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Laborers' Pension Fund v. Brewer Concrete Construction
September 12, 2008
LABORERS' PENSION FUND AND LABORERS' WELFARE FUND OF THE HEALTH AND WELFARE DEPARTMENT OF THE CONSTRUCTION AND GENERAL LABORERS' DISTRICT COUNCIL OF CHICAGO AND VICINITY, AND JAMES S. JORGENSEN, ADMINISTRATOR OF THE FUNDS, AND MIKE SHALES, JOHN BRYAN, SR. AL OROSZ, DAN BREJEC, TOBY KOTH, AND VERN BAUMANN, NOT INDIVIDUALLY BUT AS TRUSTEES OF THE FOX VALLEY LABORERS' HEALTH AND WELFARE FUND, AND MIKE SHALES, JOHN BRYAN SR., AL OROSZ, TOBY KOTH, GORDON ANDERSON AND DAN BREJEC, NOT INDIVIDUALLY BUT AS TRUSTEES OF THE FOX VALLEY LABORERS' PENSION FUND, PLAINTIFFS,
BREWER CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION, INC. AN ILLINOIS CORPORATION, AND SCOTT DAVID BREWER, INDIVIDUALLY, DEFENDANTS.
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Judge Kennelly
This matter having come to be heard on the Motion of Plaintiffs Laborers' Pension Fund and Laborers' Welfare Fund of the Health and Welfare Department of the Construction and General Laborers' District Council of Chicago and Vicinity and James S. Jorgensen, Administrator of the Funds ("Funds") for Entry of Default Judgment in Sum Certain, due notice having been given, and the Court being fully advised in the premises,
1. That default judgment in sum certain is entered in favor of the Plaintiffs and against Defendant Brewer Concrete Construction, Inc. on Count V of the Plaintiffs' Complaint in the amount of $39,487.65 as follows:
A. For $26,057.56 representing amounts due on the defaulted Installment Note and liquidated damages and interest;
B. For $13,430.09 representing attorneys' fees and costs.
2. Judgment is entered pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 54(b) as there is no just cause for delay in the entry of judgment in favor of the Funds and against Defendant Brewer Concrete Construction, Inc. on Count V of Plaintiffs' Complaint.
3. Defendant Brewer Concrete Construction, Inc. is hereby ordered to submit its books and records to an audit for the period of November 1, 2005 forward, submit current benefit reports and contributions from the period of March 2008 forward and to obtain and maintain a surety bond in accordance with the collective bargaining agreement and the Funds' respective Agreements and Declarations of Trust.
4. This Court retains jurisdiction to enter further judgment in sum certain in favor of Plaintiffs and against Defendant Brewer Concrete Construction, Inc. on Counts I through IV and against Defendant Scott David Brewer on all counts of the Complaint.
The Honorable Judge Matthew F. Kennelly United States District Court Judge
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