Thursday, November 29, 2007

Charging by the word now, eh?

"Thus, in light of the facts of this case and the law governing the disputed facts, it becomes transparently obvious that current and former employees of Defendant, if do have "a right" to recover for any time spent performing the activities complained of in the complaint, if said activities were uncompensated. Other than compensability under the FLSA, a far more nebulous question to resolve (though readily ascertainable after discovery) is how much time is owed on an average is owed to class members."

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