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Date: 11-10-2020

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Julia Braisher and Tony Braisher v. Wal-Mart Stores East, L.P.

Case Number: 5:19-cv-00576-JD

Judge: Jodi W. Dishman

Court: United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma (Oklahoma County)

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Defendant's Attorney: Jeffrey D Scott and Michael W Brewer

Description: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma personal premises liability injury lawyer represented plaintiffs Julia Braisher and Tony Braisher who sued Wal-Mart Stores East, L.P. on a premises liability theory claiming to have suffered more than $75,000 in damages and injuries as a direct result of an in store accident.

This case was filed in the District Court of Cleveland County, CJ-19-00671, and was removed to federal court by Wal-Mart.

Plaintiff Julia Braisher alleged that on June 17, 2017 she was a patron in the Walmart Store located at 13301 S.W. 104th Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; that she was a business invitee; that she was shopping; merchandise fell from a shelf, striking her head. She alleged that the stock was not properly stored.

Outcome: 11/03/2020 44 ENTER ORDER. A settlement conference was held this date in the above case. Plaintiffs Julia Braisher and Tony Braisher appeared in person and by lead trial counsel, Micky Walsh. Defendant Walmart Stores East, LP, appeared through its representative, Donna Lemons, and by lead trial counsel, Michael W. Brewer. The case settled and a 30 day administrative closing order will be entered. Signed by Magistrate Judge Gary M. Purcell on 11/3/2020. (cps) (Entered: 11/03/2020)
11/03/2020 45 ADMINISTRATIVE CLOSING ORDER: The Court has been informed that the parties have reached a settlement in this case at the recent settlement conference. [See Order, Doc. No. 44]. Accordingly, the Court ORDERS that the Clerk administratively terminate this action in her records. Unless a party moves to reopen or extend this proceeding within 30 days of the entry of this Order, this action shall be deemed dismissed with prejudice, and this Order shall become a final judgment that satisfies the separate-document requirement for purposes of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 58(a). Signed by Honorable Jodi W. Dishman on 11/03/2020. (nv) (Entered: 11/03/2020)

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