School Bus Drivers, Contractor Come to Terms

School Bus Drivers, Contractor Agree to TermsDurham to pay $1.25M to end FLSA class action, subject to approval of federal judge in Baltimore

A class action lawsuit alleging unpaid wages by Durham School Services L.P., a school bus contractor for Baltimore City Public Schools, has been settled for $1.25 million. The plaintiff class consists of more than 350 people who worked at Durham’s Baltimore customer service center between March 2010 and September 2013.

Andy FreemanChris Brown, Jessie Weber, and Brooke Lierman represented the plaintiff class.

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