Target To Settle Pharmacists' Suits For $3.3M

Law360, San Diego (June 29, 2011, 9:37 PM EDT) -- Target Corp. on Wednesday agreed to pay nearly $3.3 million to resolve two proposed class actions alleging the retail chain failed to provide more than 1,200 pharmacists with meal and rest periods in violation of California law.

Target and the plaintiffs — who allege the retail giant neglected to provide its hourly pharmacists with meal and rest periods as required by California law, did not furnish properly itemized wage statements, failed to timely pay final wages and did not pay for all hours worked — filed...
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