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Joseph Strauch, et al. v. Computer Sciences Corp
District of Connecticut Federal Courthouse - New Haven, Connecticut
Case Number: 3:14-cv-00956-JBA
Judge: Janet Bond Arterton
Court: United States District Court for the District of Connecticut
Plaintiff's Attorney: Todd Jackson, Genevieve Casey, Lin Y. Chan, Kelly Dermody, Jared Goldman, Dan Hutchinson, Karen Kravetz, Mike Levin-Gesundheit, Mike Litrownik, Darin Ranahan, Jahan Sagafi, David Salazar-Austin, Mike Scimone, Sudarsana Srinivasan, Darnley Stewart, Elizabeth Stork, Shira Tevah
Defendant's Attorney: Brett M. Anders, William Joseph Anthony, Nathan W. Austin, Hallie Diethelm Caldarone, Allison P. Dearington, Alexa M. Farmer, David R. Golder, Michael A. Hood, Alison L. Lynch, Cary G. Palmer, Stephen T. Paterniti, Vincent E. Polsinelli, Matthew A. Porter, Kristi Rich Winters
Description: New Haven, CT - Joseph Strauch and others sued Computer Sciences Corp on a Fair Labor Standards Act violation theory claiming that Computer Sciences willfully and intentionally failed and refused to pay overtime pay. The 1,000 or so plaintiff were granted class action status.
Outcome: Plaintiffs' verdict.