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court did not abuse its discretion in denying former employee's motion for the
award of attorney's fees and costs, under 29 U.S.C.S. § 216(b), because
employee was not a prevailing party because, in granting employer's motion to
dismiss lawsuit for lack of subject matter jurisdiction, district court did not
award a judgment in his favor.
Counsel: For Dionne,
Perry R., Appellant: Leach, Carlos V., Morgan and Morgan, ORLANDO, FL.
For Appellant: Celler, Richard B., Morgan & Morgan, PA, DAVIE, FL.
For Floormasters Enterprises, Inc., Molsick, Robert, Appellees: Cluster, Edwin
C., Ayres, Cluster, Curry, McCall, Collins & Fuller, P.A., Ocala, FL.
For Appellee: Banks, Abraham Clinton, Attorney at Law, OCALA, FL.
Judges: EDMONDSON, HILL and
ALARCON, Circuit Judges.
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