The opinion of the court was delivered by: Hon. R. Gary Klausner
[PROPOSED] ORDER ON STIPULATION FOR JUDGMENT
Pursuant to the Stipulation by and between Plaintiffs, Board of Trustees of the Sheet Metal Workers' Pension Plan of Southern California, Arizona and Nevada ("Pension Plan"); Board of Trustees of the Sheet Metal Workers' Health Plan of Southern California, Arizona and Nevada ("Health Plan"); Board of Trustees of the Southern California Sheet Metal Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee ("JATC"); Board of Trustees of the Sheet Metal Workers' Local 105 Retiree Health Plan ("Retirees Plan"); Board of Trustees of the Southern California Sheet Metal Workers' 401(a) Plan ("401(a) Plan"); Sheet Metal Workers' International Association, Local Union No. 105 Union Dues Check-Off and Deferred Savings Fund ("Dues and Savings Fund"); Board of Trustees of the Southern California Labor Management Cooperation Trust ("LMCT"); and Board of Trustees of the Sheet Metal Industry Fund of Los Angeles ("Industry Fund") (collectively the "Plans" or "Trust Funds"), and defendant, ROBERT I. HAVAI ("Individual Defendant") and ORECO DUCT SYSTEMS, INC. ("Company") (collectively "Defendants"), the Court has considered the matter fully and concluded that good cause exists to approve the parties' Stipulation in its entirety.
Accordingly, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED as follows:
1. That the Company and the Individual Defendant, ROBERT I. HAVAI, are indebted to the Plans in the total amount of $140,658.24 broken down as follows: contributions for the work months of February 2012 and August 2012 (including the "Savings Deferral" which are wages deducted from employee paychecks) for the work months of February 2012 and August 2012 in the amount of $94,073.91; liquidated damages for late payment or nonpayment of contributions for the work months of February 2012 and August 2012 in the amount of $24,676.94; interest in the amount of $9,407.39 and attorney's fees in the amount of $12,500.
2. Judgment is entered in favor of the Plans and against the Company and Individual Defendant, jointly and severally, in the amount of $140,658.24 for delinquent employee benefit plan contributions and accrued liquidated damages, interest, attorney fees and costs, together with post-judgment interest thereon at the rate of 12% per annum as of the date of the Judgment.
3. This Court retains jurisdiction over this matter through August 1, 2013 to enforce the terms of any judgment entered hereunder, to order appropriate injunctive and equitable relief, to make appropriate orders of contempt, and to increase the amount of judgment based upon additional sums owed to the Plans by Defendants.
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