Marden v. CVS Pharmacy, Inc.

Case No. S-CV-0045902

You are a Class Member if you worked at a CVS store in California as a non-exempt employee any time between September 17, 2019 and July 24, 2022, and received sick pay and additional compensation in the same pay period, and the regular rate of your sick pay was not adjusted.

Daniel Marden (“Plaintiff”) sued CVS on December 4, 2020 in California Superior Court County of Placer Case No. S-CV-0045902) (the “Lawsuit”), seeking restitution, penalties, interest, costs, and attorneys’ fees, for (1) failure to pay sick pay (Labor Code §§ 245, 246), (2) failure to provide accurate itemized wage statements (§ 226), (3) failure to pay earned wages upon termination (§§ 201-203), and (4) unfair business practices (Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code §§ 17200, et seq.). This part of the case is known as a Class Action lawsuit and the affected employees are Class Members, who will receive a settlement payment unless they opt out.

The case also seeks civil penalties under the California Private Attorneys General Act of 2004 (“PAGA”) for alleged violations of the California Labor Code sections mentioned above. This part of the case is known as a PAGA Action and the affected employees (called the PAGA Employees) will receive a payment from this portion of the Settlement regardless of whether they opt out of participating in the Class Action.