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15-2364 - Redus v. CSPH Inc


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15-2364 - Redus v. CSPH Inc
February 24, 2017
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MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER: The Court therefore need not reach the other issues raised by the MPO and will GRANT in part and DENY in part CSPH's Motion for Protective Order [Dkt. No. 32] and ORDER consistent with the limitations set by the Court's First Phase of Scheduling Order Regarding Bifurcated Discovery [Dkt. No. 12], as later amended, see Dkt. No. 14; Dkt. No. 19 that Plaintiff John Michael Redus and his counsel will not, without further court authorization, communicate with potential class members to investigate or otherwise obtain discovery on the merits on Redus's claims or on the issue of whether this case is appropriate for litigation as a collection action under the Fair Labor Standards Act, until the Court rules on his Motion for Conditional Certification. (Ordered by Magistrate Judge David L. Horan on 2/24/2017) (mcrd)
February 28, 2017
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***VACATED per 63 Order*** AMENDED MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER: The Court therefore need not reach the other issues raised by the MPO and will GRANT in part and DENY in part CSPH's Motion for Protective Order [Dkt. No. 32] and ORDER consistent with the limitations set by the Court's First Phase of Scheduling Order Regarding Bifurcated Discovery [Dkt. No. 12], as later amended,see Dkt. No. 14; Dkt. No. 19 that Plaintiff John Michael Redus and his counsel will not, without further court authorization, communicate with potential class members to investigate or otherwise obtain discovery on the merits on Redus's claims or on the issue of whether this case is appropriate for litigation as a collective action under the Fair Labor Standards Act, until the Court rules on his Motion for Conditional Certification. And, considering all of the circumstances here and the Court's ruling above, the parties will bear their own expenses, including attorneys' fees, in connection with CSPH's Motion for Protective Order [Dkt. No. 32]. (Ordered by Magistrate Judge David L. Horan on 2/28/2017) (mcrd) Modified on 5/15/2017 (sss).
May 15, 2017
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MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER: The Court GRANTS Plaintiff's Motion for Reconsideration of 2/28/2017, Order [Dkt. No. 53] and Defendant CSPH, Inc.'s Motion for Leave to File Supplemental Evidence in Support of its Motion for Protective Order [Dkt. No. 57]; VACATES the Court's 2/28/2017 Amended Memorandum Opinion and Order [Dkt. No. 50]; DENIES Defendant CSPH, Inc.'s Motion for Protective Order [Dkt. No. 32]; and ORDERS that, considering all of the circumstances here and the Court's ruling above, the parties will bear their own expenses, including attorneys' fees. (Ordered by Magistrate Judge David L. Horan on 5/15/2017) (sss)
May 17, 2017
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MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER granting 20 Motion for Notice to Potential Plaintiffs and Conditional Certification filed by John Michael Redus. The Motion is GRANTED, except that certain objections to the form of Plaintiff's proposed notice are SUSTAINED. The parties are reminded of the Court's requirement to engage in a Rule 16 conference, within 30 days of the close of the opt-in period, for the purpose of presenting an agreed proposed Scheduling Order and Case Management Plan to the court. See First Phase Sched. Ord. [ECF #12] (Ordered by Chief Judge Barbara M.G. Lynn on 5/17/2017) (Attachments: # (1) Additional Page(s) Notice, # (2) Additional Page(s) Consent to Join Lawsuit) (aaa)