Thursday, November 1, 2018

Brown v. Ralphs Grocery Company

A plaintiff bringing a wage and hour claim under the Private Attorneys General Act must state facts and theories supporting the alleged violations not implied by reference to the Labor Code and give the employer sufficient information to assess the seriousness of the alleged violations. However, a bare allegation of a violation of an employer's duty to maintain accurate and complete wage statements is itself sufficient. A plaintiff does not need to specify Labor Code Sec. 558 in her PAGA notice and can proceed with a claim for remedies under that section so long as she gave adequate notice of a violation for which Sec. 558 provides a remedy.

Brown v. Ralphs Grocery Company - filed Oct. 31, 2018, Second District, Div. Five 
Cite as 2018 S.O.S. 5223 

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