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JUDGE TO DETR: SHOW CAUSE BY JULY 7, 2020 WHY GIG WORKERS ARE NOT BEING PAID, OR COURT WILL ISSUE AN ORDER TO PAY THEM ALL At 1:03 pm on June 24, 2020, The Honorable Barry L. Breslow, Judge of the Second Judicial District Court – State of Nevada signed an “Order to Show Cause”… Read more »
Letter from Mr. Thierman: Dear putative class members— (all gig workers still not being paid unemployment compensation even though they have a valid claim pending with DETR): Attached to this email is a stamped copy of some of the papers we filed with the Court in the above captioned class action against DETR for failing… Read more »
PUA Claim Issues Outstanding Claim Issues. Unresolved issues that are under review by staff. DUA – Unemployment not Result of Disaster. Indication that your unemployment or separation may not be a result of a disaster. PUA – Other Program Eligibility. Indication that you may have other program eligibility available such as regular unemployment insurance. PUA… Read more »
Latest press release from DETR regarding unemployment benefits. Click to view or copy paste into browser https://youtu.be/4Bgsth5KXEY
GIG WORKERS DENIED UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION THIERMAN BUCK are class action lawyers who sued to force DETR to get its web page for gig workers finally working. The sooner someone can apply for unemployment, the sooner they can get the benefits they are entitled to. When DETR announced it would take yet another ten days to… Read more »
Latest press release from DETR regarding unemployment benefits. Click to view or copy paste: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J9gf5AdKbI0
Every Cloud Has A “Silver Lining” As Non-Exempt “Excepted” Federal Government Workers Can Sue In Massive Class Action for Penalties
Did you know that the federal government is obligated by statute to pay a penalty to all non-exempt “Excepted” workers required or allowed to work without pay during this, or any other, government shutdown?
In a unanimous 7-0 decision, the Nevada Supreme Court upheld the rights of all Nevada employees to claim their unpaid wages in court. The attorneys at Thierman Buck have been vigorously defending the rights of employees to seek their unpaid wages in court for years and now have finally been vindicated by the highest court… Read more »
The Fairness in Class Action Litigation Act making its way through Congress is bad for consumers and workers The bill would, for example, slash enforcement against securities fraud, enable pharmaceutical companies to fix prices artificially high, make it easier for employers to pay women less than men, free up payday lenders to ignore rules… Read more »
Our founding partner, Mark R. Thierman recently wrote an op-ed that has been published in the leading online legal news service, Law360.com. Mr. Thierman’s article, “Don’t Throw Away the Keys to the Courthouse” discusses why contingency fees provide greater access to highly skilled legal counsel for the average person. Here is the article in its… Read more »