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Washington Supreme Court

CLASS ACTIONS, EMPLOYMENT - Installation and service technicians claimed that Brink's Home Security violated the state Minimum Wage Act by failing to pay the technicians for the time they spent driving company trucks from their homes to the first job site of the day and back from the last job site. The state Supreme Court upheld summary judgment for the technicians on the drive-time claim because they were on duty during the drive time. Affirmed. Stevens v. Brink's Home Security Inc.

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