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A California federal judge dismissed football cheerleaders' lawsuit against the NFL and the majority of its teams over alleged wage-suppression tactics, saying Friday that the antitrust complaint was insufficient and failed to meet the pleading standard.
McDonald’s on Friday grilled an accountant who testified the company could owe potentially $41 million in statutory penalties for arranging overnight shifts at its company-run stores in California so as to stiff thousands of workers on overtime, questioning the accountant’s qualifications and methodologies during cross-examination in the damages trial.
A Tennessee federal judge on Friday awarded $10 million in fees to the attorneys representing a class of direct purchasers accusing several manufacturers of cast iron soil pipes and fittings of fixing prices and pushing out competitors, and also approved the class’ $30 million settlement.
Discount brokerage firm Scottrade Inc. asked a Florida federal judge Thursday not to remand to state court claims brought against it by a putative class of customers over a data breach, arguing that the case should be stayed pending an appeal at the Eighth Circuit.
Fast-casual chicken restaurant operator Pollo Operations Inc. and a proposed consumer class said Friday they will refute a Florida magistrate judge's denial of a $975,000 settlement over alleged federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act violations, noting that the court can expect to see them file a new request.