GameStop Settles Calif. Class Seating, Wage Suit

Law360, Los Angeles (September 2, 2011, 1:52 PM EDT) -- Video game retailer GameStop Inc. has reached a settlement with a class of California employees who claimed the retailer violated state labor laws by failing to provide seating and paying employees with electronic paycards, according to a court filing Thursday.

Attorneys filed a motion in California federal court seeking preliminary approval of a settlement worth up to $750,000, including Private Attorney General Act penalties of about $91,000 to resolve the claims of employees at more than 400 California stores who alleged GameStop could have provided employees...
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