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Recent Media Coverage – Wage and Hour Class Action

Posted by Eric Kingsley | Apr 07, 2014 | 0 Comments

Please read about our recent case article at LawyersandSettlements.com
Case: Rein Faces California Wage and Hour Class Action Lawsuit by Gyu-Kaku Restaurant Employees

The following is an excerpt of the article:

Los Angeles, CA: A wage and hour class action lawsuit has been filed against Reins International California Inc, a subsidiary of Reins International, which owns the Gyu-Kaku chain of restaurants. The lawsuit alleges the defendant failed to properly compensate its managers in training. (continue reading)

The case is Justin Kim et al. v. Reins International California Inc et al., in the Superior Court of California for the County of Los Angeles. The case number is BC539194.  Justin Kim is represented by Eric B. Kingsley and Liane Katzenstein Ly of Kingsley & Kingsley.

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Eric Kingsley

In practice since 1996, attorney and firm co-founder Eric B. Kingsley has litigated complex cases and authored numerous appellate briefs in both state and federal court on behalf of the California law firm of Kingsley & Kingsley, including over 150 class actions. Mr. Kingsley concentrates his pra...

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