Shedrick et al v. District Board of Trustees of Miami Dade College
ORDER STAYING OBJECTION PERIOD TO REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION ON PLAINTIFFS' MOTION FOR CLASS CERTIFICATION. Please see Order for details. Signed by Judge Robin S. Rosenbaum on 7/23/2012. (RSR)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
Case No. 11-21457-CIV-ROSENBAUM
SHACK SHEDRICK, JEROME
MITCHELL, MILTON DAVIS,
and JOHN WILLIAMS, on
behalf of themselves and all
those similarly situated,
DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES
OF MIAMI-DADE COLLEGE,
ORDER STAYING OBJECTION PERIOD FOR REPORT AND
RECOMMENDATION ON PLAINTIFFS’ MOTION FOR CLASS CERTIFICATION
This matter is before the Court on Plaintiffs’ Motion to Amend Their Class Certification
Motion & Extend the Time to File Objections to the Magistrate’s Report [D.E. 58]. In their Motion,
Plaintiffs seek to be excused from filing objections to the Honorable Chris McAliley’s Report and
Recommendation on Plaintiffs’ Motion for Class Certification [D.E. 55] and to proceed instead by
filing an amended motion for class certification. If the Court permits Plaintiffs to file an amended
motion for class certification, Plaintiffs suggest, the amended motion may moot some or all of the
issues raised by Magistrate Judge McAliley’s Report and Recommendation. Plaintiffs note,
however, that Defendant objects to their Amended Motion for Class Certification. In the interests
of judicial economy, it is therefore ORDERED and ADJUDGED that the period for Plaintiffs to
file any objections to Magistrate Judge McAliley’s Report and Recommendation shall be stayed until
three business days after the Court rules on Plaintiffs’ Motion to Amend or further order of this
Court directing a different response period, whichever occurs first.
DONE and ORDERED this 23rd day of July 2012.
ROBIN S. ROSENBAUM
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
The Honorable Chris McAliley
Counsel of Record
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