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Javansalehi v. BF & Associates, Inc. et al (3:10-cv-00850-PK)

U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon

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  • OPINION & ORDER: For the reasons set forth in this opinion, (i) to the extent defendants' Motion (Document 42) addresses Javansalehi's Section 652.355 claim for wage-claim retaliation, it is construed in part as a motion for reconsider ation, the constructive motion for reconsideration is Granted, and on reconsideration of my prior decision denying partial summary judgment in connection with the Section 652.355 claim, the court's prior decision is Reversed and partial summa ry judgment is Granted as to that claim; (ii) to the extent defendants' motion addresses the method by which Javansalehi's FLSA damages should be calculated, the motion is construed as a motion in limine and the constructive motion is Gra nted; (iii) Javansalehi's Section 652.355 claim is Dismissed with prejudice and Javansalehi's informal request for leave to amend her pleading to state an ERISA claim in its stead is Denied; (iv) the proper method for calculating J avansalehi's FLSA damages is to multiply the number of overtime hours worked times one half Javansalehi's regular hourly rate of pay; and (v) defendants' motion is otherwise Denied as Moot. Signed on 5/2/12 by Magistrate Judge Paul Papak. (gm)

  • OPINION & ORDER: Defendants' Motion for Partial Summary Judgment (Document 19) is Granted in Part and Denied in Part, and Plaintiff's fourth through tenth enumerated causes of action are Dismissed. Signed on 10/31/11 by Magistrate Judge Paul Papak. (gm)

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Javansalehi v. BF & Associates, Inc. et al (3:10-cv-00850-PK)

U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon

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