CORRECTED: Judge OKs Marriot's $2M Deal in Class OT Fight

Law360, San Francisco (March 13, 2013, 8:21 PM EDT) -- A California federal judge on Friday preliminarily approved a $2 million settlement between Marriott International Inc. and 1,500 workers in three Ritz-Carlton hotels who say they were stiffed overtime pay.

The proposed deal, which covers workers at hotels in San Francisco, Half Moon Bay and Lake Tahoe, would pay out an average of $900 per class member, depending on their pay rates and the overtime hours they're owed, attorneys said Friday.

The motion for preliminary approval of the deal also requested approval of plaintiffs' attorneys fees'...
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