Apple’s long-running lawsuit to search its employees’ off-the-clock bags in California is almost over. Although its final approval hearing will not be held until July, the technology giant remains Details .9 29.9 million settlement terms It agrees And gave the claimants (and everyone else) access to documents related to the case Legal website. The list of documents includes a variety of class members, from the original class action complaint to the settlement notice. It also contains information on how to contact the Settlement Administrator.
A group of Apple employees sued the company in 2013 for checking their bags during their shift or for not paying them when they left for work, which took between five and 20 minutes. They claim that Apple is violating California law by doing so. Apple said employees needed to check bags to make sure stolen goods or merchandise were not being carried away, and tried to argue in court that those who did not like the policy could not simply use their bags or their iPhones. The company stopped searching employees’ bags in 2015.
When a district court originally dropped the case, it went to the California Supreme Court for an appeal, where the judge Sided With the plaintiffs. As before Published The lawsuit covers 14,683 employees of 52 Apple stores in California who suffered bag checks between July 25, 2009 and August 10, 2015. They will each receive $ 1,286 from the settlement amount
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