Predictably, the Trial Date for California Wage and Hour Lawsuit Against PwC Has Been Pushed Back

Few things are as old as Going Concern (can you believe I didn't have any cats when this site was launched in 2009?!), but Campbell v. PricewaterhouseCoopers is one such thing that has dragged on longer than the dysfunctional little relationship we all share around this virtual watercooler. Just look at how un-jaded and enthusiastic Colin was when he first wrote about it in July of 2009!

While we all thought we were nearing a conclusion on this wage and hour lawsuit, it looks like we'll have to wait just a little bit longer.

Previously, the trial was scheduled to begin on October 15, 2014. But, you know, shit happens so now the Daubert Hearing previously scheduled for May 30, 2014 is pushed back to October 17, 2014, the final pretrial conference is set for November 20, 2014 and the trial is set for February 2, 2015.

All involved parties have until March 6, 2014 to let the court know if this will work. Surely everyone has purposely left their calendar open for the next, oh, 5 years or so. I know we don't have anything going on so go ahead and take your time, guys.

 

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