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Employment Violations

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The plaintiff in this lawsuit alleges that Silver Reign incorrectly identified employees as independent contractors resulting in denied wages and overtime, reimbursement of uniform costs, and breaks for meals.

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that Walmart and Sam's Club employees in Pennsylvania were forced to work off the clock and that the company did not allow them certain meal and rest breaks in violation of certain Pennsylvania minimum wage and payment laws.

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In the fall of 2014, Sony Pictures Entertainment was the victim of an unprecedented cyberattack. Following the cyberattack, the perpetrators released stolen SPE data on the Internet, some of which contained personally identifiable information concerning current and former employees of SPE and its subsidiaries and certain other individuals.

The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that Merrill Lynch failed to pay interns minimum wage in New York from August 2008 to January 2013 in violation of New York state law.

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that the U.S. Census Bureau unlawfully discriminated against African Americans and Latinos in their background check process when hiring temporary employees for the 2010 Decennial Census.

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that Novant Health, Inc. violated the Employee Retirement Income Security Act by breaching fiduciary duties.  Millions of dollars worth of excessive record-keeping and administrative services are among the claims that have lead Novant Health to settle for upwards of $32 million.  There are two settlement classes: former and current participants.

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Plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that Bloomin' Brands, Inc., the parent company of Outback Steakhouse, required employees to perform work off-the-clock in violation of the FLSA.

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The plaintiffs and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission allege that Lowe's Home Center's, Inc. violated the ADA by terminating the employment of employees who took a medical leave of absence exceeding Lowe's 180-day policy.

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Plaintiffs allege that Securitas Security Services should have included annual lump-sum vacation pay upon anniversary of employment when determining overtime pay.  Instead, the plaintiff argues that this vacation pay money was in the form of a bonus.

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Plaintiffs allege that Kaplan violated FLSA and Illinois law by classifying Head Student Representatives as independent contractors and therefore failing to pay minimum wage.

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