No Attys' Fees For Meal Break Suits, Calif. High Court Says

Law360, New York (April 30, 2012, 7:19 PM EDT) -- The California Supreme Court held Monday that winners in cases over alleged meal and rest break violations are not entitled to attorneys' fees, in a ruling that some say will make plaintiffs less likely to bring such claims.

In a closely-watched challenge to fees awarded to Immoos Fire Protection Inc. in a case brought by employees, the state's top court ruled that a one-way fee-shifting statute that permits employees to recover attorneys' fees when they prevail on claims for unpaid minimum wages and overtime does not...
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