NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD v. DURHAM SCHOOL SERVICES LP
||DURHAM SCHOOL SERVICES LP
||NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD
||July 3, 2014
||Florida Northern District Court
||M CASEY RODGERS
||ELIZABETH M TIMOTHY
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|January 12, 2015
ORDER: (1) The Chief Magistrate Judge's 19 Report and Recommendation is adopted in part and rejected in part as follows: The Court adopts the Report and Recommendation and incorporates it by reference in this Order insofar as it recommends enforcement of the administrative subpoena but rejects the Report and Recommendation insofar is it recommends an award of attorney's fees, and it is hereby modified consistent with this Order. (2.) The NLRB's application for enforcement of administrative subpoena duces tecum B-716522 is GRANTED. (3.) Respondent Durham School Services, L.P., is Ordered to respond in full to subpoena duces tecum B-716522 as issued by the Board within 25 calendar days fro m this Order, and to appear at the Board's offices at National Labor Relations Board, Region 15, 600 S. Maestri Place, 7th Floor, New Orleans, Louisiana, to produce the subpoenaed documents. (4.) Upon failure by Respondent Durham to comply wi th this Courts order, the Court reserves the right to impose sanctions for contempt upon motion by the NLRB. (5.) The NLRB's request for costs is GRANTED and the request for attorney'sfees is DENIED. Signed by CHIEF JUDGE M CASEY RODGERS on 1/12/2015. (djb)
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