Juul Fights Pro-Vape Campaign Staffers' Class Cert. Bid

Law360 (October 14, 2020, 8:17 PM EDT) -- Canvassers for a Juul-backed San Francisco political campaign should not be granted class certification in an overtime suit, the e-cigarette company argued, because they failed to show Juul had an employment relationship with them or that they share similar circumstances.

Juul asked a California federal judge Tuesday to deny the campaign staffers' class certification motion in a proposed class and collective action alleging Juul failed to pay overtime when the staffers worked more than 40 hours per week on the campaign to overturn a San Francisco vaping ban. Juul alleged that the lead plaintiff, Maria De La Luz Perez Bautista, could...

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