Trailer Bridge, Inc. v. Terralina Environmetal Services, Corp. et al
CONSENT JUDGMENT for plaintiff in the amount of $659,132.55 for unpaid ocean freight and $269,686.91 for collection costs and attorney's fees, plus interest accrued thereafter; action DISMISSED, without prejudice. Motion terminated: 6 Joint Motion for Consent Judgment and Voluntary Dismissal. Signed by Judge Carmen C. Cerezo on 10/24/2012. (mld)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF PUERTO RICO
TRAILER BRIDGE, INC.
TERRALINA ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES,
CORP.; CARLOS ORTIZ-PEDROSO
Based upon the parties’ Joint Motion for Default Judgment and Voluntary Dismissal
of the Complaint Against Codefendant Carlos Ortiz-Pedroso (docket number 6), judgment
is entered against Terralina Environmental Services, Corp. in the amount of $659,132.55
for unpaid ocean freight, and $269,686.91 for the costs of collection and attorneys’ fees,
plus interest accrued thereafter.
Pursuant to plaintiff’s notice of voluntary dismissal and Fed. R. Civ. P. 41(a)(1)(A)(I),
plaintiff’s claims against Carlos Ortiz-Pedroso are DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE.
This judgment shall be firm, final, and unappealable from the date of its entry.
All parties shall strictly comply with all the covenants of the agreement. The parties
further agreed that the plaintiff may re-file a new complaint against codefendant Carlos
Ortiz-Pedroso, in the event that the defendants fail to fully comply with the terms and
conditions of the settlement agreement.
This case is now closed for all administrative and statistical purposes.
SO ORDERED AND ADJUDGED.
At San Juan, Puerto Rico, on October 24, 2012.
S/CARMEN CONSUELO CEREZO
United States District Judge
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