Cadena v. Customer Connexx LLC et al

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Case overview

Case Number:

2:18-cv-00233

Court:

Nevada

Nature of Suit:

Labor: Fair Standards

Multi Party Litigation:

Class Action

Judge:

Andrew P. Gordon

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  1. November 22, 2023

    How Appellate Courts Changed The Course Of 5 Wage Cases

    An appellate opinion may breathe new life into a case that a lower court dismissed, or throw out a decision with instructions to conduct a fresh analysis that adopts a new legal test. Here, Law360 reviews what happened in five minimum wage and overtime cases where an appellate ruling changed the course of the litigation.

  2. June 06, 2023

    9th Circ. Call Center Wage Case Highlights De Minimis Hurdle

    Call center workers bringing wage and hour claims for off-the-clock work often face employers' arguments that the time was de minimis, or too insignificant to be compensable, but workers' attorneys see federal circuit court rulings and other factors as potentially changing that. Here, Law360 explores the de minimis issue.

  3. May 23, 2023

    Call Center Defeats Overtime Suit After 9th Circ. Revived It

    The time call center workers spend turning on and off their computers is too insignificant to be compensable, a Nevada federal judge ruled, handing the call center company a win after the suit took a trip to the Ninth Circuit.

  4. October 24, 2022

    9th Circ. Says Booting Up Computers Is Compensable

    The time a group of call center workers spent booting up their computers is intertwined with their work and therefore compensable under federal law, the Ninth Circuit ruled Monday, overturning a win a district court handed to their employer.