The Dash Group LLC v. JP Morgan Chase et al
ORDER denying as moot 29 Motion to Intervene. This enforcement action relates to the efforts of respondent Edwyna W Brooks D/B/A EW Brooks LLC ("Brooks") to collect on her $300,000 judgment (the "Judgment") awarded agains t Damon Dash ("Dash") and Poppington LLC ("Poppington") in a related trademark and copyright infringement action before this Court. See Brooks v. Dash, 19-cv-1944 (the "Underlying Action"). Earlier today, the Court so-or dered a stipulation submitted alongside a supersedeas bond in the Underlying Action. See 19-cv-1944, Dkt. No. 112 (the "Supersedeas Bond"); Dkt. No. 113 (the "Stipulation"). Pursuant to the Stipulation, Brooks must "immediate ly vacate" all "restraining notices or levies" served in connection with the Judgment and "discontinue any pending claims to enforce her Judgment." Stipulation at 2-3. The Stipulation plainly requires Brooks to vacate the res training notices at issue in this action and to discontinue her counterclaims in this action. Therefore, the motion to intervene of Dash and Poppington is hereby denied as moot. The Clerk of Court is directed to close the entry at docket number 29. SO ORDERED. (Signed by Judge Jed S. Rakoff on 2/17/2021) (va)
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