Subway Sandwich Makers Denied Class Bid In Calif. OT Suit

Law360, New York (October 30, 2012, 3:56 PM EDT) -- The operators of dozens of Subway restaurant franchises on Thursday escaped allegations that they denied workers proper overtime wages when a California state court on found the class representatives failed to show their claims were typical of the proposed class.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Malcolm H. Mackey denied class certification to a pair of sandwich artists alleging a flurry of wage and hour claims against Subway franchisee CG Investments Inc., finding that the plaintiffs had failed to demonstrate the necessary typicality to proceed collectively....
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