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Wynne v. McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants

December 10, 2009

JUANITA WYNNE AND DANTE BYRD, ON BEHALF OF THEMSELVES AND CLASSES OF THOSE SIMILARLY SITUATED, PLAINTIFFS,
v.
MCCORMICK & SCHMICK'S SEAFOOD RESTAURANTS, INC. AND MCCORMICK & SCHMICK RESTAURANT CORP., DEFENDANTS.



The opinion of the court was delivered by: Honorable Claudia Wilken Judge, United States District Court

JOINT STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER EXTENDING TIME FOR DEFENDANTS TO SUBMIT PROGRESS REPORT TO DIVERSITY MONITOR AND CLASS COUNSEL

JOINT STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER EXTENDING TIME TO PRODUCE REPORT

WHEREAS, this Court entered final approval of the Consent Decree on August 6, 2008;

submit an annual Progress Report to the Diversity Monitor and Class Counsel on an annual basis and provides that the reports are due 30 days after the close of designated reporting periods;

other things, whether certain hiring benchmarks for the hiring of African-American 9 job applicants are met in a given reporting year;

WHEREAS, Section XVIII(C) of the Consent Decree requires Defendants to

WHEREAS, the Consent Decree requires that Defendants report, among

WHEREAS, this Court entered an Order dated October 1, 2009, amending Section XVIII(C) of the Consent Decree to give Defendants 90 days after the close of the designated reporting periods to submit the Annual Progress Report;

WHEREAS, on November 10, 2009, this Court entered an Order granting the Parties' stipulation that Defendants be provided an extension of two weeks to submit its first annual progress report to the Diversity Monitor and Class Counsel;

the hiring benchmark analyses after it was discovered upon reviewing the initial 18 benchmark analyses that hire data used to generate the benchmark analyses was not complete;

WHEREAS, Defendants require an additional one-week extension to re-run

WHEREAS, the Parties have met and conferred on this issue, and Class Counsel does not oppose Defendants' proposal that Defendants be provided an additional week to submit the first progress report for the 2009 reporting year; and

WHEREAS, the Parties agree that this proposed one-week extension to extend the date for submission of the first Progress Report to the Diversity Monitor and Class Counsel does not materially alter Defendants' obligations under the

IT IS HEREBY STIPULATED BY AND BETWEEN THE PARTIES that Defendants shall have an additional one week to submit the first annual Progress Report as set forth in Section XVIII(C) of the ...


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