Mitchell, et al. v. CoreLogic

Mitchell, et al. v. CoreLogic

Mitchell, et al. v. CoreLogic

17-cv-2274-DOC (C.D. Cal.): In October 2020, the U.S. District Court granted final approval of a $6 million settlement for 524 real estate appraisers claiming wage violations. CoreLogic changed its corporate compensation plan for all future appraisers. Previously, Defendant compelled arbitration, only to receive 160 individual arbitration demands. Defendant was sanctioned over $86,000 for refusing to cooperate with the arbitrations they had compelled (424 F.Supp.3d 815). The settlement was on the heels of a tentative ruling granting Rule 23 class certification for those not compelled to arbitration. Previously (2019 WL 1010685, 2019 WL 7171595), Plaintiffs obtained TROs (later converted to an injunction) against Defendant preventing retaliation against participants in off-the-clock overtime class and collective action, requiring corrective notice, and prohibiting certain contacts with class and collective action members.

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