STATUS: Resolved

Outten & Golden LLP serves as co-lead plaintiffs’ counsel in a putative wage and hour class action lawsuit against Wal-Mart alleging that a class of approximately 80,000 hourly employees in New York have not received proper compensation for all hours worked, including hours worked off-the-clock, or proper overtime premium pay in violation of the New York State Labor Law. The trial court denied class certification and the appellate court affirmed the decision. Recently, Wal-Mart agreed to settle numerous wage and hour cases across the country, including the New York case.

(*Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.)


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