SAN ANTONIO — The U.S. Department of Labor filed a notice of appeal to challenge a Texas federal District Court judge’s injunction against sweeping new overtime pay laws which were set to take effect in early December.
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SAN ANTONIO — A group of almost 100 current and former personal trainers for Gold’s Gym recently scored a huge victory after settling their unpaid overtime lawsuit with the defendant.
Federal Judge Hands Down Preliminary Injunction Against Obama Administration’s New Overtime Pay Laws
SAN ANTONIO — A federal judge with the U.S. District Court in the Eastern District of Texas recently handed down a stunning decision, ruling the Department of Labor overstepped its authority to raise the overtime pay threshold to $47,500.
SAN ANTONIO — Eight workers recently filed an unpaid overtime lawsuit against a popular bakery in Rio Grande, Texas accusing the defendant of failing to pay them for their overtime hours.
SAN ANTONIO — The United States Department of Labor (DOL) recently filed an unpaid overtime lawsuit in Federal Court in Lubbock, Texas on behalf of workers who may be owed substantial overtime wages and other back pay.
SAN ANTONIO — A Texarkana-based call center recently agreed to settle claims with plaintiffs in an unpaid overtime lawsuit alleging the defendant forced employees to work off the clock and failed to pay employees for all their wages due.