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Johnson v. Quantum Learning Network (SuperCamp)

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Johnson v. Quantum Learning Network (SuperCamp)

Johnson v. Quantum Learning Network (SuperCamp)

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Settlement Agreement
Second Amended Complaint and Exhibits
Motion for Attorneys’ Fees

Orders

Order Granting Preliminary Approval

Notice and Forms

Class Notice
Consent-to-Join

Case Summary

In October 2015, Plaintiffs, represented by Bryan Schwartz Law, sued Quantum Learning Network, Inc. alleging that SuperCamp employees paid on a per-camp basis had been improperly denied minimum wages and overtime wages under federal and California law, and other associated allegations.

In March 2016, following several months of discussions, a deposition of Quantum Learning Network’s President, the exchange of documents and data, and negotiations through counsel experienced in these types of cases, the parties prepared extensive briefing and attended a mediation conducted by experienced mediator Steve Rottman. Counsel for the parties has debated extensively the claims’ and defenses’ merits and other issues relevant to evaluating this matter, both through the mediator and bilaterally. As a result, the parties reached a conditional, $400,000 settlement for SuperCamp employees, which received preliminary court approval in September 2016.

Find out more about the case and the settlement by clicking on the links to case documents.

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