Building Service Pension Trust et al v. SBM Site Services LLC
||Building Service Pension Trust and Service Employees Health and Welfare Trust
||SBM Site Services LLC
||July 28, 2015
||US District Court for the Western District of Washington
||Thomas S. Zilly
|Nature of Suit:
||Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974
|Cause of Action:
||29 U.S.C. § 1145
|Jury Demanded By:
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|June 2, 2017
MINUTE ORDER re 77 Sealed Declaration ; defendants' counsel shall submit a Status Report by 7/14/2017 informing the Court of the status of counsel's efforts to obtain current address information and notify the 81 individuals who have not yet received notice. Authorized by Judge Thomas S. Zilly. (SWT)
|January 23, 2017
MINUTE ORDER Defendant's motions to strike evidence from Sergio Salinas, Blair Fowler, Robert Kendrick, and Michael Monaco, see Def.'s Reply, docket no. 45 at 10-12 & Def.s Oppn, docket no. 49 at 21-23, are DENIED in part and DEFERRED in part as follows. The Court DEFERS its ruling with respect to the final sentence of paragraph three of the Declaration of Robert Kendrick, which provides [a]ccordingly, Capitol's employees were paid less than the wages SBM was required to pay its employees under the terms of the contract SBM already had with the Union. Decl. of Robert Kendrick, docket no. 38 at 3. Otherwise, defendant's motions to strike evidence, docket nos. 45 & 49, are DENIED. Defendant's motion to strike Exhibit D to the Third Declaration of Michael Monaco and any reference thereto, see Def.'s Surreply, docket no. 55, is DENIED by Judge Thomas S. Zilly. (RS)
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