Class Eligibility

You are a Class Member, and are included in the Settlement, if you were employed by Defendant, Centinela Feed, Inc. in a non-exempt position in the State of California at any time from March 12, 2011 through April 5, 2018.

Estimated Amount

Varies

Proof of Purchase

N/A

Case Name

Perez, et al. v. Centinela Feed Inc.,
Case No. BC575341
Superior Court of the State of California, County of Los Angeles

Case Summary

The allegations in the Action include claims that Defendant violated the law with respect to its hourly-paid or non-exempt employees in the State of California, by failing to properly pay minimum wages for all hours worked, failing to pay all overtime wages earned, failing to provide compliant meal and rest periods and associated premium pay, failing to provide reimbursements for business expenses, and failing to pay all wages owed during employment and at the time of termination, among other violations. The statutes which Plaintiffs allege Defendant violated include: California Labor Code (“Cal. Lab. Code”) sections 1194 and 1197 [failure to pay all wages and minimum wage violations]; Cal. Lab. Code sections 510 and 1198 [failure to pay overtime]; Cal. Lab. Code sections 226.7 and 512 [failure to provide compliant meal and rest periods]; Cal. Lab. Code sections 2800 and 2802 [failure to reimburse necessary business-related expenses]; Cal. Lab. Code section 200 et seq. [failure to pay timely wages and waiting time penalties]; Cal. Lab. Code section 226 [inaccurate wage statements]; Cal. Lab. Code. 1174(d) [failure to maintain requisite payroll records]; Cal. Lab. Code section 2698 et seq. (Private Attorneys General Act or “PAGA”); and California Business and Professions Code section 17200 [engaging in unfair competition].

Settlement Pool

$399,000 Aprox

Deadline

08/17/18

Contact


Centinela Feed Wage and Hour Settlement
c/o Angeion Group
1801 Market Street, Suite 660
Philadaephia, PA 19103
1-888-868-4936
CFSettlement@AdministratorClassAction.com

2 responses to “Centinella Feed Wages & Hours Class Action Settlement (California Only)”

  1. a green says:

    I had a name change and an address change
    Can I still have a settlement check

    ADMIN – Hi A Green,

    Yes if you have evidence of the reason behind the change and your social is still the same. Reach out to the class action administrator to secure more details.

  2. John Novak says:

    Changed address

    ADMIN – Hi John,

    Report the change to the class action admin.

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