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Full title: Notice Notice of Entry of Judgment - Ridgeway Litigation - Judgment Re: Brandyn Ridgeway (Liquidated Nabors Corporate Services Inc. Indemnified Class 6 Claims) (Relates to Docket Nos. 2493, 2569, 2705, 2767 and 2928). (Related document(s):2517 Stipulation, 2569 Objection, 2705 Response to Order, 2767 Generic Order, 2928 Generic Order) Filed by Brandyn Ridgeway (Finkelstein, Mark) (Entered: 07/20/2021)

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E-mail: rdonahoo@donahoo.com and 1 The Debtors in these chapter 11 cases, along with the last four digits of each Debtor’s federal tax identification number (if any), are: CJ Holding Co. (4586); Blue Ribbon Technology Inc. (6338); C&J Corporate Services (Bermuda) Ltd.; C&J Energy Production Services-Canada Ltd.; C&J Energy Services, Inc. (3219); C&J Energy Services Ltd.; C&J Spec-Rent Services, Inc. (0712); C&J VLC, LLC (9989); C&J Well Services Inc. (5684); ESP Completion Technologies LLC (4615); KVS Transportation, Inc. (2415); Mobile Data Technologies Ltd.; Tellus Oilfield Inc. (2657);WHEREAS, Plaintiff BRANDYN RIDGEWAY (“Plaintiff” or “Ridgeway”) 23 filed this case on his own behalf and as a class action against Defendant NABORS 24 COMPLETION & PRODUCTION SERVICES CO n/k/a C&J WELL SERVICES, 25 INC. (“NABORS”) on April 2, 2015, alleging among other things, claims under 26 Labor Code §1194(a) and 1771 for failure to pay the minimum prevailing wage and 27 overtime, under Labor Code §226(e) for failure to provide accurate itemized wages 28 1 1 statements under Labor Code §226(a), and for related interest and penalties, as well 2 as attorneys’ fees and costs; 3 WHEREAS, on June 29, 2015 NABORS brought a motion to compel 4 arbitration of each plaintiff’s individual claims pursuant to 9 U.SC.Rex Heeseman (Ret.) resulting in a Final Arbitration Award issued 18 on April 19, 2021 in favor of Brandyn Ridgeway; 19 WHEREAS, on May 3, 2021 Ridgeway brought a petition to have his Final 20 Arbitration Award confirmed pursuant the FAA and for additional post-arbitration 21 attorneys’ fees associated with the petition to confirm the award and pursuant to 22 Labor Code §1194(a) and 226(e); 23WHEREAS, Ridgeway filed further briefing including opposition to Nabors’ 26 request to vacate the Final Arbitration Awards and revised the request for additional 27 post-arbitration attorneys’ fees associated with the petition; 28 2 1 WHEREAS, on June 25, 2021, the Court granted Ridgeway’s petition, 2 confirmed the Final Arbitration Award to Ridgeway, denied NABORS’ request to 3 vacate the award, and referred Ridgeway’s additional post-arbitration attorneys’ fees 4 pursuant to Labor Code §1194(a) and 226(e) to arbitration. 5 6 THEREFORE, IT IS ADJUDGED THAT: 7 Plaintiff BRANDYN RIDGEWAY shall recover against Defendant 8 NABORS COMPLETION & PRODUCTION SERVICES CO n/k/a C&J WELL 9 SERVICES, INC. (“NABORS”) in the following amounts: 10 1.

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IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS HOUSTON DIVISION ___________________________________ § In re: § Chapter 11 § CJ HOLDING CO., et al.,1 § Case No. 16-33590 (DRJ) § Debtors. § (Jointly Administered) ___________________________________ § NOTICE OF ENTRY OF JUDGMENT - RIDGEWAY LITIGATION JUDGMENT RE: BRANDYN RIDGEWAY (LIQUIDATED NABORS CORPORATE SERVICES INC. INDEMNIFIED CLASS 6 CLAIMS) (Relates to Docket Nos. 2493, 2569, 2705, 2767 and 2928) PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on June 25, 2021 the United States District Court for the Central District of California entered Judgment Re: Brandyn Ridgeway. A true and complete copy of the judgment is attached hereto and incorporated by this reference. Respectfully Submitted, /s/ Richard E. Donahoo Richard E. Donahoo (admitted pro hac vice) California Bar No. 186957 DONAHOO & ASSOCIATES, P.C. 440 West First Street, Suite 101 Tustin, California 92780 T: (714) 953-1010 | F: (714) 953-1777 E-mail: rdonahoo@donahoo.com and 1 The Debtors in these chapter 11 cases, along with the last four digits of each Debtor’s federal tax identification number (if any), are: CJ Holding Co. (4586); Blue Ribbon Technology Inc. (6338); C&J Corporate Services (Bermuda) Ltd.; C&J Energy Production Services-Canada Ltd.; C&J Energy Services, Inc. (3219); C&J Energy Services Ltd.; C&J Spec-Rent Services, Inc. (0712); C&J VLC, LLC (9989); C&J Well Services Inc. (5684); ESP Completion Technologies LLC (4615); KVS Transportation, Inc. (2415); Mobile Data Technologies Ltd.; Tellus Oilfield Inc. (2657); Tiger Cased Hole Services Inc. (7783); and Total E&S, Inc. (5351). The location of the Debtors’ service address is 3990 Rogerdale, Houston, Texas 77042.

