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California Uber Drivers May Receive Little Compensation in Proposed Settlement

LOS ANGELES — Thousands of California Uber drivers fighting to recover unpaid overtime and mileage reimbursements may see little reward for their efforts if a proposed settlement between the defendant and one attorney goes through. read more →

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Kansas Bureau of Investigations Agent Can Sue for Unpaid Overtime Wages

KANSAS CITY — The Kansas Supreme Court recently ruled a former Kansas Bureau of Investigations (KBI) agent may follow through with his unpaid overtime lawsuit against the KBI to recover his back wages and hold the agency responsible. The plaintiff claims that his employer terminated him as retaliation for refusing to work excessive overtime and.. read more →

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San Jose Sprinkler Technicians Recover Lost Wages in Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit

SAN JOSE — After years of waiting, a group of sprinkler technicians finally received a $1.3 million payout from their employer, Cintas Fire Protection Services, as compensation for unpaid overtime and other wages. read more →

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Taco Bell Franchiser Hit with Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit

LOS ANGELES — A group of former Taco Bell employees recently filed a class action unpaid overtime lawsuit against Sundance Inc., a major franchiser that owns over 150 restaurants in the state of Michigan, claiming the defendant violated multiple provisions of federal wage laws. read more →

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Are Truck Drivers Really Independent Contractors?

NEW YORK — For many years, truck drivers typically worked as independent contractors, leasing their vehicles used to transport goods across the country for other parties. read more →

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Golden Corral Assistant Managers File Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit Over Misclassification

PITTSBURGH — Two-former Golden Corral assistant managers recently filed an unpaid overtime lawsuit against the company, claiming the defendant owes potentially hundreds of current and former employees unpaid overtime wages. read more →

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New Mexico Governor Under Fire for Handling of Unpaid Overtime Complaints

ALBUQUERQUE — New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez is under fire by labor advocacy groups amid allegations that the state’s Department of Workforce Solutions failed to pursue wage and labor claims on behalf of aggrieved workers. read more →

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Virginia Fire Captains May Soon Get Back Unpaid Overtime After County Proposes Settlement

RICHMOND — After almost two years, a group of Henrico County, Virginia-fire captains may finally get back all their unpaid overtime wages they claim were denied by the county by misclassifying fire captains as overtime exempt workers. read more →

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Red Light Camera Electrician Files Suit Over Unpaid Overtime Wages

LOS ANGELES — A California electrician contracted to install red light cameras recently filed an unpaid overtime lawsuit against his former employer, American Traffic Solutions (ATS), alleging the defendant failed to pay overtime under California law. read more →

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Over a Dozen Marinwood, California Firefighters Sue for Unpaid Overtime

LOS ANGELES — Over a dozen current and former firefighters for the Marinwood County Fire Department recently filed an unpaid overtime lawsuit against the Marinwood Community Services District, alleging that the defendant withheld overtime wages. read more →

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