SAN FRANCISCO —Oral arguments are scheduled to be heard by the California Supreme Court here this week on a lawsuit that could limit the liability of employers—and potentially save them millions of dollars—if they are found to have violated meal and rest break requirements. Though the case, Murphy v. Kenneth Cole Productions Inc., involves state labor code violations by a national retail store chain, a Supreme Court ruling on the issue ...
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