Workers for an upscale New York City sushi restaurant recently hit the company with a class action unpaid overtime lawsuit over allegations that the business and its management engaged in wage theft against servers by setting up illegal tip pools.
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The Department of Labor recently filed a lawsuit against an Upstate New York car detailing business over claims that the company made employees work through breaks, failed to pay overtime, and went as far as to retaliate against those who spoke out against the illegal labor practices.
Financial giant JPMorgan Chase & Co recently agreed to a massive $16.7 million settlement to resolve a pair of class action unpaid overtime lawsuits the company had been fighting for years in federal court and recently lost a crucial decision on certifying one of the lawsuits as a class action.
SCHENECTADY, NY — A federal judge recently granted preliminary approval for a $6.5 million settlement to resolve an unpaid overtime lawsuit brought by current and former assistant managers working for Schenectady, New York based Price Chopper grocery stores.
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.
New York City — Reports recently surfaced indicating the two sides in a class action unpaid overtime lawsuit recently agreed to settlement terms between grocery store chain Price Chopper and potentially thousands of current and former workers who claimed the defendant owes them for hundreds of hours of back pay.