NEW YORK — A veteran photographer for The New York Times recently filed an UO lawsuit against the newspaper claiming that the defendant failed to pay him over 3,300 hours worth of overtime.
RALEIGH — A North Carolina federal judge handed down a major ruling in favor of a former Uber driver accusing them of stiffing potentially thousands of workers across the country on minimum wage and overtime pay.
LOS ANGELES — In a major ruling for bank employees across the country, the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled mortgage underwriters may not be classified as “administrative” workers and are therefore due overtime pay when they work more than 40 hours in a single week.
NEW YORK — New York City’s premier Indian-Australian cuisine hot spot, Babu Ji, recently settled a second unpaid overtime lawsuit with a trio of former servers who claim the restaurant’s owners withheld overtime wages and threatened retaliation for demanding full wages.
Michigan Federal Judge Conditionally Certifies Class Action Overtime Pay Lawsuit Against Taco Bell Franchise Owner
DETROIT — A group of Detroit area fast food workers recently scored a significant victory after a Michigan federal judge agreed to conditionally certify class action status to plaintiffs in an unpaid overtime lawsuit against Sundance Incorporated, which owns approximately 150 Taco Bell franchises across the country.
TAMPA — A former cashier and cook for a Tampa Bay catering company recently filed a class action unpaid overtime lawsuit against the business alleging the defendant violated the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) by failing to pay them and other workers for all their hours worked.