Minimum wage is a much-debated topic around the country.
Filed Under: Maryland News – Lawsuits, Settlements, Information
FENWICK ISLAND, DE — A server for a Delaware beach restaurant recently filed a wage theft lawsuit against the company, claiming managers engaged in rampant and systematic wage theft against wait staff to enrich ownership and management, as well as pay the wages for hourly, non-tip earning workers.
PHILADELPHIA, PA — Hundreds of landscapers in an unpaid overtime collective action lawsuit recently secured a substantial $4.8 million settlement to resolve claims with their former employer over allegations that the defendant failed to pay overtime and other wages under federal labor laws.
BALTIMORE — A long-serving veteran for the Ocean City beach patrol recently filed a class action unpaid overtime lawsuit against the city over allegations the city failed to pay the plaintiff and others one and a half times their average hourly wages for overtime hours.
BALTIMORE — A U.S. District Court judge for the District of Maryland recently handed down a significant ruling in an overtime pay lawsuit, holding that two Ocean City, Maryland restaurants may be enjoined in a lawsuit.
PITTSBURGH — A group of four-Wawa convenience store managers filed a class action unpaid overtime lawsuit against their employer, claiming that the company under-budgeted its payroll and failed to pay overtime wages.