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Andrews v. Ashley Furniture – New California Class Action Complaint seeks reimbursement of employee expenses under Labor Code section 2802.

Quintilone & Associates has filed a class action where Plaintiff Israel Andrews (“Plaintiff”) seeks reimbursement for expenses incurred while working as a Sale Associate for Stoneledge Furniture LLC.  Stoneledge sells furniture under the Ashley Furniture brand of stores throughout California. Ashley Furniture Industries Inc. is the sole member of Stoneledge Furniture LLC, the Limited Liability Company that employed Plaintiff and …

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Quintilone & Associates reaches a Class Action settlement with Sprint over Unpaid Wages

In a lawsuit brought by Viet Bui and Christina Avalos-Reyes on behalf of themselves and similarly situated employees known as Viet Bui et al. v. Sprint Corporation, a Sprint Communications Company, L.P., et al., No. 2:14-cv- 02461-TLN-AC, pending before the Honorable Troy Nunley in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California (the “Action”) Quintilone & Associates …

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Lubin v. The Wackenhut Corp. – New Statistical Class Certification Opinion

Sample your way to Class Certification – California’s Second Appellate District holds statistical sampling may be used to certify a class, and also clarification on what constitutes an “injury” for a pay stub claim. On November 21, 2016, California’s Second Appellate District ruled that the used of statistical sampling can be used to certify a class of employees in a …

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New Overtimes Rules Start December 1, 2016 

With the holidays right around the corner it is important to make sure your company is in compliance with the new overtime rules that will effect over 390,000 California employees. The U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) has announced the highly anticipated federal overtime rule under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”).  According to the White House, an estimated 4.2 million …

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Nguyen v. Applied Medical – Arbitrator Decides Whether Class Claims Proceed

The Fourth Appellate District, Division Three, recently held in Nguyen v. Applied Medical, that the question of whether an arbitration clause in an employment agreement contemplates class claims is a question for the arbitrator to decide, not the Superior Court. The Class Action Complaint On September 30, 2014, Da Loc Nguyen filed a putative class action complaint against Applied Medical …

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