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Tigers (USA) Global Logistics California Wage and Hour Settlement

Tigers (USA) Global Logistics, Inc. is settling a class action alleging that it violated California wage and hour laws pertaining to its non-exempt employees in California.  Read more

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Precision Toxicology California Labor Law Settlement

Precision Toxicology, LLC is paying more than a half a million dollars to settle a class action alleging that it violated California labor laws. The complaint alleged, among other things, that Precision did not pay workers for all hours and overtime worked, did not provide proper meal and rest breaks, and did not reimburse workers  Read more

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Visiting Angels Home Health Aides Travel Time FLSA Class Action

This lawsuit is a collective and class action against Axt Home Care, LLC, which does business as Visiting Angels, and two individuals, Travis Dunham and Mai Dunham, who own and operate the company. The complaint alleges labor law violations of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and the Ohio Overtime Law in the treatment  Read more

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Sprint Overtime FLSA Collective and Class Action Settlement

This settlement resolves issues brought under both a Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) collective action and a class action about the treatment of employees by Sprint/United Management Company. The complaint alleged that non-exempt employees in its retail stores were not paid for all hours worked, did not get legally-required overtime premiums, worked off the clock,  Read more

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Amazon Delivery Drivers Washington Settlement

Amzon.com, Inc., Amazon Logistics, Inc., and Jungle Trux, Inc. are paying more than $8 million to resolve an employment-law class action. The complaint claimed that the companies had not given drivers rest and meal breaks, did not pay them for all hours worked, and did not pay them properly for overtime hours, in violation of  Read more

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Grand Celebration Ship Employment Settlement

This settlement resolves a class action against Classica Cruise Operator, Ltd. and Paradise Cruise Line Operator, Ltd., Inc., claiming that they did not keep their agreements with their crews when Covid-19 stopped cruise ships from sailing. The complaint alleged that employment contracts required that required the cruise lines pay two months of wages or Basic  Read more

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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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