Interstate Hotels Pays $1.4M To Exit Missed Breaks Suit

By Matthew Guarnaccia (March 22, 2016, 4:46 PM EDT) -- Hotel manager Interstate Hotels and Resorts Inc. will pay over $1.4 million to a class of 1,450 employees who didn't get required meal and rest breaks at its Westin hotel in Los Angeles, according to a settlement filed in California federal court Monday.

Interstate, the manager of the Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites and approximately 400 other hotels nationwide, and the hotel's owner, Today's IV Inc., agreed to the $1,435,000 settlement, with attorneys' fees accounting for approximately one-third of the net amount. The settlement releases Interstate and Today's IV from allegations that Westin Bonaventure didn't give employees required breaks, or pay...

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