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Former worker alleges Houston Inspection Field Services misclassified him as independent contractor

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Jan 22, 2019

GALVESTON – A Utah man alleges his former pipeline inspection services employer denied him overtime wages.

Employee alleges Mobile Destination did not properly calculate overtime wage rate

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Jan 16, 2019

HOUSTON – An Arkansas man alleges his Nacogdoches-based employer failed to properly calculate the rate he should be paid for overtime work.

TechnipFMC employee alleges he was not paid at appropriate overtime rate

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Jan 15, 2019

HOUSTON – A current employee of an equipment supplier for oil and gas companies alleges he is owed unpaid overtime wages.

Cat5 Resources alleged to owe workers overtime pay

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Jan 9, 2019

BEAUMONT – A disaster recovery services business is alleged to have failed to pay workers for their overtime work.

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Edelson wins order to dig deeper into Bandas firm, to broaden lawsuit over 'professional' class action objectors

By Jonathan Bilyk | Jan 4, 2019

Edelson P.C., one of Chicago’s most prominent class action law firms has won the chance to dig deeper into the practices of a group of lawyers it has accused of extorting payments from the Bandas Law Firm and other lawyers by acting as “professional” class action settlement objectors, as the firm seeks to unearth further evidence it believes will lead to an injunction to effectively shut down its rival.

Former Cemex employee alleges overtime rate was not properly calculated

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Jan 3, 2019

HOUSTON – A former employee of a manufacturer and distributor of cement and ready-mix concrete alleges his overtime pay was not calculated at the correct rate.

Lieutenant Blender’s independent sales representative alleges he was not paid for overtime work

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Jan 3, 2019

GALVESTON – A McLennan County man alleges his employer owes him unpaid regular and overtime wages.

Former employee files suit against Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America over overtime pay

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Dec 31, 2018

GALVESTON – A former employee of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America alleges the company failed to pay the correct rate for overtime after employees worked more than 40 hours per week.

Consumer alleges letter from AssetCare, CF Medical falsely suggests settlement offer was one-time option

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Dec 27, 2018

HOUSTON – A Houston consumer has filed a class-action lawsuit against two debt collectors over allegations a letter sent to him was misleading.

Former sales agent alleges BergHOFF International owes unpaid overtime wages

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Dec 27, 2018

HOUSTON – A former employee of a housewares and kitchen appliances manufacturer is seeking to recover allegedly unpaid overtime wages.

Educare Community Living Corp. - Texas employees allege they are owed unpaid overtime

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Dec 20, 2018

MARSHALL – Employees of a living assistance company allege they are owed unpaid overtime wages.

Evolve Outreach of Texas owes unpaid wages, former employees allege

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Dec 19, 2018

HOUSTON – Former employees of a Houston counseling service allege they are owed unpaid wages.

Former The Original Lercy's employee alleges she is owed unpaid overtime wages

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Dec 18, 2018

HOUSTON – A former employee of a restaurant alleges she was not paid the correct rate for overtime work.

From Legal Newsline

Opioid plaintiffs: A small percentage of pill shipments were 'suspicious.' Or maybe it's nearly all of them

By Daniel Fisher | Dec 14, 2018

CLEVELAND (Legal Newsline) - Forced to identify opioid prescriptions they say were “suspicious” and never should have been shipped, Ohio cities and counties came up with a rough estimate. Very rough.

From Legal Newsline

Trial lawyers find unusual allies in fight against arbitration: Conservative state treasurers

By Daniel Fisher | Dec 11, 2018

WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) - Class action lawyers who see arbitration as a mortal threat to their business have found unlikely allies among some of the nation’s most conservative state officials.

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