Jones Working day secured dismissal of a putative class motion lawsuit for Micron Engineering, Inc. involving claims for allegedly unpaid reward amounts.

The plaintiffs sought in surplus of $20 million on behalf of employees subject to the Idaho Wage Claim Act who earned a performance-based bonus after the conclusion of fiscal yr 2018. Micron pursued an aggressive protection and submitted motions to dismiss and to strike the class allegations at the outset. Adhering to restricted discovery, Micron submitted a summary judgment movement centered on the 6-month statute of limitations relevant to promises for “additional wages.” The courtroom granted summary judgment, finding that the course statements were being time-barred, and entered judgment in favor of Micron.

Micron Know-how, Inc., through its subsidiaries, manufactures and markets dynamic random access memory chips (DRAMs), static random accessibility memory chips (SRAMs), flash memory, semiconductor parts, and memory modules.

The Jones Working day staff was led by Rick Bergstrom (Photograph) and Natalia Oehninger Delaune.

Involved costs earner: Rick Bergstrom – Jones Working day Natalia Oehninger Delaune – Jones Day

Regulation Corporations: Jones Working day

Purchasers: Micron Technology, Inc.