Marine Bargas v. Rite Aid Corporation et al
||Does and Rite Aid Corporation
||May 30, 2013
||US District Court for the Central District of California
||John E. McDermott
||Michael W. Fitzgerald
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|March 28, 2017
AMENDED FINDINGS OF FACT AND CONCLUSIONS OF LAW signed by Judge Michael W. Fitzgerald. (jp)
|March 27, 2017
JUDGMENT AFTER TRIAL by Judge Michael W. Fitzgerald. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED that judgment on the merits be entered as follows: (1) On Plaintiff Claim for unpaid overtime wages: Plaintiff is awarded $8,349.56 in damages for un paid overtime wages. The Court additionally awards Plaintiff $3,875.03 in prejudgment interest pursuant to California Civil Code section 3289. Judgment in the total sum of $12,224.59 against Defendant Rite Aid Corporation and in favor of Pl aintiff Marine Bargas. (2) On Plaintiff Claim for failure to provide meal periods and rest breaks: Judgment in the sum of $1,297.24 in restitution for unpaid meal and rest break premiums is entered against Defendant Rite Aid Corporation, and in favor of Plaintiff Marine Bargas. (3) On Plaintiff Claim for failure to pay timely wages: Judgment is entered in favor of Defendant Rite Aid, and Plaintiff shall take nothing. (4) The total judgment entered against Defendant Rite Aid Corporation is $13,521.83. (MD JS-6, Case Terminated). (jp)
|April 13, 2016
PROTECTIVE ORDER by Magistrate Judge John E. McDermott re Stipulation for Protective Order 62 . (san)
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