Cases

Cases 2017-07-21T22:14:03+00:00

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Our attorneys have successfully handled claims for hundreds of thousands of employees and consumers in a variety of legal actions far too numerous to mention here. In doing so, we have developed an excellent reputation as experts in employment and commercial class action litigation.

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This lawsuit alleges violations of California law for failure to pay overtime to 99 Cents Only Stores’ California salaried managers. It was also alleged that the company denied these managers rest and meal periods.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this litigation, alleging violations of California law for denial of meal and rest periods on behalf of the company’s security guards. This action received class certification status in 2006, and has since settled.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Click here to read the Class Certification Order.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this class action on behalf of all California Technicians employed by AC Square (during the applicable claims period) to recover unpaid wages including overtime pay, meal and rest period compensation, related penalties and un-reimbursed expenses.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this lawsuit alleging violations of California law for unpaid wages (including overtime wages) on behalf of Active Sports Clubs LLC’s California-based group fitness instructors, personal trainers, and hourly, non-exempt employees. The lawsuit also contains claims for failure to provide meal and rest periods, failure to reimburse expenses, and maintaining a policy under which employees forfeit vested paid time off.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

This wage & hour complex litigation matter involved the misclassification of overtime non-exempt administrative assistants and secretaries at this company’s California facilities. This matter has resolved. We served as counsel for the proposed class.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this litigation against ADT Security Services, alleging violations of California law for denial of meal and rest periods on behalf of the company’s non-exempt security guards. This action has since resolved.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this class action against AIG Retirement Advisors on behalf of its Financial Advisors alleging violations of California law for failure to pay overtime wages and failure to provide meal and rest periods.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Drug Manager Class
Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this action for violations of California’s overtime laws on behalf of the company’s Drug Managers. This action settled for $2.35 Million, again representing one of the highest per-workweek settlements in the state at the time.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.


Grocery Manager Class
Scott Cole & Associates, APC has filed an action against this grocery store chain for violations of California’s overtime laws on behalf of the company’s Grocery Managers. We are sole counsel for the proposed class of employees. This matter has settled.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this class action on behalf of the company’s California non-exempt security guards for alleged violations of California law for the denial of meal and/or rest periods.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a claim against American Building Maintenance (aka, American Commercial Security Services, Inc.) for violations of California law in denying meal and rest periods to security guards. Over this action’s 12-year history, it achieved class certification status, resulted in a massive trial court judgment, prompted a California Supreme Court decision and then settled for $110 million on behalf of a 14,000+ worker class.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

If you want to read the groundbreaking California Supreme Court decision, click here.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC is jointly prosecuting a class action against this medical transportation company, on behalf of its California “Dispatchers” and “Call Takers,” alleging failure to provide meal and rest breaks. Based upon our experience litigating these issues, we are asked to join this case.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint filed by our co-counsel.

iPad Overheating Lawsuit
After substantial investigation, Scott Cole & Associates, APC has filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of the millions of purchasers of Apple’s iPad tablet computer. Among the claims, the Complaint alleges fraud and violations of applicable false advertising laws arising out of the iPad’s tendency to overheat and cease functioning under normal environmental conditions.

To view a copy of the Complaint, please click here.


Denial of Meal and Rest Breaks to “Genius” Workers
Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a class action on behalf of the company’s non-exempt “Genius” position employees for alleged violations of California law for the denial of meal and/or rest periods.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this lawsuit on behalf of Aveda Services, Inc.’s California-based non-exempt employees seeking damages for alleged violations of California law for unpaid wages, including overtime wages and for time spent in security searches. The lawsuit also contains claims for failure to provide meal and rest periods and failure to reimburse expenses.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this class action against this health and fitness company on behalf of all of its “Group Fitness Instructors” and “Personal Trainers” (during the applicable claims period) to recover unpaid wages, including overtime pay, as well as for related penalties and un-reimbursed expenses.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Branch Manager Class
This lawsuit alleged violations of California law for failure to pay overtime to Bank of the West’s California Branch Managers. It was also alleged that the company denied these managers rest and meal periods.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.


Non-Exempt Employee Class
Scott Cole & Associates filed this class action on behalf of the company’s California non-exempt employees for alleged violations of California law for the denial of meal and/or rest periods.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

