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442(Civil Rights: Jobs)
Honorable Nancy L. Maldonado
Cannabis dispensary workers at Curaleaf Holdings asked an Illinois federal judge to certify a class in their suit claiming managers at locations around the country stole the contents of tip jars, saying the company's unified management structure supported the class allegations.
Cannabis dispensary Curaleaf Holdings Inc. told an Illinois federal court that two workers cannot proceed with claims that managers at different locations stole the contents of tip jars, defending its earlier position that there was no agreement to pay workers tips.
A proposed class of cannabis retail workers has urged an Illinois federal judge to deny marijuana multistate operator Curaleaf's renewed bid to toss the workers' claims over tips, saying the company had effectively ignored many of the factual allegations in the latest complaint.
Cannabis dispensary Curaleaf Holdings Inc. said there was no agreement to pay workers tips, urging an Illinois federal judge to toss a proposed class and collective action claiming managers at different locations stole the contents of a tip jar.
Cannabis dispensary Curaleaf Holdings Inc. asked an Illinois federal court to toss claims that it stole the contents of a tip jar, arguing that it never agreed to pay those tips to workers in the first place.
A former employee of a Curaleaf dispensary has filed a class action against the cannabis giant alleging that tips she and other employees earned were illegally taken by managers and not distributed to the hourly workers.