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  1. January 11, 2022

    40 May Not Be The Magic Number To Certify A Wage Class

    A year after the Seventh Circuit ruled that fewer than 40 workers in an overtime suit may be enough for class certification, attorneys told Law360 the decision highlights other factors to consider when assessing whether a class action meets a key requirement in a category called numerosity.

  2. July 01, 2021

    5 Major Wage And Hour Rulings So Far In 2021

    From class actions to independent contractor classification to arbitration carveouts and local sick leave ordinances in Texas, the first half of 2021 was a busy period for wage and hour litigation. Here, Law360 reviews five of the top rulings.

  3. January 29, 2021

    7th Circ. Tackles Numerosity Rule In OT Class Action

    Proposed class actions with fewer than 40 potential members, and with members who are not spread out geographically, might not satisfy Rule 23's numerosity requirement for certification, the Seventh Circuit has ruled, upholding a lower court's wage and hour decision.

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