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Software developers say Countrywide Securities Corp. stiffed them for overtime and violated other elements of the Labor Code, in a class-action complaint in Los Angeles Superior Court.

Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: General Motors, for a mass layoff at Peninsula Pontiac GMC Buick in Torrance without adequate notice, in Los Angeles Superior Court; Ameripride Services, in Sacramento Superior Court; AB Trucking and Oakland Port Services Corp., in Alameda County Court, Oakland; Kitchen Fabricators, in Orange County Court, Calif.; NutriSystem, in Philadelphia Federal Court; Up the Creek Restaurants of America, in Atlanta Federal Court; Design by Nature Corp., Florida Fire Stopping, and South Florida Land Grading, in Miami Federal Court; Mercedes Benz U.S. International, in Tuscaloosa Federal Court; Republic Services of Florida, and Coastal Impact Windows, in Fort Lauderdale Federal Court; AMF Offshore Racing, in West Palm Beach Federal Court; KDM Management and Winbush Management, in Cook County Court; CJs Sandwich Shop, Flexes Financial Inc., ABM Security Services, Carpenter Contractors of America, Produce Exchange Co., The Fresh Market, and Media Systems Inc., in Tampa Federal Court.

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