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Restaurant Workers File Lawsuit Against Popular San Francisco Eatery Over Unpaid Wages

SAN FRANCISCO– A group of restaurant workers for popular San Francisco eatery Mission Beach Cafe recently made headlines after filing unpaid wage lawsuits against their employer claiming the establishment frequently lagged behind on paychecks and failed to pay some for all their hours worked. read more →

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PNC Bank Agrees to $16 Million Settlement with Mortgage Loan Officers in Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit

LOS ANGELES — PNC Bank recently agreed to a $16 million settlement to resolve an ongoing class action overtime pay lawsuit with mortgage loan officers over allegations that the company used a variety of methods to cheat workers out of hard earned overtime. read more →

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After Avoiding Lawsuit, Chipotle Faces Unpaid Overtime Claims from Thousands of Former Workers

LOS ANGELES — Mexican-fast food chain Chipotle recently avoided paying a potentially substantial award when a federal judge hearing an unpaid overtime class action lawsuit brought by seven former store managers in training decertified the group. read more →

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Grocery Delivery Workers Settle Nationwide Class Action Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit for $4.6 Million

LOS ANGELES — Workers for grocery store delivery start up company Instacart recently settled their nationwide class action lawsuit against the company for $4.6 million, resolving more than 18 labor and wage allegations under state and federal laws. read more →

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Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Rules Nursing Coordinator’s Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit May Go to Trial

SAN FRANCISCO –The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled an unpaid overtime lawsuit brought by a nursing coordinator for Concentric Healthcare Systems may proceed to trial in a lower District Court to determine whether or not her position with the company may be overtime exempt. read more →

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California Judge Re-certifies Minor League Baseball Players Class in Overtime Lawsuit

LOS ANGELES — A California federal judge recently reinstated class action status for hundreds of former minor league ball players in an unpaid overtime lawsuit accusing teams of failing to pay players all of their due wages, including overtime pay. The claim, originally filed in February 2014 in U.S. District Court for the District of.. read more →

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Former Fashion Intern Settles Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit Against Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen

LOS ANGELES — A former fashion intern for Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen recently settled her class action unpaid overtime lawsuit against the pair’s production company, The Row, over allegations the defendant owes almost 200-former interns minimum wage and overtime wages. Attorneys for the Olsen twins had previously vowed to fight the “meritless” claim in September.. read more →

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Zales Jewelers Settles Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit for $1.8 Million

LOS ANGELES — Nationwide jeweler Zales Delaware Inc. recently settled a class action unpaid overtime lawsuit with thousands of former associates for $1.8 million over allegations the company failed to pay plaintiffs all due wages for hours worked. read more →

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Pizza Hut Employees Still Fighting for Lost Wages

LOS ANGELES — Over 80 current and former Pizza Hut employees are still fighting to recover all of their back wages and unpaid overtime from a Kentucky location plagued by a store manager the workers say consistently altered time sheets to save on payroll. read more →

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California Appeals Court Strikes Down Arbitration Defense in Class Action Overtime Lawsuit

LOS ANGELES — A California Appeals Court recently struck down a defendant’s motion to compel plaintiffs to honor an arbitration clause in a collective bargaining agreement on grounds the language of the clause violates wage and labor laws. read more →

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