Selective Way Insurance Company v. Apple et al

Filing 140

ORDER regarding Bill of Costs 133 filed by Selective Way Insurance Company, SUSTAINED IN PART and OVERRRULED IN PART as to Objections 137 filed by Progressive Gulf Insurance Company, Brief 135 filed by Earl Eugene Hoar, Objections 136 filed by Roseanne Browning Apple, Building Industries, Inc. and Objections 134 filed by Earl Eugene Hoar. The bill of costs is reduced by $1,324.50 and Plaintiff is awarded costs in the amount of $3,118.70 against all defendants pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 54(d).. Signed by Judge Norman K. Moon on 1/11/2017. (mab)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA CHARLOTTESVILLE DIVISION SELECTIVE WAY INSURANCE COMPANY, CASE NO. 3:13-CV-00042 Plaintiff, ORDER v. ROSEANNE BROWNING APPLE, ET AL., Defendants. JUDGE NORMAN K. MOON This matter is before the Court upon Plaintiff’s Bill of Costs, which was filed on December 12, 2016. (Dkt. 133). Plaintiff is seeking $4,443.20 against all defendants. Defendant Hoar filed a brief in opposition, (dkts. 134–35), joined by Defendants Apple, Building Industries, and Gulf Insurance Company, (dkts. 136–37), arguing that some of Plaintiff’s costs are not recoverable under 28 U.S.C. § 1920. For the reasons stated in the accompanying memorandum opinion, Defendants’ objections to Plaintiff’s Bill of Costs are SUSTAINED in part and OVERRULED in part. Accordingly, the bill of costs is reduced by $1,324.50, and Plaintiff is AWARDED costs in the amount of $3,118.70, against all Defendants, pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 54(d). It is so ORDERED. The Clerk of the Court is hereby directed to send a certified copy of this Order to Plaintiff, Defendants, and all counsel of record. 11th Entered this _____ day of January, 2017.

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