Mealey's Litigation Procedure - Remand Denied, Arbitration Granted In Off-The-Clock Work Class Complaint

LOS ANGELES - A federal magistrate judge in California on Sept. 13 denied an employee's motion to remand his class complaint over wage violations, including allegations that he and others who worked for a health care staffing company were denied compensation for time spent flying to cities where they would be working and being bussed to work sites and granted the employer's motion to compel arbitration (David H. Marron v. Healthsource Global Staffing, Inc., No. 19-1534, N.D. Calif., 2019 U.S. App. LEXIS 157095).
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