This class action was filed on behalf of the company’s California Sales Representatives to recover overtime pay, compensation for denied meal and rest periods and reimbursement for business expenses. This matter has settled.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed an action against this retailer on behalf of employees who were allegedly subject to security searches for which they were not compensated, in violation of California law. It was also alleged that the company has denied these employees rest and meal periods. In 2007, the Court certified a class of over 16,000 Best Buy employees. This action has resolved for $5 million.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Click here to read the Judgment of Final Approval of Class Action Settlement.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed an action against this company for violations of California law for unpaid overtime wages and for failure to provide meal and rest periods. Although a small putative class (98 class members), it settled for $1.2 Million, representing one of the highest per-workweek settlements in California at the time.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates has reason to believe that the corporate policies and procedures in place at all Black Angus California restaurant locations do not provide sufficient discretion to managers so as to deny them overtime pay. Consequently, managers at all California restaurant locations may be entitled to backpay for overtime wages and meal/rest break violations. If you agree, please contact our firm immediately.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a claim against this casino for violations of California law for failure to pay overtime to their dealers. Additionally it was alleged that the casino demanded that its dealers pay a portion of their wages into a “tip pool” from which the supervisors (who had authority over the dealers) drew extra income. Some of the claims in this action have settled.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed an action against this retail clothing chain for violations of both Federal and California overtime laws on behalf of the company’s store managers. We were sole counsel for the proposed class of employees. This action has settled.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Certified Tire & Service Centers, Inc. This lawsuit alleges violations of California law for unpaid overtime wages on behalf of Certified Tire and Service Centers’ California-based non-exempt technicians. The lawsuit also contains a claim for failure to provide meal and rest periods.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this class action on behalf of the company’s California Branch Client Service Specialists to recover overtime pay and related penalties plus meal and rest period wages.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this action against Check ‘n Go on behalf of its California-based customer service representatives to address alleged violations of California law for failure to provide meal and/or rest breaks and unpaid wages (including overtime).

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

An explosion at Chevron’s Richmond, California oil refinery on March 25, 1999 sent a huge pillar of black smoke into the air and resulted in a fire that smoldered for days. The smoke from the fire forced local residents to “shelter in place” with their windows and doors closed and caused severe health problems for many of the area’s citizens and workers. Our firm served on the Plaintiffs’ Management Committee in this class action and directly represented many of the injured residents in the Richmond, El Cerrito and San Pablo, California communities. The action has settled.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

This lawsuit alleges violations of California law for failure to provide meal and rest periods on behalf of Cinemark USA, Inc.’s non-exempt employees.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

This class action alleged misclassification of Circle K Stores’ California Store Managers as exempt from overtime pay. This litigation settled. We served as co-counsel for the proposed class.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

This class action was brought against fast food chain Carl’s Jr. for violations of California’s overtime laws on behalf of the company’s California restaurant chain managers. The coordinated litigation settled for $9.0 million in 2004.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

This lawsuit alleges violations of California law for unpaid wages (including overtime wages) on behalf of Club One’s California-based non-exempt group fitness instructors. The lawsuit also contains claims for failure to provide meal and rest periods and failure to reimburse expenses.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

On September 22, 1999, lightning struck and ignited a pile of approximately 7 million illegally stored waste tires in Westley, California, a town about 70 miles east of San Francisco. Over the subsequent five weeks, the fire spewed smoke and carcinogens over a large portion of the State of California. Our firm serves as Lead Class Counsel of a Plaintiffs’ Steering/Management Committee in the consolidated actions against the owners and operators of this tire pile. These cases seek compensation for those individuals and businesses suffering personal and/or property damages as a result of these toxic substances and the fire’s fall-out. If you believe you were affected by this major event, please contact our firm. In 2001, we reached a settlement with one defendant (CMS Generation Co.) for $9 million. In 2002, the Santa Clara County Superior Court granted provisional class certification to four subclasses and, in 2003, granted final approval of the settlement. Thereafter, one additional defendant settled for almost $1 million. The lawsuit has settled in its entirety.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates has reason to believe that the corporate policies and procedures in place at all Coach California retail locations do not provide sufficient discretion to store managers so as to deny them overtime pay. Consequently, store managers at all California retail locations may be entitled to backpay for overtime wages and meal/rest break violations. If you agree, please contact our firm immediately.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Manager Class
This action was brought on behalf of the company’s Mid-Level Managers and claimed the misclassification of these workers as overtime exempt/salaried employees. We served as counsel for the proposed class of workers.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.


Merchandiser Class
This is one of two companion actions we prosecuted against this soft drink giant for violations of California’s overtime laws. This action was brought on behalf of over 4,000 hourly workers at the company’s bottling, distribution and sales centers who were allegedly forced to work “off-the-clock” for Coca Cola and/or whose time records were ordered modified by the company. This well-publicized coordinated action was settled for $12 Million and on very favorable terms for the claimants. We filed the first action on these issues and ultimately worked with co-counsel for the proposed class of workers.


