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Employment Violations

This class action lawsuit alleges that Deutsche Bank Americas Holding Corp. and other fiduciaries of the Deutsche Bank Matched Savings Plan breached duties imposed by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) by engaging in prohibited transactions and unlawful self-dealing with regard to selecting investments, to the the detriment of the Plan, its participants and beneficiaries.

This class action lawsuit alleges that Reliance Trust Company, Insperity and related entities breached fiduciary duties owed to participants and beneficiaries of an ERISA-covered 401(k) plan by allowing payment of unreasonable administrative and recordkeeping fees, payment of unreasonable investment management fees, using low-yielding money market funds without considering other options, failing to monitor fiduciaries and engaging in prohibited transactions between the plan and fiduciaries and the plan and parties in interest.

ADT Yard Sign

This class action alleges that ADT, Inc. violated the California Labor Code and the state Business and Professions Code by failing to pay overtime and proper wages, failing to allow meal breaks and rest periods, and in other ways.

This class action alleges that Business Information Group violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) by providing inaccurate reports to prospective employers and other third parties, and by not providing the required notice to the subject of the reports, allowing him to correct the inaccuracies. 

Security guard and city skyline

This class action alleges that Universal Protection did not pay its security guards for pre- and post-shift work, violating federal laws against off-the-clock work and the FLSA’s requirements to pay overtime. 

This class action lawsuit alleges that Metropolitan Life Insurance Company ("MetLife") breached its fiduciary duties to ERISA-covered retirement plan clients by failing to disclose key information including the manner in which it sets the internal "crediting rate" used to distribute capital investment income to their accounts.

Total Petrochemical Facility

A class action brought against Total Petrochemicals, Inc. alleges that the company breached its fiduciary duties as administrator of its employee 401(k) fund, because the company is requiring employee participants to sell company stock in the fund back to the company at a loss. The lawsuit is brought under the rules of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).

This lawsuit alleges that Bath & Body Works retail practice of scheduling employees for “on-call shifts” and the compensation paid related to the practice violated California Wage and Labor Code requirements.

Piatti Restaurants in California were the target of a class action alleging that the restaurants violated state wage and hour laws by failing to do the following:

Novant Health is the target of a class action lawsuit that contends the company charged employees excessive fees in their contribution plans that went to third-party service providers.

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