Alleged Class Action Against Construction Co. Resolved Before Certification

A regional, family-owned construction company faced claims that it did not pay its employees for all the time they worked and did not provide them with meal and rest breaks. After CDF took the plaintiffs' depositions and investigated their claims, the business sought a prompt settlement and CDF negotiated a favorable agreement before further costly discovery and motions for certification of the class.


Superior Court of California, County of Sacramento


Joel M. Van Parys

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