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  • Will California Labor Lawsuit Bite Apple Profits?
    Oct-21-16 San Diego, CA: A California labor class action lawsuit involving current and former Apple employees over nine years just commenced in California. The Apple California Labor Code Class Action Suit, filed October 16, 2016, includes over 20,000 class members. The case was first filed back in 2011, when four employees (the Plaintiffs) claimed that Appl...
  • Apple Owes $2 Million for California Labor Lawsuit
    Jan-8-17 San Deigo, CA: A California labor lawsuit that alleged Apple did not properly provide meal and rest breaks and did not pay employees in a timely manner has resulted in a $2 million award to employees. The lawsuit was originally filed in 2011 by employees who worked at Apple retail stores in San Diego and was later changed to a class action lawsuit incl...
  • Unsealed E-mails to Apple CEO Allege Off-the-Clock Work through Bag Checks
    Jun-17-15 Los Angeles, CA As successor to Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Jobs, Tim Cook may be the face presented to the world when new products such as the Apple watch are released. But he’s also an employer too, and a number of employees have taken Cook and Apple Inc. to task over unpaid wages claims and off the clock work . The latter, according to an e-...
  • Apple Faces California Overtime Lawsuit
    Aug-1-13 San Francisco, CA Apple Inc. may be known for its high-tech gadgets and its Apple stores, but it may soon be known for a lawsuit alleging violations of overtime laws . The lawsuit, filed by employees in California and New York, alleges employees were not properly given overtime pay for all the duties they performed as part of their job. The lawsuit,...
  • Virtual At-Home Call Center Employees File Class Action Lawsuit against Apple
    Santa Clara, CA: On December 8, 2011, an employment class action lawsuit was filed against Apple alleging that Apple devised an illegal scheme of classifying at-home call center employees as independent contractors in order to avoid paying Apple's share of payroll taxes and other business related expenses through the use of a Yellow Dog Contract. ...
  • One California Overtime Lawsuit Dismissed As Another Takes Off
    Nov-24-15 San Francisco, CA: A judge in a California overtime lawsuit has dismissed the plaintiffs’ claims against Apple Inc. The lawsuit alleged workers at Apple stores were denied overtime pay for time spent waiting in line for bag checks, and the ruling could have implications for other overtime lawsuits involving claims about security checks. Meanwhile...
  • Apple Inc Faces Antitrust Lawsuit over iPhone Carrier Contracts
    New York, NY: Apple Inc, is facing a potential antitrust class action lawsuit regarding the exclusive deals it struck with carriers and the way it runs the APP Store. Specifically, the lawsuit alleges that "Prior to launch, Apple entered into a secret five-year contract with AT&T that established AT&T as the exclusive provider of cell phone voice...
  • Apple Lawsuit Alleging California Labor Violations Gets Underway
    Oct-25-16 San Diego, CA: A lawsuit filed by Apple employees alleging the company violated California labor law by not providing employees with proper meal and rest breaks is underway in San Diego. As many as 18,000 employees could be affected by the lawsuit. Apple has also recently faced allegations it denied employees overtime pay by not properly compensating w...
  • Lawsuit Alleges Apple Abuses IT Employees
    Mar-9-09 San Diego, CA You think that in this day and age, overtime lawsuits would be a thing of the past--especially California software developer lawsuits. After all, computers and computer professionals have been around for a long time now, long enough to make sure that everyone gets paid what they deserve. Unfortunately, some employers take advantage of IT pe...
  • Bag Search Plaintiffs Get Another Bite at Apple
    Aug-30-17 Los Angeles, CA: On August 17, 2017, the Ninth Circuit breathed new life into Frlekin v. Apple , a class action suit brought by Apple employees : Frlekin v. Apple  who contend that, under the provisions of California labor law they should be paid for the time they have to spend waiting to have their bags searched at the end of a shift. The ques...
  • Apple California Lawsuit Dismissed
    Nov-23-15 San Francisco, CA: A California labor lawsuit filed against Apple Inc., has been dismissed, with the judge ruling Apple did not violate employees’ rights to be paid for time spent during bag checks. The class-action California lawsuit was filed by employees at California Apple stores, who alleged they were owed pay for time spent in security chec...
  • Recall to Prevent Listeria Food Poisoning Crosses 36 States
    Aug-19-12 Swedesboro, NJ Apple slices that were introduced as a healthier addition to the iconic 'Happy Meal' for children at McDonald's could be contaminated with Listeria and are part of a food recall aimed at preventing a possible outbreak of food poisoning . The recalled product, which was shipped to numerous other retailers and food suppliers, reportedly cou...
  • Is Director Overlap on Google and Apple Boards Antitrust?
    May-5-09 Washington DC The presence of two high-powered directors overlapping on 'friendly' corporations that are increasingly competing with one another is raising the yellow flags with watchers of antitrust laws . It was revealed this morning in the New York Times that Google and Apple share two members amongst their boards of directors—a potential violation o...
  • Apple Wins $1B Patent Infringement Lawsuit
    San Jose, CA: After three days of deliberation, a jury found Samsung Electronics Co., one of the world' largest electronics companies, guilty of patent infringement and awarded Apple Inc. $1 billion—one of the largest ever patent awards. The verdict said that Samsung violated a series of Apple's patents related to the software and design of mobile dev...
  • Apple Sues HTC, Maker of Nexus One Phones, Over Alleged Patent Infringement
    Mar-3-10 San Francisco, CA Apple announced yesterday that it is suing HTC in Taiwan over an alleged violation of some 20 patents owned by Apple, pertaining to HTC cell phone technology that uses the Google-owned Android operating system. Included in the lawsuit is the Nexus One phone, designed and sold by Google. The lawsuit, filed on March 2 with the office...
  • $2M Verdict Against Apple in Unpaid Overtime and Rest Break Class Action Lawsuit
    Santa Clara, CA: An unpaid wages and overtime lawsuit brought against Apple has resulted in a $2 million jury verdict against the tech giant, which is accused of violating meal period law for its retail employees. The long-running suit alleges the company cheated its workers out of break time and final paychecks. According to the original compl...
  • Tyson Foods Donning and Doffing Case Heard by Supreme Court
    Nov-25-15 Washington, DC: The US Supreme Court has heard the Tyson Foods unpaid wages lawsuit, according to reports. The donning and doffing lawsuit was filed by Tyson employees who argued that they should be paid for time spent putting on and taking off mandatory protective work gear and should have a judgment in their favor based on averages instead of time re...
  • OmniVision Technologies Inc, OVTI Securities Fraud
    Company: OmniVision Technologies Inc, Ticker Symbol: OVTI Class Period: Aug-27-10 to Oct-13-11 Date Filed: Oct-26-11 Lead Plaintiff Deadline: Dec-25-11 Court: Northern District of California Allegations: New York, NY: A securities class action lawsuit has been filed in the U.S. District...
  • Settlement Proposed in Apple Inc Securities Litigation
    San Jose, CA: The following notice is being issued pursuant to an order by the United States District Court for the Northern District of California, San Jose Division. Proceeding: In re Apple Inc. Securities Litigation, Case No. C-06-5208-JF (N.D. Cal.). This concerns all people or entities that purchased Apple Inc ("Apple") common stock durin...
  • Smoking, Melting iPods Reported
    An investigation into consumer complaints of Apple iPods overheating has identified some 800 incidents filed with the CPSC which include personal injury and property damage. According to a recent report that aired on a Seattle TV station, the CPSC received complaints as far back as 2005, when an iPod overheated and caused damage to a home and harm to a...
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