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BDS Marketing

A former employee, John Mulligan, settled a class action on behalf of: Any individual employed in California on an hourly basis as a flex force trainer, flex force assisted sales representative, and/or merchandizing specialist during the Class Period. The Mulligan case alleged that BDS failed to pay employees at least minimum wage for all hours worked or overtime rates for overtime work; failed/fails to provide employees with proper rest and/or meal breaks and/or compensate Complainant and similarly situated aggrieved employees an additional hour of premium pay for missed/improper meal and rest breaks; and failed/fails to reimburse employees for all business expenses incurred. The settlement covered the period from March 4, 2009 to February 25, 2015.

Recently a new case has been filed alleging a continuation of the same types of violations raised and settled in the Mulligan matter but for period of February 25, 2015 (the end of the Mulligan Class period) to the present.

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