Camp et al v. City of Pelham
||Kenneth Camp, Michael Todd McCarver, Patrick Smith, Stephen Kiel and Randal Bearden
||City of Pelham
||May 17, 2010
||US District Court for the Northern District of Alabama
||Paul W Greene
|Nature of Suit:
||Civil Rights: Other
|Cause of Action:
||29:201 Fair Labor Standards Act
|Jury Demanded By:
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|May 1, 2014
MEMORANDUM OPINION. Signed by Judge Madeline Hughes Haikala on 5/1/14. (ASL)
|February 28, 2014
MEMORANDUM OPINION. Signed by Judge Madeline Hughes Haikala on 2/28/14. (ASL)
|February 1, 2013
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER: Having carefully reviewed and considered de novo all the materials in the court file, including the report and recommendations and the objections filed by defendant City of Pelham, the court ADOPTS the magistrate judge 039;s findings and ACCEPTS the magistrate judge's recommendations ( 50 and 51 ). Therefore, the court OVERRULES defendant's interposing objections to the magistrate judge's order tolling the statute of limitations and the magistrate judge's reports and recommendations. As a result, the court GRANTS plaintiffs' motion to toll the statute of limitations, 43 , plaintiffs' motion for conditional certification under the Fair Labor Standards Act, 19 , and plaintiffs' motion for certification under Rule 23 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, 27 , and APPROVES the plaintiffs'proposed notice, located in 19 .Signed by Judge Abdul K Kallon on 02/01/13. (CVA) Modified on 2/1/2013 (CVA).
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