LOS ANGELES — A pair of former warehouse workers for online retail giant Amazon recently filed a proposed class action unpaid overtime lawsuit against the company over allegations that the two employees and others were not paid overtime and other wages required under California labor and wage laws.
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LOS ANGELES — A former field technician for telecommunication company T-Mobile recently filed a proposed class action unpaid overtime lawsuit against the defendant for almost $19 million in damages for hundreds of hours of unpaid overtime, meal breaks, and other damages under California wage and labor laws.
LOS ANGELES — A former warehouse distribution worker for a California-Coca Cola distributor recently filed an unpaid overtime lawsuit against the soft drink company alleging he and other employees at the American Canyon facility did not receive full compensation for all their hours worked.
California Federal Jury Awards Property Management Workers $2 Million in Class Action Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit
LOS ANGELES — A federal jury in California recently handed down a significant award to 11 former workers for a property servicing company accused of intentionally misclassifying workers as independent contractors to avoid paying overtime and other benefits.
LOS ANGELES — A former personal styling service employee recently filed a proposed class action unpaid overtime lawsuit against his former employer alleging multiple violations of federal and California wage and labor laws over non-payment of overtime wages.
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.