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Marriott Settles Class Action For SF Living Wage Violations

A wage and hour class action against the San Francisco Marriott Hotel to enforce the city’s $9.14 per hour living wage ordinance has settled for $1.35 million. The settlement in the action, Aubrey v. Marriott, is subject to final court approval. The settlement announced is a claims-made settlement, with any undistributed residue from the settlement fund being paid to the City’s Office of Labor Standards and Enforcement for enforcement of the local minimum wage ordinance. The plaintiffs' attorney, Matt Gonzalez, is a former supervisor who supported the ballot measure that established the living wage ordinance.


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