Case: NAACP Jefferson County Branch v. U.S. Secretary of Labor

1:82-cv-02315 | U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia

Filed Date: Aug. 17, 1982

Closed Date: Sept. 25, 1996

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Case Summary

In 1982, the NAACP filed a class action on behalf of farmworkers (apple pickers) in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, challenging the Department of Labor's interpretation of its temporary foreign worker program regulations as applied to certain West Virginia apple growers. The complaint alleged that the Department misinterpreted the regulations in a way that allowed grower productivity expectations for apple pickers to increase, thereby resulting in less pay for workers. The Di…

In 1982, the NAACP filed a class action on behalf of farmworkers (apple pickers) in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, challenging the Department of Labor's interpretation of its temporary foreign worker program regulations as applied to certain West Virginia apple growers. The complaint alleged that the Department misinterpreted the regulations in a way that allowed grower productivity expectations for apple pickers to increase, thereby resulting in less pay for workers. The District Court agreed and entered a judgment in favor of the plaintiffs, directing the Department to properly enforce its piece rate regulations to assure that apple-pickers were paid correctly. NAACP, Jefferson County Branch v. Donovan, 558 F.Supp. 218 (D.D.C.1982). The District Court later extended its ruling to a nationwide class. NAACP, Jefferson County Branch v. Donovan, 566 F.Supp. 1202, 1206 (D.D.C.1983).

In 1983, the Department issued an amended piece rate regulation, which became the subject of more litigation. NAACP, Jefferson County Branch v. Donovan, 566 F.Supp. 1202 (D.D.C. 1983) (upholding the amended regulation); reversed by N.A.A.C.P., Jefferson County Branch v. Donovan, 737 F.2d 67 (D.C.Cir. 1984); on remand, NAACP, Jefferson County Branch v. Donovan, 1984 WL 3184 (D.D.C. Aug 15, 1984) (again upholding the amended regulation); reversed by N.A.A.C.P., Jefferson County Branch v. Donovan, 765 F.2d 1178 (D.C.Cir.1985).

In 1986, some of the plaintiffs who worked as both apple-pickers and sugar-cane cutters filed a motion for further relief alleging that the Department of Labor was not enforcing its piece-rate regulations in the sugar cane industry. That part of the case dragged on for years, resulting in a number of Court orders. See NAACP, Jefferson County Branch v. Brock, 619 F.Supp. 846 (D.D.C. 1985); NAACP, Jefferson County Branch v. McLaughlin, 703 F.Supp. 1014 (D.D.C. 1989); N.A.A.C.P., Jefferson County Branch v. U.S. Secretary of Labor, 846 F.Supp. 91 (D.D.C. 1994); NAACP, Jefferson County Branch v. U.S. Secretary of Labor, 865 F.Supp. 903 (D.D.C. 1994); NAACP v. Martin, 1995 WL 870020 (D.D.C. Feb 06, 1995). The case was eventually ordered to be dismissed in 1996 by the Court of Appeals, without any relief being granted to the sugar cane cutters. N.A.A.C.P., Jefferson County Branch v. U.S. Sugar Corp., 84 F.3d 1432 (D.C.Cir. 1996).

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Dan Dalton (1/3/2008)

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People


Judge(s)

Ginsburg, Douglas E. (District of Columbia)

Randolph, Arthur Raymond (District of Columbia)

Richey, Charles Robert (District of Columbia)

Attorneys(s) for Plaintiff

Arnow, Geoffrey F. (New York)

Davis, Shelley F. (District of Columbia)

Geffert, Garry C. (West Virginia)

Goldberg, Thomas D. (Connecticut)

Goldman, Gerald (District of Columbia)

Goldstein, Bruce Nevin (District of Columbia)

Gorman, David L. (Florida)

Judge(s)

Ginsburg, Douglas E. (District of Columbia)

Randolph, Arthur Raymond (District of Columbia)

Richey, Charles Robert (District of Columbia)

Attorneys(s) for Plaintiff

Arnow, Geoffrey F. (New York)

Davis, Shelley F. (District of Columbia)

Geffert, Garry C. (West Virginia)

Goldberg, Thomas D. (Connecticut)

Goldman, Gerald (District of Columbia)

Goldstein, Bruce Nevin (District of Columbia)

Gorman, David L. (Florida)

Lacovara, Phillip A. (District of Columbia)

Rosenthal, Roger C. (District of Columbia)

Stein, William R. (Florida)

Stern, Ronald A. (District of Columbia)

Tuddenham, Edward John (Texas)

Williams, Robert A. (Florida)

Attorneys(s) for Defendant

Alter, Bruce W. (District of Columbia)

