PORTLAND, Ore. — A federal judge recently ordered an Oregon-based drywall company to pay $285,000 to over 80 current and former workers over allegations that the defendant engaged in systematic violations of federal labor and wage laws, including failure to pay overtime wages.
Filed Under: Settlements
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The parent company of an Indiana Chili’s Grill & Bar recently agreed to a $250,000 settlement to resolve claims that the restaurant engaged in systematic wage theft against servers, a violation of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
LOS ANGELES — Almost eight years after first filing suit, thousands of current and former security guards for one of the nation’s largest private security companies may finally receive compensation for all the wages they claim the defendant failed to pay.
ST.LOUIS — A Missouri federal judge recently handed down a ruling allowing a class action unpaid overtime lawsuit brought by a group of home health care workers to proceed against the defendant, St. Louis based SSM Home Care, to recover the class’s lost wages.
Delivery Drivers File Class Action Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit Against FedEx for Continued Wage Violations
LOS ANGELES — Almost one-year to the date since FedEx agreed to a $240 million payout with delivery drivers across 20-states, workers filed a new class action unpaid overtime lawsuit against the nation’s second largest package delivery service over claims that the company continues to skirt federal wage and labor laws.
COLUMBUS — Two local government workers for Cuyahoga County, Ohio recently filed separate federal class action unpaid overtime lawsuits against the county alleging various violations of federal wage and labor laws over unpaid overtime.