Security Guard Class
This class action was brought against this soft drink giant for the company’s alleged denial of break periods to security guards. This action was litigated in Los Angeles County Superior Court and has settled. We served as counsel for the proposed class of security guards.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC served as sole counsel for the proposed class against this warehouse company for allegedly requiring its non-exempt membership warehouse employees to remain at work, after completion of their ordinary duties, without paying those employees’ wages (including overtime wages) for all compensable time owed, in violation of California law.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a class action against this retail chain for mis-classification of Store Managers at this company’s California stores as exempt from overtime pay. This action has settled and, as a result, Crabtree & Evelyn re-classified these Managers as hourly workers and compensated them for back wages and penalties. We served as counsel for the Manager class.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed an action against this company on behalf of non-exempt distribution warehouse workers who were allegedly subject to security searches for which they were not compensated, in violation of California law. Also alleged was that the company further violated California law by denying these employees meal and rest periods.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC has filed a class action against this health and fitness company on behalf of all of the company’s “Personal Trainers” (during the applicable claims period) to recover unpaid wages, overtime pay, related penalties and un-reimbursed expenses.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a claim against Cypress Security, LLC on behalf of its California hourly security guards. The claims seek payment of unpaid wages and for related penalties attributable to the denial of meal and rest period compensation (in violation of California law).

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed an action against Dashers Insurance Services, Inc. for violations of California law for unpaid overtime wages, for failure to provide meal and rest periods and for failure to provide accurate itemized wage statements. We served as counsel for the proposed class of sales agents. This matter has settled.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

This lawsuit alleges violations of California and Federal law for damages on behalf of a national class of consumers who have purchased De Wafelbakkers, LLC’s food products that were falsely and misleadingly labeled as “All Natural,” but which, in fact, contain one or more synthetic chemical ingredients.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

2002 Litigation

This class action was filed against Dollar Tree on behalf of hundreds of Managers at this chain retailer’s California location for violations of overtime laws. This action has settled for approximately $8 million. Scott Cole & Associates, APC served as co-class counsel for these current and former employees.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.


2007 Litigation

This lawsuit alleged violations of California law for failure to pay overtime to Dollar Tree’s California store managers. It was also alleged that the company denied these managers rest and meal periods. This lawsuit was the second case we filed against this retailer for the same violations. The court certified a class of California store managers in 2009.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

If you want to read the class certification order, click here.

This wage and hour complex litigation matter involved the misclassification of overtime non-exempt Restaurant Managers at this company’s restaurants. This litigation has resolved.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

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We filed a nation-wide (and New York State) class action against this financial securities company on behalf of all of the company’s financial services representatives to recover overtime pay and related penalties. We served on a Lead Counsel Committee in this action, which settled in 2008 for $19 million.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed two actions against this restaurant chain alleging violations of California law for denial of meal and rest periods on behalf of the restaurant’s hourly, non-exempt employees.

If you want to learn more about the cases, click here and/or here to read the respective Complaints.

This lawsuit was filed as a class action against Enterprise Protective Services, Inc. in Alameda County Superior Court on behalf of its security guards to recover compensation for missed meal and rest periods.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC has filed a class action against this health and fitness company on behalf of all of the company’s “Personal Trainers” (during the applicable claims period) to recover unpaid wages, overtime pay, related penalties and un-reimbursed expenses.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

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2000 Litigation

This class action, filed in 2000, alleged mis-classification of Factory 2-U’s California Store Managers and Assistant Store Managers as exempt from overtime pay. In 2001, the Alameda County Superior Court certified two sub-classes (Managers and Assistant Managers) and, in 2002, granted final approval to a settlement of the action for $2 million.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.


2010 Litigation

This putative class action lawsuit is pending in Alameda County Superior Court and alleges that Factory 2-U unlawfully (1) misclassifies its California Store Managers as exempt from overtime pay and compensation for missed meal and rest periods and (2) fails to provide meal and rest periods to its hourly retail employees.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC has filed two group actions against this retailer on behalf of its California non-exempt employees who were allegedly subject to security searches for which they were not compensated, in violation of California law. It is also alleged that the company has denied these employees meal and rest periods.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates filed this nation-wide (and California State) class action against Fastenal on behalf of all of the company’s Branch Managers to recover overtime pay and related penalties. In addition, the lawsuit alleges Fastenal violated California law by failing to pay its California Branch Managers overtime compensation and denying them meal and rest periods. In 2011, the court conditionally certified a collective action under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, allowing any Fastenal Branch Manager across the nation to join in the case.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

This action alleged violations of California law for unpaid overtime wages and for failure to provide meal and rest periods on behalf of these retailers’ Center Managers. This matter has settled.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC served as sole counsel for the proposed class against this construction company for violation of California law for failure to pay overtime to its employees. It was also alleged that the company denied its employees rest and meal periods and failed to provide itemized wage statements. This litigation has resolved with our client as the “prevailing party.”

