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We are unpaid overtime pay lawyers handling cases for employees who have not been paid or denied their overtime wages by their employer. We also handle wage and hour lawsuits and minimum wage cases. Our legal team networks with law firms throughout the United States to file individual lawsuits and overtime pay class action lawsuits against companies.

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Overtime Pay Laws FAQs

Can my boss punish me for making a claim for overtime pay?
Under the FLSA and some state laws, your boss cannot retaliate against you for making an overtime pay claim. If the employer does retaliate, you may be entitled to more damages for that retaliation. Learn More
How do I file a lawsuit against my employer for overtime pay?
If you believe you have not been paid properly for all overtime worked, you should immediately contact one of our experienced attorneys to determine whether or not your employer has violated the law. Our law firm will fill a lawsuit on your behalf if it is determined that a violation has occurred and you were not paid properly. Learn More
What are the legal fees for filing an unpaid overtime lawsuit?
At our law firm, there are no legal fees whatsoever for filing an unpaid overtime lawsuit unless we prove and win your claim.  This is our No-Win No Fee guarantee. You are not obligated for any legal fees or costs unless you win. Learn More
What is the statute of limitations for filing an overtime lawsuit?
Under the FLSA, the statute of limitations for filing an unpaid overtime wage lawsuit is two years.  This statute is extended to three years if an employee can prove the employer’s wage violations were willful. Learn More
When do employees get paid for overtime hours worked?
Typically, an employer that is required to pay overtime will pay for the overtime hours you worked on your scheduled paycheck.  Some states have established laws that ensure that overtime is paid within a limited time period after the employee has worked overtime. Learn More

How is Overtime Pay Calculated?

The federal overtime provisions are contained in the Fair Labor Standards Act. These overtime pay laws require employees covered by the Act must receive overtime pay for hours worked over 40 hours in a work week. The overtime rate cannot be less than time and one-half their regular rate of pay. Learn more »

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Find Information About Overtime Lawsuits

If you are working overtime hours at your job and your employer is not paying you overtime wages, you do have legal rights. The federal overtime pay laws permit employees to recover unpaid overtime wages beginning two years before a lawsuit is filed and continuing forward into the future until your case is resolved. For many workers just like you, this can mean thousands of dollars in underpaid wages that the employer owes you for work already performed.

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Wage & Hour Class Action Lawsuits

There are a number of overtime pay lawsuits and wage & hour class action lawsuits currently pending in courts throughout the United States. Many of these cases are class actions lawsuits (also called “collective action lawsuits”) and others are individual cases filed on behalf of one employee or a small number of employees at the same company. If you worked at one of these companies and would like to be included in the lawsuit or file your own unpaid overtime pay claim, you should contact our experienced overtime pay lawyers to discuss your legal rights.

Overtime Pay Laws Recent News & Lawsuits

Dong Phuong Oriental Bakery Agrees to Settle Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit

NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana — An investigation by the Labor Department’s Wage and Hour Division determined that a Louisiana based bakery violated the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) when it failed to pay its workers one and a half times their average hourly rate of pay.

Nebraska Restaurant Agrees to Settle Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit

OMAHA -- A Nebraska restaurant recently agreed to a settlement with the U.S. Department of Labor to resolve claims that the company violated several provisions of federal labor and wage laws, including failure to pay overtime wages to several of its workers. As part...

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Overtime Pay Laws (OPL) is a FLSA resource provided by Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. — a highly respected law firm for more than 50 years, based in Southfield, Mich. We team up with other top power law firms throughout the United States to provide you with the best legal team in the country. By doing so, we are able to develop the complex litigation strategies needed to win our cases. We have the financial resources to hire the top overtime experts to prove your case.
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