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A mortgage underwriter in New Jersey is being allowed to continue a time and attendance lawsuit for unpaid overtime in a case with very unique circumstances.
The farm owner circumvented federal and state minimum wage laws by classifying workers as independent contractors, resulting in employee time violations.
The time and attendance violations could affect as few as 4,000 and as many as 6,000 individuals in Washington D.C. and the lower 48 states.
Two individuals employed as social workers in the state of Virginia are suing for time and attendance violations related to unpaid overtime.
Bus drivers in Maryland have settled a time and attendance lawsuit against the second largest school bus company in the United States.
A large temporary employment agency in Michigan is being sued by four employees for time and attendance violations.
The lawsuit was filed in 2012 on behalf of a 14-year veteran of the department claiming that he, along with other police officers, were not fairly compensated for overtime.
Assistant managers at a large retail store chain have been awarded a settlement in a class-action time and attendance lawsuit filed against the company.
A drug store chain recently agreed to a $23 million class-action settlement and learned some expensive lessons about the FLSA and state wage-and-hour laws.