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AIG Retirement Services cheats its financial advisers for overtime and violates other parts of the Labor Code, a class action claims in San Francisco Federal Court.

Kaiser Permanente cheats its project managers of overtime and rest and meal breaks, a class action claims in San Francisco Federal Court.

Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: Staples, in Alameda County Court, Hayward, Calif.; Famsa, in Los Angeles Superior Court; Rancho's Club Casino, in Sacramento Superior Court; AT&T, Bovis Lend Lease, and Princeton Paper Products, in Manhattan Federal Court; New Jerusalem Faith Apostolic Church, in Jackson, Tenn., Federal Court; Pro Health Chiropractic, and Management Cleaning Controls, in Memphis Federal Court; Anderson Merchandisers, in Amarillo Federal Court; Burger King, in South Bend, Ind., Federal Court; Zimmer Holdings, in an ERISA class action in South Bend, Ind., Federal Court; and Apex Towing & Recovery/The Paul Joseph Group, in Tampa Federal Court.

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