Roto-Rooter (Colquhoun)

On August 10, 2010, we filed a Statement of Claim with the American Arbitration Association on behalf of former Technicians and similarly- situated persons to recover unpaid wages. More than 80 current and former Roto-Rooter Technicians have joined this arbitration. The Statement of Claim alleges that Roto-Rooter did not pay the claimants’ wages free and…

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Northern Dutchess Paramedics

This wage and hour case charges that NDP and one of its owners fail to pay drivers all the wages which they are owed for all the hours they work. With Defendants’ knowledge and consent, Paramedics and EMTs regularly come in prior to their shift to make sure their ambulance will pass the pre-tour (or…

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KeyCorp and KeyBank N.A.

This Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime pay case, filed in the Northern District of Ohio on behalf of former and current mortgage loan officers, has been settled. On October 19, 2012, U.S. District Judge Dan Aaron Polster finally approved the settlement, approved payment to all individuals who filed claims in the case, approved the service payments…

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Gaston County, North Carolina

*****NOTICE OF CONCLUDED SETTLEMENT***** This case is a class and collective action brought by 7 Emergency Medical Technicians employed by the County’s EMS Division for themselves and on behalf of all other EMTs employed by the County. The employees claim that the defendant County failed to pay all EMT’s overtime at the rate of time…

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GHT Petroleum, Inc.

Plaintiff Elmeshad was a convenience store cashier for a local Mobil On The Run franchise, who was not paid overtime at the rate of time and one half for all hours worked over 40. Plaintiff Elmeshad sought back pay plus an equal amount in liquidated damages plus costs and attorneys’ fees from GHT Petroleum, which…

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George Washington University

A former employee of the George Washington University (“GWU” or “University”) has filed a case in federal court on behalf of employees who recently had their job titles “reclassified” – that is, GWU recently admitted that the employees’ work was covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act (the federal overtime law) and that the employees…

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City of Cortland

This case is brought by a Police Officer who is working for the City of Cortland. The Plaintiff alleges that the City of Cortland failed and continues to fail to pay officers the overtime wage required by the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”). In particular, the Plaintiff alleges that the City failed to include…

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Camin Cargo Control, Inc. (Guevara)

Guevara: A former field inspector with Camin Cargo Control brought this overtime pay case on behalf of a nationwide class of field inspectors who Defendant paid overtime under Camin Cargo Control’s overtime method. This case has resolved and opt-in plaintiffs should receive a notice through the mail within the next few months. If you have…

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Camin Cargo Control, Inc. (Brumley)

Brumley: A former field inspector with Camin Cargo Control brought this overtime pay case on behalf of a nationwide class of field inspectors who Defendant paid overtime under Camin Cargo Control’s overtime method. This case has resolved and opt-in plaintiffs should receive a notice through the mail within the next few months. If you have…

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Cameron Corporation

This overtime case is brought on behalf of Product Design Specialists who were paid on a salary basis. The case claims that the employees were misclassified as exempt from the protections of the overtime law. The case seeks back pay, liquidated damages, costs and attorneys fees.

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