Kidney Care Provider To Pay $3.4M To Settle OT Suit
Law360, Los Angeles (July 22, 2013, 4:15 PM EDT) -- DaVita Inc. will pay $3.4 million to resolve a class action accusing the kidney care provider of not paying employees for overtime, and meal and rest periods, according to a Friday motion seeking a California federal judge's preliminary approval of the settlement.
The class consists of 4,870 current and former technicians who were allegedly cheated by DaVita between April 6, 2008, and the to-be-determined date of preliminary approval of the settlement.
Under the terms of the proposed $3.4 million deal, $1.2 million will go to fees and costs for plaintiffs attorneys at Fitzpatrick Spini & Swanston, Wanger Jones Helsley PC and...
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