24 Hour Fitness Reaches $17.4 Million Settlement in Overtime Case

24 Hour Fitness Reaches $17.4 Million Settlement in Overtime Case

A United States district judge has approved a $17.4 million settlement in a case stemming from a class-action lawsuit against 24 Hour Fitness involving overtime pay.

A United States district judge has approved a $17.4 million settlement in a case stemming from a class-action lawsuit against 24 Hour Fitness, San Ramon, CA, involving overtime pay.

Judge Samuel Conti approved the settlement in a filing last week in U.S. District Court, Northern District of California. Courthouse News Service reported the settlement Thursday.

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