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Baker Tilly Capital, LLC v. Higher Perpetual Energy

August 14, 2012

BAKER TILLY CAPITAL, LLC, PETITIONER,
v.
HIGHER PERPETUAL ENERGY, LLC, RESPONDENT.



The opinion of the court was delivered by: Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman

Magistrate Judge Morton Denlow

MOTION TO CONFIRM ARBITRATION AWARD

Petitioner BAKER TILLY CAPITAL, LLC ("BT CAPITAL"), by its undersigned attorney, respectfully moves this Court to confirm the April 20, 2012 arbitration award of William E. Deitrick ("the Award") and enter judgment on behalf of BT CAPTIAL pursuant to Sections 9 and 13 of the Federal Arbitration Act ("the FAA"). In support of its motion, BT CAPITAL relies on all matters of record and further states as follows:

1. Following an arbitration hearing in Chicago, Illinois, an arbitration award was issued on April 20, 2012 in favor of BT CAPITAL and against the Respondent, HIGHER PERPETUAL ENERGY, LLC ("HPE"), by Arbitrator William E. Dietrick in American Arbitration Association Case No. 51-148-00733-11. BT CAPITAL filed a Petition to Confirm Arbitration Award on May 11, 2012 (Doc. 1).

2. HPE is not a resident of Illinois. Accordingly, on May 14, 2012, BT CAPITAL filed a motion, pursuant to Section 9 of the FAA, to direct the U.S. Marshal to serve Respondent with the Petition to Confirm Arbitration Award and Summons (Doc. 4), and the Court granted the motion (Doc. 7). The U.S. Marshal personally served HPE on June 13, 2012, by delivering the Summons and Petition to HPE's Registered Agent, Lee Wilkins, at 1999 Bryan Street, Suite 3300, Dallas, Texas 75201-6822. (Doc. 8.)

3. Section 12 of the Federal Arbitration Act requires a party seeking to vacate, modify, or correct an award to provide notice of such a motion "within three months after the award is filed or delivered." 9 U.S.C. § 12. HPE has not served a motion to vacate, modify, or correct the Award against HPE. The time to provide notice of a motion to vacate, modify, or correct an award has elapsed because the award was filed and delivered on April 20, 2012, more than three months ago.

4. All of the papers, required to be filed under Section 13 of the FAA,*fn1 have been filed as follows:

* A copy of the agreements to arbitrate (Petition Exs. 1 and 2, Doc 1-2, 1-3);

* A copy of the April 20, 2012 Award of William E. Deitrick (Petition Ex. 4, Doc 1-5);

* Notice regarding time of the making of the Award (Petition Ex. 3, Doc. 1-4) and Transmitting the Award (Petition Ex. 5, Doc. 1-6);

* Rules regarding the time to make the award (Petition Ex. 6, Doc. 1-7);

* Notice of the petition and summons to respondents by proof of service by the United States Marshall in accordance with 9 U.S.C. § 9 (Doc. 8).

5. The Petition, exhibits thereto and proof of service, establish that all the prerequisites for an order to confirm the Award against HPE in the amount of $354,237.47, plus post-Award Interest at 5% per year ...


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