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Consumers Bring DoorDash Lawsuit over Stolen Tips

Consumers Bring DoorDash Lawsuit over Stolen Tips November 4, 2019. By Anne Wallace.
San Francisco, CA DoorDash customers, Jennifer Peter and Karson Theiss, have filed a class action lawsuit in the Northern District of California alleging that DoorDash’s practice of pocketing tips intended for delivery drivers is an unfair business practice that misleads those who use the delivery service. Many who follow the litigation surrounding DoorDash may already be familiar with California labor lawsuits that claim that DoorDash drivers are misclassified as independent contractors.
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Court Rejects $1.75 Million Hertz Wage Lawsuit Settlement for the Third Time

Court Rejects $1.75 Million Hertz Wage Lawsuit Settlement for the Third Time October 11, 2019. By Anne Wallace.
Los Angeles, CA The Central District of California has refused to approve a $1.75 million settlement designed to end a class action California labor lawsuit brought by more than 2,000 Hertz Transportation Inc. workers. The workers claim that their paystubs were inaccurate, in violation of California labor employment law.
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Safeway’ $1.45 million deal Just One of Many PAGA California Labor Complaints

Safeway’ $1.45 million deal Just One of Many PAGA California Labor Complaints September 4, 2019. By Jane Mundy.
Oakland, CA: If finally approved, a lawsuit brought under PAGA will settle California labor law claims brought on behalf of 35,000 workers in California who allege that Safeway failed to provide accurate pay stubs. The giant supermarket chain’s $1.45 million deal would affect former and current workers.
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School Bus Drivers’ Wage Lawsuit Survives Crippling Challenge

School Bus Drivers’ Wage Lawsuit Survives Crippling Challenge February 22, 2019. By Anne Wallace.
San Francisco, CA In Humes v. First Student Inc., a group of California bus drivers claim that the company for which they worked, First Student, Inc. (formerly Laidlaw) failed to pay them for all the hours that they worked. In the latest legal turn, the Ninth Circuit has cleared the way for the drivers to pursue their lawsuit as a class action. That keeps the lawsuit alive. Among their California labor law claims is that they received inaccurate pay stubs. It seems a small point in a big fight. Especially because of recent case law developments, however, pay stub claims be an increasingly important part of California wage lawsuits.
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