Law360, New York (September 26, 2014, 6:53 PM EDT) -- A T.J. Maxx Corp. employee who claimed the discount department chain had stiffed him and other assistant managers out of overtime pay was denied class status on Wednesday when a New York federal judge said the plaintiffs' circumstances differed from one another.
U.S. District Judge Arlene Rosario Lindsay found that while Mohammed M. Ahmed said that he was not an overtime-exempt manager, four other potential plaintiffs opting in to the proposed class had all considered themselves management.
Carl Baruch, Robert Wagner, Brittany Woodard and Mabeline Moore, all T.J. Maxx assistant general managers from different locations across the U.S., were found to...
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