CVS' $10.4M Worker Training Settlement OK'd Over Objections

By Craig Clough (July 19, 2021, 5:57 PM EDT) -- A California federal judge has approved a settlement in which CVS will pay $10.4 million to end a suit involving more than 24,000 pharmacy employees in California who were allegedly shorted on pay, overruling objections from some settlement class members that included allegations class counsel colluded with CVS.

U.S. District Judge Andre Birotte granted final approval of the settlement Friday, brushing aside various objections from a group of four settlement class members and a separate set of objections from a different member.

The objections spanned various elements of the settlement, but all were rejected, including an argument from the group of...

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