This morning at 9:00 a.m., the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in Duran v. U.S. Bank National Association, no. S200923. There is no indication on the California Channel website that this argument wil be either broadcast or streamed. I am planning to attend, however, and hope to have a report on the argument posted here tomorrow.
Links to the merits and amicus briefs can be found at this blog post. The docket states that the case "presents issues concerning the certification of class actions in wage and hour misclassification litigation and the use of representative testimony and statistical evidence at trial of such a class action."
After the argument was scheduled, the plaintiffs filed a letter with citations to additional authorities handed down after the merits briefs were filed. U.S. Bank filed a response last Friday, February 28.
On February 21, 2014, the Recorder had an article (subscription) on the case and the upcoming argument, in which the amicus brief I filed for CELA was extensively quoted.