U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. Cambridge Transportation, Inc.

Filing 33

ORDER ACCEPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION. The Report and Recommendation 30 is ACCEPTED. A civil contempt finding is entered against Cambridge Transportation, Inc. Cambridge Transportation, Inc. is ordered to pay civil contempt sanctions to the EEOC in the amount of $100.00 per day for each day that it remains out of compliance with the EEOC's subpoena, beginning June 7, 2024. (Written Opinion) Signed by Judge Nancy E. Brasel on 7/8/2024. (KMW)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT  DISTRICT OF MINNESOTA    UNITED STATES EQUAL  EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY  COMMISSION,          Petitioner,    v.    CAMBRIDGE TRANSPORTATION,  INC.,          Respondent.    Case No. 23‐MC‐101 (NEB/DJF)        ORDER ACCEPTING REPORT AND  RECOMMENDATION    The Court has received the June 10, 2024, Report and Recommendation of United  States Magistrate Judge Dulce J. Foster. (ECF No. 30.) No party has objected to that Report  and Recommendation, and the Court therefore reviews it for clear error. See Fed. R. Civ.  P. 72(b); Grinder v. Gammon, 73 F.3d 793, 795 (8th Cir. 1996) (per curiam). Finding no clear  error,  and  based  upon  all  the  files,  records,  and  proceedings  in  the  above‐captioned  matter, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT:  1. The Report and Recommendation (ECF No. 30) is ACCEPTED;   2. A civil contempt finding is entered against Cambridge Transportation, Inc.;  and  3. Cambridge Transportation, Inc. is ordered to pay civil contempt sanctions  to the EEOC in the amount of $100.00 per day for each day that it remains  out of compliance with the EEOC’s subpoena, beginning June 7, 2024.    Dated: July 8, 2024                                BY THE COURT:                                s/Nancy E. Brasel      Nancy E. Brasel  United States District Judge  2   

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