BofA Workers Seek To Certify Class Of 33K In Wage Row

Law360 (June 17, 2019, 6:45 PM EDT) -- Workers who say Bank of America owes them unpaid wages have asked a California federal court to allow them to pursue their suit against the financial services giant as a class action that could cover more than 33,000 employees, according to court records.

The employees urged the court Friday to approve the proposed class, which would include anyone who worked for Bank of America in California as a nonexempt employee since February 2014 unless they're part of a separate action over the same alleged wage infractions.

The workers said the claims of the proposed class "turn on the answer to common...

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