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US Reality TV Shows Reach Tentative Settlements

This is a settlement for the California Employment lawsuit.

More than 400 workers who filed 2 class action lawsuits against several major television networks and producers of reality shows could benefit from a tentative settlement of $4 million, if approved.

The suits alleged that the networks and producers of the reality shows Trading Spouses, and The Bachelor violated California labor law by having their employees regularly work 80 hour weeks without overtime. The suits also alleged the workers were denied meal breaks, and were made to falsify their time cards.

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Published on Jan-22-09


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