Romero et al v. Anjedev Enterprises et al

Filing 93

OPINION AND ORDER. For the reasons stated, the Court finds that Plaintiffs have proven, by a preponderance of the evidence, the aforementioned violations of the FLSA and the NYLL. Taking into account liquidated damages and prejudgment interest, the N YLL provides greater relief than the FLSA. Plaintiffs are, therefore, entitled to NYLL damages as set forth above and in the appendix to this order. In sum, judgment is to be entered as follows: $475,959.37 to Carmelo Romero and $315,696.00 to Juan Romero, as well as attorneys' fees and costs to be determined. SO ORDERED. (Signed by Judge Analisa Torres on 2/10/2017) (rjm)

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