Bates, John D. (District of Columbia)

Costantino, Vincent C. (District of Columbia)

DuRoss, William H. III (District of Columbia)

Harris, Stanley S. (District of Columbia)

Hennemuth, Jeffrey A. (District of Columbia)

Holder, Eric H. Jr. (District of Columbia)

Lamberth, Royce C. (District of Columbia)

Lawrence, R. Craig (District of Columbia)

Raymond, Charles D. (District of Columbia)

Reardon, Timothy J. (District of Columbia)

Ryan, Michael Joseph (District of Columbia)

Sheinfeld, Harry (District of Columbia)

Stanley, Richard A. (District of Columbia)

Williamson, Thomas S. Jr. (District of Columbia)

Other Attorney(s)

Burgoyne, Robert Anthony (District of Columbia)

Hart, Jonathon D. (District of Columbia)

Milch, Thomas H. (District of Columbia)

Muraro, Robert E. (District of Columbia)

Paxton, Sally P. (District of Columbia)

Robinson, Frederick (District of Columbia)

Schweitzer, Sarah L. (District of Columbia)

Simpson, John M. (District of Columbia)

Expert/Monitor/Master

Tatel, David S. (District of Columbia)

Documents in the Clearinghouse

Document

1:82-cv-02315

Docket (PACER)

NAACP v. Martin

March 27, 1997

March 27, 1997

Docket

1:82-cv-02315

Memorandum Opinion [re: Summary Judgment]

NAACP v. Donovan

558 F.Supp. 218

Sept. 3, 1982

Sept. 3, 1982

Order/Opinion

1:82-cv-02315

Memorandum Opinion [re: Attorney Fees]

NAACP v. Donovan

554 F.Supp. 715

Dec. 14, 1982

Dec. 14, 1982

Order/Opinion

1:82-cv-02315

[Order re: Cross-Motions for Summary Judgment]

NAACP v. Donovan

566 F.Supp. 1202

June 28, 1983

June 28, 1983

Order/Opinion

1:82-cv-02315

Statement of Case

NAACP v. Donovan

1984 WL 3184, 1984 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 24324

Aug. 15, 1984

Aug. 15, 1984

Order/Opinion

1:82-cv-02315

Opinion [Denying Plaintiff's Applications]

NAACP v. Brock

619 F.Supp. 846

Oct. 10, 1985

Oct. 10, 1985

Order/Opinion

1:82-cv-02315

[Order]

NAACP v. McLaughlin

703 F.Supp. 1014

Jan. 17, 1989

Jan. 17, 1989

Order/Opinion

1:82-cv-02315

Order [re: Discovery Motions]

NAACP v. Dole

1990 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 4664

April 23, 1990

April 23, 1990

Order/Opinion
246

1:82-cv-02315

Memorandum Opinion of Charles R. Richey United States District Judge

NAACP v. U.S. Secretary of Labor

846 F.Supp. 91

Feb. 22, 1994

Feb. 22, 1994

Order/Opinion
275

1:82-cv-02315

Memorandum Opinion [Denying Summary Judgment]

NAACP v. U.S. Secretary of Labor

865 F.Supp. 903

Sept. 22, 1994

Sept. 22, 1994

Order/Opinion

Resources

Docket

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ECF Number Description Date Link Date / Link
203

COMPLAINT filed (lpp) Modified on 07/23/1992 (Entered: 07/23/1992)

Aug. 17, 1982

Aug. 17, 1982

ALL DOCKET ENTRY BEFORE MAY 15, 1992 ARE LOCATED IN THE BOOK OF PAPER DOCKETS FOR THE YEAR 1982 IN ROOM 1825 (lpp) (Entered: 07/23/1992)

July 15, 1992

July 15, 1992

204

ORDER by Judge Charles R. Richey : setting hearing on parties oral arguments on defendants motion to certify class and the plaintiffs' motion for protective order for 8/3/92, at 2:30 p.m. (N) (lpp) (Entered: 07/23/1992)

July 15, 1992

July 15, 1992

205

MOTION filed by intervenor U.S. SUGAR CORP. for protective order Exhibit: (5) (lpp) (Entered: 07/23/1992)

July 17, 1992

July 17, 1992

206

MOTION filed by intervenor U.S. SUGAR CORP. to reschedule oral argument, points and authorities in support and request for expeditious consideration (lpp) (Entered: 07/23/1992)

July 21, 1992

July 21, 1992

207

NOTICE OF FILING by plaintiff(s) NAACP UNDER SEAL of Plaintiffs' Memorandum in response to the United States Department of Labor 10/13/87 draft report and exhibits (11) FILED UNDER SEAL in room 1800 (lpp) (Entered: 07/23/1992)

