Here, you'll find an overview of many significant overtime lawsuits that have been filed across the country. This information is intended to help you understand the various types of employers, industries, issues and jobs that have been the subject of prior claims for unpaid overtime. If you have experienced similar overtime cases or issues with an employer, you too may have been denied the overtime pay you are legally entitled to. It costs nothing to have us review your situation, and you may discover that you are owed a significant amount of back wages, potentially leading to an overtime lawsuit.
Case Summary: An overtime pay lawsuit alleging the improper use of a day-rate pay scheme has been filed in California federal court against Chevron Corporation on behalf of a nationwide class of Well Site / Drill Site Managers. While some were classified as employees of Chevron, many of these workers were classified as independent contractors
Case Summary: A class and collective action complaint was filed against Kestrel Engineering and Kestrel Energy (as joint employers) by a former Inspector who worked in several states (Pennsylvania, Ohio and Texas) and was paid according to a day-rate pay scheme. The case seeks to recover unpaid overtime wages on behalf of all current and
Case Summary: Drivers for FedEx Ground and Home Delivery brought a class action case claiming that they had been improperly classified as independent contractors while employed in California from 2000 to 2007. They asserted that FedEx had the right to control almost all of the details of their work and exercised this right by dictating
Case Summary: Employees of Flint Energy who perform various services at natural gas drill sites assert that they were not paid overtime as legally required and brought claims under both federal wage and hour laws and the Pennsylvania Minimum Wage Act (PMWA). The case is on file in the U.S. District Court for the Middle
Case Summary: This class action lawsuit is brought under the Pennsylvania Minimum Wage Act and seeks to recover unpaid back overtime pay on behalf of all home health aides or caregivers employed by Comfort Keepers in the state of Pennsylvania during the 3 year period prior to filing of the lawsuit. Workers claim that Comfort