Calif. Supreme Court Gives Worker PAGA Suits More Oomph

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In a ruling against retail chain Marshalls, the California Supreme Court said plaintiffs suing under the state's Private Attorneys General Act have broad discovery rights early in the litigation.

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  • J. Lundberg

    One more example as to why the business reasons for doing business in California are becoming far outweighed by the overwhelming legal costs to do so.

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