Securities and Exchange Commission v. Hooper

Filing 38

JUDGMENT IN A CIVIL ACTION. (AY, Case Administrator)

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AO 450 (Rev. 11/11) Judgment in a Civil Action UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT for the_ Eastern District of Washington Securities and Exchange Commission, ) ) ) ) ) Plaintiff v. Michael J. Hooper, Civil Action No. 2:16-mc-00022-MKD Defendant JUDGMENT IN A CIVIL ACTION The court has ordered that (check one): ’ the plaintiff (name) defendant (name) recover from the the amount of ), which includes prejudgment % per annum, along with costs. dollars ($ %, plus post judgment interest at the rate of interest at the rate of ’ the plaintiff recover nothing, the action be dismissed on the merits, and the defendant (name) recover costs from the plaintiff (name) . ’ other: Applicant's Motion to Amend/Correct Securities and Exchange Commission's Motion for Enforcement of Administrative Order, ECF No. 5 is GRANTED, Applicant's Motion for Enforcement of Order, ECF, No. 3, is GRANTED. Respondent Hooper shall comply with Commissions 1999 Order. Respondent Hooper is liable for disgorgement of $30,833.13, representing profits gained as a result of violations of the Commissioner's 1999 Order. Respondent will satisfy obligaion by paying $30,833.13 to the Commssion within 90 days after entry of this Order. Judgment is entered for Plaintiff. This action was (check one): ’ tried by a jury with Judge rendered a verdict. ’ tried by Judge was reached. ’ decided by Judge presiding, and the jury has without a jury and the above decision MARY K. DIMKE on motions To Amend/Correct Securitites and Exchange Commissions Enforcement of Administrative Order, ECF No. 5 and Applicant's Motion for Enforcement of Administrative Order, ECF No. 3. Date: 08/10/2017 CLERK OF COURT SEAN F. McAVOY s/ Allison Yates (By) Deputy Clerk Allison Yates

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