Apple and Sextet of Tech Firms Lose Dismissal Bid in Employee Antitrust Class Action

, The Litigation Daily


You don't often hear complaints about working for Apple, Google, Intel, Lucasfilm, Adobe, Intuit, or Pixar. But according to plaintiffs lawyers at Lieff Cabraser, Berger & Montague, and Grant & Eisenhofer, employees at the companies were the victims of a conspiracy to suppress their salaries and keep them tied down at their jobs. And on Wednesday, a judge in San Jose ruled that the lawyers had come up with enough evidence to allow their case to move forward.

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