White v. The NIF Corporation
ORDER ENTERING STIPULATED JUDGMENT in favor of Amanda McGuff, Chelsea Brentzel, Jessica Purdy, Katherine White, Tina Stewart against The NIF Corporation in the amount of $47,303.12, as set out. Signed by District Judge William H. Steele on 5/5/2017. Copy mailed to Leslye Goff. (tgw)
IN THE UNITED DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
individually and on behalf of all
others similarly situated,
THE NIF CRPORATION,
d/b/a ED’S SEAFOOD SHED,
CIVIL ACTION NO.
ORDER ENTERING STIPULATED JUDGMENT
The Parties have agreed to the entry of a stipulated judgment against Defendant based on
the mutual promises contained in their settlement agreement, in accordance with the terms
contained therein. After careful consideration of the record and the parties’ Second Motion for
Settlement Approval (Doc. 99) the Court makes the following findings:
The settlement is fair and reasonable under the governing standards, and the
concerns articulated in Crabtree v. Volkert, Inc., 2013 WL 593500 (S.D. Ala. 2013), are absent.
This Court hereby Orders that judgment is ENTERED against Defendant The NIF
Corporation in favor of
Plaintiff Katherine White in the amount of FOUR THOUSAND, TWO HUNDRED
TWENTY-SEVEN AND 25/100 DOLLARS ($4,227.25);
Plaintiff Chelsea Bentzel in the amount of ONE THOUSAND, SEVEN HUNDRED
FORTY-NINE AND 16/100 DOLLARS ($1,749.16);
Plaintiff Amanda McGuff in the amount of ONE THOUSAND, EIGHT HUNDRED
FIFTY-FOUR AND 17/100 DOLLARS ($1,854.17);
Plaintiff Jessica Purdy in the amount of FOUR HUNDRED FIFTY-SIX AND 65/100
Plaintiff Tina Stewart in the amount of THREE THOUSAND, FOUR HUNDRED
SIXTY-THREE AND 65/100 DOLLARS ($3,463.65);
Plaintiff Danielle Stuchman in the amount of NINE HUNDRED FORTY-SIX AND
00/100 DOLLARS ($946.00); and,
Plaintiffs’ Counsel in the amount of FORTY-SEVEN THOUSAND, THREE
HUNDRED THREE AND 12/100 DOLLARS ($47,303.12).
DONE this 5th day of May, 2017.
s/ WILLIAM H. STEELE
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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