A New York Federal Judge refuses to dismiss a lawsuit that claims Banana Republic provides biweekly paychecks to manual laborers, despite state law mandating weekly pay. The judge agrees with a magistrate judge’s assessment that the allegations are sufficiently substantial to proceed in court.
Tipped workers for the Bao and Uluh Restaurants in Manhattan have been granted conditional collective certification for unpaid wages. This will allow plaintiffs to notify all affected tipped workers of their claims to recover minimum wages, overtime compensation, unlawful deductions, tip misappropriation, spread of hours pay, and other damages.
Our very own, Steven Sack, receives his first rave review on his most recent book, FIRED!Protect Your Rights & FIGHT BACK If You’re Terminated, Laid Off, Downsized, Restructured, Forced to Resign or Quit.
A collective and class action lawsuit has recently been filed against restaurant owners of The Bao and Uluh Restaurants in Manhattan for unpaid wages. This lawsuit seeks to recover minimum wages, overtime compensation, unlawful deductions, tip misappropriation, spread of hours pay, and other damages for similarly situated workers.
The class action lawsuit filed against the grocery chain and retailer, Wal-Mart Associates, Inc. (collectively, “Wal-Mart”), in May of last year continues to move forward successfully. Recently, A New York federal judge denied Walmart’s motion to dismiss worker’s claims that they were paid late under the New York Labor Law.