Michael Webb et al v. Alpha and Omega Services, Inc. et al

Filing 87

JUDGMENT by Judge R. Gary Klausner. NOTE: CHANGES MADE BY THE COURT. (MD JS-6, Case Terminated). (ah)

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1 JS-6 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 9 CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA 10 MICHAEL WEBB and ROES 1-50 on behalf of themselves and in a 12 representative capacity for all others similarly situated, 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 Plaintiffs, v. Case No.: 5:16-cv-01609-RGK-KK JUDGMENT NOTE: CHANGES MADE BY THE COURT ALPHA AND OMEGA SERVICES, INC.; FRANK KELLER; and DOES 150, inclusive, Defendants. _________________________________ The Court, having reviewed the parties’ Stipulation for Judgment, and good 19 20 cause appearing, hereby ORDERS: 21 1. 22 to the Fair Labor Standards Act, and from Alpha and Omega Services, Inc.: As to the Parties in this case, in connection with the claims brought pursuant 23 a. Allen Martin shall recover $510.00; 24 b. John Kliever shall recover $552.50; 25 c. Michael Webb shall recover $5,482.73; 26 d. Rebecca Hastings shall recover $12,213.02; and 27 e. JacksonLaw, LLP is awarded $42,000.00 in fees and costs. 28 2. As to the Parties in this case, in connection with his claims for violations of California’s wage and hour 1 laws, Michael Webb shall recover $88,391.75 from Alpha and Omega, Inc. 2 3. 3 civil penalties pursuant to California Private Attorneys General Act, Michael Webb 4 shall recover $850.00 from Alpha and Omega Services, Inc. and shall pay that sum 5 to the California Labor Workforce Development Agency. 6 4. 7 ORDERED to forward $75,000 of that amount to plaintiffs’ counsel within 30 days 8 after entry of this Order and is further ordered to pay an additional installment of 9 $15,000 to plaintiffs’ counsel on or before each of the following dates: August 1, As to the Parties in this case, in connection with Michael Webb’s claims for The above judgments total $150,000. Alpha and Omega Services, Inc. is 10 2018; August 1, 2019; August 1, 2020; August 1, 2021; and August 1, 2022. 11 JacksonLaw, LLP is ORDERED to forward the entirety of the amounts due to 12 California’s Labor Workforce Development Agency and each of the above named 13 Fair Labor Standards Act plaintiffs promptly upon receipt of the first $75,000 14 payment. 15 5. 16 payment of their own attorneys fees and cost. 17 IT IS SO ORDERED. 18 // 19 Date: June 22, 2017 Except as stated otherwise herein, all parties are to be responsible for the 20 ___________________________ R. Gary Klausner United States District Judge 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 [Proposed] Judgment Case No.: 16-cv-01609-RGK-KK Page 2

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