Class Action Against Rite Aid Settles for $20.9 Mil.

, The Legal Intelligencer


A federal judge in the Middle District of Pennsylvania has approved a $20.9 million settlement in a wage-and-hour class and collective action against Rite Aid Corp.

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  • David d. Murray

    It makes one wonder, after so many successful wage-hour claims over the past ten years or so, why these large corporations continue to tumble . . . . . don't they have employment law lawyers advising them? . . . . While exempt vs. non-exempt does have thorny issues at times, for the most part any reasonable labor lawyer should be able to properly advise these companies. I guess this begs the question, "Then why don't they?" Or maybe they do and the collective corporate conscience is that they will just wait until they are caught and in the meantime, they will just keep rakin' in the dough. It is truly amazing how corporate greed pervades and how little respect large corporations have for their employees, or for the law. This ain't brain surgery!

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