Aldi Settles OT Suit With Store Managers For $9.8M

Law360 (April 30, 2018, 6:14 PM EDT) -- A collective and a proposed class of Aldi Inc. store managers suing the grocery chain for overtime asked a New York federal judge on Monday to preliminarily approve a $9.8 million settlement to end the dispute.

The deal would give $8.6 million to a conditionally certified collective of 388 store managers claiming violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act and $1.2 million to a proposed class of 160 to 200 store managers alleging violations of New York labor laws, according to Monday’s motion.

The settlement makes sense, the store managers said, given the potential risks of litigation.

“To the extent a...

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