July 21, 1992

July 21, 1992

208

ORDER by Judge Charles R. Richey : Granting defendant-intervenors' moton to reschedule hearing; status conference set for 8/14/92, at 10:00 at which time counsel shall be prepared to argue any and all outstanding motions and strategies for resolving the case in moot expedious manner possible status hearing set for 8/14/92 ; (N) (lpp) (Entered: 07/24/1992)

July 22, 1992

July 22, 1992

209

RESPONSE by plaintiff NAACP to motion for protective order [205-1] by U.S. SUGAR CORP.; Attachments (7). (pao) Modified on 07/29/1992 (Entered: 07/29/1992)

July 28, 1992

July 28, 1992

210

MOTION filed to intervene WFTV, INC. ; EXHIBIT (REQUEST FOR PROTECTIVE ORDER) (ks) (Entered: 07/29/1992)

July 28, 1992

July 28, 1992

211

NOTICE OF FILING by plaintiffs of Change of address of Robert A. Williams, Attorney for Plaintiffs (lpp) (Entered: 08/14/1992)

Aug. 13, 1992

Aug. 13, 1992

MOTION HEARING before Judge Charles R. Richey, Motion of defendants to decertify class heard and taken under advisement; motion of defendant for protective order to be referred to a Magistrate Judge for a report and recommendation; motion of defendants to dismiss heard and taken under advisement; Reporter: Fran Rangus (lpp) (Entered: 09/08/1992)

Aug. 31, 1992

Aug. 31, 1992

212

MOTION filed by plaintiff(s) NAACP for leave to file second amended complaint adn to join an additional plaintiff Exhibit (2) (lpp) (Entered: 11/05/1992)

Nov. 3, 1992

Nov. 3, 1992

220

AMENDED COMPLAINT by plaintiff(s) NAACP adding JULIAN HRNRY amending complaint [203-1] (lpp) (Entered: 01/27/1993)

Nov. 6, 1992

Nov. 6, 1992

214

RETURN OF SERVICE executed 11/9/92, upon Michael J. Ryan, Harry L. Sheinfeld, and Lynn Martin (lpp) (Entered: 11/19/1992)

Nov. 17, 1992

Nov. 17, 1992

215

RESPONSE (OPPOSITIONS) by defendant LYNN MARTIN to order to show cause[213-1] (lpp) (Entered: 11/23/1992)

Nov. 20, 1992

Nov. 20, 1992

221

MOTION filed by intervenor U.S. SUGAR CORP. to dismiss on ripeness grounds, Exhibits:(3) (lpp) (Entered: 02/16/1993)

Nov. 20, 1992

Nov. 20, 1992

216

REPLY by plaintiff(s) NAACP to response to motion for leave to file second amended complaint adn to join an additional plaintiff [212-1] by NAACP, Exhibits: (3) (lpp) (Entered: 11/27/1992)

Nov. 25, 1992

Nov. 25, 1992

217

NOTICE OF FILING by defendant LYNN MARTIN receipt of Federal Defendants' response to order to show cause dated 11/20/92 (lpp) (Entered: 11/27/1992)

Nov. 25, 1992

Nov. 25, 1992

SHOW CAUSE HEARING before Judge Charles R. Richey reporter: Marilyn Young (jeb) (Entered: 11/30/1992)

Nov. 30, 1992

Nov. 30, 1992

218

ORDER by Judge Charles R. Richey : denying motion for leave to file second amended complaint and granting motion of plaintiff to join an additional plaintiff [212-1] by NAACP; denying the intervenor-defendant's motion to dismiss without prejudice; directing that the defendant Department of Labor shall file its Final Report in response to this Court's Order of 9/25/86 by 4/30/93 by 4:00 PM; dismissing case without prejudice subject to the plaintiffs' right to reopen the case after 4/30/93 by oral application to the Court's Clerk upon the completion and issuance of the Department of Labor's Final Report, at which time the parties shall file with the Court a joint pleading setting forth the precise issue or issues, if any, needing resolution by the Court and a prospective schedule for the Court's consideration and review.(N) (jeb) Modified on 12/01/1992 (Entered: 12/01/1992)

Nov. 30, 1992

Nov. 30, 1992

219

TRANSCRIPT filed for date(s) of 11/30/92. Reporter: Marilyn G. Young (dmb) (Entered: 12/17/1992)

Dec. 16, 1992

Dec. 16, 1992

222

STATUS REPORT by defendant LYNN MARTIN (lpp) (Entered: 05/03/1993)

