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Lin v. La Vie en Szechuan Restaurant Corp. et al (1:15-cv-09507-DCF)

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York

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  • MEMORANDUM AND ORDER: For all of the foregoing reasons, it is hereby ORDERED that, pursuant to N.Y. Lab. Law § 198(1-a) and N.Y. Lab. Law § 663(1), in connection with the judgment in Plaintiffs' favor that this Court will is sue in this case as against defendants La Vie En Szechuan, Savour Sichuan, Zhang, Plaintiffs shall be awarded $41,681.81 in attorneys' fees and costs reasonably incurred by Plaintiffs in pursuing their claims under the NYLL. The Clerk of Court is directed to close the motion docketed in this action as Dkt. 123, and Plaintiffs are directed to submit a proposed final judgment to the Court, setting out the damages, interest, and attorneys fees and costs to be awarded in Plaintiffs' favor, as against these Defendants, jointly and severally. (Signed by Magistrate Judge Debra C. Freeman on 4/9/2020) (mro)

  • ORDER. It is hereby ORDERED as follows: 1. The Order To Show Cause (Dkt. 127) is modified so as to extend Wang's deadline to respond until April 30, 2020. 2. If Wang does not respond to the Order To Show Cause by April 30, 2020, then the Court w ill proceed to grant Plaintiffs' motion for a default judgment against him, as to the claims specified in that Order. (See id., at 4.) 3. Plaintiffs' counsel is directed to serve a copy of this Order on Wang, by mail, at the address identif ied in Plaintiffs' March 25, 2020 letter to the Court (see Dkt. 131), and to file proof of such service. So ordered. (Show Cause Response due by 4/30/2020.) (Signed by Magistrate Judge Debra C. Freeman on 3/30/2020) Copies to: All counsel (via ECF) (rjm)

  • ORDER: On February 7, 2020, following a bench trial of this wage-and-hour case, the Court made detailed findings of fact and conclusions of law on the record. The Court found that plaintiffs Yunjian Lin ("Lin") and Yu Huang ("Huang& quot;) (collectively, "Plaintiffs") had both established the liability of defendants La Vie En Szechaun Restaurant Corp., Savour Sichuan Inc., and Yi Zhang (collectively, for purposes of this Order, "Defendants") for violations of the New York Labor Law, for which Plaintiffs were entitled to judgment in their favor. In particular, the Court found that Plaintiffs were entitled to judgment for unpaid overtime and spread-of-hours compensation, liquidated damages on all unpa id wages, penalties for Defendants' failure to provide them with required wage notices and regular wage statements, and prejudgment interest. The Court reserved ruling on the amount of attorneys' fees and litigation costs to which Plainti ffs would also be entitled. Applying the same formulas as the Court described in its oral findings, with the exception of the correction for the rate to be awarded to Huang for the one-half hour per week (which affects only the overtime and liqui dated damages calculations), yields the following amounts of damages for each plaintiff, exclusive of prejudgment interest, attorneys' fees, and costs: and further set forth in this Order. As stated on the record, if the parties are able t o stipulate to a reasonable award of attorneys' fees and costs, then they should submit their stipulation by February 14, 2020. If they are unable to agree on the amount of fees and costs that would be reasonable, then Plaintiffs' counsel is directed to submit a fee application by February 21, 2020. (Signed by Magistrate Judge Debra C. Freeman on 2/11/2020) (rro)

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Lin v. La Vie en Szechuan Restaurant Corp. et al (1:15-cv-09507-DCF)

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York

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