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Current Cases

ADT LLC adv Rachmel

This is a class action on behalf of ADT salespersons for failure to pay minimum wages under Nevada wage and hour laws. Plaintiff worked over 40 hours in a workweek, but was instructed by ADT to only record 40 total hours in a workweek regardless of the number of hours actually worked. Because of this... Read more »

Alorica adv Kinslow

This is a collective and class action case on behalf of customer service representatives for unpaid boot up/log in and boot down/log off time at Alorica call centers. Because employees were required to boot up/log in and log off/boot down their computer without pay, Plaintiff was not paid all wages due under federal and Nevada... Read more »

Amazon.com, Amazon Fresh, LLC, AF Operations, LLP adv. Mina

This is a collective and class action that seeks to recover unpaid wages for Amazon.com warehouse workers in the state of Washington who had to undergo mandatory security clearances before their lunch breaks and before leaving the warehouse facility. Because of the security checks, employees allege that they are owed wages for the time it... Read more »

Amazon.com, Inc. and Integrity Staffing Solutions, Inc. adv Busk

This is a nationwide collective and class action that seeks to recover unpaid wages for Amazon.com warehouse workers who had to undergo mandatory security clearances before leaving the warehouse facility and were not compensated for that time.

new American Homes For Rent adv Woods

This is a collective and class action case on behalf of customer service representatives for unpaid boot up/log in and log off/boot down time at American Homes For Rent call centers. Because employees were required to boot up/log in and log off/boot down their computer without pay, Plaintiff was not paid all wages due under... Read more »

Capital One adv Porteus

This is a collective and class action case on behalf of customer service representatives for unpaid boot up/log in and log off/boot down time at Capital One call centers. Because employees were required to boot up/log in and log off/boot down their computer without pay, Plaintiff was not paid all wages due under federal and... Read more »

City of Reno adv Discopolus

This is a Section 1983 Civil Rights action against the City of Reno for violation of equal protection of the law and violation of the First Amendment freedom of expression clause. The Reno Municipal Code (“RMC”) requires female topless dancers to obtain a work card, but does not require male dancers who engage in the... Read more »

new Customer Connexx adv Curly

This is a collective and class action case on behalf of customer service representatives for unpaid boot up/log in and log off/boot down time at Customer Connexx call centers. Because employees were required to boot up/log in and log off/boot down their computer without pay, Plaintiff was not paid all wages due under federal and... Read more »

Executive Coach & Carriage

One of our many class actions on behalf of limousine drivers who were only paid on a "trip rate" basis and thus were deprived overtime pay for all overtime hours worked and, in some cases, deprived the minimum wage for all regular hours worked.

Grand Sierra Resort & Casino (GSR)

This is a class action on behalf of all casino employees who were required to perform work off-the-clock. The lawsuit also alleges unlawful age discrimination.

Hard Rock adv Williams

This is a collective and class action case on behalf of employees of various hotel/resort/casino properties under federal and Nevada law for unpaid wages, overtime wages, and breach of contract for failure to pay employees for pre-shift work. Plaintiff alleges Defendant required employees to arrive three to seven minutes prior to the beginning of their... Read more »

ITS Logistics adv. Walsh

This is a collective and class action on behalf of employees who used their work computer to track their time for pay purposes. Because they were required to log in/log off/boot up their computer prior to the system registering their time for pay purposes, Plaintiff alleges she was not paid all wages due under federal... Read more »

John Muir adv Martinez

This is a collective and class action case under federal and California state law on behalf of employees for off-the-clock work, unpaid wages, meal and rest period violations, failure to provide accurate wage statements, violation of California’s Private Attorney Generals Act (“PAGA”), and failure to include bonuses and other nondiscretionary payments when calculating overtime wages... Read more »

Knighted Ventures

This is a class action on behalf of all employees who were not reimbursed for the costs of acquiring and maintaining a California Gambling Control Commission work badge.

Konami Gaming adv Nelsen

This is a class action case on behalf of any person whom Konami Gaming procured a background report for employment purposes alleging violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”). Plaintiff alleges that Konami violated the FCRA by failing to comply with federal mandates for obtaining and using background and credit reports to make employment... Read more »

Labor Ready

This is a class action on behalf of all day laborers employed by Labor Ready for unpaid wages for the time spent waiting to be dispatched to a job location and for reimbursement of wages for check cashing charges.

