Chaparro v. Brevard Extraditions, Inc. et al

Filing 31

ORDER adopting 30 REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS re 29 Second Amended Joint MOTION to Approve Settlement Agreement filed by Joel Chaparro. See Order for details. This case is DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. The Clerk is DIRECTED to close the file. Signed by Judge Paul G. Byron on 3/20/2017. (MMW)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA ORLANDO DIVISION JOEL CHAPARRO, Plaintiff, v. Case No: 6:16-cv-776-Orl-40DCI BREVARD EXTRADITIONS, INC. and U.S. PRISONER TRANSPORT, INC., Defendants. / ORDER This cause is before the Court on the Second Amended Joint Motion to Approve Settlement Agreement (Doc. 29) filed on January 10, 2017. The United States Magistrate Judge has submitted a report recommending that the motion be granted in part and denied in part. After an independent de novo review of the record in this matter, and noting that no objections were timely filed, the Court agrees entirely with the findings of fact and conclusions of law in the Report and Recommendation. Therefore, it is ORDERED as follows: 1. The Report and Recommendation filed March 3, 2017 (Doc. 30), is ADOPTED and CONFIRMED and made a part of this Order. 2. The Second Amended Joint Motion to Approve Settlement Agreement (Doc. 29) is GRANTED only to the extent the Court finds the settlement is fair and reasonable. 3. The Motion is otherwise DENIED. 4. The following language is STRICKEN from the Amended Settlement Agreement: “Plaintiff shall not initiate or instigate any future judicial or administrative proceedings against the Defendants that in any way involve allegations or facts arising from the hours worked during his employment with the Defendants in any forum as of the date of the execution of this Agreement.” 5. This case is DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. 6. The Clerk is DIRECTED to close the file. DONE AND ORDERED in Orlando, Florida on March 20, 2017. Copies furnished to: Counsel of Record Unrepresented Parties 2

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