Zynga Cuts Secrecy Clause In FLSA Deal After Judge Balks

Law360, New York (November 14, 2013, 5:44 PM ET) -- Zynga Inc. and a former employees on Wednesday made public a renegotiated settlement deal to end a putative class action alleging that the social media gaming company failed to pay overtime to its engineers after a California federal judge ruled the deal did not warrant secrecy.

In their joint motion for settlement approval, Zynga made clear that the deal would dismiss plaintiff Andrew Luo's claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act with prejudice, but would keep alive the opportunity for other potential class members to pursue...
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