Class Certification Defeated on Wage and Hour Claims by Employees of Restaurant Chain

A casual dining restaurant chain faced a class action suit by assistant managers claiming that they were improperly classified as exempt, and alleging various wage and hour claims.  The employer successfully defeated class certification.  The plaintiff employees appeal, and after extensive briefing, the denial of class certification was upheld on appeal.
 

Location

Superior Court of California, County of Orange

Counsel

Amy S. Williams

Related Industries

  • Restaurants, Food, and Beverage

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