USA: Taco Bell found guilty by jury for willfully violating wage and hour laws announces law firm of Schroeter Goldmark & Bender
Thousands of Oregon workers won a major court battle yesterday, as a Circuit Court jury found that Taco Bell willfully violated the state's wage and hour laws. Attorneys from the Seattle law firm Schroeter Goldmark & Bender representing the workers say that as a result of the verdict, Taco Bell will be required to pay back wages for violations that include working off the clock and failure to provide breaks as required by law.
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