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September 3, 1999 | Greg Hernandez
A lawsuit alleging that Irvine-based Taco Bell Corp. has avoided paying overtime to 2,300 managers and assistant managers was certified as a class-action case this week. The lawsuit, filed in Santa Clara Superior Court, seeks back wages ranging from $20,000 to $50,000 for each manager. The case is not expected to go to trial until late next year at the soonest, said Diane Ritchie, a San Jose-based labor attorney who is part of the legal team representing the plaintiffs.
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September 3, 1999 | Greg Hernandez
A lawsuit alleging that Irvine-based Taco Bell Corp. has avoided paying overtime to 2,300 managers and assistant managers was certified as a class-action case this week. The lawsuit, filed in Santa Clara Superior Court, seeks back wages ranging from $20,000 to $50,000 for each manager. The case is not expected to go to trial until late next year at the soonest, said Diane Ritchie, a San Jose-based labor attorney who is part of the legal team representing the plaintiffs.
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May 1, 1991 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They came from Los Angeles with Hollywood money and haute cuisine. But four months later, the celebrity proprietors of a glitzy Aspen, Colo., restaurant left in a rush, stiffing workers on their paychecks and leaving suppliers with thousands of dollars in unpaid bills, police say. "They have left owing money," confirmed Aspen police Sgt.
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May 1, 1991 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They came from Los Angeles with Hollywood money and haute cuisine. But four months later, the celebrity proprietors of a glitzy Aspen, Colo., restaurant left in a rush, stiffing workers on their paychecks and leaving suppliers with thousands of dollars in unpaid bills, police say. "They have left owing money," confirmed Aspen police Sgt.
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