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13-12832 - Gourdeau v. City of Newton

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13-12832 - Gourdeau v. City of Newton
September 16, 2016
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District Judge Leo T. Sorokin: ORDER entered Order on Report and Recommendation For the foregoing reasons, as well as the reasons advanced in the Report andRecommendation (CM/ECF No. 61), Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment (CM/ECF No. 37) is ALLOWED as to Counts I and II, but DENIED as to Count III. Within fourteen (14) days, the parties shall file a joint status report stating (a) the anticipated duration of trial; (b) whether the parties anticipate any mediation process and, if so, the amount of time needed for such a process (either in the Courts mediation program or otherwise as the parties prefer); and (c) whether all parties consent to the exercise of jurisdiction by the magistrate judge assigned to this case (the parties shall not report their individual positions and the failure to consent shall not result in any adverse substantive consequence). (Montes, Mariliz) (Additional attachment(s) added on 9/21/2016: # (1) Report and Recommendations) (Russo, Noreen).
October 18, 2016
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District Judge Leo T. Sorokin: ORDER entered denying 67 Motion for Entry of Separate and Final Judgment and to Stay the Remaining Claim (Montes, Mariliz)
March 2, 2017
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Judge William G. Young: ORDER entered. MEMORANDUM OF DECISION "For the preceding reasons, this Court held that a general verdict was inappropriate in this case and instead charged the jury to return a special verdict under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 49(a). This Court now concludes that retaliation claims brought under the FMLA must be proved according to a but-for causation standard."(Sonnenberg, Elizabeth)