FRENKEL v. WEBSTER et al
ORDER AND JUDGMENT. ORDER THAT PLAINTIFF'S MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT IS GRANTED. ON COUNT VI, FINAL JUDGMENT IS ENTERED IN FAVOR OF LEON FRENKEL AND AGAINST KENNETH BAKER IN THE AMOUNT OF $250,000, REPRESENTING THE LOST FRENKEL FUNDS, AS WELL AS $78.082.19 IN INTEREST PLUS $102.74 PER DIEM. ON COUNT XIV, FINAL JUDGMENT IS ENTERED IN FAVOR OF LEON FRENKEL AND AGAINST KENNETH BAKER IN THE AMOUNT OF $250,000, REPRESENTING THE LOST SUGAR DEPOSIT, AS WELL AS $56,383.56 IN INTEREST PLUS $82.19 PER DIEM. ON COUNTS VI AND XIV, KENNETH BAKER IS FURTHER LIABLE FOR $23,140 IN ATTORNEYS' FEES AND $92.70 IN LITIGATION COSTS. SIGNED BY HONORABLE BERLE M. SCHILLER ON 4/14/15. 4/15/15 ENTERED & E-MAILED. COPIES MAILED TO WEBSTER, LABRIE, FITZGERALD ENTERPRISES AT ADDRESSES OF NY AND FL. (fdc)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
KENNETH H. BAKER, et al.,
ORDER AND JUDGMENT
AND NOW, this 14th day of April, 2015, on consideration of Plaintiff’s Motion for
Summary Judgment (Document No. 77) and all responses thereto, and for the reasons provided in
this Court’s Memorandum dated April 14, 2015, it is hereby ORDERED that:
Plaintiff’s Motion for Summary Judgment is GRANTED.
On Count VI, final judgment is entered in favor of Leon Frenkel and against Kenneth
Baker in the amount of $250,000, representing the lost Frenkel Funds, as well as
$78,082.19 in interest plus $102.74 per diem.
On Count XIV, final judgment is entered in favor of Leon Frenkel and against
Kenneth Baker in the amount of $250,000, representing the lost Sugar Deposit, as
well as $56,383.56 in interest plus $82.19 per diem.
On Counts VI and XIV, Kenneth Baker is further liable for $23,140 in attorneys’ fees
and $92.70 in litigation costs.
BY THE COURT:
Berle M. Schiller, J.
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