Jacob v. Duane Reade, Inc. et al

  1. May 08, 2017

    NY Judge Signs Off On $13.5M Duane Reade OT Deal

    A New York federal judge on Friday approved a $13.5 million deal to settle a class action alleging the Duane Reade drugstore chain didn't pay overtime wages to assistant store managers, but he refused to sign off on a provision that would have limited references to the case on the class counsel's web or social media pages.

  2. January 09, 2017

    Duane Reade To Pay $13.5M To End Asst. Manager OT Suit

    Pharmacy and convenience store chain Duane Reade Inc. will pay $13.5 million to settle a class action alleging it didn't pay overtime wages to assistant store managers, according to an agreement filed in New York federal court on Friday.

  3. June 09, 2016

    Door Shuts On Duane Reade's Decertification Bid In OT Suit

    A New York federal judge Thursday stood firm by his class certification ruling on behalf of Duane Reade Inc. assistant store managers who claim they were shorted of overtime pay, denying the pharmacy chain's bid for decertification at discovery's end.

  4. August 08, 2013

    Duane Reade Assistant Managers Can Proceed As Class

    A New York federal judge said Thursday that Duane Reade Inc. assistant managers can proceed as a class in a suit alleging that the pharmacy chain shortchanged them on overtime pay, despite protests from the company.

  5. April 04, 2013

    Citing Comcast, Duane Reade Tries To Quash OT Class

    Citing the last week's U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Comcast Corp. v. Behrend, Duane Reade Inc. urged a New York federal judge on Wednesday to consider decertifying a class of assistant store managers who sued the Walgreen Co. subsidiary for unpaid overtime.

  6. February 29, 2012

    Duane Reade Can't Take Back Accidentally Produced Email

    Assistant store managers who brought an overtime collective action against Duane Reade Inc. don't have to return an inadvertently disclosed email that involved advice on the Fair Labor Standards Act from an ex-Duane Reade in-house lawyer, a New York federal judge ruled Tuesday.

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