April 30, 1993

April 30, 1993

223

REPLY by plaintiff(s) NAACP to status report [222-1] by LYNN MARTIN (lpp) (Entered: 05/07/1993)

May 6, 1993

May 6, 1993

225

STATUS REPORT by defendant LYNN MARTIN (lpp) (Entered: 09/27/1993)

Sept. 24, 1993

Sept. 24, 1993

226

NOTICE OF DECISION by plaintiffs JULIAN HRNRY, and NAACP; attachments (2). (bm) (Entered: 10/26/1993)

Oct. 25, 1993

Oct. 25, 1993

227

STATUS REPORT by defendant LYNN MARTIN (lpp) (Entered: 11/01/1993)

Oct. 29, 1993

Oct. 29, 1993

228

NOTICE OF FILING by defendant LYNN MARTIN; U. S. Department of Labor's Final Report regarding Methods of Payment in Sugar Cane with attachments (3). (bm) (Entered: 11/17/1993)

Nov. 12, 1993

Nov. 12, 1993

Case Reopened (jeb) (Entered: 11/30/1993)

Nov. 30, 1993

Nov. 30, 1993

229

OBJECTION by intervenor U.S. SUGAR CORP. to "Reopening" of case. (bm) (Entered: 12/03/1993)

Dec. 2, 1993

Dec. 2, 1993

230

NOTICE OF FILING by plaintiffs, defendant, intervenor of statement of issues and proposed briefing schedule. (bm) (Entered: 12/06/1993)

Dec. 3, 1993

Dec. 3, 1993

STATUS HEARING before Judge Charles R. Richey : Reporter: Frank Rangus (jeb) (Entered: 12/16/1993)

Dec. 16, 1993

Dec. 16, 1993

231

ORDER by Judge Charles R. Richey : directing the defendant and the defendant-intervenors to file any preliminary motions relating to questions of jurisdiction or venue by 1/7/94 by 4:00 p.m.; directing the plaintiff to file responses in opposition by 1/17/94 by 4:00 p.m.; directing that any relies be filed by 1/22/94 by 4:00 p.m.; directing that if such motions are denied and it is determined that the Court does have jurisdiction to hear this case, any and all other motions shall be filed by 2/28/94 by 4:00 p.m; responses in opposition to be filed by 3/11/94; replies to be filed by 3/18/94; vacating the Court's oral order of 12/16/93 to dismiss the case. (N) (jeb) (Entered: 12/16/1993)

Dec. 16, 1993

Dec. 16, 1993

232

TRANSCRIPT filed for date(s) of 12/16/93. Reporter: Frank Rangus (bjl) (Entered: 12/23/1993)

Dec. 22, 1993

Dec. 22, 1993

233

MOTION filed by intervenor U.S. SUGAR CORP. to dismiss , and for summary judgment on jurisdictional grounds , Exhibits: (12) (lpp) (Entered: 01/10/1994)

Jan. 7, 1994

Jan. 7, 1994

234

MOTION filed by defendant LYNN MARTIN to modify scheduling order (lpp) (Entered: 01/10/1994)

Jan. 7, 1994

Jan. 7, 1994

235

MOTION filed by defendant LYNN MARTIN to dismiss this case , Exhibit (2) (lpp) (Entered: 01/10/1994)

Jan. 7, 1994

Jan. 7, 1994

237

MOTION filed by intervenor U.S. SUGAR CORP. to modify briefing schedule (lpp) (Entered: 01/25/1994)

Jan. 14, 1994

Jan. 14, 1994

236

MEMORANDUM by plaintiffs in opposition to motion to dismiss this case [235-1] by LYNN MARTIN, motion to dismiss [233-1] by U.S. SUGAR CORP., motion to dismiss on ripeness grounds, [221-1] by U.S. SUGAR CORP.; Exhibits (11) (BULKY) (ab) Modified on 01/24/1994 (Entered: 01/24/1994)

Jan. 18, 1994

Jan. 18, 1994

238

RESPONSE by plaintiff(s) JULIAN HRNRY, plaintiff(s) NAACP to motion to modify briefing schedule [237-1] by U.S. SUGAR CORP. (lpp) (Entered: 01/26/1994)

Jan. 25, 1994

Jan. 25, 1994

239

MOTION filed by defendant LYNN MARTIN for leave to file reply memorandum out of time ; EXHIBIT (FEDERAL DEFENDANTS' REPLY MEMORANDUM TO PLAINTIFFS' RESPONSE TO FEDERAL DEFENDANTS' MOTION TO DISMISS) (adc) (Entered: 01/27/1994)

Jan. 26, 1994

Jan. 26, 1994

240

MOTION filed by intervenor U.S. SUGAR CORP. to modify briefing schedule for jurisdictional motions and points and authorities in support thereof (adc) (Entered: 01/27/1994)