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC served as co-counsel for the proposed class against this retail chain for violation of California law for failure to pay overtime to its store managers. It was also alleged that the company denied the store managers rest and meal periods. This litigation has settled.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed an action against the specialty clothing retailer on behalf of its store managers. It was alleged that Frederick’s failed to pay overtime to its store managers, and denied this class of employees meal and rest periods. This action settled.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this class action on behalf of the company’s California-based security guards to recover unpaid wages, including compensation for missed meal and rest periods, in violation of California law.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates has reason to believe that the corporate policies and procedures in place at all Godiva California retail locations do not provide sufficient discretion to store managers so as to deny them overtime pay. Consequently, store managers at all California retail locations may be entitled to backpay for overtime wages and meal/rest break violations. If you agree, please contact our firm immediately.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

This legal action alleged violations of California law for unpaid overtime wages and for failure to provide rest and meal periods. In this action, we brought claims on behalf of multiple employee classifications. The action has settled.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

This lawsuit brings claims on behalf of consumers under California law alleging that Goya’s “Malta Goya” cola soft drinks, Goya Sangria, and Goya Ginger Beer contain a carcinogen known as 4-methylimidazole in amounts sufficient to expose consumers to substantial health risks, yet Goya allegedly conceals the presence of this carcinogen by omitting it from the beverages’ ingredients lists.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint filed by our co-counsel.

This lawsuit alleges violations of California law for unpaid wages (including overtime wages) on behalf of Grassroots Campaigns, Inc.’s canvas directors and canvas assistant directors. The lawsuit also contains claims for failure to provide meal and rest periods.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this class action on behalf of the company’s Financial Representatives to recover overtime pay and related penalties, meal and rest period wages and reimbursement for business-related expenses.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this class action on behalf of the company’s California non-exempt retail managers seeking damages for alleged violations of California law including denial of meal and rest periods.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a class action against this retailer on behalf of its California hourly employees who were allegedly subject to security searches for which they were not compensated, in violation of California law. It is also alleged that the company has denied these employees meal and rest periods.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

This lawsuit alleges violations of California and Federal law for damages on behalf of a national class of consumers who have purchased “Earth’s Best” food products that were falsely and misleadingly labeled as “All Natural,” but which, in fact, contain one or more synthetic chemical ingredients.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this lawsuit on behalf of consumers who were misled into purchasing Hampton Creek’s “Just Mayo” products when such products did not meet the FDA guidelines for mayonnaise.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

This lawsuit alleges violations of California law for unpaid wages, including overtime wages, on behalf of Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc.’s California-based non-exempt retail employees and non-exempt retail managers. It is alleged that these workers were subject to security searches for which they were not compensated, in violation of California law. The lawsuit also contains a claim for failure to provide meal and rest periods.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

This lawsuit alleged that Home Depot unlawfully charged customers sales tax for installation services and misrepresented the price of its products to the public.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed an action on behalf of employees against Info Objects, Inc. alleging violations of California law seeking unpaid wages, including unpaid overtime compensation.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates filed this case against Inter-Con for violations of California law stemming from its alleged failure to provide meal and rest breaks, on behalf of the company’s California-based security guards.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

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These lawsuits alleged that this fast food chain’s company-owned restaurants in California violated wage and overtime laws against night crew workers. The state court action settled for $8 million.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Federal court Complaint.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the State court Complaint.

This legal action alleged misclassification of Jiffy Lube’s California store managers and resultant violations of California law for unpaid overtime wages and failure to provide meal and rest periods.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

On October 1, 2010, Scott Cole & Associates filed a false advertising class action lawsuit on behalf of purchasers of Listerine Total Care Anticavity Mouthwash, manufactured by Johnson & Johnson. The Complaint alleges that Listerine is not, in fact, a FDA-approved product for fighting plaque above the gum line.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates filed a class action against this retailer alleging that it failed to provide overtime compensation and meal and rest breaks to its hourly managers in “key-holder” positions.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

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These owners and operators of various motels/hotels were sued for violations of California’s minimum wage, overtime and meal and rest period laws on behalf of the company’s hourly workers. This litigation has settled. We served as counsel for the class of workers.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC served as sole counsel for the proposed class against this security company for violation of California law for failure to provide meal and rest periods for its non-exempt building security guards, as well as failure to reimburse them for incurred business expenses. This matter has resolved through settlement.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a class action alleging violations of California law for failure to pay overtime to Kmart’s Sales Coach, Operations Manager, and Merchandise Manager positions. It was also alleged that the company denied these managers rest and meal periods.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

This lawsuit alleged that this franchise’s “Jack in the Box” fast food restaurants denied its California night crew workers meal and rest periods.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

2005 Litigation

This action alleged violations of California law for failure to pay overtime to assistant store managers. It was also alleged that the company denied its assistant store managers rest and meal periods. This case has resolved for $6 million.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.


2010 Litigation

Apparently undeterred by our previous litigation, Kohl’s allegedly continues to deny its salaried Assistant Store Managers overtime pay and meal and rest breaks. In 2010, Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this case against Kohl’s seeking unpaid wages and penalties on behalf of a potential class of its California salaried Assistant Store Managers.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a class action against this food distribution company alleging that it failed to provide meal and rest breaks to its California route salespersons.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

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2009 Litigation

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this action against this health and fitness company seeking unpaid wages under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act on behalf of all the company’s personal trainers employed in the United States during the applicable claims period.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.


