National Labor Relations Board v. M&B Services, Inc. et al

Filing 4

FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATION - For the reasons herein, it is recommended that the Default Contempt Adjudication that was proposed to the Fifth Circuit by the NLRB on July 17, 2017 be entered. Signed by Magistrate Judge Michael North. (Attachments: # 1 Copy of Correspondence)(NEF: Allison Lopez)(bwn)

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OSBORN & OSBORN A Professional Law Corporation Suite 501 2439 Manhattan Boulevard Harvey, Louisiana 70058 R. A. “Trey” Osborn, III 1969 - 2006 362-0691 Telefax (504) 362-5860 E-Mail: Mailing Address: P. O. Box 0457 Harvey, LA 70059-0457 Telephone (504) August 22, 2017 BY ELECTRONIC TRANSMISSION Hon. Michael B. North U. S. Magistrate Judge 500 Poydras Street, Room B 419 New Orleans, LA 70130 Re: NLRB v. M & B Services, Inc., et. al. Miscellaneous Action #17-7347 Dear Judge North: I have now had an opportunity to review the history and documents in this case and also to discuss the matter on several occasions with Mr. and Mrs. Berry. Included in the case record is the “NLRB’s Motion For Entry Of Default Contempt Adjudication” and the draft order entitled “Default Contempt Adjudication” submitted to the Fifth Circuit on July 17, 2017. My understanding is that the Fifth Circuit has not acted on that motion and referred the matter to you for adjudication. After reviewing the matter with the Defendants, Mr. and Mrs. Berry, I am authorized to advise the court that my clients will not contest the motion or the contempt adjudication and will consent to the entry of Judgment pursuant to the draft order entitled “Default Contempt Adjudication” as submitted by the NLRB to the Fifth Circuit, and to this court’s Order issued on August 1, 2017. Counsel for the NLRB is being notified by copy of this correspondence. Very truly yours, R. A. Osborn, Jr. RAOjr/ldc

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