Ayala is proud to announce that it has obtained a final judgment enforcing a $130,000 settlement it obtained earlier this year with a Texas attorney involved in a 2-million-dollar Personal Protective Equipment scam. The judgment also awarded Ayala’s client $1,750.00 in attorney’s fees.
The case stemmed from a scheme whereby the defendants including conspired to induce Plaintiffs to invest two million dollars in a PPE scam.
The case was filed in the US Southern District of Florida, case # 1:21-cv-20975. Honorable judge Beth Bloom is the judge on the case.
As stated in the general magistrate report and recommendation:
“the Sadick Defendants admitted that they had executed the Settlement Agreement and that the required settlement payment in the amount of $130,000.00 has not been made. Therefore, Plaintiff is entitled to enforce the Settlement Agreement. Additionally, the Settlement Agreement provides for prevailing party attorney’s fees, as to which Plaintiff seeks to recover $1,750. Given the undisputed existence of the Settlement Agreement, the Sadick Defendants’ non-payment, and the prevailing party fees provision, the undersigned RESPECTFULLY RECOMMENDS that Plaintiff’s Motion to Enforce be GRANTED and that Final Judgment in favor of Plaintiff and against the Sadick Defendants be ENTERED in the principal amount of $130,000.00, plus $1,750.00 in attorney’s fees for a total judgment amount of $131,750.00.” (Internal citations omitted).
The order adopting the report and recommendation can be found here: [Order]
As stated by Attorney Eduardo A. Maura: “this is a step in the right direction. We look forward to sparing no resource in collecting this judgment for our client.”
For more information about commercial disputes, contact an experienced commercial litigation attorney at Ayala at 305-570-2208.
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You can also email directly trial lawyer Eduardo A. Maura at email@example.com