Lopez v. El Mirador, Incorporated et al
ORDER by District Judge Robert C. Brack granting 21 Motion for Extension of Time to File Response/Reply Response is due by 3/24/2017 (jjs)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW MEXICO
MARGARET J. LOPEZ, Individually
and on behalf of all others similarly situated,
Civil Action No. 1:16-cv-01257-RCB-KBM
EL MIRADOR, INCORPORATED
and LOUIS PEREA,
ORDER GRANTING UNOPPOSED MOTION TO EXTEND DEADLINE TO FILE
DEFENDANTS RESPONSE TO PLAINTIFFS MEMORANDUM OF LAW IN SUPPORT
OF MOTION TO CONDITIONALLY CERTIFY A FLSA COLLECTIVE ACTION AND
This matter, having come before the Court on the Unopposed Motion by Defendants to
Extend the Deadline to File a Response to Plaintiff’s Memorandum of Law in Support of the
Motion to Conditionally Certify a FLSA Collective Action and Approve Notice [Doc. 21]
(“Motion” herein), and the Court being advised that the parties have agreed to extend the
deadline for Defendants to file such response for a twenty-one (21) day period; provided that the
statute of limitations for putative FLSA plaintiffs is tolled during the extension, and that
Defendants shall make no effort to resolve potential claims with putative FLSA plaintiffs during
this same period, and the Court otherwise noting that the Motion is unopposed, finds that it is
well taken and is therefore granted.
It is so ordered, adjudged and decreed that Defendants shall have until March 24, 2017 to
file their response to the Motion; that the statute of limitations for putative FLSA plaintiffs is
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tolled during this extension; and that Defendants shall make no effort to resolve potential claims
with putative FLSA plaintiffs during this same period.
ROBERT C. BRACK
United States District Judge
Form of order submitted by:
/s/ Wesley C. Jackson
Wesley C. Jackson, Esq.
Jackson Law, LLC
Attorney for Defendant
7125 Prospect Pl., NE
Albuquerque, NM 87190
Office: (505) 881-7676; Cell: (505) 288-5002
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