2011 & 2012 Litigation

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this action against this health and fitness company, seeking wages, related penalties, and un-reimbursed expenses on behalf of all of the company’s California Class Instructors and Personal Trainers.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.


2015 Litigation

Apparently undeterred by our previous litigation, L.A. Fitness allegedly continues its unlawful payment practices. In 2015, Scott Cole & Associates filed this case against L.A. Fitness seeking unpaid civil penalties on behalf of a potential class of L.A. Fitness’ California Group Exercise Instructors and Personal Trainers.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed an action against this company for its allegedly unlawful disclosure of private credit, financial and/or other personal information. This action has settled.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed an action against this retailer on behalf of non-exempt employees who were allegedly subjected to security checks for which they were not compensated and denied employees meal and rest periods, in violation of California law. This case also alleges that Lowe’s failed to pay employees for all time worked, including overtime.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

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2006 Litigation

Scott Cole & Associates, APC served as counsel for the proposed class against this retail chain for violation of California law for failure to pay their in-store, non-exempt employees overtime wages and allegedly denying them rest and meal periods.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.


2016 (and later) Litigation

Scott Cole & Associates, APC served as counsel for the proposed class against this retail chain for violation of California law for failure to pay their in-store, non-exempt employees overtime wages and allegedly denying them rest and meal periods.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a class action against this retail/service chain for misclassification of Store Managers at this company’s California stores as exempt from overtime pay. We served as counsel for the proposed manager class. This action settled at trial.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

This lawsuit alleges violations of California and Federal law for damages on behalf of a national class of consumers who have purchased Marie Callender’s food products that were falsely and misleadingly labeled as “All Natural,” but which, in fact, contain one or more synthetic chemical ingredients.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the First Amended Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this action against MediFit, seeking unpaid wages (including overtime) on behalf of its California-based personal trainers and group exercise instructors. The action also seeks payment for failer to provide meal and/or rest breaks, and unreimbursed business expensess.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a class action against this retailer alleging violations of California law for failure to pay overtime to its salaried managers. It is also alleged that the company denied these managers meal and rest periods and required them to incur unreimbursed business expenses.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a national class action against this security company on behalf of all of the company’s insurance brokers to recover overtime pay, compensation for denied meal and rest periods and reimbursement for items such as office space and telephone expenses.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed an action against this retailer on behalf of employees who were allegedly subject to security searches for which they were not compensated, in violation of California law. It is also alleged that the company has denied these employees rest and meal periods.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this litigation, alleging violations of California law for denial of meal and rest periods and unpaid wages on behalf of Monument’s non-exempt security personnel.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC has filed a claim against Musicland for violations of California law for unpaid overtime wages and for failure to provide meals and rest periods. We served as counsel for a proposed class of In-Store Managers.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

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This lawsuit alleges violations of California law for failure to provide meal and rest breaks on behalf of Nekter Juice Bar, Inc.’s California-based non-exempt employees. The lawsuit also contains a claim for failure to pay overtime compensation and failure to provide reimbursement for business expenses.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a class action against this health and fitness company on behalf of its New York Personal Trainers to recover unpaid minimum and overtime wages.

If you want to learn more about the case, click here to read the Complaint.

Department Manager Class

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this class action on behalf of the company’s California Department Managers for alleged violations of California’s law for failing to pay overtime wages and denying them meal and rest periods.

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Executive Chef Class

This lawsuit alleges violations of California law for failure to pay overtime compensation to Nordstrom’s California Executive Chefs. It is also alleged that the company denied these Chefs meal and rest periods.

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California Class Action (Chaidez)

This wage and hour complex litigation matter involved the alleged mis-classification of overtime non-exempt California Route Sales Representatives. We served as primary counsel for this proposed class of employees. This action has settled.

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Federal Class Action (Kluger)

This nationwide wage and hour complex litigation matter involves the misclassification of overtime non-exempt Route Sales Representatives at this company’s numerous Sales and Operations facilities. This action has settled.

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2008 Litigation

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this matter on behalf of all company employees who were forced to maintain, as a condition of employment, a company-issued uniform. This class action also seeks recovery of unpaid wages, compensation for the improper denial of overtime pay and for missed meal and rest periods. This matter has settled.

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2011 Litigation

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this class action against Orchard on behalf of its California hourly employees who were allegedly subject to security searches for which they were not compensated, in violation of California law. It is also alleged that the company has denied these employees meal and rest breaks.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a class action lawsuit for unpaid wages against this restaurant chain alleging violations of California law for denial of meal and rest periods on behalf of the its hourly restaurant employees.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this class action on behalf of the company’s California Regional General Managers to recover overtime pay and related penalties plus meal and rest period wages.

