On October 24, 2012, the Supreme Court denied review but granted depublication in Harris v. Superior Court (Liberty Mutual), No. S205097.
This is the case in which the Supreme Court addressed the administrative exemption but did not reach the issue of class certification. Harris v. Superior Court (Liberty Mutual), 53 Cal.4th 170 (2011). The Court of Appeal, on remand, held that the trial court should not have granted the defendant's motion to decertify the class. Harris v. Superior Court (Liberty Mutual), 207 Cal.App.4th 1225 (2012) (depublished).
The depublication request, filed by the California Employment Law Council, argued that Court of Appeal did not follow the Supreme Court's directives when it applied the administrative exemption on remand.
My original post on the Court of Appeal opinion on remand in Harris is here.
UPDATE: A link to the depublication request of CELC has been added.