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Bronx Landlord Tryax Wants To Settle Two Cases But FLSA Requires Inquiry in SDNY

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 24 –  Tryax Realty of 1476 Walton Avenue in The Bronx was sued, twice it seems, for fairly to pay overtime.

 On June 24 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Paul A. Engelmayer held a proceeding.

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  The parties had reached a settlement in principle, or perhaps two.

But Judge Engelmayer could not simply issues a thirty-day order, as he would on other settlements.

 This is under the Fair Labor Standards Act and requires him to inquire. So he did.  

Is the settlement of the state case related? Inter-connected?

The parties say no.

 Judge Engelmayer cautioned them that it was an open line, but asked them to think what to put in the public docket.

The case is Gutierrez et al v. Tryax Realty Management, Inc. et al., 17-cv-6752 (Engelmayer).


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