Chipotle Class Action Lawsuit

A Class Action Case

Case Overview

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Scott v. Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc.

On June 20, 2013, our collective action motion was granted by the Court.  All Apprentices who have worked at any of the Chipotle restaurants nation-wide (excluding California) since June 20, 2010 will have an opportunity to join the case.  Click Here to view the Class Notice.  Click Here to view the consent to join form. Click Here to Read the Judge’s Decision.
On June 20, 2013, our collective action motion was granted by the Court.  All Apprentices who have worked at any of the Chipotle restaurants nation-wide (excluding California) since June 20, 2010 will have an opportunity to join the case.  Click Here to view the Class Notice.  Click Here to view the consent to join form. Click Here to Read the Judge’s Decision.

Have you been the victim of unpaid overtime while working for Chipotle? Consider joining the class action lawsuit.

Who is Chipotle?

Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. is a profitable "fast casual" restaurant chain—it has more than 1,300 restaurants and 30,000 employees nationwide.

The Problem

Plaintiff alleges that Chipotle failed to pay him and other Apprentices and/or Assistant Managers overtime wages by misclassifying them as exempt from overtime pay.

The Collective Action Suit

This lawsuit claims that Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. failed to pay proper overtime pay to its Apprentices and/or Assistant Managers, as required under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act ("FLSA").

How to Join

All current and former Apprentices and/or Assistant Managers from Chipotle restaurants employed at any time from November 2009 to the present can learn about the resources and legal options available to them and participate in this case. To participate in this case, we ask that you complete the complementary case evaluation form.