Nevada Department of Corrections

This collective and class action lawsuit was filed on May 12, 2014 on behalf of correctional officers employed at various correctional facilities throughout the state of Nevada. Plaintiffs seek to represent a class of correctional officers employed in the state of Nevada from May 12, 2008 to the present.  The complaint alleges that correctional officers... Read more »

Onyeagolu adv State of Nevada

This is a Civil Rights action alleging that Nevada Revised Statute (“NRS”) 176.059 creates a structural financial conflict of interest such that trial courts in Nevada have a pecuniary interest in the outcome of cases, resulting in a violation of a criminal defendant’s guarantee of due process of law. NRS 176.059 requires judges to levy... Read more »

PJ’s Las Vegas adv Hernandez

This is class action case on behalf of current and former employees of Papa John’s. There are two groups of employees in this case, (1) delivery drivers and (2) employees who were paid their final wages with a pre-paid cash card upon separation of employment. Plaintiff alleges failure to pay wages under Nevada wage and... Read more »

Rabobank

This is a class action under federal and California state law alleging failure to pay minimum wages and premium pay for overtime hours worked by Mortgage Loan Officers, Loan Officers, and other commissioned employees. Plaintiff alleges that he and other employees who are classified as inside sales exempt, were not paid minimum wages and/or were... Read more »

Reno Housing Authority

This is a collective action under federal and Nevada state law for failure to pay minimum and overtime wages to persons who entered into a “Live In” agreement with Reno Housing Authority (“RHA”). Live Ins were provided a rent free apartment in exchange for watchman/security, handyman/maintenance, and/or property management type duties. The Live Ins are... Read more »

Sitel adv. Laurin

This is a class action under Nevada law on behalf of customer service representatives at call centers in Las Vegas who had to perform activities such as logging in and out of computer systems “off the clock” and without compensation. Because employees weren’t paid for their log in/log off/boot up time they were also not... Read more »

new Spearmint Rhino adv Windom

This is a class action case on behalf of employees for violations of Nevada wage and hour laws. Under Nevada law, the minimum wage is set at a two-tiered rate of either $7.25 or $8.25 depending on whether health benefits are offered to the employees. In order to pay the lower tier minimum wage, an... Read more »

Station Casino adv. Coyne

This is a collective and class action on behalf of employees who worked for Station Casinos and were required to attend pre-shift meetings or conduct other work activities prior to the beginning of their regularly scheduled shift or after the end of their shift without pay. The Plaintiff in this case was a table games... Read more »

Terrible Herbst adv. Neville

This is a Nevada wage and hour class action on behalf of employees who are owed wages for the time they spent engaging in required work activities. Plaintiff alleges that Terrible Herbst failed to properly pay employees in two ways. First, employees who worked a graveyard shift were promised a base hourly rate of $8.50... Read more »

new Trillium Staffing adv Kelly

This is a class action case on behalf of construction labor contractors in California and Nevada for violations of labor, wage and hour laws. Plaintiff alleges that Trillium Staffing uses a pre-paid cash card to pay wages, which unlawfully discounts employees’ wages because fees are charged to withdraw wages earned or use the card. CONTACT... Read more »

Venetian adv. Yousif

This is a collective and class action on behalf of employees who worked at The Venetian/The Palazzo as housekeepers and were required to work off the clock and without compensation during the time it took them to stock their cleaning carts prior to the beginning of their shifts, and for the time they were required... Read more »

Wahlburgers adv. Fain

This is a class action alleging Wahlburgers did not pay non-exempt hourly employees (e.g., bartenders, waitresses, cooks, dishwashers, et cetera) overtime wages for the time they worked over 8 hours in a workday and/or over 40 hours in a workweek. The Parties have come to a tentative settlement agreement which will be filed with the... Read more »

Walmart adv. Evans

This is a class action on behalf of all Nevada Walmart employees who were not compensated the correct overtime rate for all overtime hours worked.

Walmart adv. Nikmanesh

This is a class and collective action on behalf of hourly paid pharmacists who were required to become immunization certified but were not compensated for the course work required to become certified.   Are you an hourly paid Pharmacist and were you required to participate in immunization training without being paid for your time? If you... Read more »

Western Range Association adv. Castillo

This is a collective and class action on behalf of shepherds and former shepherds who worked for Defendants in California and Nevada under the H-2A (temporary nonimmigrant worker visas) program. Under the H-2A Regulations, shepherds are entitled to the wages and certain working conditions outlined in the H-2A Regulations, which became part of a contract... Read more »

Wynn adv. Cesarz

This is a class action under federal law for failure to pay minimum wage and overtime pay due to an alleged unlawful tip pool policy. Thierman Buck Achieves Big Victory For Tipped Employees In April of 2013 Joseph Cesarz and Quy Ngoc Tang filed a class action lawsuit against their employer Wynn, Las Vegas, LLC,... Read more »

XPO Logistics adv Jolly

This is a collective and class action case on behalf of misclassified employees of the freight brokerage firm XPO Logistics under federal and Nevada wage and hour laws. Plaintiffs allege that they were misclassified as exempt and were not paid the proper overtime premium pay for hours worked over eight in a workday or over... Read more »

Settled Cases