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Culinart Sued in Class Action Filed By The San Diego Labor Law Lawyers At Blumenthal, Nordrehaug & Bhowmik for Allegedly Failing to Pay Proper Overtime Wages

The class action complaint filed by the employment labor law firm Blumenthal, Nordrhaug & Bhowmik alleges that Culinart of California unlawfully failed to pay proper overtime wages and allegedly failed to provide proper meal and rest breaks

(PRWEB) June 17, 2016

The San Diego employment law lawyers at Blumenthal, Nordrhaug & Bhowmik filed a putative class action lawsuit against Culinart of California, Inc. The primary allegations in the complaint allege that Culinart failed to compensate their Golden State employees for all overtime worked. The pending class action lawsuit against Culinart of California, Case No. 37-2016-00019849-CU-OE-CTL, is currently pending in the San Diego County Superior Court for the State of California. To read a copy of the complaint, click here.

The class action lawsuit against Culinart of California states that Culinart allegedly failed to have a timekeeping system that accurately recorded and paid their California employees for all overtime wages.

The lawsuit further alleges that Culinart failed to have policies and procedures in place that provided their California employees with meal breaks. California labor laws provide that any employee scheduled to work more than five (5) hours shall receive, at a minimum, a thirty (30) minute uninterrupted off duty meal break. Allegedly, even though these employees forfeited meal breaks, they received no additional compensation as required under the labor code.

For more information about the class action lawsuit against Culinart call Attorney Nicholas De Blouw at (866) 771-7099.

Blumenthal, Nordrehaug & Bhowmik is a Los Angeles employment law firm that is dedicated to helping employees in California who have been wrongfully terminated, denied proper overtime pay, denied payment of earned commission wages, and also employees who have been improperly denied their meal and rest breaks.

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