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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

Hard Rock adv James

This is a collective and class action case on behalf of employees of the Hard Rock in Las Vegas, Nevada 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… Read more »

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 »

Partner Joshua Buck Argues Before The Nevada Supreme Court

  Joshua Buck argued in favor of Nevada employees having the right to seek their unpaid wages and penalties in court on Monday, July 17th, 2017 before the Nevada Supreme Court in the case of Terrible Herbst adv. Neville. You can listen to the oral argument here A decision is likely sometime in the next… Read more »

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 »

Grand Sierra Resort Cannot Bar Employee In Wage Suit, NLRB Says

  The Grand Sierra Resort and Casino unlawfully barred a former employee and one of the named Plaintiffs in a wage and hour class action against the casino, finding that GSR’s actions interfered with employee rights under the National Labor Relations Act. Law360, New York (May 17, 2017, 6:21 PM EDT) — The National Labor… Read more »

Nevada Justices Rule Minimum Wage Law Not Barred By ERISA, NLRA

The Nevada Supreme Court recently ruled that Nevada’s Minimum Wage Amendment is valid and that although it allows employers to offer a lower wage to employees if the employer offers health benefits it does not usurp the Employee Retirement Income Security Act or the National Labor Relations Act because it does not encroach on federal… Read more »