Bd. of Trustees, Sheet Metal Workers Local #112 et al v. Statewide Sheet Metal, LLC, et al

Filing 13

JUDGMENT : referring and transferring this action to the NDNY Bankruptcy Court for administration and disposition in conjunction with the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy case of Michael J. Casiuk, individually and as President of Statewide Sheetmetal, LLC (NDNY Bankruptcy case # 05-72866-6-sdg). (Issued by Deputy Clerk Joanne Bleskoski) {Certified copy sent to Bankruptcy Court} (jmb)

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Bd. of Trustees, Sheet Metal Workers Local #112 et al v. Statewide Sheet Metal, LLC, et al Doc. 13 Case 3:05-cv-00497-NAM-DEP Document 13 Filed 01/19/2006 Page 1 of 1 United States District Court Northern District of New York CIVIL JUDGMENT BOARD OF TRUSTEES, SHEET METAL WORKERS LOCAL # 112 PENSION FUND; BOARD OF TRUSTEES, SHEET METAL WORKERS LOCAL # 112 ANNUITY FUND; BOARD OF TRUSTEES, SHEET METAL WORKERS # 112 WELFARE FUND; BOARD OF TRUSTEES, SHEET METAL WORKERS # 112 EDUCATION FUND; BOARD OF TRUSTEES, and LOCAL UNION # 112, SHEET METAL WORKERS INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION Plaintiffs' VS. 3:05-CV-497 (NAM) (DEP) STATEWIDE SHEET METAL, LLC and MICHAEL J. CASIUK Defendants' [X] Decision by Court. This action came to trial or hearing before the Court. The issues have been tried or heard and a decision has been rendered. IT IS ORDERED AND ADJUDGED That this action is hereby referred and transferred to the Northern District of New York Bankruptcy Court for administration and disposition in conjunction with the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy case of Michael J. Casiuk, individually and as President of Statewide Sheetmetal, LLC. (NDNY Bankruptcy case # 05-72866-6-sdg). All of the above pursuant to the Order of the Honorable Norman A. Mordue, dated the 19th day of January, 2006. JANUARY 19, 2006 ______________________________ LAW RE NCE K. BAERMAN _____________________________ DATE CLERK OF COURT s/ _____________________________ JOANNE BLESKOSKI DEPUTY CLERK Dockets.Justia.com

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