Crossmark Reaches $1M Deal To End Wage Class Action

Law360, Los Angeles (May 22, 2012, 6:25 PM EDT) -- National retail merchandising company Crossmark Inc. agreed Friday to pay $1 million to put to rest allegations that it failed to adequately reimburse nearly 6,000 employees for travel and other business expenses under California labor law.

According to a motion for approval of the settlement, filed in federal court in Los Angeles, each of the 5,791 plaintiffs in the class action would receive an average of $105 to compensate them for the company's alleged failure to properly reimburse employees for mileage accrued and time spent driving...
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