Atty Groups Back Workers In Calif. Delta Minimum Wage Row

Law360 (February 27, 2019, 8:12 PM EST) -- Plaintiffs and public interest attorneys urged the California Supreme Court to affirm that the state's minimum wage law and labor codes apply to pilots and flight attendants even if they mostly work out of state, saying all employees should benefit from general wage and hour protections.

The California Employment Lawyers Association, Legal Aid At Work, California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation, National Employment Law Project and Women's Employment Rights Clinic filed an amicus brief on Wednesday with the California Supreme Court in a case alleging Delta Air Lines isn't properly compensating flight attendants on an hourly basis for all their work....

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3790 Other Labor Litigation

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January 20, 2017

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