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August 22, 2018

Sanchez v St. Mary Medical Center

The putative class is a group of former and current hospital employees alleging a series of wage and hour violations, including (i) underpaid overtime, (ii) missed breaks, (iii) invalid rounding, (iv) inaccurate wage statements.

Dr. Brian Kriegler’s analyzed timekeeping and payroll data to calculate classwide damages. He testified twice in deposition. The case settled after the court’s class certification order and before trial began.

Industries: Healthcare

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