This decision holds that an order directing the defendant to pay half the costs of certain depositions to determine the number of additional depositions needed to obtain a reliable statistical sample of the class of employees suing for missed meal and rest breaks is not appealable under the collateral order doctrine.  Though the order directed the payment of money and was collateral to the merits, it was not final since the prevailing party could likely recover the costs of those depositions as costs of suit after entry of final judgment.