Former Thelen employees have filed an $18 million proposed class action against former partners and the firms they now work for.

The suit, filed in the Northern District of California late Monday, alleges the partners paid themselves $25 million as the firm dissolved, and neglected to pay $18 million in wages owed to employees, which included accrued vacation and pay in lieu of 60 days’ notice.

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