Jan. 26, 1994

Jan. 26, 1994

241

REPLY by intervenor U.S. SUGAR CORP. in support of motion to dismiss [233-1] by U.S. SUGAR CORP., motion for summary judgment on jurisdictional grounds [233-2] by U.S. SUGAR CORP.; exhibit (1) (adc) (Entered: 01/27/1994)

Jan. 26, 1994

Jan. 26, 1994

242

ORDER by Judge Charles R. Richey : granting motion for leave to file reply memorandum out of time [239-1] by LYNN MARTIN; directing that federal defendants' reply memorandum lodged with the Court on 1/26/94 be accepted for filing. (N) (jeb) (Entered: 01/31/1994)

Jan. 31, 1994

Jan. 31, 1994

243

ORDER by Judge Charles R. Richey : granting motion to modify briefing schedule for jurisdictional motions and points and authorities in support thereof [240-1] by U.S. SUGAR CORP. (N) (jeb) (Entered: 01/31/1994)

Jan. 31, 1994

Jan. 31, 1994

268

REPLY by defendant LYNN MARTIN to response to defendnat's motion to dismiss {235-1} (lpp) (Entered: 03/30/1994)

Jan. 31, 1994

Jan. 31, 1994

MOTION HEARING before Judge Charles R. Richey by LYNN MARTIN motion to dismiss this case heard,and [235-1] taken under advisement, by U.S. SUGAR CORP. motion to dismiss [233-1]heard and taken under advisement Reporter: Frank Rangus (jeb) (Entered: 02/04/1994)

Feb. 3, 1994

Feb. 3, 1994

244

TRANSCRIPT filed for date of 2/3/94. Reporter: Frank Rangus (bjl) (Entered: 02/14/1994)

Feb. 10, 1994

Feb. 10, 1994

245

ORDER by Judge Charles R. Richey : motion hearing set for 2:00 3/23/94 to hear legal argments on prospective cross-motions for summary judgment; directing counsel to file with the Court a joint statement of material facts, a list of remaining issues in this case and a listed of disputed questions and names and addresses of essential witnesses by 3/7/94. (N) (jeb) (Entered: 02/22/1994)

Feb. 22, 1994

Feb. 22, 1994

246

MEMORANDUM OPINION by Judge Charles R. Richey (N) (jeb) (Entered: 02/22/1994)

Feb. 22, 1994

Feb. 22, 1994

247

ORDER by Judge Charles R. Richey : denying motion to modify briefing schedule [237-1] by U.S. SUGAR CORP., denying motion to dismiss this case , [235-1] by LYNN MARTIN, denying motion to modify scheduling order [234-1] by LYNN MARTIN, denying motion to dismiss [233-1] by U.S. SUGAR CORP.; directing the partie4s to adhere to the deadlines previously set forth in the briefing schedule established by this Court's Order of 12/16/93. (N) (jeb) (Entered: 02/22/1994)

Feb. 22, 1994

Feb. 22, 1994

248

MOTION filed by intervenor U.S. SUGAR CORP. for protective order, Exhibit (1) (lpp) (Entered: 02/23/1994)

Feb. 22, 1994

Feb. 22, 1994

250

MOTION filed by defendant LYNN MARTIN for summary judgment , Exhibits (3), also (5) boxes of documents, and Certified List, filed under seal in room 1800 (lpp) Modified on 03/01/1994 (Entered: 03/01/1994)

Feb. 28, 1994

Feb. 28, 1994

251

MOTION filed by intervenor U.S. SUGAR CORP. for summary judgment , Exhibit: (A1-3) (lpp) (Entered: 03/01/1994)

Feb. 28, 1994

Feb. 28, 1994

252

MOTION filed by amicus WILLIAM D. FORD, amicus GEORGE MILLER, amicus HOWARD BERMAN for leave to file amici curiae Declarations (3) (lpp) (Entered: 03/01/1994)

Feb. 28, 1994

Feb. 28, 1994

253

MOTION filed by plaintiff(s) NAACP for leave to file the motion for summary judgment and memorandum in excess of fifty pages , EXHIBIT: MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT Filed under seal in room 1800 pending ruling (lpp) (Entered: 03/01/1994)

Feb. 28, 1994

Feb. 28, 1994

254

RESPONSE by plaintiffs JULIAN HRNRY and NAACP in opposition to motion for protective order, [248-1] by U.S. SUGAR CORP. Exhibits: (7). (lpp) (Entered: 03/07/1994)

