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Can a Commissioned Salesperson Sue for Unpaid Overtime in California?

Can a Commissioned Salesperson Sue for Unpaid Overtime in California? August 6, 2017. By Anne Wallace.
Los Angeles, CA: Surprisingly, the answer is yes, sometimes. This became clear in Peabody v Time Warner Cable, Inc. California overtime article , a 2014 California overtime lawsuit. The rule applies in somewhat limited circumstances, but even so, some are puzzled at how infrequently it is employed.
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Cambio de turno y protocolo de pago de McDonald's bajo lupa legal en un tribunal

Cambio de turno y protocolo de pago de McDonald's bajo lupa legal en un tribunal July 29, 2017. By Fernando Marcano (Translation).
Los Angeles, CA: La demanda laboral en California en la que el gigante de comida rápida McDonald's está envuelta no es nada rápida, habiendo sido litigada desde 2013 y sin mostrar señales de un arreglo rápido. Sin embargo, un juicio en tribunales que se llevó a cabo a fines del mes pasado para resolver varios asuntos legales antes de lo que se espera será un juicio por jurado en el futuro, está tratando de resolver si el gigante corporativo con unas 100 localidades en el estado de California violó la ley laboral de California.
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Giant Catering Company in California Labor Dispute

Giant Catering Company in California Labor Dispute July 29, 2017. By Brenda Craig.
San Francisco, CA: The big green and white Canteen Vending trucks are a frequent sight across the US and many other states. In California, the company has a huge number of delivery drivers working out of as many as 20 different distribution locations across the state.
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Eleven Misclassified Workers to Share $2 Million, More Awards Coming

Eleven Misclassified Workers to Share $2 Million, More Awards Coming July 26, 2017. By Gordon Gibb.
San Francisco, CA: An overtime pay laws class action lawsuit in California has concluded with a jury award worth more than $2 million in total damages to be divided up between 11 workers. That translates to individual awards of anywhere between $150,000 and $200,000 per class member according to various criteria.
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Acuerdo con Costco de $2 Millones por accidente laboral en California ya cuenta con aprobación preliminar

Acuerdo con Costco de $2 Millones por accidente laboral en California ya cuenta con aprobación preliminar July 20, 2017. By Fernando Marcano (Translation).
San Diego, CA. Una propuesta acción de clase basada en la ley del trabajo de California tendrá que esperar un poco antes de que el asunto se pueda marcar como 'resuelto' después de otra negativa por un juez de la Corte de Distrito de California para aprobar un acuerdo propuesto debido a inconsistencias entre la gobernanza en las reclamaciones, y el lenguaje que contiene.
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Attorney discusses the California Employment Lawsuit and Settlement in Augustus v ABM Security Services

Attorney discusses the California Employment Lawsuit and Settlement in Augustus v ABM Security Services July 19, 2017. By Jane Mundy.
Oakland, CA: Thousands of security guards are extremely pleased with the outcome of their lawsuit regarding rest breaks, which dragged through the court system for years. “After 12 years, we just received final court approval of our $110 million settlement,” says attorney Scott Cole, adding that he is co-counsel with Drew Pomerance's office on the California labor lawsuit.
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Sears Facing 401K Class Action Lawsuit

Sears Facing 401K Class Action Lawsuit July 19, 2017. By Lucy Campbell.
Santa Clara, CA: Sears Holding is facing an Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) class action lawsuit filed by employees who allege the company used its own stock as an investment option in the 401(k) plan, despite knowledge that the company was in in “extremely poor financial condition.”
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Overtime Settlements and Lawsuits, from Pennsylvania Health Care Therapists to California Caregivers

Overtime Settlements and Lawsuits, from Pennsylvania Health Care Therapists to California Caregivers July 15, 2017. By Jane Mundy.
San Francisco, CA: Despite federal and state laws in place to ensure that heath care workers—from behavioral health professionals in Pennsylvania to in-home caregivers in California—are getting overtime compensation they are entitled to, employers are still misclassifying employees to avoid paying overtime. And despite a recent settlement in favor of the employees, it almost seems like employers such as Progressions Behavioral Health Services Inc. haven’t read the memo…
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Juicio de horas extras de McDonald's programado para mayo

Juicio de horas extras de McDonald's programado para mayo July 13, 2017. By Fernando Marcano (Translation).

Los Angeles, CA. McDonald's Restaurants se dirigirá a juicio en mayo para defenderse de las acusaciones de violaciones de horas extras en California en una demanda presentada por una clase de miles de trabajadores de los turnos de noche.

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Proposed California Labor Law Class Action v. Nike to Remain in Federal Court

Proposed California Labor Law Class Action v. Nike to Remain in Federal Court July 13, 2017. By Gordon Gibb.
Los Angeles, CA: A California labor lawsuit filed against Nike and other defendants alleging the retail chain violated California labor law over an alleged requirement by staff to purchase their own uniforms, will remain in federal court after a federal judge in US Court denied a motion to have the lawsuit returned to state court.
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