Amazon Studios is setting aside more than half a million dollars to settle a class action alleging that it violated the Fair Labor Standards Act and New York labor laws by not paying its parking production assistants correctly for all hours worked, including overtime.
Primanti Brothers has agreed to settle a class action claiming it violated the Fair Labor Standards Act as well as Pennsylvania laws in its payments for tipped employees. Among other things, the complaint claimed that the restaurant did not satisfy notice requirements and took deductions from tips that it was not entitled to.
This settlement resolves a class action against Fujitsu Technology and Business of America, Inc. Shepher Kaplan, LLC, and others with a fiduciary relationship with the Fujitsu Group Defined Contribution and 401(k) Plan.
During seventeen years of installing floors for Lowe’s Home Centers, Darin Viars has had neither the freedom of an independent contractor nor the benefits of an employee. The complaint for this class action alleges that Viars has been an employee all along because of the limiting rules and arrangements he has had to follow. A number of factors seem to support the complaint’s claim that he is an employee, and the complaint claims that he has actually been misclassified as an employee, in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
The complaint for this class action claims that Southwest Airlines has violated Illinois laws by taking and storing the fingerprints of its employees. Fingerprints are a biometric identifier, and the complaint claims that Southwest has not complied with Illinois’s Biometric Privacy Act (BIPA), which regulates the collection, use, and retention of biometric information.
This settlement resolves a class action brought against Flowers Baking Co. of Lexena, Flowers Baking Co. of Denton, LLC, Holsum Bakery of Tolleson, LLC and Holsum Bakery, Inc., or Alpine Valley Bread Company.
This settlement resolves two class actions alleging that dancers performing at certain adult clubs should have been treated as employees rather than owners and so did not receive proper pay and benefits.
Lunar Mining, LLC is settling with its parking production assistants (PPAs) in a class action that alleged that the PPAs were not paid for all hours worked, including overtime, in violation of the federal Fair Labor Stanards Act and New York Labor Law.
This settlement resolves a class action claiming that AT&T misclassified designers and deliverers as “exempt” employees and so did not pay them overtime. The suit requested back pay, penalties, interest, and other payments.