Find labor law news stories featuring the Thierman Buck Law Firm and their cases from around the nation. The Firm, which is made up of some of the country’s leading attorneys focusing on employee rights, routinely posts stories related to cases including class action lawsuits, wrongful termination and other unfair labor practices. Lawyers from Thierman Buck Law Firm are often featured in labor law news articles, providing valuable insight into labor laws and ongoing cases.
Josh Eidelson discusses the Amazon.com lawsuit with Bloomberg Businessweek editor Paul Kedrosky in a video titled: “How Amazon’s Warehouse Workers may change Labor Policy” Full Story on Yahoo / Bloomberg Businessweek
The Grand Sierra Resort and Casino (GSR) lawsuit is shaping up to be the largest class action overtime lawsuit in Nevada history. Although the exact amount of damages are yet unknown, employees could be entitled to a portion of an estimated $50 million based on the time they spent working off-the-clock. The Las Vegas… Read more »
Employees may have claims to unpaid wages due to time spent working while not clocked-in In perhaps the largest wage and overtime lawsuit in the history of Reno, the Thierman Law firm is seeking to recover up to one hour of unpaid wages per day per employee of Reno’s Grand Sierra Resort and Casino (GSR)…. Read more »
(Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court agreed on Monday to hear a case that could determine whether companies such as Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) must pay workers for the time they spend waiting to clear security checks at the end of their work shifts. The case revolves around workers at Amazon warehouses in Nevada, who had… Read more »
The Huffington Post was one of the first news outlets to pick up on our firm’s novel case that seeks to recover unpaid wages for Amazon.com warehouse workers who had to undergo mandatory security clearances before leaving Amazon.com warehouse facility without receiving any hourly compensation.
August 30, 2013 “A pair of Nevada lawyers pressing a $70 million wage and overtime abuse claim against the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas resort are trying to contact more than 7,000 current and former employees who could be eligible to collect monetary damages. Attorney Joshua Buck said mailers sent out Friday would invite people who… Read more »
October 1, 2007 “[I]n the mid-1990s [Mark Thierman] brought a series of cases on behalf of workers in California and established himself as a trailblazer in what had long been a sleepy, neglected area of the law. Thierman sues companies for violating “wage and hour” rules, typically claiming they have failed to pay overtime to… Read more »
May 1, 2006 “Chances are you’ve never heard of Mark Thierman. But, then that’s not surprising: He’s a labor lawyer based in Reno, Nev., of all places. He has settled some pretty big cases, though. In 2002, Thierman took on Starbucks in California, forcing the coffee chain to pay managers and assistant managers overtime, a… Read more »