Feliciano et al v. Wehunt
||Clarissa Baker, Chondorra Tucker and Jolevette Feliciano
||Gregory L. Wehunt
||November 9, 2009
||US District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
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|Cause of Action:
||29:216(b) Labor - Minimum wage or overtime compensation
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|April 19, 2010
OPINION and ORDER granting in part and denying in part with leave to renew Plaintiff's 3 Motion for Default Judgment. Plaintiff's motion is GRANTED as to Plaintiff Feliciano's claims against Defendant, and Defendant is DIRECTED to pa y Plaintiff Feliciano $463.75 in overtime pay plus liquidated damages in the same amount for a total of $927.50. Plaintiffs' motion for default judgment is GRANTED as to Plaintiff Baker's claims against Defendant, and Defendant is DIRECTED to pay Plaintiff Baker $594.00 plus liquidated damages in the same amount for a total of $1,188.00. Plaintiffs' motion for default judgment is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART WITH LEAVE TO RENEW as to Plaintiff Tucker' ;s claims against Defendant, and Defendant is DIRECTED to pay Plaintiff Tucker $3,795 in unpaid overtime plus liquidated damages in the same amount for a total of $7,590. As stated previously, Plaintiff Tucker is DIRECTED to file a motion with accompanying affidavit addressing what damages she is owed from November 9, 2007 to February of 2008. Costs and attorneys' fees are awarded in the amount of $5,980.62. Signed by Judge J. Owen Forrester on 4/15/10. (bse)
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