Cashier Must Go Solo In 99 Cents Only Seating Action

Law360, Los Angeles (December 9, 2011, 9:15 PM EST) -- A California judge ruled Wednesday that a former cashier who filed a class action against 99 Cents Only Stores for failing to provide proper seating is not entitled to pursue her case as a representative action under the state’s private attorney general law.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge William F. Fahey granted 99 Cents Only Stores’ motion to strike the representative allegations from ex-cashier Eugina Bright’s complaint, agreeing with the discount chain that the former employee is not an appropriate class representative.

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