March 4, 1994

March 4, 1994

255

STATEMENT filed by plaintiff(s) JULIAN HRNRY, defendant LYNN MARTIN, plaintiff(s) NAACP, intervenor U.S. SUGAR CORP. , regarding: Issues, Material Facts and Witnesses, Filed UNDER SEAL in room 1800 (lpp) (Entered: 03/10/1994)

March 9, 1994

March 9, 1994

257

RESPONSE by plaintiff(s) NAACP in opposition to motion for summary judgment [251-1] by U.S. SUGAR CORP., filed under seal in room 1800 . (lpp) (Entered: 03/17/1994)

March 11, 1994

March 11, 1994

256

RESPONSE by intervenor U.S. SUGAR CORP. in opposition to motion for leave to file amici curiae [252-1] by HOWARD BERMAN, GEORGE MILLER, WILLIAM D. FORD . (lpp) (Entered: 03/15/1994)

March 14, 1994

March 14, 1994

258

REPLY by intervenor U.S. SUGAR CORP. to response to motion for summary judgment [251-1] by U.S. SUGAR CORP. Exhibits (2) (lpp) (Entered: 03/18/1994)

March 16, 1994

March 16, 1994

259

MOTION filed by plaintiff(s) NAACP for leave to file memorandum in excess of 251 pages , EXHIBIT: REPLY MEMORANDUM (lpp) (Entered: 03/21/1994)

March 18, 1994

March 18, 1994

260

REPLY by defendant LYNN MARTIN to response to motion for summary judgment [250-1] by LYNN MARTIN filed under seal in room 1800, Exhibits (2) (lpp) (Entered: 03/21/1994)

March 18, 1994

March 18, 1994

261

REPLY by intervenor U.S. SUGAR CORP. to response to motion for summary judgment [251-1] by U.S. SUGAR CORP. filed under seal in room 1800, (lpp) (Entered: 03/21/1994)

March 18, 1994

March 18, 1994

262

MOTION filed by plaintiff(s) NAACP to declare plaintiffs' additional material facts to be admitted pursuant to Local Rule 108(h) and supporting points and authorities (lpp) (Entered: 03/22/1994)

March 21, 1994

March 21, 1994

263

ORDER by Judge Charles R. Richey : granting motion for leave to file memorandum in excess of 25 pages [259-1] by NAACP (N) (jeb) (Entered: 03/24/1994)

March 24, 1994

March 24, 1994

264

ORDER by Judge Charles R. Richey : granting motion for leave to file the motion for summary judgment and memorandum in excess of fifty pages [253-1] by NAACP (N) (jeb) (Entered: 03/24/1994)

March 24, 1994

March 24, 1994

267

MOTION filed by plaintiff(s) NAACP for summary judgment , Exhibits: (8), filed under seal in room 1800 (lpp) Modified on 03/30/1994 (Entered: 03/30/1994)

March 24, 1994

March 24, 1994

269

RESPONSE by defendant LYNN MARTIN in opposition to motion for summary judgment [267-1] by NAACP, Exhibit: (1), filed under seal in room 1800. (lpp) (Entered: 03/30/1994)

March 24, 1994

March 24, 1994

270

RESPONSE by intervenor U.S. SUGAR CORP. in opposition to motion for summary judgment [267-1] by NAACP, filed under seal in room 1800 . (lpp) (Entered: 03/30/1994)

March 24, 1994

March 24, 1994

265

RESPONSE by intervenor U.S. SUGAR CORP. in opposition to motion to declare plaintiffs' additional material facts to be admitted pursuant to Local Rule 108(h) and supporting points and authorities [262-1] by NAACP . (lpp) (Entered: 03/28/1994)

March 25, 1994

March 25, 1994

266

RESPONSE by defendant LYNN MARTIN in opposition to motion to declare plaintiffs' additional material facts to be admitted pursuant to Local Rule 108(h) and supporting points and authorities [262-1] by NAACP . (lpp) (Entered: 03/30/1994)

March 29, 1994

March 29, 1994

271

TRANSCRIPT filed for date(s) of 3/23/94. Reporter: Frank Rangus (bjl) (Entered: 04/01/1994)

March 31, 1994

March 31, 1994

272

MOTION filed by plaintiff(s) NAACP for leave to file corrected copies of plaintiffs memorandum in support of their motion for summary judgment, plaintiffs' memorandum in support of their motion for summary judgment, plaintiffs memorandum in opposition to the federal defendants' and growers' motions for summary judgment and plaintiffs' reply memorandum in support of their motion for summary judgment EXHIBITS (3) CORRECTED PLEADINGS, Filed under seal in room 1800 (lpp) (Entered: 04/05/1994)

