California Court of Appeal
Driscoll v. Granite Rock, 037662
In a suit brought on behalf of a class of approximately 200 current and former concrete mixer drivers, claiming that construction company defendant failed to provide concrete mixer drivers with off-duty meal periods and failed to provide them with one additional hour of pay for meal periods during which the drivers opted to continue working, the trial court's verdict in favor of defendant, finding that defendant did not violate labor laws in its meal period policies, is affirmed where there was substantial evidence presented at trial to support the trial court's finding that defendant provided its concrete mixer drivers with an off-duty meal period as required by law.
- Published 2016/11/30
- California Court of Appeal