On Monday, we argued our appeal of the dismissal of our original Dollar Tree Stores meal period and rest period class action. The primary issue is whether a putative class member has the right to intervene or amend a complaint when the original class representative tentatively releases his claims as a part of a settlement which does not address the claims of his entire class. A secondary issue involves the question of when the trial court can dismiss a class action without notice to the class. Frankly, we thought the law was well settled already, but at least one Superior Court judge disagreed with us and dismissed the case over our objection. We'll be quite surprised if a majority of any appellate panel upholds the dismissal.