March 31, 1994

March 31, 1994

273

NOTICE OF FILING by plaintiff(s) NAACP: Exhibits 11.03, AR 2 (lpp) (Entered: 04/13/1994)

April 12, 1994

April 12, 1994

274

NOTICE OF FILING by plaintiffs JULIAN HRNRY and NAACP (bm) (Entered: 06/06/1994)

June 3, 1994

June 3, 1994

275

MEMORANDUM OPINION by Judge Charles R. Richey (N) (lpp) (Entered: 09/23/1994) [267-1] by NAACP, only to the extent that the Court finds that the D3epartment of Labor's Final Report cannot be upheld; all parties shall meet and confer in order to discuss a resolution of the remaining issues; joint pleading to the Court befroe 10/17/94, 4:00; all other pending motions are hereby rendered and declared moot (N) (lpp) (Entered: 09/23/1994)

Sept. 22, 1994

Sept. 22, 1994

Case Reopened (jeb) (Entered: 10/06/1994)

Oct. 6, 1994

Oct. 6, 1994

277

RESPONSE by plaintiff(s) JULIAN HRNRY, plaintiff(s) NAACP to order [276-1] (lpp) (Entered: 10/18/1994)

Oct. 17, 1994

Oct. 17, 1994

278

ORDER by Judge Charles R. Richey : status hearing set for 2:30 11/16/94 ; , and discovery due 4:00 12/26/94 ; , and dispositive motions due 4:00 12/15/94 ; response to dispositive motions due 4:00 1/3/95 ; reply to dispositive motions due 4:00 1/17/95 ; , and motion hearing set for 10:00 1/30/95 ; directing parties to submit direct testimony in narrative form (N) (jeb) (Entered: 10/25/1994)

Oct. 25, 1994

Oct. 25, 1994

279

NOTICE OF APPEAL by intervenor U.S. SUGAR CORP. from order status hearing set for 2:30 11/16/94 ; [278-1], order discovery due 4:00 12/26/94 ; [278-2], order dispositive motions due 4:00 12/15/94 ; response to dispositive motions due 4:00 1/3/95 ; reply to dispositive motions due 4:00 1/17/95 ; [278-3], order motion hearing set for 10:00 1/30/95 ; directing parties to submit direct testimony in narrative form [278-4], order [278-5], entered on 10/25/94 and order [276-1], entered on: 9/23/94, Filing Fee $5.00 and Docketing Fee $100.00 paid, Copies mailed to: John Simpson, Shelley Davis, Edward J. Tuddenham, Robert Williams, Michael J. Ryan, Harry L. Sheinfeld. (lpp) (Entered: 11/09/1994)

Nov. 8, 1994

Nov. 8, 1994

TRANSMITTED PRELIMINARY RECORD on appeal [279-1] by U.S. SUGAR CORP. to U.S. Court of Appeals (lpp) (Entered: 11/09/1994)

Nov. 9, 1994

Nov. 9, 1994

280

NOTICE OF CHANGE OF ADDRESS by Shelley F. Davis representing plaintiff JULIAN HRNRY, plaintiff NAACP . New address: 343 South Dearborn Street, Suite 700, Chicago, IL 60604 312/341-1070. (lpp) (Entered: 11/14/1994)

Nov. 10, 1994

Nov. 10, 1994

281

MOTION filed by plaintiff JULIAN HRNRY, plaintiff NAACP for Bruce Goldstein to appear pro hac vice (Farmworker Justice Fund, Inc. 2001 S Street, NW, Suite 210, Washington, DC 20009, 202/462-8192 (lpp) (Entered: 11/14/1994)

Nov. 10, 1994

Nov. 10, 1994

282

ORDER by Judge Charles R. Richey : granting motion for Bruce Goldstein to appear pro hac vice [281-1] by NAACP, JULIAN HRNRY (N) (dbw) (Entered: 11/15/1994)

Nov. 15, 1994

Nov. 15, 1994

284

MOTION filed by intervenor U.S. SUGAR CORP. to stay case of case pending appeal , Exhibit (1) (lpp) (Entered: 11/16/1994)

Nov. 15, 1994

Nov. 15, 1994

283

ORDER by Judge Charles R. Richey : status hearing reset for 2:00 11/18/94 ; attachments (2) (N) (jeb) (Entered: 11/16/1994)

Nov. 16, 1994

Nov. 16, 1994

REMARK: Pursuant to Court Order 11/16/94, a certified copy of the docket sheet and a copy of the order was delivered to the U.S. Court of Appeals (lpp) (Entered: 11/16/1994)

