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Amazon California Labor Law Nonexempt Employees Class Action

This class action brings suit against Amazon Retail, LLC, alleging that it failed to follow the provisions of California Labor Code and Industrial Welfare Commission (IWC) Wage Orders. The topics covered in the complaint are familiar: pay for all hours worked, overtime pay, breaks, and so on.  Read more

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Intelnet America Overtime Pay Settlement

This settlement resolves two labor-law class actions against Intelnet America, LLC, which is now known as Teleperformance Business Services US, LLC. One complaint was filed in New Jersey, the other in Pennsylvania. They alleged that Intelnet did not pay overtime wages for all overtime work performed, including off-the-clock work that took place before and after  Read more

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Home Depot Wage and Labor Law Violations California Class Action

Labor laws generally require that employees be paid for all hours they spend in control of their employer, at the proper rate of pay. The complaint for this class action alleges that Home Depot, Inc. did not pay employees at its California distribution centers for all hours they spent in its control and violated California  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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Men’s Clubs Entertainers’ Labor Law Settlement

This settlement resolves two class actions against men’s clubs, one against 2523 E. Anaheim (doing business as XS Afterhours Gentlemen’s Club) and the Palms Gentlemen’s Club. The complaint alleged the clubs misclassified entertainers as independent contractors and failed to provide wages and overtime pay, meal and rest breaks, and other things required by California’s labor  Read more

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Brink’s, Dunbar Armored California Labor Law Violations Class Action

This labor law class action brings suit against Brink’s Incorporated and Dunbar Armored, Inc. alleging that the companies violated California’s Labor Code and its Industrial Welfare Commission (IWC) wage orders, including requirements to pay proper overtime, to pay reporting time pay, to provide meal and rest breaks, and to pay for necessary expenses, among other  Read more

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Advisors Mortgage Group California Labor Laws Class Action

The same labor law violations are alleged against company after company—lack of proper overtime payment practices and lack of meal and rest breaks. These result in certain other “downstream” violations—failure to provide accurate, itemized wage statements and failure to pay all wages due upon separation. This class action brings suit against Advisors Mortgage Group, LLC,  Read more

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Avalon Health Care Facilities Overtime and Meal Break Class Action

Nursing care can be demanding, but companies must still compensate nursing workers properly. The complaint for this class and collective action brings suit against Avalon Health Care Hearthstone, LLC, Avalon Health Care Royale Gardens, LLC, and Staffers, LLC, on behalf of hourly, non-exempt nursing personnel. It alleges that these workers were not paid at least  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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Raykell Foods Bronx Bodegas Employment Violations New York Collective Action

This collective action brings suit against Raykell Food Corp., related companies, and two individuals for violations of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and the New York Labor Law (NYLL). The complaint’s allegations are familiar from many other similar cases: unpaid minimum wages, unpaid overtime wages, unpaid spread-of-hours premiums.  Read more

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