Eating behind the wheel? That's no lunch break.

Jose's job required him to visit different chain restaurants during the day. The company told him that his unpaid lunch break would entail eating something while driving. He sued, alleging that break should have been paid. The restaurant argued that time spent on the road was actually de minimis and didn't need to be paid. The court agreed with Jose, noting that the drive took 45 minutes. (Solano v. Ali...

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