A federal jury in California found in favor of plaintiffs in a class action lawsuit charging that Taco Bell underpaid its workers who skipped their meal breaks, in violation of California law, and awarded the class of around 134,000 workers a total of $495,913, according to a report in Law360. However the jury did not find against Taco Bell with regard to other allegations, which, according to the lawsuit, included unpaid overtime, unpaid minimum wages, unreimbursed business expenses, ...
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