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Limousine Drivers’ Class Action Should Have Been Certified

Ghazaryan v. Diva Limousine, Ltd., 169 Cal. App. 4th 1524 (2009) Sarkis Ghazaryan filed this class action lawsuit alleging that Diva Limousine had failed to pay wages, overtime compensation, and to provide meal periods and rest breaks in violation of California law. Diva followed a policy of paying its drivers an hourly rate of pay … Continue Reading

Wage & Hour Class Action Settlement Is Vacated Because Of Insufficiency Of Record

Kullar v. Foot Locker Retail, Inc., 168 Cal. App. 4th 116 (2008) Crystal Echeverria and two other objectors challenged the fairness and adequacy of a settlement of a class action lawsuit involving approximately 18,000 Foot Locker employees who were required to “purchase and wear shoes of a distinctive design or color as a term and … Continue Reading
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