Masters v. Urban Outfitters, Inc.
ORDER: Within 14 days of the entry of this Order, the parties shall file a report advising of the outcome of the 3/23/2018 global settlement mediation and, if such mediation did not result in a settlement of the Plaintiff's claims, identifying their selected mediator for the present action. Signed by District Judge Martin Reidinger on 4/11/2018. (maf)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
CIVIL CASE NO. 1:17-cv-00333-MR-DLH
URBAN OUTFITTERS, INC.,
THIS MATTER is before the Court sua sponte.
On March 12, 2018, the parties submitted a Report of their Rule 26(f)
conference. [Doc. 9]. In that Rule 26(f) Report, the parties advised that the
Plaintiff was an opt-in plaintiff in a now decertified FLSA collective action in
the Eastern District of New York, and that the parties were discussing a
global settlement of all 44 individual cases in that decertified collective action.
The parties further advised that that they planned to participate in a global
settlement mediation on March 23, 2018. [Id.]. The day after the parties filed
their Rule 26(f) Report, the Court entered a Pretrial Order and Case
Management Plan in the present case, ordering the parties to select and
agree upon a mediator and to file with the Court a report identifying their
selected mediator by April 3, 2018. [Doc. 10].
To date, the parties have not filed any report regarding the outcome of
the March 23, 2018 global settlement mediation, nor have they designated a
mediator for the present action.
Accordingly, IT IS, THEREFORE, ORDERED that, within fourteen (14)
days of the entry of this Order, the parties shall file a report advising of the
outcome of the March 23, 2018 global settlement mediation and, if such
mediation did not result in a settlement of the Plaintiff’s claims, identifying
their selected mediator for the present action.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Signed: April 11, 2018
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