Epps et al v. Scaffolding Solutions, LLC
||Tony Epps, MATTHEW SULLIVAN, For themselves and on behalf of all others similarly situated, Mike Wall, Shakai Cowell, Christopher Jackson, Eternal Kamal Allah and Justin Switzer
||Scaffolding Solutions, LLC
||October 26, 2017
||US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
||Douglas E. Miller
||Rebecca Beach Smith
|Nature of Suit:
||Fair Labor Standards Act
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|December 17, 2019
ORDER adopting the Report and Recommendations re 120 Report and Recommendations; granting 117 Joint Motion for Settlement Approval in accordance with the Order Granting Joint Motion for Settlement Approval, ECF No. 124, filed simultaneously with this Order. Signed by District Judge Rebecca Beach Smith on 12/17/2019. (tamarm)
|June 7, 2019
ORDER. This court, having examined the Objections to the Magistrate Judge's R&R, and having made de novo findings with respect thereto, hereby OVERRULES IN PART and SUSTAINS IN PART Defendant's Objections and OVERRULES Plaintiffs' Obje ctions. The court ADOPTS and APPROVES IN PART the Magistrate Judge's thorough and well-reasoned R&R, including all recommendations, and MODIFIES IN PART the Magistrate Judge's factual findings as noted above. Accordingly, the court DENIES D efendant's Motion to Decertify, ECF No. 56; GRANTS IN PART and DENIES IN PART Defendant's Motion for Partial Summary Judgment, ECF No. 56; GRANTS Plaintiffs' Motion for Partial Summary Judgment, ECF No. 79; and DISMISSES AS MOOT Defendant's Motion to Dismiss, ECF No. 66. Signed by District Judge Rebecca Beach Smith on 6/7/2019. (jrin)
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