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Current Class and Collective Actions

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“This not only helped me but thousands of other people who were being taken advantage of.” – Sherry M.

Most of the wage law cases we handle at Nilges Draher LLC involve class actions and collective actions. This means that the employer has an illegal pay practice that applies to a group of similarly situated employees who have collectively acted against their employer.

We have earned the respect of our adversaries and of the courts as “abled and experienced counsel” in these types of cases. We have been successful in resolving many of these cases before filing a lawsuit. That’s because our adversaries take us seriously.

Class action and collective action cases we are currently handling

Anderson v. OhioHealth Care Plus – Our firm seeks to represents a class of present and former full-time hourly home health workers that were not paid overtime compensation for hours worked in excess of 40 in a workweek and/or who were not paid for time spent traveling to multiple locations in one workday.

Anderson v. Rent-a-Daughter Corp. – Our firm seeks to represent caregivers who were not paid overtime compensation and were also not paid job-to-job travel throughout the day.

Brank v. Med1Care Home Health Care – Our firm seeks to represent full time hourly home care providers who were not paid for time spent traveling between job sites in the same workday.

Buco v. Kerry Taste and Nutrition – Our Firm seeks to represent all employees involved in handling of food products and were required to wear sanitary clothing and protective equipment but were not paid for the time spent putting on and taking off the sanitary gear.

Chambers v. Continental Secret Service Bureau, Inc. – Our firm seeks to represents security guards who were not paid for performing pre-shift duties resulting in the unpaid overtime.

Chase v. Viaquest Residential Service LLC. – Our firm seeks to represents a class of present and former full-time direct support professionals that were not paid for time spent traveling to multiple client locations in one workday.

Cleveland v. Foundations Health Solutions – Our firm seeks to represent all current and former full time STNAs who were not paid for the time they spent working during their unpaid meal breaks.

Cordell v. Sugar Creek Packing Co.Our firm seeks to represent a class of current and former employees who engaged in handwashing, donning of sanitary gear, and/or related travel.

Cowman v. New Sabina Industries, Inc. – Our firm seeks to represent current and former hourly employees who were not paid for time spent putting on or taking off required protective clothing.

Darling v. Katz Tires Service LLC – Our firm seeks to represents a class of current and former employees who were not paid for overtime at a time and a half rate.

Eisenberg v. Conrad’s Tire Service – Our firm seeks to represent a class of present and former full-time employees with the title manager who were not Store Leaders and who were not paid overtime compensation as a result of Defendant’s misclassification of them as exempt from overtime.

Elam v. Gardner Pie Co. – Our firm seeks to represent all current and former employees of Gardner Pie Company who were involved in the manufacturing, packaging, or handling of food or food products and who were required to put on and take off sanitary clothing and other protective equipment but were not paid for that time during the last three years.

Fitzgerald v. Forest River Manufacturing LLC – Our firm, along with Hassler Kondras Miller LLP and Coffman Legal, represent a class of current and former piece rate employees who were not paid for all hours worked.

Fry v. Pilot Plastic Inc. – Our firm seeks to represents a class of current and former full-time employees who were not paid for pre-shift work resulting in unpaid overtime.

Fuller v. 1st Choice Family Services, Inc. – Our firm represents the class of current and former Direct Support Professionals who were misclassified as independent contractors and who were not paid overtime compensation.

Graham v. Zekelman Industries, Inc. (Picoma) – Our firm seeks to represent a class of current and former hourly employees who were not paid for certain pre-shift work.

Howatae v. Titan Senquest Management, Inc. – Our firm seeks to represent a class of current and former hourly healthcare workers who were required to work through their meal period without pay.

Jelenic v. Zaremba Management Co. – Our firm seeks to represent employees who lived on site and received rent as part of their compensation. We allege that Zaremba did not pay these employees at the proper overtime rate.

Jim v. CoreCivic of Tennessee, LLC – Our firm, along with Hodges & Foty, LLP, and The Lazzaro Law Firm, LLC, seek to represent a class of correctional and detention officers who work or worked for CoreCivic in New Mexico. In this case, the Named Plaintiff alleges that Plaintiff and other similarly situated employees were not paid for pre-shift security screenings, which resulted in the underpayment of overtime.

