December 9, 2016
The jury returns with its final verdict finding that the Class had proven that from
December 16, 2008 through July 31, 2012 Apple’s Retail stores consistently applied a uniform scheduling practice that resulted in all of California non-exempt, non-managerial Retail employees who worked more than five hours missing the opportunity to take
their first meal period by the start of the sixth hour of work and awarding the Class $2 million dollars in unpaid meal period premiums as a result of these unlawful practices.
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