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Mitchell, et al. v. CoreLogic – Temporary Restraining Order

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Mitchell, et al. v. CoreLogic – Temporary Restraining Order

Mitchell, et al. v. CoreLogic – Temporary Restraining Order

Mitchell, et al. v. CoreLogic
17-2274-DOC

(C.D. Cal. February 22, 2019)

Temporary restraining order (TRO) against Defendant preventing retaliation against participants in off-the-clock overtime class and collective action, and requiring corrective notice.

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