Watts et al v. American Property Maintenance, Inc. et al, No. 1:2014cv01161 - Document 43 (D. Colo. 2015)

Court Description: FINAL JUDGMENT. Pursuant to the Order Granting Joint Motion For Approval Of Settlement Agreement entered by the Honorable William J. Martinez on 2/2/2015, 42 , IT IS ORDERED that: 1. The Parties' Joint Motion for Approval of Settlement Ag reement and Dismissal of Lawsuit 36 is GRANTED. 2. The settlement reached by the Parties represents a fair and equitable resolution of this action, reasonably resolves bona fide disagreements between the Parties regarding the merits of the claims asserted by Plaintiff, and demonstrates a good-faith intention by the Parties that the claims of the Plaintiff be fully and finally resolved, and not re-litigated in whole or in part at any point in the future; 3. The settlement reached by the Pa rties is approved by this Court; 4. Pursuant to the terms of the Parties' settlement agreement, the above-captioned action, including Plaintiff's Fair Labor Standards Act claims, and all claims for relief set forth therein, are DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE; 5.Each party shall bear their own attorney's fees and costs, except as may otherwise be provided in the confidential settlement agreement, by clerk on 2/3/2015. (dhans, )
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Watts et al v. American Property Maintenance, Inc. et al Doc. 43 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Judge William J. Martínez Civil Action No. 14-cv-01161-WJM-BNB TAHONIE WATTS, and LASHAWANDA JENKINS, Plaintiffs, v. AMERICAN PROPERTY MAINTENANCE, INC., and BING D TRAN, Defendants. FINAL JUDGMENT Pursuant to and in accordance with Fed. R. Civ. P. 58(a), all Orders entered during the pendency of this case and the Order Granting Joint Motion For Approval Of Settlement Agreement entered by the Honorable William J. Martínez, United States District Judge, on February 2, 2015, it is ORDERED that 1. The Parties’ Joint Motion for Approval of Settlement Agreement and Dismissal of Lawsuit (ECF No. 36) is GRANTED. 2. The settlement reached by the Parties represents a fair and equitable resolution of this action, reasonably resolves bona fide disagreements between the Parties regarding the merits of the claims asserted by Plaintiff, and demonstrates a good-faith intention by the Parties that the claims of the Plaintiff be fully and finally resolved, and not re-litigated in Dockets.Justia.com whole or in part at any point in the future; 3. The settlement reached by the Parties is approved by this Court; 4. Pursuant to the terms of the Parties’ settlement agreement, the abovecaptioned action, including Plaintiff’s Fair Labor Standards Act claims, and all claims for relief set forth therein, are DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE; 5. Each party shall bear their own attorney’s fees and costs, except as may otherwise be provided in the confidential settlement agreement. Dated at Denver, Colorado this 3rd day of February 2015. BY THE COURT: JEFFREY P. COLWELL, CLERK By: s/Deborah Hansen Deborah Hansen, Deputy Clerk