NPR’s Nina Totenberg Interviews Mark Thierman Outside Courthouse

Mark Thierman is interviewed by Nina Totenberg of NPR outside the courthouse on October 8, 2014. This video was taken shortly after arguments were presented. Thierman argues that warehouse workers’ time waiting in security lines is within the bounds of employee compensation.

Mark Thierman Interviewed by Huffpost Live

In the below video at marker 10:40, Mark Thierman is interviewed regarding the Amazon case on HuffPost Live, the Huffington Post video channel. Thierman exquisitely details the argument in the case, saying to host, Alyona Minkowski, that Amazon warehouse workers should be paid for the time spent waiting in security lines because they are under… Read more »

News Coverage of Amazon Case Intensifies

We’re in the news again, on MSN.com and the New York Times. Today we argued for Busk et al at the Supreme Court in Louisville. These news outlets help explain the history and importance of this Amazon case. Please take a moment to read each story. See the NYTimes story See the MSN.com/Bloomberg story Photo… Read more »

Bloomberg Businessweek video examines Amazon.com Lawsuit

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

Supreme Court to Hear Amazon Case

(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 »

Amazon.com Warehouse Employees May Be Owed Wages For Security Clearances

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.