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04-2869 - Kauffman v. Maxim Healthcare Services, Inc.


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04-2869 - Kauffman v. Maxim Healthcare Services, Inc.
May 6, 2005
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MEMORANDUM & ORDER re 36 Letter: For the reasons set forth in the attached Memorandum and Order, plaintiff Brian Kauffman's letter of April 27, 2005, as well as defendant Maxim Health Care Services, Inc.'s letter of May 4, 2005, are both rejected for non-compliance with Rule III.A.3 of my individual practice rules. As a result, there is no discovery dispute currently before me. Signed by Judge James Orenstein on May 6, 2005. (Rivner, Asher)
June 1, 2005
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, Thomas)MEMORANDUM AND OPINION re: Plaintiff's Objections to USMJ James Orenstein's April 7, 2005 M&O. The Order of the Magistrate on these issues is affirmed. See order for further details.. Ordered by Judge Thomas C. Platt on 5/17/2005. (Platt
October 4, 2005
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MEMORANDUM AND ORDER - Plaintiff seeks an Order compelling Maxim to answer these interrogatatories, which plaintiff describes as "similarly themed" and "related" to Document Requests Nos. 16 and 18 in that they seek the identity and other employment information of employees disciplined or terminated because of financial performance or because of "several factors" also related to Plaintiff's termination (Bernbach Letter, 5/11/05, at 2). However, Plaintiff's application to Magistrate Orenstein prior to the 5/16/05, conference which addressed Document Requests Nos. 16, 18, and others, failed to formally request an Order for these interrogatories. Accordingly, Plaintiff's motion for such an Order from this Court is denied. The Order of the Magistrate on these issues is adopted and affirmed, and it is SO ORDERED. SEE Order for further details. (Signed by Judge Thomas C. Platt on 10/4/05). C/ECF.(Coleman, Laurie)
October 18, 2005
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ORDER re 52 Letter, 53 Letter. The plaintiff's letter-motion to compel discovery is denied without prejudice to renewal if the exchange of expert reports makes the requested material relevant. Consistent with the terms of my order of July 18, 2005, the exchange of expert reports must now be completed by November 18, 2005. To the extent the plaintiff's letter-motion seeks a further extension of that deadline, it is denied. I will enter a separate Second Amended Case Management and Scheduling Order setting forth other deadlines as revised in conformity with my order of July 18, 2005. (SEE ATTACHED ORDER) Ordered by Judge James Orenstein on October 18, 2005. (Orenstein, James)
July 13, 2006
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MEMORANDUM AND OPINION: For reasons outlined in this order dft's motion for summary judgment is DENIED in all respects, since dft asserts that Plf has failed to state prima facie claims of retaliation and disicrimination.. Ordered by Judge Thomas C. Platt on 7/13/06. (Barhome, Sydelle)
September 9, 2008
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MEMORANDUM AND ORDER denying 136 Motion to Alter Judgment; granting 138 Motion for Attorney Fees; granting 154 Motion for Attorney Fees. Plaintiff's for attorneys' fee is granted as follows: Attorney Jeffrey Bernbach's hourly rate is set at $400.00 per hour; Attorney Jeffrey Bernbach shall be reimbursed for (1) 462.56 hours at $400 per hour; and (2) 79.3 hours for travel at $200 per hour. Attorney Jason Bernbach's hourly rate is set at $300 per hour; Attorney Jason Bernbach shall be reimbursed for (1) 836.92 at $300 per hour; 43.8 hours for travel at $150 per hour; 17.5 hours for administrative tasks at $75 per hour. The $7,010.77 sought for out-of-pocket expenses is granted in toto. Thus, the attorneys' fees award totals $475,569.77. SO ORDERED. Ordered by Judge Sandra J. Feuerstein on 9/9/08. (Brienza, Lauren) Modified on 9/10/2008 (Brienza, Lauren).