National Cell Phone Retailer Defeats Misclassification Claims Class Certification

A national cell phone retailer sought our help on misclassification claims asserted by store managers and assistant managers in California. In the process of obtaining our client’s intended goal - a ruling denying class certification - CDF interviewed and prepared declarations from 75 percent of the putative class members, and filed them in opposition to the plaintiffs' motion for class certification.  CDF's depositions of the named plaintiffs established that their declarations in support of their motion were false, which the judge's ruling found to be "very disturbing."

Location

Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles

Counsel

Timothy M. Freudenberger

Related Industries

  • Technology & Telecommunications

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