Calif. High Court Won't Hear Piece-Rate Pay Case

Law360, New York (July 22, 2013, 6:53 PM ET) -- The California Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to review an appeals court's ruling that a class of auto mechanics paid on a piece-rate basis were also entitled to minimum wages for time spent waiting during their shifts.

The state high court's decision not to take the case leaves as binding precedent the Second Appellate District's April 2 ruling that Mercedes-Benz dealership Downtown LA Motors LP had violated state minimum wage law because California law does not permit an employer to avoid paying its employees for all...
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