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Scott Cole & Associates has reason to believe that the corporate policies and procedures in place at all Panda Express California locations do not provide sufficient discretion to managers so as to deny them overtime pay. Consequently, managers at all California locations may be entitled to backpay for overtime wages and meal/rest break violations. If you agree, please contact our firm immediately.

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2009 Litigation

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a claim in 2009 against Paragon Systems, Inc. for violations of California law for denial of meal and rest periods toward security guards. This lawsuit settled for $885,410.

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2013 Litigation

This lawsuit alleges violations of California law for failure to provide meal and rest periods to Paragon Systems, Inc.’ California-based non-exempt security officers. The lawsuit also contains claims for failure to pay wages (including overtime wages) to these workers.

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This lawsuit alleges violations of California law for failure to provide meal and rest periods on behalf of Party City Corporation’s California-based non-exempt retail and non-exempt managerial employees.

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This lawsuit brings claims on behalf of consumers under California law alleging that Pepsico, Inc.’s Pepsi, Diet Pepsi and Pepsi One beverages contain a carcinogen known as 4-methylimidazole in amounts sufficient to expose consumers to substantial health risks, yet Pepsico allegedly conceals the presence of this carcinogen by omitting it from the beverages’ ingredients lists.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this class action on behalf of the company’s non-exempt employees seeking wages for alleged violations of California law for unpaid overtime and denial of meal and/or rest periods.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a class action claim against Personal Protective Services, Inc. on behalf of its California hourly security guards. The Complaint seeks payment of unpaid wages and related penalties attributable to the denial of meal and rest period compensation in violation of California law.

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This wage and hour complex litigation matter alleged the misclassification of and non payment of overtime pay to non-exempt assistant store managers at this company’s California locations. It was also alleged that the company denied the assistant store managers meal and rest periods. This matter has resolved.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this lawsuit alleging violations of California law for denial of meal and rest periods on behalf of the company’s hourly security employees.

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2005

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this action against Rite Aid Corporation on behalf of its salaried Store Managers. It was alleged that defendant, purportedly the nation’s third largest drug store chain, failed to pay overtime to these workers and denied them their meal and rest periods. In 2006, the federal court certified the class in this action. In 2009, the action settled for $6.9 million.

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2008

In 2008, Scott Cole & Associates, APC pursued a class action in New Jersey alleging that Rite Aid unlawfully failed to pay overtime compensation to its salaried Assistant Store Managers in violation of that state’s laws.

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2011

Apparently undeterred by our previous litigation, Rite Aid allegedly continues to deny its salaried Store Managers overtime pay and meal and rest periods. In 2011, Scott Cole & Associates filed this case against Rite Aid seeking unpaid wages and penalties on behalf of a potential class of Rite Aid’s salaried Store Managers.

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2015

Rite Aid allegedly insists on continuing to deny its salaried Store Managers overtime pay and meal and rest periods. Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this case seeking unpaid wages and penalties on behalf of a potential class of Rite Aid’s salaried Store Managers. This case also alleged that Rite Aid failed to reimburse these employees for business expenses.

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This legal action alleges misclassification of Rosetta Stone’s California managers and resultant violations of California law for unpaid overtime wages and failure to provide meal and rest periods.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a class action alleging violations of California law for failure to pay overtime to Ross’s salaried Store Manager positions. It was also alleged that the company denied these managers rest and meal periods.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this class action against Republic Services, Inc. on behalf of its non-exempt Commercial Drivers alleging violations of California law for failure to provide meal and rest periods and failure to reimburse for business expenses.

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Employment Law Case
Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed three separate actions against the nation’s third-largest grocer on behalf of its salaried non-exempt managers and assistant managers. Alleged was that Safeway failed to pay overtime to these workers and denied them their meal and rest periods.

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Consumer Law Case
This lawsuit alleges violations of California and Federal law for damages on behalf of a national class of consumers who have purchased Safeway, Inc.’s food products that were falsely and misleadingly labeled as “100% Natural,” but which, in fact, contain one or more chemical synthetic ingredients.

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This grocery store chain was sued for violations of California’s overtime laws on behalf of the company’s Produce Managers. This litigation has settled.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a class action against this retailer on behalf of its California hourly employees who were allegedly subject to security searches for which they were not compensated, in violation of California law. It is also alleged that the company has denied these employees meal and rest periods.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a claim against this defendant for violations of California law (for denial of meal and rest periods) on behalf of the company’s California-based security guards. This action settled in 2009 for $15 million.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a claim This class action was filed on behalf of the company’s California-based security guards to recover unpaid wages and compensation for missed meal and rest periods in violation of California law.

