Twenty-two delivery drivers who wanted to join a worker misclassification lawsuit against Bimbo Bakeries USA Inc. must be dismissed from the New Hampshire-based collective action because they’re not residents of the state, a federal judge said Tuesday.
A group of T-Mobile customer-service representatives may proceed as a nationwide Fair Labor Standards Act collective on claims that they weren’t paid for off-the-clock work, a Washington federal court ruled.
A case over whether it is legal under state minimum wage law to pay immigrant detainees $1 a day for work performed while in detention will proceed to trial after neither side convinced a federal court to rule in their favor.
Wells Fargo Bank N.A. must continue to face investors’ proposed class claims that it aided and abetted fraud and breach of fiduciary duty in connection with an alleged Chicago real estate Ponzi scheme, a federal court in California said.
A shareholder suit over aerospace supply chain company Wesco Aircraft Holdings Inc.‘s sale to Platinum Equity Advisors LLC must be dismissed because it failed to allege certain pre-sale financial projections were improper, a federal court in New York ruled.