This is a proposed class action lawsuit against AirTouch/Verizon. Plaintiffs were employed by AirTouch/Verizon as Retail Sales Managers. Plaintiffs allege that they and other California Store Managers have been misclassified as exempt from California’s overtime compensation requirements. This case is pending in Los Angeles Superior Court.
For more information, contact Kristen Fritz or Adrian Bacon at 714-669-4900.
This proposed class action lawsuit has been brought on behalf of flight attendants employed by Alaska Airlines and Horizon Airlines. Plaintiff alleges that Defendants have not paid them all sums owed under the Employee Incentive Program that provides for payments to employees for soliciting applications for “Alaska Airlines” branded Visa and MasterCard credit cards.
For more information, contact Lou Marlin or Kristen Fritz at (714) 669-4900.
This is a proposed class action lawsuit against garment manufacturer American Apparel seeking recovery for unpaid wages including compensation for time worked “off-the-clock,” missed meal and rest breaks, and other damages on behalf of current and former hourly workers. This case is currently pending in Los Angeles County and is in the pre-certification discovery stage.
For more information, contact Mark Bradley or Kiley Grombacher at (818) 991-8080.
This case seeks recovery on behalf of a class of transit drivers who were misclassified as independent contractors. The violations alleged include failure to pay minimum wage, failure to pay overtime, failure to provide meal and rest breaks, failure to reimburse for necessary business expenses, making improper deductions, and breach of contract.
For information, contact Stephen O’Dell or Hanna Raanan at (714) 669-4900.
This is a proposed class action against a home/ business security company seeking recovery for unpaid minimum and premium wages, meal and break wages and other damages on behalf of security guards. This case was recently settled and preliminary approval of the settlement has been granted.
For more information, contact Mark Bradley at (818) 991-8080.
This class action was filed on behalf of production workers at Avon’s Pasadena facility, who allegedly were not afforded proper meal periods and rest breaks pursuant to California law. The matter has settled and distribution to class members will take place shortly.
For more information, contact Stanley Saltzman at (818) 991-8080.
This is a nationwide Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) class action seeking to recover on behalf of Bank of America employees who allegedly have not been paid all wages due them. The case is a part of a multi-state combined action pending before the United States District Court in Kansas City, Kansas. Marlin & Saltzman have been appointed by that court as co-lead counsel.
For information, contact Stan Saltzman, Mark Bradley or Christina Humphrey at (818) 991-8080.
The case is proceeding in the United States District Court for Illinois and involves a data breach which exposed certain Barnes and Nobel customers’ personal data to hackers.
For more information, contact Mark Bradley or Tony Baird at (818) 991-8080.
This is a personal injury trucking accident case. The case is currently pending in the Norwalk division of the LA Superior Court and is in the written discovery/deposition stage.
For more information, contact Alan Lazar or Craig Pynes at 818-991-8080.
This is a proposed class, collective, and representative action brought pursuant to federal and California law on behalf of bakery delivery drivers, called Route Sales Representatives and/or Route Service Representatives (“RSRs”) (or similar such titles). Plaintiffs seek monies owed for Bimbo’s alleged improper calculation of RSR overtime rate of pay. Plaintiffs also seek to recover for missed meal and breaks. This action is presently pending in the United States District Court for the Central District of California.
For more information, contact Stanley Saltzman or Kiley Grombacher at (818) 991-8080.
This is a certified class action against a home/ business security company seeking recovery for unpaid minimum and premium wages, meal and break wages and other damages on behalf of security guards. This case has been ordered certified as a class action by the Court of Appeal and will be proceeding in the Trial Court in Orange County for trial purposes.
For more information, contact Stan Saltzman or Craig Pynes at 818-991-8080.
This proposed class action is filed on behalf of non-exempt hourly employees at Chase Bank’s retail branch facilities throughout the country, alleging that Chase requires its employees to be present and perform work in excess of eight hours per day and/or forty hours per work week but fails to pay them overtime, and further fails to pay for all straight time hours worked. Also, it is alleged that Chase requires such employees to perform work tasks during unpaid breaks, fails to provide meal and rest breaks, fails to timely compensate employees for all wages earned at termination, and fails to properly and accurately calculate overtime and report wages earned, hours worked, and wage rates.
For information, contact Kiley Grombacher at (818) 991-8080.