The Supreme Court recently denied review in two cases involving class certification of wage and hour claims.
On July 24, 2013, the Court denied review and depublication in Faulkinbury v. Boyd & Associates, no. S211515. Faulkinbury was the last remaining Brinker "grant and hold" case. The Court of Appeal's original 2010 opinion affirmed the trial court's order denying class certification of meal period and rest break claims, but on transfer after Brinker, the Court of Appeal reversed, and directed the trial court to certify those classes. See this blog post for more on the new Faulkinbury opinion.
On July 10, 2013, the Court denied review and depublication in Dailey v. Sears Roebuck and Co., no. S210355. This case involved class certification of claims stemming from an employer's alleged misclassification of certain employees. The trial court denied class certification, and the Court of Appeal affirmed. My original, short post on Dailey is here.
The Court also recently denied review in a third wage and hour case, Gonzalez v. Downtown LA Motors, no. S210681 (rev. den. Jul. 17, 2013). (This case does not involve class certification issues, so I did not previously cover it here.)
It appears that the Supreme Court remains uninterested in taking up additional wage and hour cases after Brinker and Duran. That won't last forever, of course.