Mai v. Nine Line Apparel, Inc.

Filing 32

ORDER dismissing 14 Motion to Seal; granting in part and denying in part 17 Motion for Sanctions; granting 18 Motion to Withdraw ; denying 22 Motion for Sanctions. Defendant is directed to file a motion seeking the reasonable expenses incurred in making its Motion for Sanctions and any related replies within 30 days of the date of this order. Signed by Judge William T. Moore, Jr on 10/10/19. (wwp)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA SAVANNAH DIVISION BRANDY MAI, Plaintiff, CASE NO. CV418-277 V. NINE LINE APPAREL, INC., d/b/a cz Nine Line, a domestic profit corporation, --I Defendant. ORDER ' -J / Before (Doc. the 17), Court is Plaintiff's Defendant's Motion Motion for for Sanctions Sanctions against Defendant (Doc. 22), Defendant's Motion to Seal (Doc. 14), and Defendant's Motion to Withdraw its Motion to Seal (Doc. 18). For the following reasons. Defendant's Motion for Sanctions (Doc. 17) is GRANTED IN PART AND DENIED IN PART and (Doc. Plaintiff's 22) Withdraw Motion is DENIED. its Motion for Sanctions Additionally, to Seal (Doc. Against Defendant's 18) is Defendant Motion GRANTED. to As a result. Defendant's Motion to Seal (Doc. 14) is DISMISSED. BACKGROUND Plaintiff Brandy Mai filed this action on November 27, 2018 alleging subjected to that she, a discrimination female based disabled on her veteran, disability was in violation of the Americans with Disability Act as Amended

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