United States of America v. Country Layne Day Treatment, LLC et al

Filing 46

ORDER granting 45 Motion to Award Relator Share By The United States to Relator Lewis Christopher Salome - Signed by Chief Judge James C. Dever III on 11/16/2014. (Tripp, S.)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA SOUTHERN DIVISION No. 7:08-CV-152-D UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ex rel. - - - LEWIS CHRISTOPHER SALOME, Plaintiff, v. COUNTRY LAYNE DAY TREATMENT, LLC, COUNTRY LAYNE, LLC, ANDETRA MICHELLE SAMPSON, and R. LYNN SAMPSON, ORDER TO AWARD RELATOR SHARE BY THE UNITED STATES TO RELATOR LEWIS CHRISTOPHER SALOME Defendants. For good cause being shown upon the Motion to Award Relator Share to Relator Lewis Christopher Salome filed by the United States and the record before the Court, it is hereby ORDERED that the Relator is entitled to fifteen percent of the net proceeds recovered from defendants in this civil qui tam action and the related forfeiture actions, United States v. Andetra Sampson and United States v. Sampson Personal Property, Case Nos. 7:11-cr-00076-1FL(1) and 7:11-cv-0075-F, ORDERED that the obligation to make payment to the Relator is expressly conditioned on the collection by the United States from the defendants and that the United States shall have no obligation to make payments to the Relator toward its Relator share except to 1 the extent of its net collection from defendants' assets, and ORDERED that the United States shall pay fifteen percent of the net recovery collected from the defendants in this civil action and the forfeiture actions as a necessary expense and alternate remedy to relator Lewis Christopher Salome pursuant to 31 U.S.C., Section 3730 (d). 1\fov.e.M.~ (" SO ORDERED this .1.fL_ day of ' 2014. J~ DEVER, III CHIEF, UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE C. 2

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