Nespresso USA Overtime and Breaks California Labor Law Class Action

Nespresso USA, Inc. runs a chain of stores that sell coffee and related items, such as coffee and espresso machines and coffee pods. It is related to Nestle USA, Inc., which is also a defendant in this case. The complaint for this class action alleges that the company violates California labor laws, denying non-exempt workers  Read more

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American Income Life Insurance Co. California Labor Law Settlement

American Income Life Insurance Company is choosing to settle a class action alleging the company violated the California Labor Code and the state’s Industrial Welfare Commission Wages Orders, among other things, by failing to pay for all hours worked, including for time spent training. The complaint also claimed the company did not provide overtime pay  Read more

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LG Electronics Pay, Overtime, Breaks California Class Action

LG Electronics USA, Inc. makes home appliances, electronics, and mobile communications products— refrigerators, air conditioners, cell phones, televisions, washing machines, and so on. Unfortunately, the complaint for this California class action makes allegations that are all too common—that employees are not paid for all hours worked and not properly compensated for missed meal or rest  Read more

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Rite Aid Unpaid Security Search Time California Class Action

This California labor law class action brings familiar complaints about off-the-clock work, overtime, and meal breaks against Rite Aid Corporation and Thrifty Payless, Inc. The first eight causes of action are intended as class action claims under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Rule 23. The ninth is brought on behalf of the California Labor  Read more

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Du Pont and Adecco All Wages Due Settlement

E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company and Adecco USA, Inc. are paying $5 million to settle a class action concerning people who worked twelve-hour shifts at DuPont’s Towanda, Pennsylvania facility. The complaint alleged the workers were not paid, or not properly paid, for the time they spent donning and doffing gear or engaging in  Read more

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Dick’s Sporting Goods Off-the-Clock Security Check California Class Action

Companies sometimes ask employees to perform some type of work before they’ve clocked in or after they’ve clocked out—for example, putting on protective gear or starting up computer systems. In this class action, a worker at Dick’s Sporting Goods, Inc. complains that she is forced to wait in line, off the clock, for a security  Read more

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Walmart Security Check Labor Law Violations California Class Action

This class action alleges a long list of employment violations under the California Labor Code and Industrial Welfare Commission Wage Orders against Walmart, Inc., Wal-Mart Associates, Inc., and Walmart Fulfillment Center. The violations are familiar, including failure to pay for all hours worked, failure to pay overtime, and failure to provide proper meal or rest  Read more

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Lowe’s Managers Off-the-Clock Work South Carolina Class Action

Lowe’s Companies, Inc. and Lowe’s Home Centers, LLC operate stores that sell hardware, tools, home appliances, and repair and renovation supplies. The complaint for this class action alleges that Lowe’s employs hourly, non-exempt managers who are not compensated for all the work they perform. According to the complaint, they must perform work before and after  Read more

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Kuehne + Nagel Time-Shaving and Labor Law Violations California Class Action

This is an all-too-common type of employment case, in which a company operating in California is accused of violating California labor law and IWC wage orders. In this class action, the complaint alleges that Kuehne + Nagel, Inc. did not pay proper wages and overtime or allow workers the required rest and meal breaks, and  Read more

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Loomis Armored US Labor Law Settlement

Loomis Armored US, LLC is settling a class and collective action brought under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and North Carolina labor laws. The complaint alleged that Loomis did not pay its armored service technicians for all hours worked and did not give them proper overtime pay.  Read more

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