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Employees’ overtime pay suit resolved via settlement (access required)

After almost two years of litigation between a scaffolding company and its employees, a settlement was proposed. Because the agreement would give the named and opt-in plaintiffs the majority of their claimed overtime pay, there was no suggestion of collusion ...

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Class certified for Fair Labor Standards Act suit against restaurant (access required)

Where current and former employees suing Macado’s restaurants satisfied their relatively relaxed burden to show the putative class is “similarly situated,” the class was conditionally certified and notice must be provided to the putative class members. Background Plaintiffs, who are ...

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Labor Secretary’s ‘illogical and improbable’ calculations dismissed (access required)

Although the defendant never opposed the Secretary of Labor’s motion for default judgment, the district court denied it because the motion rested on “illogical and improbable” damages calculations. Background On March 23, 2018, plaintiff alleged violations of the Fair Labor ...

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Defendants liable for failing to make contributions to benefit plans (access required)

An employer that is a party to a collective bargaining agreement, and a separate company found to be its alter ago, are liable for unpaid contributions to benefit plans and other damages, including interest, liquidated damages, and attorney’s fees. Background ...

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