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This matter was filed on behalf of Shea Mortgage’s Loan Counselors to recover overtime pay and related penalties. The case has settled.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a class action against this retailer on behalf of its California hourly employees who were allegedly subject to security searches for which they were not compensated, in violation of California law. It is also alleged that the company has denied these employees meal and rest periods.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this class action on behalf of the company’s Sales Associates, Assistant Managers, Managers, Assistant Store Managers, Store Managers, Warehouse Managers and non-exempt Delivery Drivers, to recover unpaid wages and compensation for missed meal & rest periods.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed an action against this consumer lender for violations of California law for denial of meal and rest periods on behalf of the company’s employees. We served as sole counsel for the proposed class of employees. This action has settled.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this class action against this health and fitness company on behalf of all of the company’s “Group X” Instructors (during the applicable claims period) to recover overtime pay, related penalties and un-reimbursed expenses. The court certified a class of California “Group X” Instructors in 2009 and the case thereafter settled for $19 million.

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If you want to read the class certification order in California, click here.

Similarly, we are investigating violations involving instructors in New York. If you are an instructor in New York and believe you have not received overtime pay and/or other benefits to which you are entitled, please contact us.

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this class action on behalf of the company’s California non-exempt employees seeking damages for alleged violations of California law including denial of meal and rest periods.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a claim against Sprint for violations of California law for negligent misrepresentation and for deceptive advertising practices related to pre-paid telephone calling cards. We served as counsel for the proposed class of consumers who purchased pre-paid calling cards for personal and/or commercial use. This matter has settled.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a class action against this skilled nursing facility on behalf of its residents and their family members. The case alleges that the company failed to meet state and federal minimum patient care standards and falsely represented its compliance therewith to the general public.

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Uniform Class

Scott Cole & Associates, APC served as sole counsel for the proposed class against this coffee chain for allegedly forcing employees to maintain issued uniforms as a term and condition of their employment and in violation of California law. It was further alleged that the company was in violation of California law for failure to pay employees overtime wages and denying them rest and meal periods.

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Overtime Class

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed an action against this coffee chain for violations of California law for unpaid overtime wages and for failure to provide meal and rest periods. We served as co-counsel for the proposed class of employees.

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This lawsuit alleges violations of California and Federal law for damages on behalf of California Solar Consultants of SunRun, seeking unpaid wages, compensation for missed meal and rest breaks and unpaid overtime compensation.

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This class action, brought against candy retailer Sweet Factory, alleged the violation of California’s overtime laws against the company’s retail Store Managers.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this class action on behalf of T-Mobile’s California retail store managers to recover overtime pay and related penalties, meal and rest period wages and reimbursement for business-related expenses.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC served as sole counsel for the proposed class against this courier service for violation of California law for failure to provide rest and meal periods to its employees. This litigation has been settled.

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This lawsuit alleged violations of California law for failure to pay overtime to the company’s Investment Consultants. It also sought compensation for missed meal and rest periods, reimbursement of business expenses and recovery of other unpaid wages. This action settled for $2.5 million.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this lawsuit on behalf of Tilly’s, Inc’s California-based non-exempt retail employees, seeking damages for alleged violations of California law for unpaid wages, including overtime wages, and for time spent in security searches. The lawsuit also contains claims for failure to provide meal and rest periods.

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During incidents on April 16, 1997 and, again, on January 7, 1998, the Tosco (old Unocal) Refinery in Rodeo, California released toxic chemicals airborne into the environment. These harmful substances traveled into neighboring communities, seriously affecting the health of citizens and local workers. Our firm served as Lead Counsel in this complex litigation and represented thousands of members of the community in that role. We settled the matter for $2.5 million, the funds from which were disbursed to over 2,000 claimants who participated in the settlement.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this lawsuit, alleging violations of California law for failure to pay overtime to Tower Mart’s California store managers. It was also alleged that the company denied these managers meal and rest periods. This matter has settled.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this class action on behalf of the company’s California non-exempt employees to recover unpaid wages and related penalties. This matter has settled.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this class action on behalf of the company’s California salaried Managers to recover unpaid wages and related penalties.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC served as sole counsel for the proposed class against this banking institution for violation of California law for allegedly negligently disclosing confidential, personal and financial information to unauthorized third parties, resulting in financial loss, the need for credit monitoring, and exposure to fraud, among other damages. This matter has settled.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed an action against Union Telecard Alliance, LLC alleging negligent misrepresentation and for deceptive advertising practices related to the marketing of its pre-paid telephone calling cards. This matter settled for approximately $22 million.

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Delivery Driver Class

This wage and hour class action litigation was brought to remedy violations of meal and rest period regulations on behalf of the company’s California ground delivery drivers. We served as co-counsel for the certified class of drivers. This action settled for $87 Million, an unprecedented settlement amount for such claims.

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“Specialists” Class

This wage and hour complex litigation matter involved the alleged mis-classification of overtime non-exempt Operations Management Specialists, Operational Excellence Specialists and/or Industrial Engineering Specialists at this company’s California facilities. The action settled in 2004 for $4.5 million.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a proposed class against this courier service for violation of California law for failure to provide rest and meal periods to its employees.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a claim in 2009 against Universal Protection Security Systems, Inc. for violations of California law for denial of meal and rest periods toward security guards.

