AT&T To Pay $3M To End Calif. Overtime Claims

Law360, New York (August 6, 2012, 10:51 PM EDT) -- AT&T Corp. agreed Monday to pay $3.1 million to a proposed class of customer service employees who claimed the telecommunications giant miscategorized them and deprived them of overtime wages.

In a motion filed in California federal court, the plaintiffs, a proposed class of 83 service executives who worked in their positions from May 2004 to June 2012, said they had arrived at the settlement after a more than two-year fight claiming AT&T had violated the California Labor Code by failing to pay them overtime wages....
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Case Title

Lynn Ellis et al v. Pacific Bell Telephone Company et al


Case Number

8:11-cv-00627

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California Central

Nature of Suit

Labor: Other

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Cormac J. Carney

Date Filed

April 21, 2011

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