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Minimum Wage Violations

Kenneth Cole Store

This settlement resolves a class action alleging that Kenneth Cole Productions violated the New York Labor Law by not paying interns at least minimum wages. 

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IMG has agreed to settle a class action alleging that it violated the New York Labor Law by not paying interns at least minimum wages. 

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This class action alleges that the Walmart store in Chino, California violated California employment laws by failing to pay minimum wages for all hours worked; failing to pay overtime for hours in excess of eight per day or forty per workweek; failing to let employees take a second meal break when they worked a shift in excess of ten hours; failing to keep accurate wage statements; and failing to pay all money owed at termination of employment.

Gucci Store

This settles a class action against Gucci America, Inc. and related companies Yves Saint Laurent America, Inc., Stella McCartney America, Inc., and Bottega Veneta, Inc.

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that McDonald’s and Fremak/Marpenny failed to pay them all of their wages, minimum wages, and overtime premiums; failed to provide all required meal and rest breaks; failed to comply with the law for recordkeeping and wage statements; and engaged in other unlawful business practices. 

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The plaintiffs in this case allege that Summit Entertainment Corp., also known as Gentelmen's Quarters and Phillip Tricola failed to pay its employees unpaid minimum wages and gratuities. 

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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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.

Marketing person sues for unpaid overtime

In this employment class action lawsuit, a former non-exempt marketing employee of MTS Taxes & More, LLC, doing business in Florida as Tax USA is alleging that during the period of June 2011 through April 2012, he clocked roughly 48 hours per week without receiving any compensation whatsoever. He argues that defendants breached a verbal agreement to pay him between seven and nine percent of the company's revenue, ultimately paying him nothing.

In this lawsuit two former food servers at Sardinia Restaurant in Miami Beach allege that the restaurant violated federal employment laws by deducting inventory and uniform fees from their pay checks, which violated the tip employee exception to the federal minimum wage laws.