Employment Class Action
A class action is a type of lawsuit in which several persons sue on behalf of all persons affected by a similar wrong. While the subject matter of a class action lawsuit can vary, the factual and legal issues in dispute are common to members of a class of persons.
Examples of employment related class action cases may include:
- Overtime violations
- Rest period violations
- Meal period violations
- Failure to pay wages for hours worked and/or minimum wage
- Payroll statement violations
- Unfair business practices
Frequently Asked Questions
- How long does a class action lawsuit take to settle or resolve?
- The typical resolution takes approximately two years from the date of filing of the complaint.
- What kind of recovery can I expect?
- Until the litigation is well under way it is impossible to determine what the recovery, whether by settlement or following judgment at trial, might be possible. Typically a settlement consists of a payment of cash but may include other remedies.
- If I have information or would like to discuss a case, what should I do?
- If you believe that you have information about a case or potential case, call 800-382-7969 or send us an email and an attorney will contact you.
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