ELAINE v. CREDIT CONTROL LLC et al
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER THAT PLAINTIFFS ARE AWARDED $134,572.50 IN ATTORNEYS FEES FOR WORK DONE UP UNTIL THE FILING OF THEIR BRIEF IN OPPOSITION TO THE DEFENDANTS OBJECTIONS TO THEIR REQUEST FOR AN AWARD OF ATTORNEYS FEES TOGETHER WITH $6,0009.95 IN COSTS AS OUTLINED HEREIN. STATUS CONFERENCE SET FOR 4/12/18 AT 2:00PM, ETC SIGNED BY MAGISTRATE JUDGE RICHARD A. LLORET ON 4/9/18. 4/9/18 ENTERED AND COPIES EMAILED.(rf, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
DAWN ELAINE, for herself and a class, :
CREDIT CONTROL LLC,
LVNV FUNDING LLC,
RESURGENT CAPITAL SERVICES LP, :
and ALEGIS GROUP LLC,
For reasons explained in my Memorandum filed today, it is this 9th day of April,
Plaintiffs are awarded $134,572.50 in attorney’s fees for work done up
until the filing of their brief in opposition to the Defendants’ objections to their request
for an award of attorneys’ fees, together with $6,009.95 in costs.
The parties, through counsel, will meet and confer promptly on the
$16,578.00 in fees claimed by Plaintiff for the preparation of their brief in opposition to
Defendants’ objection to the award of attorneys’ fees.
I will hold a status conference by telephone call with the attorneys on
Thursday, April 12, 2018 at 2 p.m. If the remaining dispute is not resolved at that time, I
will conduct a hearing at a time and date to be determined for the purpose of addressing
any objections the Defendants have to the additional fees and costs requested by
Plaintiffs. I will set a briefing schedule at the time of the status call.
Plaintiff will be limited to a maximum of $15,000 in additional fees for
services rendered in connection with conference with counsel, status call with the court,
and hearing, if a hearing is set.
_s/Richard A. Lloret___________
HONORABLE RICHARD A. LLORET
U.S. MAGISTRATE JUDGE
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