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/s/ Mark S. Finkelstein Mark S. Finkelstein Texas Bar No. 07015100 | S.D. Texas No. 5543 SHANNON, MARTIN, FINKELSTEIN, ALVARADO & DUNNE, P.C. 1001 McKinney Street, Suite 1100 Houston, Texas 77002 T: (713) 646-5503 | F: (713) 752-0337 Email: mfinkelstein@smfadlaw.com CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE I hereby certify that a true and complete copy of the foregoing document was served through the Court’s CM/ECF noticing system in this case on July 20, 2021. /s/ Richard E. Donahoo Richard E. Donahoo

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 9 CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA 10 Case No.: 2:15−cv−03436−DDP−VBKx BRANDYN RIDGEWAY, et al. 11 District Judge: Dean D. Pregerson Plaintiffs, Magistrate Judge: Victor B. Kenton 12 v. 13 JUDGMENT RE: BRANDYN NABORS COMPLETION & RIDGEWAY 14 PRODUCTION SERVICES CO., a Delaware corporation; CITY OF LONG 15 BEACH, a California municipality; Date: June 14, 2021 TIDELANDS OIL PRODUCTION Time: 10:00 a.m. 16 COMPANY, a business of unknown Judge: Hon. Dean D. Pregerson form, and DOES 1 through 200, Dept.: 3 17 Defendants. 18 19 20 21 22 WHEREAS, Plaintiff BRANDYN RIDGEWAY (“Plaintiff” or “Ridgeway”) 23 filed this case on his own behalf and as a class action against Defendant NABORS 24 COMPLETION & PRODUCTION SERVICES CO n/k/a C&J WELL SERVICES, 25 INC. (“NABORS”) on April 2, 2015, alleging among other things, claims under 26 Labor Code §1194(a) and 1771 for failure to pay the minimum prevailing wage and 27 overtime, under Labor Code §226(e) for failure to provide accurate itemized wages 28 1

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1 statements under Labor Code §226(a), and for related interest and penalties, as well 2 as attorneys’ fees and costs; 3 WHEREAS, on June 29, 2015 NABORS brought a motion to compel 4 arbitration of each plaintiff’s individual claims pursuant to 9 U.SC. §2, the Federal 5 Arbitration Act (“FAA”) and a written arbitration agreement; 6 WHEREAS, on October 13, 2015 this Court denied NABORS’ motion to 7 compel arbitration, finding the arbitration agreement unenforceable; 8 WHEREAS, NABORS timely appealed the denial of its motion to compel 9 arbitration; 10 WHEREAS, on February 13, 2018 the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal issued 11 a Memorandum which reversed the Court’s order denying the motion and remanded 12 with instructions; 13 WHEREAS, on July 23, 2018 this Court enforced the arbitration agreement 14 and dismissed Ridgeway’s individual non-PAGA claims; 15 WHEREAS, Ridgeway commenced an individual arbitration at JAMS; 16 WHEREAS, Ridgeway’s individual claims were adjudicated by JAMS 17 Arbitrator Hon. Rex Heeseman (Ret.) resulting in a Final Arbitration Award issued 18 on April 19, 2021 in favor of Brandyn Ridgeway; 19 WHEREAS, on May 3, 2021 Ridgeway brought a petition to have his Final 20 Arbitration Award confirmed pursuant the FAA and for additional post-arbitration 21 attorneys’ fees associated with the petition to confirm the award and pursuant to 22 Labor Code §1194(a) and 226(e); 23 WHEREAS, NABORS opposed the petition and moved to vacate the 24 individual Final Arbitration Award; 25 WHEREAS, Ridgeway filed further briefing including opposition to Nabors’ 26 request to vacate the Final Arbitration Awards and revised the request for additional 27 post-arbitration attorneys’ fees associated with the petition; 28 2

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1 WHEREAS, on June 25, 2021, the Court granted Ridgeway’s petition, 2 confirmed the Final Arbitration Award to Ridgeway, denied NABORS’ request to 3 vacate the award, and referred Ridgeway’s additional post-arbitration attorneys’ fees 4 pursuant to Labor Code §1194(a) and 226(e) to arbitration. 5 6 THEREFORE, IT IS ADJUDGED THAT: 7 Plaintiff BRANDYN RIDGEWAY shall recover against Defendant 8 NABORS COMPLETION & PRODUCTION SERVICES CO n/k/a C&J WELL 9 SERVICES, INC. (“NABORS”) in the following amounts: 10 1. Wages in the amount of $105,034.86, 11 2. Statutory interest thru October 14, 2020 in the amount of $74,441.89 and12 continuing from October 14, 2020 at $28.78 per day, 13 3. $2,850.00 in Statutory penalties under California Labor Code §226(e); and14 4. Attorneys’ fees in the amount of $779,260 and costs in the amount of 15 $18,243.19 as awarded by the Arbitrator. 16 17 18 19 DATED: June 25, 2021 ____________________________________ 20 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT JUDGE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 3

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