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California CVS Employee Bag Check Class Action Settlement
Settlement Deadline: January 23, 2017

Do you work for CVS in California? You may be entitled to some cash!  Preliminary approval has been given to a $12.75 million settlement in a class action lawsuit involving claims that CVS Caremark shorted roughly 78,000 workers on pay for time they spent in mandatory bag checks in violation of California labor law.

Plaintiff Kimberly Murphy filed the complaint in July 2011 that alleged they were subject to required bag checks anytime they had to leave the store for a rest break, meal break or at the end of a shift but were not compensated for this time.

Under the terms of the CVS bag check class action settlement, Class Members include all persons who worked at CVS retail store as a hourly nonexempt employee in California at any time during the time period July 5, 2007 through Oct. 3, 2016.

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Eligible Class Members should have received a Claim Form notice with a preliminary calculation of how much they might receive in money damages if every Class Member submits a valid claims and seeks the full amount of recovery.

It is estimated that Class Members will receive $100 to $200 on average. This estimated amount is likely to increase depending on the number of Class Members who file claims.

January 23, 2017






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