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Brashier et al v. Quincy Property et al (3:17-cv-03022-CSB-EIL)

U.S. District Court for the Central District of Illinois

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  • ORDER entered by Judge Colin Stirling Bruce on 11/19/19. The Report and Recommendation (Document 188) is accepted by this court. The Motion to Approve Settlement (Document 187) is GRANTED. This case is terminated. See written Order. (TC, ilcd)

  • OPINION Entered by Judge Sue E. Myerscough on 04/24/2018. SEE WRITTEN OPINION. The parties' Joint Motion for Conditional Certification of Collective Action and Court Guidance on Class Notice (d/e (Document 132) ) is GRANTED. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED AS FOLLOWS: (1) The Court conditionally certifies a collective action by Plaintiffs and similarly situated members of the class pursuant to 29 U.S.C. § 216(b), defined as: All current and former employees of Defendants who were: classified as s alaried/exempt during the Class Period who held the position or performed the duties of housekeeper, maintenance staff, front desk personnel, skilled trade construction employee, or placing advertising; or classified as salaried/exempt and were not paid a minimum salary of $455 per week. (2) The Court APPROVES Plaintiffs' Proposed Notice of Pending Lawsuit, as amended herein; Plaintiffs' Consent to Sue Under the Fair Labor Standards Act form; and Plaintiffs' Proposed Text Notice, as amended herein; (3) The Court AUTHORIZES Plaintiffs to send the approved notice to the class as defined above. (4) Defendants are ordered to produce to Plaintiffs the names and aliases, home and work addresses, email addresses, and phon e numbers of every salaried/exempt employee who held the title of or performed the duties of housekeeper, housekeeper, maintenance staff, front desk personnel, skilled trade construction employee, and placing advertising after March 1, 2014, as wel l as all salaried/exempt employees who were paid less than $455 per week who worked for Defendants after March 1, 2014. (5) In light of the Joint Motion for Conditional Certification of Collective Action, the following motions are denied as m oot with leave to refile: Plaintiffs' Motion to Certification of Collective Action (d/e (Document 5) ); Plaintiffs' Motion for Certification of Collective Action (d/e (Document 82) ); Defendant American Motels Motion to Dismiss (d/e (Document 98) ); and the Motion (d/e (Document 102) ) to transfer venue and for a more definite statement filed by Defendants B&W Investment Properties, LLC, Brett Burge, County Line Properties I LLC, Jefferson Property, Quentin Kearning, Kenneth Logan, Quincy Property LLC, Springfield Welcome Inn, Vandiver Motel, and Joe Wimberly. (DM, ilcd)

  • OPINION Entered by Judge Sue E. Myerscough on 03/07/2018. SEE WRITTEN OPINION. Plaintiffs' Motion for Tolling of the Statute of Limitations for FLSA Claims of Possible Collective Members (d/e (Document 125) ) is DENIED with leave to refile. (DM, ilcd)

  • OPINION entered by U.S. Magistrate Judge Tom Schanzle-Haskins. Plaintiffs' Motion for Protective Order (Document 96) is ALLOWED in part and DENIED in part. Motion for Protective Order (Document 106) is DENIED as moot. See written order. (LB, ilcd)

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Brashier et al v. Quincy Property et al (3:17-cv-03022-CSB-EIL)

U.S. District Court for the Central District of Illinois

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