Hotel Workers Win Class Status In Employment Suit

Law360, New York (January 8, 2008, 12:00 AM EST) -- A federal judge has certified a conditional class of workers in a wage-and-hour suit alleging that a Missouri hotel forced nonunion employees to take unpaid meal breaks and fired a worker who complained about the policy.

In certifying the suit as a collective action, U.S. District Judge E. Webber Jr. ruled the plaintiffs had met their burden of aligning themselves with a putative class of similarly victimized workers at Gateway's Millennium Hotel in St. Louis.

“Plaintiffs allege that defendant engaged in a pattern or practice of...
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