TYLER – A Tyler restaurant is alleged to have failed to pay certain employees the federally mandated minimum wage rate.
GALVESTON – A Louisiana man alleges he commonly worked 12- to 15-hour days for a project management services company and was not paid for the overtime hours he worked.
MARSHALL – A former sand coordinator for a trucking company alleges he was misclassified as an independent contractor and is owed unpaid overtime wages.
HOUSTON – A Dallas County woman alleges an insurance carrier claims processing company failed to pay for overtime work.
HOUSTON – A specialized eye products and care provider is alleged to have failed to pay manufacturing employees at its Houston facility the correct rate for overtime pay.
HOUSTON – Current and former direct patient care nurses for a medical facility operator allege that they were not paid for all hours worked.
SHERMAN – A Denison resident alleges that a Las Vegas debt collector sent him a collection letter that contained "false threats" regarding interest, fees and costs.
HOUSTON – A former operator for a cable system installer alleges the company refused to pay him overtime wages in accordance with the law.
HOUSTON – A former delivery driver for an Amazon contract service provider alleges he is owed unpaid overtime wages.
HOUSTON – A former delivery driver for a Texas corporation alleges she and other drivers were not compensated for the overtime hours they worked.
HOUSTON – A The Woodlands resident alleges her employer failed to pay employees wages for all work performed.
HOUSTON – A former driver for a waste collection services company alleges he was not paid all overtime wages.
HOUSTON – A Houston man alleges that a McKinney-based education institution illegally called him for telemarketing purposes.
GALVESTON – An exotic dancer at a Bacliff men's club failed to pay her and other dancers a minimum wage.
HOUSTON – A consumer alleges misleading language used in a debt collection letter caused her a risk of harm.
Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County alleged to have misclassified workers as independent contractors
HOUSTON – A former Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County worker alleges he was misclassified as an independent contractor and denied overtime pay.