Mark et al v. Gawker Media LLC et al
MEMORANDUM & ORDER granting 15 Motion to Certify Class. For the reasons set forth above, Plaintiffs' motion for conditional certification and court authorized notice under§ 216(b) of the FLSA is GRANTED. In its opposition brief, Gawker r equests "an opportunity to meet and confer with Plaintiffs' counsel concerning the proposed notice." Def. Opp. at 24. That request is granted. Counsel for the parties are hereby directed to meet and confer regarding the content and dis semination of the notice and to submit a joint proposal to the Court by August 31, 2014. If the parties are unable to reach complete agreement, they should submit a joint letter by the same date. Their letter should (1) represent that the parties hav e met and conferred, (2) identify the precise issues on which disagreement remains, and (3) set forth each side's position on those issues. The parties should cite case law from courts in this Circuit that supports their arguments. After resolving any remaining issues, the Court will direct the parties to submit a joint proposed notice that reflects such resolution. This resolves Docket No. 15. SO ORDERED.(Signed by Judge Alison J. Nathan on 8/15/2014) (ama)
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