In December 2010, Partner Linda Miller Savitt and Senior Counsel Christine Hoeffner completed their successful defense of a client against a wage/hour class action claim, avoiding potentially millions of dollars in discovery and liability exposure without the expense of a trial. Onerous class discovery was stopped by obtaining an appellate court order staying class discovery pending a determination of the plaintiff’s standing to be a class representative. Plaintiff’s motion for leave to amend to name a new plaintiff/class representative was defeated, and summary judgment against the plaintiff on all 10 class claims was granted. The Court of Appeal affirmed the judgment.

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