Calif. High Court Won't Review Meal, Rest Break Case

Law360, New York (August 1, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- The Supreme Court of California won't review the class certification in a case alleging Dollar Financial Group Inc. deprived its employees of rest and meal breaks.

California's high court denied Dollar Financial's petition Wednesday, refusing to review the First Appellate District's April 2008 decision, which overturned a trial court's denial of class certification.

Appeals Court Justice Timothy Reardon issued the April decision, arguing for class certification because of “common issues” related to employees who were forced to work through breaks.

Caren Bufil filed a proposed class...
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