Norris-Wilson et al v. Delta-T Group, Inc. et al
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|September 25, 2012
ORDER Re Joint Motion for Final Approval of Class Settlement 113 , Plaintiffs' Unopposed Motion for Fees, Costs and Expenses 114 , Dismissal of Delta-T Group, Inc. 109 , and Final Order of Judgment. The Parties' Joint Motion for Final Ap proval of Class Settlement and Plaintiffs' Unopposed Motion for Fees, Costs & Expenses are granted. The Court approves the proposed Settlement Agreement in its entirety. The Court hereby approves of Defendants' payment of the Gross Settleme nt Amount of $594,000 in connection with this settlement.The Court approves of the notice of class action and settlement distribution by Class Counsel to class members. Defendants Delta-T Group San Diego, Inc. and Delta-T Group Los Angeles, Inc. are hereby ordered to submit to Class Counsel checks made out to each individual class member, along with a check made payable to Class Counsel in the amount of ordered attorneys' fees and litigation costs, within ten (10) business days after t he Settlement Effective Date. The Court hereby dismisses on the merits and with prejudice the Complaint removed to this Court, styled Norris-Wilson, et al. v. Delta-T Group, Inc., et al., Case No. 09CV0916 LAB (RBB). The Parties Joint Motion to Dismi ss Defendant Delta-T Group, Inc. is hereby granted, and the Court hereby strikes Delta-T Group, Inc. from the caption of this lawsuit. It is hereby ordered that the Magistrate Judge shall retain jurisdiction over all disputes between and among the Parties arising out of the settlement agreement, including but not limited to interpretation and enforcement of the terms of the settlement agreement. Signed by Judge Larry Alan Burns on 9/25/12. (kaj)
|December 13, 2011
ORDER Re: Motion to Enforce Settlement Agreement. Plaintiffs' motions to modify the class definition and enforce the settlement are denied. The parties should contact Judge Brooks' chambers to schedule settlement talks within 7 days of the date this Order is entered. Signed by Judge Larry Alan Burns on 12/9/11. (kaj)
|September 30, 2010
ORDER on Cross-Motions for Class Certification; denying in part DTG's 34 Motion to Deny Class Certification; granting plaintiffs' 36 Motion for Class Certification; denying without prejudice DTG's 30 Motion for Summary Judgment; the parties must jointly submit a proposal on scheduling summary judgment motions within 7 days of the date this order is entered; the Court adopts Plaintiffs' class definition and DEFINES the class as follows: All persons who currently work or have worked in California for Defendant(s) as healthcare workers from March 10, 2005 to the present, and are/were classified as independent contractors by Defendant(s); the named Plaintiffs, Norris-Wilson and Papa, will serve as the class representat ives; the Court also believes that the law firm of Nichols Kaster can litigate this case competently,and it APPOINTS Rebekah Bailey, Michele Fisher, and Paul Lukas lead counsel; the parties should jointly submit a proposed notice within 14 days of the date this order is entered; if the parties can't agree on a proposed notice, the parties should each submit their own, with a very short accompanying brief, within 21 days; Signed by Judge Larry Alan Burns on 9/29/10. (kaj)
|June 1, 2010
ORDER on Defendants' 56 Ex Parte Application for Permission to File a Reply to Plaintiffs' Supplemental Brief: Defendants' reply brief is received. Bamgbose is not irrelevant, but neither is the Court bound to follow it. The parties can expect an order on the ultimate class certification to be forthcoming. Signed by Judge Larry Alan Burns on 5/28/10. (pdc) (jrl).
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