Harper, et al. v. Charter Communications, LLC et al

  1. February 21, 2024

    Charter Must Produce Docs Or Face Sanctions In OT Lawsuit

    Charter Communications ducked sanctions for its failure to turn over documents related to allegations that it misclassified trainee employees as overtime-exempt, but a California federal court warned the telecommunications firm that sanctions would be forthcoming if the requested documents were not.

  2. February 09, 2024

    Charter Fights Surprise Sanctions Bid Over Destroyed Docs

    Charter Communications called workers' bid to sanction it for allegedly destroying training materials a "premature and overstated sideshow" that attempts to distract the court from the merits of their wage and hour case, according to a filing in California federal court.

  3. February 09, 2024

    Calif. Forecast: Nurses' Overtime Issue At 9th Circ.

    In the coming week, attorneys should keep an eye out for Ninth Circuit oral arguments in a consolidated collective action dealing with whether nurses for the City and County of San Francisco are exempt from overtime. Here's a look at that case and other labor and employment matters on deck in California.

  4. January 25, 2024

    Charter Destroyed Records In Pay Suit, Sanctions Bid Claims

    Workers accusing Charter Communications of underpaying them, depriving them of breaks and misclassifying them as overtime-exempt during their training periods have asked a California federal court to sanction the company, saying the telecommunications giant destroyed training records that could have been used to substantiate their claims.

  5. September 08, 2022

    Charter Arbitration Pact's PAGA Waiver Is Invalid, Judge Says

    A California federal judge found that arbitration clauses requiring workers to waive claims they raise on behalf of state actors were invalid and denied Charter Communications' bid to arbitrate wage claims.