STIPULATION OF PREVAILING PARTY: IMPORTANT

David A. Szwak

STIPULATION OF PREVAILING PARTY: IMPORTANT

Postby David A. Szwak » Sun Dec 04, 2005 6:29 pm

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
IN AND FOR THE DISTRICT OF ARIZONA



DALE R. ACTON, CIVIL ACTION NUMBER:
Plaintiff, CV-01-0738-PHX-MS
Versus
JUDGE CAMPBELL
BANK ONE CORPORATION, ET AL JURY DEMANDED
Defendants.


STIPULATED ORDER

HAVING BEEN ADVISED BY THE PLAINTIFF AND REMAINING DEFENDANT, EQUIFAX INFORMATION SERVICES, LLC, THAT SETTLEMENT HAS BEEN REACHED AND THAT A STIPULATED ORDER SHOULD BE ENTERED, AS FOLLOWS:

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT the Plaintiff, Dale R. Acton, and Equifax Information Services, LLC, have settled plaintiff’s claims but reserved the issue of attorneys’ fees and costs for decision by the court, and that pursuant to the terms of the settlement in this matter, Plaintiff, Dale R. Acton, and Equifax Information Services, LLC, have stipulated that Plaintiff, Dale R. Acton, is deemed the prevailing pursuant to Rule 54 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. The Scheduling Order submitted by the parties with the Notice of Settlement shall be entered on Plaintiff’s petition for fees and costs.
SO ORDERED.

Phoenix, Arizona, this the _____ day of ________________________, 2004.

_______________________________________
DAVID CAMPBELL
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE


AGREED AS TO CONTENT AND FORM:


_______________________________________
DAVID A. Szwak
Counsel for plaintiff, Dale R. Acton


_______________________________________
LEWIS PERLING
MARA MCRAE
Counsel for Equifax Information Services, LLC

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