Armida Rodriguez v. Burlington Coat Factory Warehouse Corporation et al
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|April 8, 2016
JUDGMENT AND ORDER OF FINAL APPROVAL AND DISMISSAL by Judge Dean D. Pregerson:The Settlement Agreement and the terms therein are fair, just, reasonable and adequate as to the settling parties, including the Settlement Class, and is hereby finally app roved in all respects. The parties are hereby directed to perform the terms of the Settlement Agreement. The Court approves of the total settlement amount of $1,800,000.00, to be distributed as set forth in the Settlement Agreement. The Court a lso notes that the settlement is non-reversionary, meaning Burlington will pay the entire settlementamount, and none of the settlement funds will revert to Burlington.The Class Administrator, ILYM Group, Inc., shall be paid $77,000.00 in accord ance with the terms of the Settlement Agreement.The Court hereby enters judgment approving the terms of the Settlement Agreement and ordering that the Lawsuit be dismissed on the merits with prejudice in accordance with the settlement. The First Amended Complaint is dismissed on the merits with prejudice on a class-wide basis. This document shall constitute a final judgment for purposes of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure, Rule 58. (lc)
|August 26, 2013
PROTECTIVE ORDER by Judge Dean D. Pregerson re Stipulation for Protective Order 14 . (NOTE: Changes have been made to the proposed order). (ib)
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