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A California-based transportation company is being sued for violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act related to employee time.
Two companies involved in the production and promotion of concerts and other live events are being taken to court for employee time violations related to minimum wage violations and unpaid overtime.
The case was initially filed on behalf of the plaintiffs who accused the defendants of withholding tips paid by customers to wait staff.
The suit is seeking class-action status due to the system being in charge of the day-to-day operation of 12 hospitals where as many as 400 workers could be affected.
The suit was initially filed on behalf of employees in the New York metro area working for the restaurant in a number of different capacities.
A hotel management company in Ohio is being sued in two separate cases for time and attendance violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act relating to unpaid overtime as well as minimum wage payments.
Workers claim they were made to work through their lunch breaks without being paid.
A New York-based car service company agreed to a class-action settlement with 489 of its drivers who claimed time and attendance violations as it relates to unpaid overtime.
A New York-based team that competes in the National Football League is being taken to court by five former cheerleaders for employee time and minimum wage violations.