The Mineo Corporation et al v. Rowe et al

Filing 141

**DISREGARD ENTRY - CONTAINS INCORRECT DATE** JUDGMENT on Attorney Fees in favor of The Mineo Corporation, The Mineo Corporation Employee Welfare Benefit Plan, Beverly Mineo and Francesco Mineo against 419 Trust Administrators, Inc., Niche Marketing, Inc., Niche Plan Sponsors, Inc., Judi Carsrud and Philip Rowe in the amount of $92,728.43. Signed by Dennis P. Iavarone, Clerk of Court on 9/8/2011. (Heath, D.) Modified on 9/8/2011 to add disregard language.(Heath, D.).

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA NORTHERN DIVISION THE MINEO CORPORATION, THE MINEO CORPORATION EMPLOYEE WELFARE BENEFIT PLAN, FRANCESCO MINEO and BEVERLY MINEO, Plaintiffs, v. PHILIP D. ROWE, JUDI CARSRUD, NICHE MARKETING, INC., NICHE PLAN SPONSORS, INC. and 419 TRUST ADMINISTRATORS, INC., Defendants. ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) JUDGMENT No. 2:07-CV-57-H Decision by Court. This case came before the Honorable Malcolm J. Howard, Senior United States District Judge for consideration of plaintiffs’ motion for an award of attorneys’ fees. IT IS ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED judgment is entered in favor of plaintiffs and against the Niche defendants in the amount of $92,728.43 as an award of attorneys’ fees. This Judgment Filed and Entered on September 8, 2011 with service on: J. Bryan Plumlee ( via cm/ecf Notice of Electronic Filing) David B. Oakley (via cm/ecf Notice of Electronic Filing) John I. Mabe, Jr. (via cm/ecf Notice of Electronic Filing) James R. Holland (via cm/ecf Notice of Electronic Filing) David E. Fox (via cm/ecf Notice of Electronic Filing) Douglas E. Whitney ( via cm/ecf Notice of Electronic Filing) Michael J. Byrne (via cm/ecf Notice of Electronic Filing) Date: 9/1/2011 DENNIS P. IAVARONE, CLERK /s/ Delsia Heath (By): Delsia Heath, Deputy Clerk

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