Amazon avoids paying workers for long waits and walks

  Eleven years ago, an Amazon worker sued the company for screening him at the end of his shifts at its warehouse to make sure he wasn’t smuggling inventory out the door. The worker’s complaint: It was Amazon that was taking something from him. The case made it to the Supreme Court, where the warehouse… Read more »

Wal-Mart Association, Inc. adv. Nelson

This is a Collective and Class Action on behalf of warehouse workers required to perform pre-shift duties such as donning PPE and retrieving mobile scanners and printers off the clock.  Plaintiff works in one of Wal-Mart’s food storage warehouses in both the dry section and the cold section.  As part of Plaintiff’s work requirements in… Read more »

Guild Mortgage Company adv. Mayoral

This is a collective and class action filed on behalf of Mortgage Loan Assistants (“LOAs”) for failure to pay overtime and wages due for work done outside the office. Plaintiffs were hourly paid Loan Officer Assistants or LOAs employed by Guild Mortgage Company. As an LOA, it was the Plaintiffs’ responsibility to shepherd mortgage loan… Read more »

Maxim Healthcare Services, Inc. adv. Barrett

This is a class action on behalf of Personal Care Assistants employed by Maxim Healthcare Servies for failure to pay Intra Workday Travel and failure to reimburse expenses. Plaintiff’s Complaint alleges that Maxim Healthcare Services requires Personal Care Assistants (“PCAs”) to use their personal mobile devices to download an application and record their in-home activities…. Read more »

Red Robin adv. Rosete

This is a class action on behalf of employees of Red Robin Restaurants in Nevada for shift jamming and failure to pay overtime wages. Plaintiff alleged that she was scheduled to worked shifts until late in the evening hours and then was required to return for her next shift the following morning to work a… Read more »

Rapid Financial Solutions, Inc. adv. Watkins

This is a class action on behalf of former prison inmates who, upon release, are required to accept the return of their own money in the form of a balance on a pre-paid credit card, which accrues fees for use/non-use. Plaintiff’s Complaint alleges violations of the Federal Electronic Fund Transfers Act (15 U.S.C. § 1693(b),… Read more »

Port of Subs adv. Kennedy

This is a class action on behalf of employees of Port of Subs, Inc. for shift jamming and failure to pay overtime wages. Plaintiff alleged that she was scheduled to worked shifts into the evening and then was required to return for her next shift the following morning to work a day shift, without having… Read more »

Golden Steer adv. Valencia

This is a class action on behalf of employees of Golden Steer Steakhouse for shift jamming and failure to pay overtime wages. Plaintiff alleged that he was scheduled to worked shifts until late in the evening hours and then was required to return for his next shift the following morning to work a day shift,… Read more »

NorthBay Healthcare Group adv. Santiago

This is a collective and class action case under federal and California state law on behalf of patient-care employees for off-the-clock work, unpaid wages, meal and rest period violations, and failure to provide accurate wage statements. Plaintiff alleges that employees performed both overtime and non-overtime off-the-clock work while charting in Defendant, NorthBay’s electronic medical record… Read more »

Domino’s Pizza LLC adv. Flores

Thierman Buck LLP has filed a class-action lawsuit against Domino’s Pizza LLC (Domino’s) to recover car expenses on behalf of pizza delivery drivers who were employed by Domino’s at some point from November 5, 2017 to the present. Domino’s does not reimburse its delivery drivers for the cost of maintaining their vehicles even though they… Read more »