San Diego Union-Tribune Must Pay $10M To Paper Carriers

Law360, Los Angeles (January 22, 2014, 9:18 PM EST) -- A California judge on Tuesday awarded more than $6 million in attorneys' fees to a class of newspaper carriers who had accused the San Diego Union-Tribune of misclassifying them as independent contractors, bringing the total judgment against the newspaper to about $10 million.

Tuesday’s final order comes a month after California Superior Court Judge John S. Meyer had issued a statement of decision finding that the class of carriers was entitled to $4.95 million inclusive of interest. Thereafter, the parties thoroughly briefed and argued about whether...
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