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Plaintiffs File Amended Class Action Complaint Against MetLife for Unpaid Overtime

NEW YORK — Two former long-term disability (LTD) claims specialists for insurance giant MetLife recently filed an amended unpaid overtime lawsuit against the company over allegations that the defendant failed to pay the pair and possibly hundreds more for all their overtime hours. read more →

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Ohio Auto Glass Worker Files Class Action Lawsuit Over Unpaid Overtime

CLEVELAND — A former factory worker for an Ohio auto glass manufacturer recently filed a proposed class action lawsuit over allegations the defendant, China-based Fuyao, failed to pay her and about 100 others for all their hours spent on the job. read more →

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Management Trainees File Class Action Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit Against Fast Food Chain

LOS ANGELES — A former management trainee for fast food company Chipotle Mexican Grill recently filed a federal class action unpaid overtime lawsuit against the company, alleging the defendant should have paid her and other workers overtime under changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). read more →

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Maryland Lifeguard Files Class Action Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit Against City

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. read more →

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“Best Restaurant in America” Settles Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit for $2 Million

NEW YORK — A group of current and former restaurant workers for Blue Hill at Stone Barns, named The Best Restaurant in America by Eater.com, recently settled their unpaid overtime lawsuit with the company for the sum of $2 million. read more →

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Federal Judge Approves Unpaid Overtime Settlement Brought by Wisconsin Factory Workers

MILWAUKEE — A federal judge recently approved a settlement between parties in an unpaid overtime lawsuit to resolve allegations over wage theft allegedly committed by an Appleton, Wisconsin manufacturing company since the 1990s. read more →

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Appliance Maker and Staffing Agency Settle Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit with Roadshow Demonstrators

LOS ANGELES — Appliance maker Vita-Mix Corp. and staffing agency Kelly Services Inc. recently agreed to a $1.6 million settlement to resolve claims the two companies under paid workers hired to demonstrate Vita-Mix’s line of blenders and other products at trade shows. read more →

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Store Managers Filed Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit Against Entertainment Media Store Company

NEW YORK — A former store manager for entertainment media store company For Your Entertainment (FYE) recently filed a federal class action unpaid overtime lawsuit against the shopping mall chain store over allegations that the company failed to pay her and others for all hours spent on the job. read more →

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Department of Labor Targets Pennsylvania Spa in Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit

PHILADELPHIA — The U.S. Department of Labor filed a federal unpaid overtime lawsuit against against a Pennsylvania spa over allegations that the business set up an illegal tip pool for employees earning less than minimum wage and failed to pay all wages and provide accurate pay statements to other workers. read more →

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Federal Appeals Court Rules Class Action Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit May Proceed

NEWARK — The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit recently ruled that a class action unpaid overtime lawsuit brought by a group of certified nursing assistants against their employer may proceed despite the defendant maintaining that the case should be handled under arbitration agreements signed by the nurses. read more →

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