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Wood v. ABCM Corp.

United States District Court, N.D. Iowa, Central Division

February 22, 2018

QUINN WOOD, Plaintiff,
v.
ABCM CORPORATION and HAMPTON MOTEL CORPORATION, Defendants.

          ORDER

          LINEA R. READE JUDGE.

         TABLE OF CONTENTS

         I. INTRODUCTION .......................................1

         II. RELEVANT PROCEDURAL HISTORY ........................2

         III. SUBJECT MATTER JURISDICTION ..........................2

         IV. SUMMARY JUDGMENT STANDARD .........................2

         V. RELEVANT FACTUAL BACKGROUND ........................4

         A. The Parties ....................................... 4

         B. Wood's Employment ................................. 4

         C. Overnight Duties ................................... 5

         D. Wood Terminates Overnight Shift ........................ 7

         VI. ANALYSIS ............................................ 8

         A. Applicable Law .................................... 8

         B. Agreement Between the Parties ......................... 10

         C. Reasonableness of the Agreement ....................... 11

         D. IWPCL Claim .................................... 13

         VII. CONCLUSION ........................................ 14

         I. INTRODUCTION

         The matter before the court is Defendants ABCM Corporation (“ABCM”) and Hampton Motel Corporation's (“Hampton Motel”) (collectively, “Defendants”) “Motion for Summary Judgment” (“Motion”) (docket no. 19).

         II. RELEVANT PROCEDURAL HISTORY

         On April 12, 2017, Plaintiff Quinn Wood filed an Amended Complaint (docket no. 16) alleging that Defendants did not compensate him for overtime worked, in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”), 29 U.S.C. § 207(a)(1), and the Iowa Wage Payment Collection Law (“IWPCL”), Iowa Code Chapter 91A. See generally Complaint. On November 14, 2017, Defendants filed the Motion. On November 21, 2017, Wood filed a Resistance (docket no. 20). On December 1, 2017, Defendants filed a Reply (docket no. 22). Neither party requests oral argument and the court finds that oral argument is unnecessary. The matter is fully submitted and ready for decision.

         III. SUBJECT ...


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