Failure to Pay for Work or Services Rendered
This class action is another set of allegations in the familiar story of companies not keeping proper records and not properly paying employees. In this case, the companies are builders, An Ju Home, Inc., Structure Enterprise, Inc., and Trinity Builders, Inc. Also named as defendants are five individuals who are “bosses” or in other positions of power at the three companies. At issue are the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and New York Labor Law (NYLL).
Two plaintiffs claim they did not receive all the wages they were due for drywall work in Maryland. The complaint holds Capitol Drywall, Inc., East Coast Developers, LLC, and East Coast’s owner, Gabriel Montecinos responsible for the missing payments. They are pursuing a collective action under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) as well as Washington, DC labor laws.
The complaint for this lawsuit claims that FlyFit Holdings, LLC and Brian Chappon failed to pay plaintiff Alexander Ray Thurston properly and did not maintain accurate work records. It also alleges that Chappon did not maintain FlyFit as a legal entity separate from himself but more like an alter ego.
This complaint brings a number of employee claims against Starbucks Corporation in California. One is that employees were not properly compensated for overtime and meal break premiums; another is that, when the employees received incentive pay, the incentive pay was not included in figuring the overtime and meal break premiums. The complaint claims that the company’s omissions are violations of the California Labor Code and the Industrial Welfare Commission Wage Order requirements.
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.
Brokerpriceopinion.com, Inc., First Valuation, LLC, First Valuation Services, LLC, First Valuation Technology, LLC, Cartel Asset Management, LLC, Walter Coats, and ValuTech, Inc. have agreed to a settlement allotting over a million dollars to pay brokers who completed broker price opinions on their behalf but were not paid in accordance with their agreements.