Sprint Cuts $3.3M Deal In OT Suit Judge Called 'The Worst'

Law360, Los Angeles (December 7, 2015, 10:56 PM EST) -- Sprint Nextel Corp. has agreed to pay $3.37 million to settle claims it didn't compensate retail consultants and store managers for actual hours worked, in a suit the presiding California federal judge once called “the worst on his docket” because of the parties' squabbling, according to a Monday filing.

Attorneys for the plaintiffs and Sprint said in a joint stipulation for class and collective action settlement and release of claims that they had reached an agreement after U.S. District Judge Vincent Chhabria expressed frustration watching the parties...
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