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U.S.

Department of Labor Office of Administrative Law Judges


525 Vine Street - Suite 900
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202

Date: July 10, 1995

Case No. 94-OFC-13

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR,


OFFICE OF FEDERAL CONTRACT
COMPLIANCE PROGRAMS,

Plaintiff,

v.

PROVIDENT BANKCORP, INC.,

Defendant,

ORDER

On June 12, 1995 the Plaintiff filed two motions with respect to this matter. Initially the
Plaintiff moved to extend the discovery and hearing dates and a second motion was filed to bifurcate
for trial the issues of liability and individual relief. The Defendant had ten (10) days following the date
the written motion was served within which to respond. 29 C.F.R. § 18.6(b) and 41 C.F.R. §
60-30.8(a). No response has been made to the motions by the Defendant.

In view of the above, IT IS ORDERED that the Plaintiff's Motion To Extend Discovery And
Hearing Dates is hereby granted. The period for discovery will be extended to December 8, 1995. This
extension necessarily forces a postponement of the scheduled hearing date from September 26, 1995.
This case is hereby rescheduled for hearing on January 22, 1996 at 9:00 a.m. at the same location as
noted in the original notice of hearing. All of the prehearing directives contained in that original notice
will apply to the new hearing date.

IT IS ALSO ORDERED that the Plaintiff's Motion To Bifurcate For Trial The Issues Of
Liability And Individual Relief is also hereby granted. Stage I of the trial will include all issues
relating to liability and prospective relief. Stage II of the trial will involve issues relating to
determinations of relief for individuals in the event Provident Bankcorp, Inc. is found liable at Stage I
of this proceeding.

RUDOLF L. JANSEN
Administrative Law Judge