Bhumithanarn et al v. 22 Noodle Market Corp. et al
||Manasicha Bhumithanarn, Thipakorn Yoopensuk and Vuttinant Assavasirisilp
||22 Noodle Market Corp., Kanruthai Makmuang and Luck Watanasuparp
||May 20, 2014
||US District Court for the Southern District of New York
||Foley Square Office
||Richard J. Sullivan
|Nature of Suit:
||Fair Labor Standards Act
|Cause of Action:
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|July 13, 2015
OPINION & ORDER re: 19 FIRST MOTION to Amend/Correct 11 Amended Complaint, filed by Vuttinant Assavasirisilp, Thipakorn Yoopensuk, Manasicha Bhumithanarn, 22 FIRST MOTION to Certify Class filed by Vuttinant A ssavasirisilp, Thipakorn Yoopensuk, Manasicha Bhumithanarn. For the reasons set forth above, the Court grants Plaintiff's request to file an amended complaint, conditionally certifies Plaintiffs' first and second causes of action as a collective action under the Fair Labor Standards Act, 29 U.S.C. § 216(b), permits distribution of notice via mail, workplace posting, and text message, and finds that a three-year notice period is appropriate. Defendants shall promptly prov ide Plaintiffs with the names, addresses, and phone numbers for individuals who worked for Defendants between May 20, 2011 and the present in both paper and electronic formats. Further, Plaintiffs shall submit a revised proposed class notice and text message for the Court's approval by July 27, 2015. The parties shall also submit a revised proposed case management plan by August 3, 2015. (Signed by Judge Richard J. Sullivan on 7/13/2015) (mro)
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