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Cases and Class Actions » Galindo v Weber Distribution, Inc.
We’re please to inform you that the parties arrived at a settlement which was given final approval by the court on June 20, 2016. The class of 254 individuals is defined as all warehousemen and lead warehousemen employed by defendant in the State of California from March 4th, 2011 until April 20, 2016. The case was settled for a total non-reversionary payment of $500,000, from which attorney fees, enhancement awards, LWDA payments and litigation costs and other costs incurred in administration of the class distribution will be deducted.
All people eligible to be class members should have received documentation in the mail from Simpluris, the third party administrator of this class action over the past several weeks. If you did not receive any such documentation, please contact Simpluris as follows:
Simpluris, Inc. | Class Action Settlement Administration
3176 Pullman Street, Suite 123, Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Toll Free: (800) 779-2104 | Main Office: (714) 824-8590 x1195 |Jarrod Salinas at email@example.com
Also, please feel free to call or email us if you have any questions or comments. Whether you are a current or former warehouse employees, we’ll be glad to speak with you.
A proposed class-action lawsuit has been filed against Weber Logistics (hereafter, “Weber”) on behalf of employees designated as warehousemen who worked for Weber at any time since April 12, 2007. The case is entitled Galindo v. Weber, Case No. BC 574427 (Los Angeles Superior Court).
In his lawsuit, filed on behalf of himself and all others similarly situated, the plaintiff contends that Weber did not comply with the requirements under California law for payment of wages, including for all work done (including putting on and taking off protective safety gear), for missed meal breaks, missed break breaks, inaccurate wage statements and failure to pay all wages due at the time of the termination of the employee, whether voluntary or involuntary. If successful, a class action allows former and current employees to receive back wages that are owed to them.
Weber denies the claims in their entirety and believes that it has followed California law with respect to the payment of wages to its employees. The court has not yet ruled on any of Plaintiff's allegations or determined whether the case is appropriate for class action status.
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Your calling and contacting us may help us and employees of Weber. If you have any documents relating to your job there, such as copies of earnings statements, checks, paystubs, nametags, that might assist our case. Similarly, if you can let us review anything you signed, or provide names of fellow employees, manuals, emails, letters, timesheets, schedules or anything else, it might help us and others to see them. You might even have texts or pictures on your phone.
Thanks for any assistance you can provide. Your call or email or text might go a long way toward helping many people who worked at Weber.
We hope to hear from you soon if you think this applies to you in any way or if you have any information you think would be helpful.
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