LAW 360 covers class action suit filed by Shavitz Law Group and others against Mike Bloomberg’s presidential campaign on behalf of campaign workers, alleging unpaid overtime and broken promises of employment through November 2020.
Lids Retail Managers Secure $1.2 Million Overtime Pay Deal
PNC Bank Pays $2.75M To Settle Workers’ Unpaid Time Suit
Panera Bread Operator To Fork Over $4.6M For Unpaid OT
Kevin Stawicki, Law360 – July 26, 2019
An Ohio federal judge signed off Friday on a $4.6 million deal to settle a collective and class action suit alleging the operator of hundreds of Panera Bread restaurants violated the Fair Labor Standards Act by classifying assistant managers as executives to short them on overtime.
The case is Kis v. Covelli Enterprises Inc., case number 4:18-cv-00054, in the U.S. District Court for the District of Ohio.
Kis and the collective class are represented by Daniel R. Karon and Beau D. Hollowell of Karon LLC, Randall S. Newman, Robert Abrams and Correy A. Kamin of Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz LLP, Michael Palitz, Gregg Shavitz and Logan A. Pardell of Shavitz Law Group PA, Justin M. Swartz, Darnley D. Stewart, Deirdre A. Aaron, Sally J. Abrahamson, Lucy Bansal and Hannah Cole-Chu of Outten & Golden LLP, and Drew Legando of Landskroner Grieco Merriman LLC.
Noodles & Co. Will Pay $3 Million to Settle Overtime Claims
Bloomberg – December 28, 2016
Noodles & Company will pay $3 million to settle the overtime pay claims of a nationwide class of assistant general managers who said they were wrongly classified as exempt employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act ( Castillo v. Noodles & Co., N.D. Ill., No. 16-3036, settlement approved 12/23/16 ).
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KeyBank To Pay $3.5M To Settle FLSA, Unpaid OT Claims
Law360 – March 14, 2014
KeyBank NA has agreed to pay $3.5 million to settle a putative class and collective action alleging it misclassified certain customer service employees to avoid paying them overtime in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act and state laws, according to documents filed Friday in New York federal court.
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