Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
John Schwab and John Sharp, Schwab & Walter, Baton Rouge, La., for plaintiff-appellant.
Reuben L. Hadlund, D.R. Edwards and Deborah C. Paskin, Latham & Watkins, Chicago, Ill., for Riley Stoker Corp.
John M. Wilson and Robert L. Theriot, Liskow & Lewis, New Orleans, La., Glen L. Langley, Hargrove, Guyton, Ramey & Barlow, Shreveport, La., for U.S. Riley Corp.
Marian Mayer Berkett, Deutsh, Kerrigan & Stiles, New Orleans, La., for Fed. Ins. Co., et al.
Before POLITZ, GARWOOD and JOLLY, Circuit Judges.
United States Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit.
GARWOOD, Circuit Judge:
In this diversity case, plaintiff-appellant Cajun Electric Power Cooperative (Cajun) appeals the district court's decision that a deposit by defendants-appellees Riley Stoker Corporation and its sureties (collectively, Riley) into the registry of the court pursuant to Rule 67 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure constituted timely payment of an arbitration award rendered against Riley in favor of Cajun. We affirm.
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