Barnes v. Sensormatic Electronics LLC/Tyco

Filing 43

OPINION and ORDER ADOPTING 40 Final Report and Recommendation and GRANTING the Defendant's 31 Motion for Summary Judgment. Signed by Judge Orinda D. Evans on 2/5/2018. (sap)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT :.COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORG$£ 8 ATLANTA DIVISION 0 5 2018 j Jw•ld'.S i-!.. i'l~i. Uefk : :f122LC.~t:1!:~. MICHAEL BARNES, 1 Plaintiff CIVIL ACTION FILE NO. 1:16-CV-3121-0DE-CMS v. SENSORMATIC ELECTRONICS, LLC, Defendant ORDER This civil case is before the Court on the Final Report and Recommendation of United States Magistrate Judge Catherine M. Salinas filed December 12, 2017 [Doc. 40] ("R&R"). No objections have been filed. In the R&R, Judge Salinas recommends that Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment be granted. After a thorough analysis, Judge Salinas found that Defendant is entitled to summary judgment on both of Plaintiff's claims: ADEA discrimination (failure to hire) and retaliation. The Court having read and considered the R&R and noting the absence of any objections, it is hereby ADOPTED as the opinion and order of the Court. For the reasons set forth in the Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment [Doc. 31] is GRANTED. SO ORDERED, this 5:- day of February, 2018. kfl=u, 1 Plaintiff Michael A. Barnes is proceeding pro se. R&R,

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