David Antal and David Chawes successfully represented ICT Group, Inc., a multinational call center and outsourcing company based in Pennsylvania, in an appeal of a default judgment awarding over $400,000 to a plaintiff who had fallen in a parking lot.  The Washington Court of Appeals, Division 3, ruled that the plaintiff had not properly notified ICT about the hearing to determine the amount of damages, and reversed and remanded the case back to the trial court for redetermination of the plaintiff’s actual damages.  The decision is significant because it is the first published case regarding Washington Civil Rule 55(f), which requires special notification of a hearing on damages to a non-appearing party when over a year has passed after the complaint is served.