SAN FRANCISCO — Business interests looking to rein in wage-and-hour litigation in California may have found an ideal vehicle.

Next month the California Supreme Court will hear arguments in Duran v. U.S. Bank, in which a class of 260 bank officers won $15 million for unpaid overtime. The judgment was based largely on testimony from a random sample of 20 plaintiffs, along with supporting statistical analysis from an expert witness.

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