M. An essential part of the Settlement Letter was that Oron would pay Liberty the sum of $550,000.00 with said sum payable to respondent’s Attorney Trust Account.
N. A dispute arose after the Settlement Letter was signed.
O. On behalf of Liberty, respondent filed a Motion to Enforce Settlement.
P. By Order date August 7, 2012, the United States District Court found that the Settlement Letter constituted an enforceable contract as there was a "meeting of the minds as to all material terms on July 5, 2012.” A Judgment was entered in favor of Liberty as judgment creditor and against Oron as Judgment Debtor for $550,000.00.
Q. By Order dated August 21, 2012, the United States District Court ordered Pay Pal, Inc., to transfer funds belonging to Oron to satisfy the Judgment by paying $550,000.00 to the trust account of Randazza Legal Group.
R. In mid to late August 2012, a settlement payment in relation to the Oron litigation of approximately $550,000.00 was sent to respondent's out-of-state trust account. A full and proper accounting of those funds has occurred with Liberty receiving its appropriate share.