Amalgamated Transit, et al v. Laidlaw Transit, et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|February 11, 2010
ORDER denying Plaintiffs' 186 Motion to Certify Class. Court finds that Plaintiffs' UCL class claims against First Transit are not barred by the statute of limitations because they were timely when filed. Court declines to exercise its discretion to either amend the prior class certification order or certify new class. Signed by Judge Irma E. Gonzalez on 2/11/2010. (jah)(jrl).
|August 10, 2009
ORDER granting in part and denying in part 159 Motion for Partial Summary Judgment; granting in part and denying in part 160 Motion for Partial Summary Judgment. The Court: 1.) denies Laidlaw's motion and Plaintiffs' motion regarding me al break claims, 2.) denies Laidlaw's motion and Plaintiffs' motion regarding rest period claims, 3.) grants Laidlaw's motion w/ respect to CA Labor Code 203 waiting time penalties and denies Plaintiffs' cross-motion on waiting time penalties, 4.) grants Laidlaw's motion regarding the civil penalties and denies Plaintiffs' motion for summary judgment regarding the civil penalties. Signed by Judge Irma E. Gonzalez on 8/10/2009. (jah) (kaj).
|February 2, 2009
ORDER granting Plaintiff Amalgamated Transit's 136 Motion to Certify Class. Court designates plaintiff class representative, certifies the class, and appoints Neyhart, Anderson, Flynn and Grosboll class counsel. Class counsel is ordered to provide Court w/ a proposed class notice w/in 15 days of the filing of this Order. Signed by Judge Irma E. Gonzalez on 2/2/2009. (jah) Modified on 2/2/2009 - Edited text (jah).
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