Hart v. U.S. Bank NA et al
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|November 8, 2013
ORDER granting 40 Motion to Certify Class. This case is conditionally certified as a collective action under the FLSA § 216(b). FURTHER ORDERED that the class is defined as: all vehicle underwriters who are, or were, employed by U.S. Bank Na tional Association at any time from three years prior to the date of issuance of the notice and continuing to the present. FURTHER ORDERED granting/denying 43 Motion to Seal. While the Court's courtesy copy of the documents were unredacted, the Court has not located unredacted copies in the record. Therefore, Plaintiff shall file an unredacted copy of Exhibits 1, 2, and 4 (as an additional attachment to the motion) not under seal. Plaintiff shall also file an unredacted copy of exhibits 5, 6, 7, 8, and 12 (as an additional attachment to the motion) under seal. FINALLY ORDERED that any motion to decertify the class is due by 3/14/14. Signed by Senior Judge James A Teilborg on 11/8/13.(MAP)
|June 7, 2013
ORDER, the motion for class certification 30 is denied without prejudice; Plaintiff may re-file her motion for class certification, attaching all relevant evidence, by 7/8/13; the motion to strike or file a sur-reply 37 is denied as moot; the stipulation to file documents under seal 32 is denied; the Clerk shall leave the documents at Doc. 33 under seal and lodged (see order for further details). Signed by Senior Judge James A Teilborg on 6/7/13. (REW)
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