This wage and hour class action on behalf of a group of almost 60,000 retail pharmacy employees seeks to hold CVS accountable for violations of California’s Labor Code, on a class and representative basis, including failure to provide legally mandated meal and rest breaks, failure to pay necessary business expenses, and failure to pay wages as required by California law. Plaintiffs have filed a motion for summary judgment seeking over $100 million in damages for some of CVS’ blatant Labor Code violations, as well as a motion seeking to certify a class for other claims. For copies of those filings, see Case Documents in the sidebar.
Ryan Hyams, et al. v. CVS Health Corporation, et al.