CVS Managers Seek Judge's OK In $10M Wage Settlement

Law360, Los Angeles (December 14, 2011, 5:05 PM EST) -- Attorneys for a putative class of CVS Caremark Corp. store managers in California asked a judge on Wednesday to preliminarily approve a $10 million settlement with the pharmacy chain to resolve overtime and break claims stretching back to 2004.

At a hearing before Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Elihu M. Berle, an attorney for plaintiff Douglas M. Mosse defended a provision of the proposed settlement that would require about 1,500 current and former store managers to submit claim forms in order to receive payment from the settlement pool, saying the procedure was necessary to resolve federal wage claims.

“This was fiercely...

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