In this case, Judge Murguia made it clear that a plaintiff seeking to certify a FLSA class need not plead either the number of hours worked, or the amount of uncompensated overtime, so long as the complaint makes clear from the context the grounds upon which the claim rests.  Noting a split in the federal courts on this issue, Judge Murguia denied a motion to dismiss and held that Rule 8(a) was satisfied without any particular quantification so long as the complaint in issue made clear that the alleged FLSA violation was based on requiring the putative class representative and the class to perform certain tasks before and after their shifts without compensation.