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HOUSTON — Justin Novick, Chris Kehn, James Abraham, and Zahid Islam have filed a class-action lawsuit against Shipcom Wireless, Inc., alleging unpaid wages.

The suit, also on behalf of others similarly situated, was filed March 18, in the Houston Division of the Southern District of Texas against Shipcom, alleging the employer knowingly failed to properly compensate their employees by paying overtime wages.

According to the complaint, between May 2014 and March 2016, Novick, Kehn, Abraham and Islam worked for more than 40 hours per work week but did not receive pay for all those extra hours. 

The suit says Shipcom Wireless failed to properly compensate their employees based on the total number of hours worked..

The four plaintiffs seek all damages, unpaid wages including interest at the maximum rate allowed by the law, all legal fees and any relief as this court deems proper, plus a jury trial. They are represented by attorneys Mark G. Lazarz and Daryl J. Sinkule of Shellist, Lazarz, Slobin LLP in Houston.

Houston Division of the Southern District of Texas Case number 4:16-cv-00730

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