SAN FRANCISCO The California Supreme Court Wednesday agreed to review a potentially precedent-setting state appellate decision that a wage-and-hour case against Brinker International Inc. could not continue as a class action because the Chili’s Grill & Bar parent only had to “make available” meal and rest breaks, not to “ensure” they were taken. Adecision affirming the San Diego appeal court's July ruling would solidify Brinker's partial victory in the still-pending case by endorsing ...
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