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BofA Looks To Trim Ex-Banker’s Meal, Rest Break Claims

Law360, Oakland, California (February 23, 2018, 6:26 PM EST) -- Bank of America urged a California judge on Friday to rethink her tentative ruling and trim meal and rest break claims from a former banker’s putative class action, arguing that as an ex-employee, she’s not entitled to injunctive relief and therefore shouldn’t be allowed to pursue the claims.

Bank of America’s attorney, John A. Van Hook of McGuireWoods LLP, argued that lead plaintiff Laura Lopez hasn't worked for the bank for more than four years and former employees can't seek injunctive relief under the state’s Unfair...
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