Srourian Law Firm Files Class Action Lawsuit Against Chefs Toys For Violation Of California Labor Code And Related Claims

Srourian Law Firm has filed a putative class action on behalf of former and current non-exempt workers of Chefs Toys in Orange County Superior Court. The lawsuit includes drivers, installers, and warehouse workers, along with other similar non-managerial positions. The lawsuit alleges that Chefs Toys violated various provisions of the California Labor Code, including failure to pay minimum wage, failure to pay overtime, failure to authorize meal breaks and rest breaks in accordance with California law, failure to timely pay final paychecks, failure to provide proper paystubs, and violation of California Private Attorney General Act, among several other violations.

The class action lawsuit, titled Guerrero v. Chefs Toys is currently pending in Orange County Superior Court Case No. 30-2018-00980488-CU-OE-CXC. If you worked for any Chefs Toys location in California at any time from March 20, 2014, until the present and would like more information about this case, please call us at (310) 601-3131 or send an email to Be sure to give your name, telephone number, and the best time to reach you, and an attorney will get back to you soon.

Srourian Law Firm, with locations in Los Angeles, Westwood, Woodland Hills, and Orange County is aggressively pursuing claims against Chefs Toys, and other California restaurant suppliers in Los Angeles, Hollywood, Santa Monica, Orange, Irvine, Anaheim, Santa Ana, Newport Beach, Costa Mesa, Fullerton, Tustin, Mission Viejo, San Clemente, Garden Grove, Laguna Niguel, Brea, Fountain Valley, Aliso Viejo, Yorba Linda, Westminster, Laguna Hills, Cypress, and La Habra. If you or someone you know suffered violations of the California Labor Code in relation to their employment with a restaurant supplier, you may be entitled to compensation as a part of the class action lawsuit. Please contact us to speak with one of our lawyers for a free consultation.