California labor law is both complex and constantly changing – to put it mildly. Companies operating in California face a deluge of class action lawsuits alleging violations of California statutes regarding classification as exempt, overtime, meal breaks, rest breaks, wage statement penalties, waiting time penalties and interest. PAGA claims have proliferated.
Wage and hour class action engagements are data intensive. We assist employers by using advanced computer database techniques to assemble and analyze employee time and payroll data, which often are not in machine-readable format and must be translated. Alternatively, we prepare estimates of employee hours worked and compensation based on available data. To calculate a company’s potential liability to each individual class member’s data, we apply formulas that reflect current California labor law. Often, we calculate a company’s potential liability under alternative scenarios regarding daily hours worked and weekly work schedules.
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Every wage and hours class action in which Thomas Neches & Company was retained settled without going to trial.
Representative Engagements: Wage and Hour Class Action
|Case Name||Case No.||Venue|
|Lynda A. Scherrer and David M. Feinstein v. Group Voyagers, Inc., et al.||C 99 4834 SI||United States District Court, Northern District of California|
|Stokes v. Grand Circle Travel, et al.||02-10221-PBS||United States District Court, Northern District of California|
|Marian Dalke and Carole Chowen v. Titan Travel Limited||C 03 2605 WHA||United States District Court, Northern District of California|
|Mara Gold, et al. v. Cache, Inc.||BC343419||California Superior Court, Los Angeles County|
|Herrera, et al. v. DCT, Inc., et al.||237497||California Superior Court, Sonoma County|
|Waltrous, et al. v. Group Voyagers, Inc.||07-463602||California Superior Court, San Francisco County|
|George Malak, et al. v. Unionbancal Corporation||CGC-08-474278||California Superior Court, San Francisco County|
|Nimet Behar, et al. v. Union Bank, N.A.||00317275||California Superior Court, Orange County|
|David J. Guenther, et al. v. CrossCheck, Inc., United Bank Card, Inc., et al.||SCV 244382||California Superior Court, Sonoma County|
|Dora Su-Ortiz, et al. v. Union Bank, N.A.||CGC-09-490765||California Superior Court, San Francisco County|
|Amado Roque, et al. v. Pick-N-Pull Auto Dismantlers||34-2012-00118782||California Suprior Court, Sacramento County|
|Ariann Cooper, et al. v. The Gymboree Corporation||FCS040110||California Superior Court, Solano County|
|Alvarez, et al. v. Yonekyu||n/a||California Superior Court, Los Angeles County|
|Steve Linares, et al. v. Menasha Corporation||BC 603619||California Superior Court, Los Angeles County|
|Manual Lopez, et al. v. Stonepeak Ceramics, Inc.||30-2016-00874675-CU-OE-CXC||California Superior Court, Orange County|
|Nancy Pierce, et al. v. Encore Health Resources, LLC||3:18-cv-04097-WHO||United States District Court, Northern District of California|
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