Nov. 16, 1994

Nov. 16, 1994

STATUS HEARING before Judge Charles R. Richey : motion due 4:00 12/15/94 ; response to motion due 4:00 1/3/95 ; reply to motion due 4:00 1/17/95 ; hearing on motions tentatively set for 1/30/95; Court to notify counsel for a pretrial conference at the Court's convenience prior to 1/30/95 Reporter: Frank Rangus (jeb) (Entered: 11/18/1994)

Nov. 18, 1994

Nov. 18, 1994

286

ORDER by Judge Charles R. Richey : discovery due 4:00 12/26/94; motionsd in liminine or dispositive motions due 4:00 12/15/94; responses to dispositive motions due 4:00 1/3/95; replies to dispositive motions due 4:00 1/17/95; counsel to prepare direct testimony in written narrative form; evidentiary hearing set for 1/30/95 at 10:00 a.m.; directing Clerk to notify counsel of a date, prior to 1/30/95, upon which counsel shall be prepared to appear for a pretrial conference (N) (dbw) (Entered: 11/21/1994)

Nov. 21, 1994

Nov. 21, 1994

USCA # 94-5332 assigned for appeal [279-1] by U.S. SUGAR CORP. (lpp) (Entered: 11/23/1994)

Nov. 22, 1994

Nov. 22, 1994

287

NOTICE TO TAKE DEPOSITION of Atlantic Sugar Association by plaintiff JULIAN HRNRY, Exhibits (4) . (lpp) (Entered: 11/29/1994)

Nov. 28, 1994

Nov. 28, 1994

288

NOTICE TO TAKE DEPOSITION of Okeelanta Corporation by plaintiff JULIAN HRNRY, Exhibit (4) . (lpp) (Entered: 11/29/1994)

Nov. 28, 1994

Nov. 28, 1994

289

TRANSCRIPT filed Status Call on 11/18/94. Reporter: Frank J. Rangus (lpp) (Entered: 12/01/1994)

Nov. 30, 1994

Nov. 30, 1994

290

NOTICE TO TAKE DEPOSITION of Osceola Farms Company by plaintiff JULIAN HRNRY, Exhibit: (4) . (lpp) (Entered: 12/01/1994)

Nov. 30, 1994

Nov. 30, 1994

291

MOTION filed by plaintiff NAACP for David L. Gorman to appear pro hac vice , Address: 618 U.S. Highway One, Suite 303, North Palm Beech, FL 33408, (407) 842-0808 (lpp) (Entered: 12/02/1994)

Dec. 1, 1994

Dec. 1, 1994

292

AMENDED WITNESS LIST by plaintiff JULIAN HRNRY, plaintiff NAACP (lpp) (Entered: 12/06/1994)

Dec. 5, 1994

Dec. 5, 1994

293

ORDER by Judge Charles R. Richey : granting motion for David L. Gorman to appear pro hac vice [291-1] by NAACP (N) (dbw) (Entered: 12/08/1994)

Dec. 6, 1994

Dec. 6, 1994

294

MOTION filed by defendant LYNN MARTIN to extend time to 12/22/94, to file dispositive motion (lpp) (Entered: 12/19/1994)

Dec. 15, 1994

Dec. 15, 1994

295

MOTION filed by intervenor U.S. SUGAR CORP. in limine (lpp) (Entered: 12/19/1994)

Dec. 15, 1994

Dec. 15, 1994

296

MOTION filed by intervenor U.S. SUGAR CORP. for partial summary judgment dismssing NAACP as Plaintiff (lpp) (Entered: 12/19/1994)

Dec. 15, 1994

Dec. 15, 1994

Case Details

State / Territory: District of Columbia

Case Type(s):

Immigration and/or the Border

Key Dates

Filing Date: Aug. 17, 1982

Closing Date: Sept. 25, 1996

Case Ongoing: No

Plaintiffs

Plaintiff Description:

NAACP and migrant farm workers (apple-pickers) who were employed by West Virginia apple growers in the 1980 to 1981 growing seasons

Plaintiff Type(s):

Private Plaintiff

Public Interest Lawyer: Yes

Filed Pro Se: No

Class Action Sought: Yes

Class Action Outcome: Granted

Defendants

U.S. Department of Labor, Federal

Case Details

Causes of Action:

Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), 8 U.S.C. §§ 1101 et seq.

Availably Documents:

Trial Court Docket

Injunctive (or Injunctive-like) Relief

Any published opinion

Outcome

Prevailing Party: Mixed

Nature of Relief:

Injunction / Injunctive-like Settlement

Source of Relief:

Litigation

Order Duration: 1982 - 1996

Issues

Immigration/Border:

Employment

Temporary foreign workers program

Work authorization - criteria