Wage & Hour News

“We’re Finally Getting Somewhere in the FedEx California Labor Lawsuit,” Says FedEx Driver

Sacramento, CA News that former FedEx drivers in California and Oregon can move forward with their California labor lawsuit is “a ray of hope” for Eric, who was classified as an independent contractor rather than a FedEx employee.

September 1, 2014

Plaintiffs in California Labor Law Class Action Take On Olive Garden

Los Angeles, CA In what appears to be a broken record in the symphony that is California and labor law, a major restaurant chain is having to face the music over alleged rest period and meal break transgressions, striking a sour note amongst thousands of would-be plaintiffs in a pending California labor law class action.

August 25, 2014

California Employees Paid Commission Take Note…

Los Angeles, CA A recent California Supreme Court decision in a wage and hour lawsuit affects California labor law regarding commission wages.

August 5, 2014

Class Action v. Barnes & Noble Has Roots in California Labor Lawsuit

New York, NY A class-action lawsuit now based in New York but having its roots in California as a California labor lawsuit will carry on after a New York judge refused to grant summary judgment for the defendants. Barnes & Noble, the bookseller, is accused of falsely classifying employees as exempt for the purposes of escaping the need to pay them overtime, or so it is alleged.

July 21, 2014

California Labor Law Also Applies to Seniors

Sacramento, CA Greg and his wife aren’t holding their breath regarding a California labor lawsuit. Rather, they want to raise awareness that seniors working part-time as camp hosts in California campgrounds are being taking advantage of, and both federal laws and the California labor code are being violated.

July 16, 2014

Plaintiffs Ring the Taco Bell in California Labor Lawsuit

Fresno, CA Sometimes it can take a while. But a California labor lawsuit that had humble beginnings in 2007, while still ongoing, has snowballed into a large class action that has the potential to benefit thousands of plaintiffs.

July 7, 2014

Disney Faces Proposed Class-Action California Labor Lawsuit

Oakland, CA It’s a tough go when the house of Mickey Mouse winds up facing a lawsuit. But that’s the gist of a putative class-action lawsuit launched by a former employee of Disneyland in California, citing various violations to California labor code.

June 23, 2014

California Labor Lawsuits and Settlements: From Apple to Janitorial

Sacramento, CA If this past week is anything to go by, June is shaping up to be a busy month for California labor law violations. A judge ruled that a class-action lawsuit filed by Apple employees regarding bag searches and “personal technology checks” can proceed, and two janitorial companies were fined for several wage violations, just to name a few.

June 9, 2014

Proposed California Labor Lawsuit Settlement Worth $4.75 Million

Anaheim, CA A large manufacturer of alloys for the airline industry with a facility in Anaheim has recently agreed to settle with plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit that accused the manufacturer of shirking its responsibility with regard to overtime pay and minimum wage payments according to California labor law and federal statutes. The defendant denied all allegations and does not formally admit to any wrongdoing in agreeing to the settlement, which still requires judicial approval.

June 2, 2014

Exotic Dancers Bring California Labor Lawsuit

San Jose, CA Women who dance at a strip club have a California labor lawsuit against the club’s owners alleging the company violated California labor law by not paying minimum wage or overtime. The lawsuit alleges a variety of California labor code violations.

May 26, 2014
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