It’s funny the things that stick with you. I vividly recall from 2004 the frustration in Sam King’s voice as he talked about navigating California’s meal- and rest-break rules while on a MUFSO panel in Los Angeles that year. At that time, the company he co-founded and led, Costa Mesa, Calif.-based King’s Seafood Company Inc., was settling a lawsuit seeking damages for alleged nonprovision of rest breaks and meal periods. King said the company was going to be paying ...

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