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In response to Unocal’s 16-day airborne release of chemicals over the County of Contra Costa in 1994, SCA filed a class action against the corporation on behalf of thousands of victims. After hard-fought litigation, the matter settled for $80 million.

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If you want to learn even more about the case, please purchase a copy of the book entitled “Fallout.”

Scott Cole & Associates, APC served as counsel for the proposed class against this chain of 7-Eleven franchisees for violation of California law for failure to pay overtime to hourly workers. It was also alleged that the company denied these workers rest and meal periods. This litigation has been settled.

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This lawsuit alleges violations of California law for damages on behalf of those employed by Urban Lending Solutions, seeking unpaid wages, compensation for missed meal and rest breaks and unpaid overtime compensation.

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This lawsuit alleges violations of California and Federal law for damages on behalf of a national class of consumers who have purchased Van’s International Foods, Inc.’s food products that were allegedly falsely and misleadingly labeled as “100% Natural,” but which, in fact, contain one or more synthetic chemical ingredients.

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This lawsuit alleges violations of California law for unpaid overtime wages on behalf of Verengo Solar’s California-based independent contractor Solar Consultants and/or Solar Sales Consultants. The lawsuit also contains a claim for failure to provide meal and rest periods.

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This lawsuit alleges violations of California law for unpaid overtime wages on behalf of Vivint Solar’s California-based Sales Representatives, Sales Managers, and/or similar positions who were classified as independent contractors and/or direct sellers. The lawsuit also contains a claim for failure to provide meal and rest periods, and for failure to provide reimbursement for business expenses.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this action on behalf of company field technicians to recover reimbursement for business-related expenses and for unpaid wages. This action settled for $3.2 million.

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This lawsuit joins scores of others like it against Volkswagen for fraudulent emissions reporting.

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2007 Litigation

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed an action against this retailer on behalf of employees who were subject to security searches for which they were not compensated, in alleged violation of California law. Also alleged was that the company denied its employees rest and meal periods. This case settled for $7.5 million in 2009. Defendant denies liability for these claims.

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2011 Litigation

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed an action against this retailer on behalf of employees who missed meal and rest breaks, worked off-the-clock, were not reimbursed for business-related expenses and were subject to security searches. Defendant challenged these claims, thereafter resolving them in 2014.

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2016 Litigation

Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed an action against this retailer on behalf of employees who missed meal and rest breaks, worked off-the-clock, were not reimbursed for business-related expenses and were subject to security searches.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this class action against Wells Fargo on behalf of its salaried Loan Underwriters alleging violations of California law for failure to pay overtime wages and failure to provide meal and rest periods.

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This matter was filed as a nationwide class action against Wells Fargo Investments, on behalf of its Financial Consultants to recover overtime pay, compensation for denied meal and rest periods (California only) and reimbursement for business- related service and supply expenses (California only).

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On September 22, 1999, lightning struck and ignited a pile of approximately 7 million illegally stored waste tires in Westley, California, a town about 70 miles east of San Francisco. Over the subsequent five weeks, the fire spewed smoke and carcinogens over a large portion of the State of California. Our firm served as Lead Class Counsel over a Plaintiffs’ Steering/Management Committee in the consolidated actions against the owners and operators of this tire pile and related entities. These cases sought compensation for those individuals and businesses suffering personal and/or property damages as a result of these toxic substances and the fire’s fall-out. In 2001, we reached a settlement with one defendant (CMS Generation Co.) for $9 million. In 2003, the Court granted final approval of the settlement. In 2005, two of the remaining defendants settled for an aggregate amount of roughly $1.4 million.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a class action against this retailer on behalf of its California hourly employees who were allegedly subject to security searches for which they were not compensated, in violation of California law. It is also alleged that the company has denied these employees meal and rest periods.

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This lawsuit involved claims against this retail clothing store for violations of California law for failure to pay overtime to its Store Managers as well as for the alleged denial of meal and rest periods. The settlement achieved in this action represented one of the highest per-workweek wage and hour settlements at the time.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed this class action on behalf of this grocer’s California non-exempt employees seeking damages for alleged violations of California law including denial of meal and rest periods.

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a claim against WIS Holdings Corp. (d.b.a. WIS International and Washington Inventory Service, dba WIS International) on behalf of its California Inventory Associates. The Complaint sought unpaid wages, including overtime wages, meal and rest period compensation attributable to the companies’ minimum wage violations, and denial of meal and rest periods (as required by California law).

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Scott Cole & Associates, APC filed a claim against this security company for violations of California law for denial of meal and rest periods on behalf of the company’s security guards. We served as counsel for the proposed class of employees.

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