Settled and Closed – Robinson v. Energy Remodeling

On November 3, 2015, Plaintiffs filed a putative class action complaint. Plaintiffs alleged that Defendants improperly classified the outside sales people as independent contractors; failed to reimburse the putative class members for all expenses incurred to do their job as required by Labor Code section 2802, including those related to driving their personal vehicles for work; failed to provide compliant wage statements as required by Labor Code section 226; failed to keep records as required by Labor Code section 1174; failed to provide meal breaks; and failed to pay commissions owed.

On June 2, 2017, the Court granted final approval of the class action settlement, funds were disbursed and the case is now closed.

Preliminary Approval Order
Class Notice