CBS Agrees To Settle Parking-Spot Guards' OT Suit For $10M

By RJ Vogt (August 22, 2018, 10:21 PM EDT) -- In the latest settlement between a major studio and production assistants hired to guard parking spaces, CBS Television Studios and its affiliates have agreed to pay $9.98 million to resolve allegations they failed to pay overtime, a New York federal court filing Wednesday showed.

The proposed agreement follows a similar $4.3 million deal struck by NBCUniversal Media LLC and preliminarily approved in February. Attorneys with Valli Kane & Vagnini LLP, who represent the class of parking production assistants, or PPAs, in the cases against CBS, NBC and more, said in the filing that there have been a dozen wage and hour cases...

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