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Statute of Limitations Tolled During Time Motion for Conditional Certification Pending

In a recent case, a federal Court has held the Statute of Limitations tolled while a Motion for Class Certification is pending. Unlike the filing of a Class Action under Rule 23, the filing of a Collective Action does not toll the Statute of Limitations. Therefore, the 2 year (or 3 year if willful) statute of limitations continues to run and unpaid overtime or other violations may “fall off” until the Court tolls the Statute of Limitation or, as this Colorado Court held, a motion for Conditional Certification is filed. Read the Full Article Here.

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