Kasiotis v. AWP, Inc. d/b/a Area Wide Protective – Our firm seeks to represent a class of employees who work or worked for AWP as traffic control specialists. In this case, the Named Plaintiffs allege that they were not paid for time spent driving other traffic control specialists to and from jobsites, and associated inspections and other related work, resulting in the underpayment of overtime compensation.

Kovacs v. G4S Secure Solutions (USA) Inc. – Our firm represents the class of security guards who were not paid for pre-shift duties resulting in the underpayment of overtime.

Lambert v. G Matss LLC, et al. – Our firm represents a class of employees defined as former and current non-salaried employees who were employed at Defendants’ business locations in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Virginia and who worked more than 40 hours in any workweek from December 17, 2015 to the present. In this case, the Named Plaintiff alleges that Defendants did not pay overtime at a rate of one and one-half times employees’ regular rates.

Lovell v. Park Place Technologies , LLC.- Our firm seeks to represents a class of current and former employees who were not paid for overtime for working more than 40 hours in a work week at a time and a half rate.

Lucas et al v. Miller Products, Inc. d/b/a MPI Label Systems, Inc. and MPI  Labels of Baltimore, Inc. – Our firm seeks to represent current and former hourly employees who were required to report to their workstations and begin working before their scheduled shift start time, but were not paid for the time they spent working before the start of their shifts.

McElroy v. Fannie May Confections Brands Inc. Our Firm seeks to represent all current and former employees involved in the manufacturing, packaging, or handling of food products and were required to wear sanitary clothing and protective equipment but were not paid for the time spent putting on and taking off said gear.

Meyer v. OfficeScapes LLC. – Our firm seeks to represents a class of current and former employees who were not paid for pre- shift work resulting in unpaid overtime.

Miller v. Agrana Fruit US – Our Firm seeks to represent all current and former employees who were involved in the manufacturing, packaging, or handling of food or food products and were required to wear sanitary clothing and other protective equipment but were not paid for the time spent putting the sanitary gear on or taking the gear off.

Myers v. S and H Partners, LLC, et al. – Our firm seeks to represents a class of current and former employees who were not paid for overtime when working more than 40 hours in a work week at a time and a half rate.

Oakes v. Auria Solutions USA Inc., et al. – Our firm seeks to represent hourly production employees who were required to report to work early but were not paid for that time.

Purvis et al. v. OSL Retail Services – Our firm seeks to represent all current and former Team Leads employed by OSL Retail Services employed during the last three years who were required to perform certain work off-the-clock and without pay. This case alleges violations of federal law as well as violations of Ohio, New York, and Pennsylvania state laws.

Rapp v. Axt Home Care – Our firm represents a class of present and former full-time hourly home health workers that were not paid for paid for time spent traveling to multiple locations in one workday.

Ray v. Hercules Tree Services, LLC – Our firm seeks to represent a class of present and former full time hourly employees that were misclassified as independent contractors and who were not paid overtime compensation.

Ray v. Matalco (U.S.), Inc. – Our firm seeks to represents a class of current and former employees who were not paid for pre- shift meetings resulting in unpaid overtime for those working 40 hours in a work week.

Riley v. Timiny R/R Construction, Inc. – Our firm seeks to represent a class of current and former hourly employees who were not paid for the time they spent traveling to and from jobs that required an overnight stay.

Sippel v. Stericycle Inc. – Our firm seeks to represent a class of present and former employees with the title such as “educator” who were not paid overtime compensation as a result of misclassification thus exempt from overtime.

Spencer v. Legacy Health Services – Our firm seeks to represent all current and former full time STNAs who were not paid for the time they spent working during their unpaid meal breaks.

Thomas v. Candid Care Co. – Our firm seeks to represent current and former hourly employees who were required to perform certain work off-the-clock and without pay.

Walters v. Professional Labor Group – Our firm represents a class of current and former hourly employees who were not paid for the time they spent traveling to and from jobs that required an overnight stay.

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