San Francisco Attacks Report Used To Certify Transit Class

Law360, New York (August 24, 2016, 3:56 PM EDT) -- The city and county of San Francisco on Tuesday further pushed a California federal court to decertify a class of more than 2,000 public transit workers who claim they were stiffed on $395 million in overtime, insisting that a report used to support certification was faulty.

In a reply brief supporting its original, July 6 decertification motion, San Francisco said that the workers relied on a statistical report from their expert Richard Drogin to certify collective and class action, but that the report itself was unreliable because the declarations of the workers he used in his analysis were obtained in a misleading...

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