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Law360, New York (September 16, 2016, 5:27 PM EDT) — An au pair company asked Colorado’s district court Thursday to deny class certification to a proposed class action alleging a conspiracy among au pair sponsor agencies to set unreasonably low pay rates for program participants, saying the only named plaintiff sponsored by the company is not entitled to conditional certification.
Go Au Pair urged Colorado’s federal court to deny conditional certification of the putative Go Au Pair classes on the grounds that named plaintiff Ivette Alexandra Gonzalez Cortes — the only named plaintiff in the suit…