Luke Zeman v. XTRA Lease LLC et al

Defendant: Does and EXTRA Lease LLC
Plaintiff: Luke Zeman
Case Number: 2:2013cv04990
Filed: July 11, 2013
Court: California Central District Court
Referring Judge: Charles F. Eick
Presiding Judge: Dean D. Pregerson
Nature of Suit: Civil Rights: Jobs

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July 13, 2016 123 Opinion or Order of the Court JUDGMENT by Judge Dean D. Pregerson: Pursuant to the F.R. Civ. P. 68 Offer of Judgment made by DEFENDANT XTRA LEASE LLC on April 22, 2016, which was accepted by PLAINTIFF LUKE ZEMAN on April 28, 2016 120 , it is hereby ADJUDGED and ORDERED that jud gment is hereby entered in favor of LUKE ZEMAN and against XTRA LEASE LLC on the following terms: Payable to Plaintiff Zeman: $202,465.21; Payable to non-party Trevor Opitz: $1,800.00; Payable to non-party Brett Peterson: $1,350.00; Payable to the California Labor and Workforce Development Agency: $15,750.00. After entry of such Judgment, Plaintiff to move the court for payment of his reasonable attorneys fees and costs as permitted by law.(MD JS-6, Case Terminated). (lc)
August 5, 2014 53 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER RE: MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT AND MOTION TO STRIKE [DKT Nos. 38,45 by Judge Dean D. Pregerson: The court believes that Defendant's action were not consistent with the spirit of the discovery rules. At the very least, Defendant would have been well served to call opposing counsel and explaint the change in position and offer to extend discovery. Nevertheless, in the interst of resolving the underlying dispute on the merits, the court will not strike the declarations. Plaintiff's motion to Strike (Dkt. No. 45) is DENIED. The court will, however, reopen discovery as set forth below. Additioanlly, if requested by Plaintiff and subject to a full hearing on possible objections, the court may permit Defendant's objections as to relevance to be submitted to the jury. In light of questions of material fact with respect to Plaintiff's job duties and responsibilities created by the proffered testimony of Freeman, King, and Hill, Plaintiff's Motion for Partial Summ ary Judgment (Dkt. No. 38) is DENIED without prejudice. Modification of Scheduling Order. The court modifies the Scheduling Order as follows: DISCOVERY CUT-OFF: 10/27/14. LAST DAY TO FILE MOTIONS: 11/28/14. FINAL PRE-TRIAL CONFERENCE: 2/23/15 AT 11:00 A.M. 203 DAY JURY TRIAL: 3/3/15 AT 9:00 A.M. (bp)

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Represented By: Heather M Davis
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