By Eric Burkett
Source: Courthouse News Service
A federal judge declined to dismiss a class action brought by a California supermarket chain’s workers who claim the company misrepresented medical benefits offered to non-union employees.
U.S. District Judge William Orrick ruled Friday that the four plaintiffs — Jose Luna, Katherine Baker, Edgar Popke, and Denny G. Wraske, Jr. — “plausibly alleged the remedial wrong that Save Mart breached its fiduciary duty under the Employers Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 by misrepresenting the medical benefits provided to non-union retirees.”
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