Hardy v. Cambridge Security Services, Corp.

Filing 13

ORDER granting 12 Motion to Certify Class: The Court conditionally certifies this case to proceed as a collective action under § 216(b) of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Defendant shall provide plaintiff with the names and addresses of all cu rrent and former armed guards who were paid by Cambridge on a 1099 basis and who worked in excess of forty (40) hours per week, who were employed by Cambridge at any time during the last three years, by April 11, 2013. Plaintiff shall mail the revise d notice of collective action attached to this order by April 22, 2013, and any opt-in plaintiffs shall file their consent to sue forms by June 24, 2013. The Court shall hold a status conference on June 27, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. in Courtroom 11A.. Ordered by Magistrate Judge Lois Bloom on 3/29/2013. (Attachments: # 1 Notice, # 2 Consent) (Frankel, Dustin)

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CONSENT TO JOIN COLLECTIVE ACTION LAWSUIT REGARDING WAGES HARDY v. CAMBRIDGE SECURITY SERVICES, CORP. 12 CV 5619 (ERK)(LB) By signing below, I ________________________, consent to participate in this lawsuit. (print name) SIGNATURE: PRINT NAME: ADDRESS: CITY, STATE, ZIP: EMAIL ADDRESS: TELEPHONE NO.: THE LAST DAY TO SUBMIT THIS CONSENT TO JOIN FORM IS JUNE 24 , 2013. CONSENT TO JOIN FORMS SUBMITTED AFTER JUNE 24, 2013 WILL BE REJECTED UNLESS GOOD CAUSE IS SHOWN FOR THE DELAY IF YOU WISH TO SEEK RECOVERY OF UNPAID OVERTIME UNDER THE FEDERAL FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT, YOU MUST MAIL THIS CONSENT TO JOIN FORM POSTMARKED BY JUNE 24, 2013 TO: CLERK OF COURT Re: Cambridge Lawsuit United States District Court, EDNY 225 Cadman Plaza East Brooklyn, NY 11201 If you fail to return a signed Consent to Join Form by JUNE 24, 2013, you may not be eligible to participate in the FLSA portion of this lawsuit

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