Williams-Sonoma

Click here for the Consent to Sue form. Getman, Sweeney & Dunn has filed an unpaid wage lawsuit against Williams-Sonoma, Inc and Williams-Sonoma Direct, Inc. for violations of Federal minimum wage law and breach of contract. Two employees who worked in the Williams-Sonoma Olive Branch, Mississippi distribution facility filed this class and collective action lawsuit…

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Avondale Care Group

HAGA CLIC AQUI PARA ESPAÑOL CLICK HERE FOR THE CONSENT TO SUE FORM. HAGA CLIC AQUI PARA VER EL CONSENTIMIENTO PARA DEMANDAR EN ESPAÑOL. Getman, Sweeney & Dunn and Bohrer Brady, LLC represent the Named Plaintiff in a  lawsuit against Avondale Care Group (Avondale) for alleged violations of Federal and state overtime laws, titled Severino…

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Akima Global Services

Akima Global Services, LLC (AGS) is a Native American corporation that contracts with the federal government (ICE) to imprison immigrants in the federal detention center in Batavia, NY while they await the results of various hearings such as asylum and deportation. While in detention, detainees often perform work for AGS in the kitchen and perform…

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N&C Claims and Seibels

If you have worked for N&C Claims Service, Inc. (“N&C Claims”) and Seibels Claims Solutions, Inc. (“Seibels”) in South Carolina in a job position classified as an independent contractor as described below at any time within the last three years, and you were not paid for all hours you worked or were not paid overtime…

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Ecolab, Inc. (New Jersey Class)

On September 11, 2012, Getman, Sweeney & Dunn and Outten & Golden filed a federal lawsuit for overtime pay in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York to recover unpaid overtime wages for employees of Ecolab throughout the country. The case challenged Ecolab’s failure to pay time and one-half premium pay…

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Schneider National

The case is not open to joining at this time, pending appeal.   About This Case This lawsuit is brought as a nationwide class and collective action on behalf of truckers who drove for Schneider National as independent contractors and were treated as “owner-operators” or “lease-operators” by the company. The lawsuit claims that Schneider misclassifies…

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CRST Independent Contractor Driver Litigation

About This Case This lawsuit is brought as a nationwide class and collective action on behalf of truckers who drove for CRST’s Expedited division and were treated as “owner operators” or “lease operators” by CRST. The lawsuit claims that CRST misclassifies these drivers as “independent contractors” when they are actually employees and then makes unlawful…

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Lozano Claims Adjusters

This case is brought by Sheri Mosley, a former Lozano insurance adjuster, who was employed by Lozano Insurance Adjusters, Inc. The lawsuit alleges that the Defendants improperly classified her and other insurance claims handlers as independent contractors when they were actually employees. The lawsuit alleges that as a result of the misclassification, Defendants violated state…

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Rail Delivery Services

This class and collective action lawsuit is brought by contractor truckers for Rail Delivery Services, Inc. The drivers claim that RDS misclassified them as “independent contractors” when they should have been considered to be employees, and that in so doing, RDS forced drivers to bear the company’s expenses, made unlawful deductions from drivers’ wages, and…

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