Graniterock Beats Class Action Over Off-Duty Meal Policy

The firm’s victory in the Brian Driscoll et al. v. Granite Rock Company case is profiled.  A California judge recently ruled that Graniterock did not violate state labor laws by allowing a class of employees to waive meal periods.  This decision could impact the pending state Supreme Court case, which is currently deciding whether employers are obligated to ensure workers take meal breaks.  Alan Levins is quoted throughout the article.

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