Mich. Hospital Pays $2M To Settle Wage-Fixing Claims

Law360, New York (June 22, 2012, 6:27 PM EDT) -- Registered nurses alleging that hospitals in the Detroit area conspired to keep their wages down asked a Michigan federal court Friday to sign off on a $2 million settlement that will end their class allegations against Mount Clemens General Hospital Inc.

Class representatives Pat Cason-Merenda and Jeffrey A. Suhre moved the court for preliminary approval of a class settlement that will bring to a close Mount Clemens’ involvement in a class action that accused the Detroit hospitals of working together to depress nurses' wages, which has...
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