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Gap close to settling / Clothing voucher handout proposed in dress-code suit
San Francisco’s Gap Inc. to give thousands of California store workers nearly $1.8 million worth of clothing vouchers. Paid as compensation for apparel they bought to satisfy workplace dress codes. This settlement would end a 2-year-old lawsuit.
$4M FedEx Wage Deal Wins Judge’s Stamp Of Approval
Law360, New York (August 29, 2012, 2:46 PM ET) — A California federal judge on Tuesday approved a $4 million settlement for more than 7,400 FedEx Corp. delivery drivers. The workers claimed the company shorted them on overtime wages
U.S. District Judge Thelton E. Henderson granted preliminary approval to a deal – first made public Tuesday – that will end more than five years of litigation. The suit, brought by The Law Offices of Daniel Feder, alledged that FedEx violated California state labor laws by failing to pay overtime wages, provide proper meal breaks or keep sufficient pay records.
Retail clothing industry’s apparel rules called illegal / Stores require workers to buy and wear their brands – SFGate
Clothing stores in California routinely require employees to buy and wear at work the brands they sell, a practice that violates state law, according to industry experts and the California Labor Commission.
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Mr. Feder has helped clients achieve successful outcomes in many types of cases, from his work as a real estate lawyer, helping San Ramon Valley residents assert their rights as property owners, to his work as an employment class action lawyer, helping San Francisco Internet models sue Larry Flynt Publishing for unauthorized distribution of their images.
I would like to drop a note that I really appreciate your assistance and support in my case. You have given me so much “hope” to fight and take control of my life again. A person like you will always be “Blessed by the Holy Spirit.” I have not met a nice person like you. Thank you for your help and effort. I owe you a lot. Dan, please forgive me if sometimes I was too bothersome. Take care and thanks!
Gap Distributes Clothing Vouchers To Placate Plaintiffs
Gap Inc. begins the settlement process in dress-code lawsuit.
Class Action Suit Brought Against Polo Ralph Lauren
Employees sue retailer after being forced to buy Polo clothes to wear to work.
Property Owners’ Rights Case – Real Estate Litigation
In this case, reported in the San Ramon Valley Times, Mr. Feder represented property owners whose neighbor operated an unlicensed aviary, creating a range of disturbances in the neighborhood.
Pregnancy Discrimination Case – Employment Litigation
This wrongful termination case, as reported by the San Francisco Chronicle, involved a woman who was fired from a Walnut Creek religious school after she became pregnant out of wedlock.
>Sexual Harassment – Employment Class Action
This San Francisco Chronicle story describes a case in which Mr. Feder represented a group of Internet models who sued Larry Flynt Publications and other companies for sexual harassment and breach of contract after their images were distributed without their consent.
Sexual Harassment – Employment Class Action (2)
This article from the San Francisco Daily Journal goes into greater detail about the employment class action case lawyer Daniel Feder filed for the San Francisco Internet models.