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Overtime Lawsuits

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.

AIPC Energy, LLC Case Summary

Case Summary: This lawsuit was filed against AIPC Energy by mud operations workers that it paid using a “day rate pay plan, with no overtime premium, and that it had classified as independent contractors. Filed as a collective action, this case seeks to recover unpaid back overtime wages for the entire class of Solids Control

1845 Oil Field Services Case Summary

Case Summary: Plaintiffs have sued 1845 Oil Field Services on behalf of all its Sand Coordinators for violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act and the New Mexico Minimum Wage Act (“NMMWA”). Defendant 1845 is an oil field services company with offices and operations in Texas whose primary business includes the coordination of drilling sand

Precision Solids Control, Inc. Case Summary

Case Summary: This case claims that Precision Solids Control failed to pay overtime to its Solids Control Technicians and other similar non-exempt employees who were paid on a day-rate basis. These oilfield employees regularly worked 84 hours per week, with rotations of 4 weeks on and 1 week off. Despite working far more than 40

Baker Hughes Case Summary

Case Summary: This case claims that thousands of Field Specialists employed by Baker Hughes were deprived of overtime pay while being compensated using a salary and day-rate pay scheme. These employees routinely worked more than 12 hours per day and 80 hours per week performing technical services at oil and gas drill sites across the

IEM Case Summary

Summary: On June 4, 2014, a class action lawsuit was filed on behalf of all Quality Assurance Control Specialists (“Specialists) who work or have worked for Innovative Emergency Management, Inc. (“IEM”) nationwide as Specialists on the Hurricane Sandy Recovery Project. The class action lawsuit alleges that IEM misclassified Specialists as independent contractors, and failed to