Verizon's $15M Settlement OK'd In Pay Stub Class Action

Law360, Los Angeles (October 21, 2014, 4:17 PM EDT) -- A California judge on Monday approved a $15 million settlement that would resolve a class action accusing Verizon California Inc. of issuing inaccurate wage statements that excluded crucial information that made it impossible for employees to determine whether they had been paid properly.

Judge Mitchell L. Beckloff approved plaintiffs' Oct. 10 motion for an order to preliminarily approve the settlement and continue to certify the proposed settlement class, which consists of employees paid biweekly in California who received itemized income statements from Verizon between Apr. 1, 2009, and May 2011.

The class action, filed by former Verizon field technician Hector Banda...

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