992 F.Supp. 1416 (CIT. 1998), 97-09-01601, United Steelworkers of America, AFL-CIO-CLC v. Herman
|Citation:||992 F.Supp. 1416|
|Party Name:||UNITED STEELWORKERS OF AMERICA, AFL-CIO-CLC, and United Steelworkers of America, Local 13694, on behalf of the union-represented workers formerly employed by CDR-Ridgway Plaintiffs, v. Alexis HERMAN, in her official capacity as United States Secretary of Labor, Defendant. Slip Op. 98-1.|
|Case Date:||January 05, 1998|
|Court:||Court of International Trade|
Upon reading and considering the unopposed motion of the defendant for a remand to the United States Department of Labor ("Labor") and a stay of proceedings in this case, it is hereby
ORDERED that the defendant's motion for a remand and a stay of proceedings, including the filing of the administrative record and the answer to plaintiffs' complaint (except the filing of a joint stipulation and protective order ("JPO")), is granted, and it is further
(1) the proceedings in this case, including the filing of the administrative record and answer are stayed, except for the filing of a JPO;
(2) Within 20 days of the Court's grant of this motion, the parties will file with the Court a joint stipulation and protective order ("JPO").
(3) Pursuant to the JPO, upon remand, plaintiffs will have access to the confidential, and other, data obtained by Labor.
(4) After reviewing this information, plaintiffs will have 20 days to submit to Labor any written comments and other documentary evidence for Labor's consideration.
(5) Within 20 days, Labor will provide plaintiffs with any additional information it has obtained as a result of its further investigation.
(6) Upon Labor's providing plaintiffs with additional information, plaintiffs will have 20 days to submit additional information and comments, if any, for Labor's consideration.
(7) Upon plaintiffs'...
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