Logan A. Pardell
COBRA Notice – Former Employer’s Failure to Follow Strict Notice Requirements Can Lead to Money in Your Pocket
The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985 (“COBRA”) is federal law that requires an employee to have the ability to continue with their company-provided
The coronavirus pandemic, which has caused our economy to come to a grinding halt, has had a drastic impact on our country’s workers. To help
Many employees hesitate to bring claims for unpaid overtime wages because of a fear that they cannot provide proof that they worked the overtime hours
Logan A. Pardell is a lead associate at SLG who focuses his practice on nationwide complex employment class and collective action litigation, specifically claims for unpaid overtime wages. In addition to wage and hour litigation, Logan also has experience representing clients in EPA violations, discrimination claims, and unreimbursed business expenses claims. Logan has practiced in a variety of different federal and state jurisdictions, including, but not limited to: Florida, California, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Texas, Illinois, Indiana, Colorado and North Carolina.
“Fight for those who cannot fight for themselves”
Logan fights tirelessly for his clients to obtain the best possible outcome. Logan delivers for his clients by diligently investigating each case and providing accessibility and frequent follow up to ensure all of his clients are apprised of the developments in their cases. Logan is actively involved in every aspect of his cases, including pre-litigation investigations and negotiations, settlement conferences, litigation and trial preparation. To date, Logan has helped collect more than $20 million for his clients. Recently, Logan helped secure a nearly $5 million settlement on behalf of Assistant Managers working for a large multi-state restaurant chain.
Before joining SLG, Logan practiced medical malpractice defense in a prominent Florida law firm in West Palm Beach.
Logan graduated cum laude from the University of Florida, Levin College of Law. While at UF, Logan simultaneously obtained a Masters in Business Administration (MBA). Logan graduated cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree from Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations.
Logan grew up in Poughkeepsie, New York, but now calls Boca Raton, Florida home. When he is not in the office, Logan enjoys traveling, playing basketball, and spending time with friends and family. Logan is accustomed to fighting for the underdog as he is a diehard fan of the New York Mets, New York Jets and Brooklyn Nets.
- Complex Wage and Hour Litigation
- EPA Violations
- Discrimination Claims
- Unreimbursed Business Expenses Claims
University of Florida
J.D., MBA, 2015, cum laude
Book award recipient for Legal Drafting
Senior Research Editor of the Journal of Technology Law and Policy
Ronnie H. Walker Scholarship Award
UF MBA Full Scholarship Recipient
B.S., Industrial and Labor Relations, 2010, cum laude
S.D. of Florida, 2016
M.D. of Florida, 2018
District of Colorado, 2018
Palm Beach County Bar Association; Young Lawyers Division
Florida Bar Association
$4.625 million on behalf of Assistant Managers in Romano, et al. v. Covelli Enterprises, Inc., No. 4 Civ. 000054, (N.D. Ohio)
$1.8 million settlement on behalf of Store Managers in Cottle v. Papa Murphy’s Company Stores, Inc., No. 3 Civ. 00045, (M.D. Fla.)
$170,000 settlement on behalf of Customer Service Representatives in Freeman, et al. v. General Dynamics Information Technology, Inc., No. 8 Civ. 00855, (M.D. Fla)
$165,000 settlement on behalf of Assistant Managers in Hunt v. The Cain Holding Group, LLC, 2019 DCV 0879 – G, (319th Ct, Nueces Cty., Tex.)
$875,000 on behalf of Assistant Branch Managers against a regional bank
$820,000 on behalf of Assistant Branch Managers against a regional bank
$800,000 on behalf of General Managers in Training against a fast food franchisee
$300,000 on behalf of General Managers in Training against a national retailer
Individual Arbitration Settlements
$255,000 settlement on behalf of 16 individual Store Managers against a national retailer.
$249,500 settlement on behalf of 11 individual Store Managers in Training against a retail pharmacy.
$200,000 settlement on behalf six individual Operations Managers against a southern restaurant chain.
$195,000 settlement on behalf of five individual Store Managers against a women’s apparel company.
$181,622 settlement on behalf of five individual Store Managers against another women’s apparel company.
$338,500 on behalf of 14 individual Store Managers against a women’s apparel company.
$100,000 on behalf of four Assistant Managers against a regional department store.