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Tuesday, April 03, 2007

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TommyK

Isn't its take on the "intentional misclassification" theory interesting? It seems to say that even if the employer intentionally made everyone exempt without doing any analysis of whether they actually were exempt, that does not make the case suitable for class treatment if, in fact, a goodly portion of the putative class qualifies for the exemption based on their actual job duties. That rule is not the only plausible interpretation of Sav-On.

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