ROMERO, et al v. ALLSTATE INSURANCE, et al
ORDER THAT DEFTS' MOTION (ECF DOC. NO. 1174) IS GRANTED AS THERE ARE NO GENUINE ISSUES OF MATERIAL FACT PRECLUDING JUDGMENT AS A MATTER OF LAW BARRING THESE DISPARATE TREATMENT CLAIMS AS UNTIMELY & REQUIRING WE DISMISS PLFFS JOSEPH ECKERT'S, STEVEN EVANS', PHILIP METCALFE'S, CRAIG MILLISON'S PAULA SCHOTT'S & STANLEY SUWALA'S CLAIMS IN COUNT IV. SIGNED BY HONORABLE MARK A. KEARNEY ON 9/5/17. 9/5/17 ENTERED AND COPIES MAILED, E-MAILED AND FAXED.(kw, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
GENE R. ROMERO, et al.,
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY,
01-6764 (Romero II)
03-6872 (Romero III)
AND NOW, this 5th day of September 2017, upon considering Defendants' Motion for
summary judgment on the Phase III Plaintiffs' ADEA disparate treatment claims (Count IV)
(ECF Doc. No. 1174), Plaintiffs' Response (ECF Doc. No. 1184), Defendants' Reply (ECF Doc.
No. 1192) and for reasons in the accompanying Memorandum, it is ORDERED Defendants'
Motion (ECF Doc. No. 1174) is GRANTED as there are no genuine issues of material fact
precluding judgment as a matter of law barring these disparate treatment claims as untimely and
requiring we DISMISS Plaintiffs Joseph Eckert's, Steven Evans', Philip Metcalfe's, Craig
Millison's, Paula Schott's and Stanley Suwala's claims in Count IV.
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