 751 Sag Harbor Shopping Cove Main Street - Suite 12 Sag Harbor, New York 11963-0019 .. DEC -2 2013 LONG ISLAND OFFiCi: For Defendants: Ronemus & Villensky 112 Madison Avenue New York, New York 10016 By: Michael B. Ronemus, Esq. HURLEY, Senior District Judge The Court has reviewed the respective applications of plaintiffs and defendants for attorneys' fees, as well as the carefully crafted and thorough Report and Recommendation of the United States Magistrate Judge William D. Wall dated February 14, 2011, as well as the objections by the parties to both Judge Wall's analysis and his recommendation that this Court "decline to award attorneys' fees to any party in this action." 2011 Report and Recommendation at 12.) (Feb. 14, Having done so via a "de novo" review, I hereby adopt the rationale and recommendation of Judge Wall as the Order of this Court. F. Supp. 670 (E.D. La. See Blair v. Sealift, 848 1994). For the reasons indicated, plaintiffs' and defendants' motions for attorneys' fees are denied. SO ORDERED. Dated: December 2, 2013 Central Islip, New York ' Dcf~ •4"&'7 ' L {Y~ NIS R. HURLEY, U:S:0J. -2·

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