Class Certification Denied in Misclassification Claims Against National Clothing Retailers

CDF obtained a ruling denying class certification regarding misclassification claims asserted on behalf of a national clothing retailer's store managers and assistant managers in California.  In CDF’s deposition of individuals supporting the plaintiff's motion for class certification, we obtained testimony contradicting the deponents' declarations and supporting the employer's arguments against class certification.

Location

Superior Court of California, County of San Diego

Counsel

Timothy M. Freudenberger

Related Industries

  • Consumer Goods & Retail

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