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Duran v. US Bank: Supreme Court Reverses Certification and Judgment for Employees, Sets Methods of Proof in Class Action Trials

The California Supreme Court this morning issued its decision in the much anticipated Duran v. US Bank, N.A. The decision reverses the judgment for the plaintiffs. The Court’s introduction reads as follows: We encounter here an exceedingly rare beast [in the Quintilone & Associates tried a class action last year is also rare]: a wage and hour class action that …

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I am Working Overtime and Not Being Paid, Is There Anything I Can Do?

Whether or not you should be paid for overtime worked depends on whether or not you are an “exempt” employee or a “non-exempt” employee. Employees who are exempt, generally salary employees, do not get paid overtime. However, non-exempt employees should be paid for those hours worked. Quintlaw.com Under both federal and California law, exempt employees are salaried executives, administrative and …

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