If you’ve been the victim of wage and hour law violations at your workplace, it’s entirely possible you are not alone. Your employer may be treating everyone at your company the same way, breaking the law for each of them in the same way. When a party has injured many plaintiffs in the same way, our legal system has something called a “class action” in which all plaintiffs can pursue the same cause of action.
Connecticut & Massachusetts Wage and Hour Class Actions
At Hayber, McKenna & Dinsmore, we represent multiple workers in class actions against a single employer who has violated state and federal wage and hour laws, usually by not paying employees overtime pay who should be paid overtime.
These cases are appropriate when there are a group of employees who are the victims of the same illegal employer policy, such as being illegally classified as “executives” when they are really just assistant managers who spend most of their day stocking shelves.
When we find that an employer has been consistently violating wage and hour laws for a class of employees, we begin the class action suit. At that point, employees who meet the same criteria can join the suit. For instance, Beth is a mortgage loan officer for Company A in New London. Our law firm finds that Company A has been violating Connecticut wage and hour laws for mortgage loan officers, and begins a class action in February. Beth finds out about the class action in May. She can still join in.
The following are a list of currently pending class actions that Hayber, McKenna & Dinsmore is handling. If you work for one of these companies in the capacity described in the suit, you may seek to join in:
Six Flags Unpaid Wages Lawsuit
Complaint Filed: October 21st, 2021
“Workers are suing Six Flags New England for unpaid time standing in security check lines before and after shift.”
HomeWorks Energy Multiple Wage Lawsuit
Complaint Filed: September 30th, 2021
“HomeWorks Energy is being sued for multiple wage violations including illegal overtime violations.”
Fulfillment Workers in Amazon Warehouses Unpaid Wages Lawsuit
Complaint Filed: August 27th, 2021
“Workers are suing Amazon for unpaid time for all the time that they are required to remain on the premises”
FedEx Unpaid Wages Lawsuit
Complaint Filed: August 29th, 2019 CT, April 21st, 2021 MA
“Class Members were no paid time-and-a-half for over 40 hours of work per week”
Slider’s Server Unpaid Wages Lawsuit
Complaint Filed: June 29th, 2020
“Servers are suing Sliders for minimum wage violations.”
Target “Executive Team Leader” Overtime Lawsuit
Complaint Filed: February 20th, 2020
“Target “Executive Team Leader” Overtime Lawsuit”
Coverall Misclassification Class Action
Complaint Filed: January 17, 2019
“Coverall Misclassification Class Action”
C&L Diners (Denny’s) Server Class Action
Complaint Filed: December 18, 2018
“Connecticut Servers are suing C & L Diners (Denny’s) for minimum wage violations.”
Chip’s Restaurant Unpaid Wages Lawsuit
Complaint Filed: November 14th, 2017
“Servers are suing Chip’s Resutaurant for minimum wage violations.”
Complaint Filed: February 15th, 2017
“Unpaid Wages Lawsuit”
Servers are suing Dakota of Rocky Hill for minimum wage violations.