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Flsa Settlement Agreement

Flsa Settlement Agreement

These factors are: (1) the complexity, costs and likely duration of the dispute; (2) the reaction of the class to the colony; (3) stage of the procedure and scope of the completed discovery; (4) the risks associated with the determination of liability; (5) the risks of finding damage; (6) the risks of continuing the class action during the trial; (7) Defendants` ability to cope with a higher judgment; (8) the range of adequacy of the resolution fund for optimal recovery; and (9) the range of the adequacy of the settlement fund to a possible recovery, taking into account all the risks associated with a dispute. The court concluded that these factors strongly support the transaction. The trend has been caused in part by an intelligent and counterintuitive method used by courts to file “small” FLSA claims (e.g.B.


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