Draft & Send PAGA Notice Phase Of Litigation

This page describes in detail the Draft & Send PAGA Notice phase of litigation in your case. Please feel free to reach out if you have any additional inquiries.

Timeline For Draft & Send PAGA Notice

The discovery phase can take as long as approximately 2-3 months.

Draft & Send PAGA Notice

Typically, upon completing our review of your payroll & personnel record, we will draft a Private Attorneys General Act (“PAGA”) Notice. The PAGA Notice is an exhaustive, approx. 15 page letter that sets forth all the Labor Code violations (i.e. unpaid wages & penalties) being alleged and the theories underlying those violations. It is a requirement under California law that we mail this Notice certified to your former employer, and also file this Notice with the LWDA through their online portal, at least 65 days prior to filing the representative lawsuit. In the interim, while we are waiting on the 65-day expiration, we begin drafting the lawsuit complaint to file with the Court. 

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