Casso-Lopez v. Beach Time Rentals Suncoast, LLC et al
ORDER adopting 45--report and recommendation; granting in part 40--plaintiff's motion for an attorney's fee and costs; directing the clerk to ENTER A JUDGMENT for $8,033.23 in favor of the plaintiff and against the defendants, comprising a $7,393.50 attorney's fee and costs of $639.73. Signed by Judge Steven D. Merryday on 1/7/2021. (BK)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
CASE NO. 8:19-cv-1157-T-23TGW
BEACH TIME RENTALS
SUNCOAST, LLC, et al.,
In this FLSA action, the plaintiff accepts (Doc. 33) the defendants’ offer of
judgment under Rule 68, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and a June 15, 2020
order directs the clerk to enter judgment in favor of the plaintiff and against the
defendants for $17,462.12. After the clerk entered judgment, the plaintiff moves
(Doc. 40) for an attorney’s fee and costs. The defendants challenge (Doc. 41) the
requested attorney’s fee and costs, and an August 10, 2020 order refers the motion
for an attorney’s fee and costs to the magistrate judge for a report and
After careful analysis, the magistrate judge “recommend[s] that attorneys’ fees
of $7,393.50 and costs of $639.73, totaling an award of $8,033.23, be awarded to the
plaintiff.” (Doc. 45 at 17) The well-reasoned report and recommendation applies
customary legal standards and no party objects to the report and recommendation.
The report and recommendation (Doc. 45) is ADOPTED, and the plaintiff’s motion
(Doc. 40) for an attorney’s fee and costs is GRANTED-IN-PART. The clerk is
directed to enter an $8,033.23 judgment in favor of the plaintiff and against the
defendants, comprising a $7,393.50 attorney’s fee and costs of $639.73.
ORDERED in Tampa, Florida, on January 7, 2021.
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