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LGCY Power California Labor Law Settlement

LGCY Power, LLC is paying $3.82 million to settle a class action alleging that it violated California labor laws. The complaint presented a long list of allegations, including that some employees were misclassified as independent contractors; that some employees were not paid for training time or non-sales work; that the company failed to pay overtime;  Read more

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Caravan Foods California Labor Law Settlement

Caravan Foods II, Inc. is paying $1.25 million to settle a class action alleging the company violated California labor laws. Among the complaint’s allegations were that the company did not pay all minimum and straight time wages, did not pay proper overtime wages, did not provide required rest and meal breaks, did not reimburse employee  Read more

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Ameripec Labor Law California Settlement

Ameripec, Inc. is settling a class action alleging it violated California labor laws. According to the complaint, the complaint alleged that the company had failed to pay minimum wage for all hours worked, failed to pay overtime at overtime rates, failed to provide the required meal and rest periods, and failed to reimburse business-related expenses,  Read more

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Mosaic Sales Solutions Expense Reimbursement Settlement

Mosaic Sales Solutions US Operating Co., LLC is settling a class action alleging that it did not reimburse its brand ambassadors or product demonstrators for all business-related expenses, including for mileage and for communications devices such as cell phones, tablets, and computers.  Read more

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Rapid Manufacturing Wage and Hour Settlement

This settlement resolves a class action over whether workers placed at Rapid Manufacturing in California by Affluent Staffing, LLC were paid wages for all hours worked, were given meal and rest periods, received accurate wage statements, reimbursed employees for business expenses, and so on. The complaint alleged that the companies violated the California Labor Code  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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Uber Drivers Misclassification of Drivers and Unpaid Expenses Settlement

Uber Technologies, Inc. is resolving two class actions alleging it misclassified drivers and deliverers as independent contractors when they were in reality employees. The complaint also alleged that, because the workers were misclassified, Uber should also have reimbursed them for vehicle-related and phone expenses and should have provided them with accurate, itemized wage statements.  Read more

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Language Line Employment Violations Ohio and California Class Action

This employment class action bring suit against Language Line Services, Inc. (LLS) on behalf of a employees grouped under the approximate job title “Interpreter.” The complaint alleges that the company has violated the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) as well as state employment laws for Ohio and California, by failing to pay earned minimum  Read more

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Postmates Couriers California Settlement

Postmates, Inc. has agreed to a $32 million settlement alleging it misclassified certain of its couriers as independent contractors when they should have been classified as employees. The complaint alleged that Postmates has violated the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) as well as California labor laws, by failing to reimburse couriers for expenses and failing  Read more

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Doordash Drivers Misclassification Settlement

Doordash, Inc. is paying $100 million to settle several class actions alleging it misclassified drivers as independent contractors. The drivers are primarily seeking reimbursement of business expenses, which they claim is required under California and Massachusetts laws, but they have also alleged violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and state labor laws on  Read more

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