Law360, New York (July 5, 2011, 1:06 PM EDT) -- Supervalu Inc. and a class of supermarket workers who claimed the wage statements they got from the grocery giant weren't compliant with California's Labor Code sought preliminary approval of a $1.3 million settlement deal on Friday.
Lead plaintiff Hugo Delgado, a former order selector at an Albertson's supermarket in Orange County, Calif., asked a federal judge for preliminary approval of a $700,000 settlement payment to the class members and a payment of up to $600,000 to cover the costs and fees of class counsel Initiative Legal Group APC.
The case, brought against Supervalu and subsidiaries New Albertson's Inc. and American Stores...
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