Victoria's Secret Clerks OK'd To Appeal Trimmed Wage Class

Law360, Los Angeles (April 9, 2015, 7:44 PM EDT) -- Victoria's Secret Stores LLC sales clerks who say they're owed $37 million for shifts that were canceled or shortened can immediately ask the Ninth Circuit to reverse a decision trimming the claims of certain putative class members, a California federal judge ruled Thursday.

The plaintiffs, led by Mayra Casas and Julio Fernandez, allege that the lingerie retailer owes as many as 28,000 of its sales clerks unpaid wages for scheduling shifts and then sending them home after they showed up. The plaintiffs had also asked that workers who called their store before a scheduled shift to find out whether they would...

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