Payala V. Wipro Offers Effective Class Litigation Strategy

Law360, New York (December 1, 2016, 10:44 AM EST) -- Perhaps no field of class action litigation in California is more fraught with complex certification issues than determining whether the administrative exemption applies to network, internet and database administrators or related positions in information technology departments. When faced with such a challenge in federal court, however, employers have consistently found success by demonstrating that common questions of law or fact do not predominate over the putative class members. This is true even if all of the other prerequisites for class certification have been satisfied.

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