Castro v. Stanton Enterprise, Inc. et al
CONSENT JUDGMENT in favor of Miriam Maya Castro against McDonald's Corporation, McDonald's U.S.A., LLC, Stanton Enterprise, Inc., Ann Stanton, Jeff Stanton. Signed by District Judge Robert J. Conrad, Jr on 1/5/2018. (eef)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
MIRAIM MAYA CASTRO,
MCDONALD’S CORPORATION, MCDONALD’S )
U.S.A., LLC, STANTON ENTERPRISE, INC., JEFF )
STANTON, and ANN STANTON,
THIS MATTER comes before the Court on Defendants Stanton Enterprise, Inc., Jeff
Stanton, and Ann Stanton’s offer of judgment, (Doc. No. 55). The parties come before the Court
to stipulate and consent that judgment be entered against Defendants and for Plaintiff Miriam
Maya Castro for the full and final resolution of all claims within Plaintiff’s Amended Complaint,
(Doc. No. 33).
Defendants consent to a judgment against them conditioned on the dismissal, with
prejudice, of all claims Plaintiff raised or could have raised in this action. As such, Defendants
agree to pay Plaintiff:
1. Two thousand five hundred thirty-seven dollars and eighty-two cents ($2,537.82), less
applicable taxes and withholdings, for alleged back pay wages, overtime, and alleged
2. Two thousand five hundred thirty-seven dollars and eighty-two cents ($2,537.82), in
liquidated damages; and
3. Reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs in an amount to be determined by the Court after
a motion seeking such amounts has been filed and briefed by the parties.
Defendants therefore agree to pay Plaintiff a total sum of $5,075.64, plus prejudgment
interest and reasonable attorneys’ fees. Plaintiff, in accordance with Rule 68 of the Federal Rules
of Civil Procedure, has accepted Defendants’ offer of judgment within 14 days. (Doc. No. 55-2).
IT IS, THEREFORE, ORDERED that:
1. Judgment is hereby entered against Defendants and in favor of Plaintiff for the total
sum of $5,075.64, plus prejudgment interest and reasonable attorneys’ fees;
2. Any claims raised in this litigation are rendered moot, are hereby dismissed with
3. The Court considers this action concluded except for the determination of reasonable
attorneys’ fees, which the Court will later determine after a motion seeking such
amounts has been filed and briefed by the parties.
Signed: January 5, 2018
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