Lululemon Workers Poised To Get Cert. In FLSA Suit

Law360 (August 13, 2018, 8:02 PM EDT) -- A New York federal magistrate judge Monday recommended the court certify a class of employees in a suit alleging fitness wear retailer Lululemon does not pay them for hours spent on mandatory community outreach and administrative work.

U.S. Magistrate Judge Anne Shields said named plaintiff Rebecca Gathmann-Landini had put forth sufficient evidence of her claim that employees at Lululemon Athletica Inc. stores across the state of New York have been forced to perform tasks, like attending fitness classes and writing reports off the clock, to merit a conditional class certification.

“As discussed in great detail above, plaintiff’s submission more than supports...

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