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Several employees who worked at McDonald's franchises in California sued the franchise operator, the Hayes Family Limited Partnership, on behalf of a class of approximately 1,400 Hayes employees. They alleged they had been denied overtime premiums, meal and rest breaks, and other benefits required by California's wage and hour laws. Not content with suing their immediate employer, they also sued McDonald's, claiming it was a "joint employer" and thus also liable for the violations.

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