Cade v. Pritchett Inc et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|July 30, 2015
JUDGMENT: This case is dismissed with prejudice. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 7/30/2015. (jak)
|July 23, 2015
ORDER: At the parties' joint request, the Court has reconsidered the settlement-approval issue. After reconsideration, the Court reaffirms its earlier Order requiring judicial approval of the parties' proposed compromise. The parties' proposed settlements are fair and reasonable, 22 . The settlements are approved except for the confidentiality provision. The Court will unseal the settlement agreements, and enter Judgment dismissing the case, unless a party files notice by 29 Jul y 2015 that the lack of confidentiality is a deal breaker. If so, the case will move forward for resolution on the merits. Counsels's time records will remain sealed whether the settlement holds or not. Joint motion, 23 , denied. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 7/23/2015. (jak)
|June 23, 2015
ORDER: The Court notes the parties' joint motion to dismiss, 18 . Before the Court can enter judgment, it must approve the parties' proposed agreement because this is a FLSA case. Proposed agreement, and any billing records for attorney's fees, must be filed under seal by 29 June 2015. The Court will probably unseal the agreement in due course. If the parties object to that, they should explain why. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 6/23/2015. (jak)
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