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Claims of bank employees at California in-store locations (such as in supermarkets) who are required to spend their work days standing, asserting that such practices violate California law requiring suitable seating for employees when the nature of the work allows it and for failure to provide rest breaks. The case was brought under California’s Private Attorney General Act and Labor Code section 226.7, and concerns the period from September 30, 2010 to February 6, 2014. The class consists of 2689 persons. The $1,900,000 class settlement was approved, and payments were made to the class.