Modesto’s Pacific Southwest Container agrees to $2.3M settlement in wage-theft lawsuit
The Modesto Bee, Sep 20, 2019
Los Angeles, California –Pacific Southwest Container — the Modesto-based company that provides packaging to such industries as snack foods, high-tech and wine, while employing more than 1,000 people — has agreed to settle a wage-theft lawsuit filed against it for $2.3 million.
Former Starbucks employee claims labor law violations in new lawsuit
Puget Sound Business Journal, Aug 9, 2017
Los Angeles, California –A former employee of Starbucks-owned Evolution Fresh is suing the Seattle-based coffee company for allegedly failing to properly compensate employees. The lawsuit seeks to recover back wages for Walter Savinovich, who was a delivery driver with Evolution Fresh. The suit seeks class-action status on behalf of current and former employees from the past four years, which the filing says may include 80 people in California.
Univision, Oct 30, 2017
Los Angeles, California – Yeremian Law está a cargo de la acción legal contra empresas y personas que incluye denuncias por falta de pago del sueldo, de tiempo extra y de despidos. Los empleados, al menos 1,000 afectados en cuatro años, también aseguran que no se les daba periodo de descanso y que había acoso sexual contra mujeres.
Lawsuit targets Petaluma Poultry
Argus-Courier, June 26, 2017
Petaluma, Calif. – A lawsuit seeking class action status was filed against Petaluma Poultry and its parent company this month, alleging that the local business violated a handful of wage and labor laws in the past four years. The complaint, filed in Sonoma County Superior Court June 9 on behalf of current and former employees, asserts the company failed to pay overtime and to…
Amazon has wide-ranging impact on Sacramento
Sacramento Business Journal, Oct 11, 2017
Sacramento, California – The fulfillment center in Patterson, and a Southern California center in San Bernardino, are named in a class-action lawsuit brought by two former employees accusing Amazon of wage violations.
Ex-worker at Nordstrom-owned Trunk Club sues over unpaid wages
The Seattle Times, July 11, 2017
Los Angeles, California –A former employee of Trunk Club, the Nordstrom-owned personal-styling service, has filed a lawsuit in California, saying his managers pressured him and his fellow employees to work off-the-clock without being paid. Darius Rowser, who had worked at Trunk Club in Los Angeles, alleged in the lawsuit that his employer…”
Hiring, Not Firing, Is a New Focus in Age Discrimination Suits
The National Law Journal, June 28, 2017
Glendale, Calif. – Management tactics that weed out older workers have pushed federal regulators and anti-discrimination groups to train an eye on hiring rather than firing when it comes to protecting against age bias, an effort advocates acknowledge is a steeper hill with increasingly narrowed protections for aging workers…
Glendale attorney represents man suing Nordstrom-owned company
Los Angeles Times , July 14, 2017
Glendale, Calif. – Glendale attorney is representing a former employee of a Nordstrom’s subsidiary who filed a lawsuit against the company Monday, alleging employees were pressured to work overtime but were not paid for it. Darius Rowser filed the suit against Trunk Club, a Nordstrom-owned personalized clothing service, after working for the company’s Los Angeles location…
Former employee sues Nordstrom’s Trunk Club
The Business Journal, Jul 11, 2017
Seattle, Washington – A former employee of Nordstrom-owned Trunk Club Inc. is suing the men’s fashion subscription service for allegedly failing to properly compensate employees. The lawsuit seeks to recover four years of back wages for Darius Rowser and all California-based non-exempt hourly employees with the goal of being certified as a class-action suit to potentially…
Former Trunk Club employee sues over unpaid overtime
Chicago Business, July 11, 2017
Chicago, Illinois – A former employee of Trunk Club in California sued the styling service, alleging he was pressured to work unpaid overtime and wasn’t reimbursed for business expenses.Plaintiff Darius Rowser alleges that River North-based Trunk Club “knowingly permitted and required class members to perform work, off-the-clock, as…