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07-653 - Shabazz, et al. v. Asurion Insurance Services, Inc., et al.


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07-653 - Shabazz, et al. v. Asurion Insurance Services, Inc., et al.
February 12, 2008
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ORDER: Given the 33 Amended Motion, the original 10 Motion to Conditionally Certify Class and Facilitate Class Notice is denied as moot. Signed by Judge Robert Echols on 2/12/08. (jb)
March 3, 2008
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ORDER: Telephone Conference held on 2/29/08 to discuss 81 pltfs' unopposed motion for status conference and for extension of time to make expert disclosures. The 81 pltfs' motion for extension of time to make expert disclosures is granted. The deadline for pltfs to disclose their experts and their opinions is extended to 4/5/08. All other deadlines shall remain unchanged. Signed by Judge John S. Bryant on 3/3/08. (jb)
April 10, 2008
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MEMORANDUM: Order to enter. Signed by Senior Judge Robert Echols on 4/10/08. (jb)
April 10, 2008
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ORDER: For the reasons set forth in the Memorandum issued contemporaneously herewith, 33 "Plaintiffs' Aemended [sic] Motion to Conditionally Certify Class and Facilitate Class Notice" is granted in part and denied in part as follows: (1) The Motion is granted with respect to all hourly, non-exempt employees of Defendants whose primary job responsibility was or is handling calls from customers and who performed uncompensated work since 6/19/04, at Defendants' call centers at 648 Grassmere Park and 5040 Linbar Drive in Nashville, Tennessee; and (2) The Motion is denied with respect to Plaintiffs' request for class certification and issuance of notice to employees of Defendants' Houston, Texas call center. Said denial is without prejudice to Plaintiffs' right to seek class certification and notice in relation to the Houston, Texas call center should discovery in the matter warrant such a request. Defendants shall produce to Plaintiffs the names and last-known addresses of all non-exempt hourly employees whose primary job responsibility was to handle customer calls at Defendants' two call centers in Nashville, Tennessee from 6/19/04, to the present. Such production shall occur within 10 days of the date of entry of this Order. Counsel for the parties shall meet face-to-face and confer in an effort to arrive at a stipulated proposed Notice which apprises the conditional class of the general nature of Plaintiffs' claims and Defendants' defenses, and sets forth a deadline for potential Plaintiffs to opt-in to the lawsuit. Any such stipulated proposed Notice shall be filed within ten (10) days of the date of entry of this Order. If counsel for the parties cannot come to an agreement on the language of the Notice, Plaintiffs shall file a proposed Notice within 10 days of the date of entry of this Order. Defendants may file any objections to the proposed Notice and file their proposed notice within 15 days of the date of entry of this Order. Signed by Senior Judge Robert Echols on 4/10/08. (jb)