Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. Bloomberg L.P.
OPINION & ORDER re: 219 MOTION for Summary Judgment on All Remaining Section 706 Claims Asserted by EEOC on Behalf of the 32 Non-Intervening Claimants filed by Bloomberg L.P. Bloomberg's motion for summary judgment on all remaining Se ction 706 claims brought by the EEOC on behalf of the Non-Intervenors [dkt. no. 219] is GRANTED, and the EEOC is barred from seeking claims on behalf of those individuals. Under 42 U.S.C. § 2000e-5(k), Bloomberg is now a "prevailing party&q uot; as to the EEOC and may file an application for attorneys' fees from the EEOC within twenty days after disposition of the entire case. Formal judgment shall not enter against the EEOC and in favor of Bloomberg until the Court enters judgment on the pending claims of the remaining Plaintiff-Intervenors. (Signed by Judge Loretta A. Preska on 9/9/2013) (mro)
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