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Civil Procedure – Late Answer – Motion To Strike – FLSA Suit (access required)

Although defendant employer filed its answer to plaintiffs’ suit seeking overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards one day late, the Alexandria U.S. District Court denies plaintiffs’ motion to strike defendant’s answer and pay attorney’s fees, in light of the fact that the tardiness of the answer did not prejudice plaintiff. Malla v Rajamani (Cacheris, J.) ...

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