Bloomberg Law
Aug. 8, 2022, 5:17 PM

United, Pilots Notch Wins in California Wage Statement Dispute

Jennifer Bennett
Legal Reporter

United Airlines Inc. and pilots who say it provided them with defective wage statements under California law each scored wins after a federal judge in the state partially granted both sides’ summary judgment motions.

The airline’s wage statements didn’t include required information about total hours worked and hourly pay rates, so the pilots succeeded with that claim, brought under California’s Private Attorneys General Act, the US District Court for the Northern District of California said. But United wasn’t required to list a physical address on its wage statements, dooming that portion of the suit.

United uses three different methods ...

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