Men’s Clubs Entertainers Wage and Tip Violations Massachusetts Class Action

Workers are often forced to pay fees for business expenses and other things that they shouldn’t be paying, but it seems that female entertainers at “gentlemen’s clubs” are particularly susceptible to this kind of exploitation. The complaint for this class action takes issue with certain charges entertainers were forced to pay out of what they  Read more

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Barone Steel Overtime, Deductions, and Fraudulent W-2s New York Class Action

Barone Steel, Inc. is a construction and steel fabrication company located in Brooklyn, New York. The complaint for this class action brings suit against it under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and New York Labor Law (NYLL). Along with making the usual allegations of lack of proper overtime pay and proper wage statements,  Read more

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Uber Deductions from Driver Pay New York City Class Action

The claims raised in this class action, the complaint says, “seek to provide redress to more than 96,000 New York City Uber Drivers … for breaches of contract affecting every member of the largest private sector workforce in New York City…” The class action concerns, first, deductions from Uber driver pay, purportedly for sales taxes  Read more

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Intelliquick Delivery Drivers Arizona Settlement

Intelliquick is paying more than $5 million to settle a class and collective action alleging that it misclassified drivers and couriers as independent contractors, failing to accurately track their hours and making unlawful deductions from their pay. The complaint alleged that the company owes these employees additional wages or overtime, since they were actually regular  Read more

Lyft Prime Time Premium Drivers’ Settlement

Lyft is paying just under $2 million to settle a claims in a class action alleging that the company violated laws and contract rights by taking a commission from drivers’ prime time premiums. The complaint also made another allegation, that Lyft classifies drivers in California as independent contractors when they are actually employees. The settlement  Read more

Prudential Financial Wage Deductions and Overtime Settlement

Prudential Financial, Inc. has agreed to settle a class action alleging that it violated the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) in two ways. First, the complaint alleges that the company did not pay its agents overtime as required. Second, it alleges that the company made unlawful deductions from pay, including a recapture of some commissions,  Read more