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Former Indianapolis Colts Hostess Files Minimum Wage Lawsuit
Former Indianapolis Colts Hostess Files Minimum Wage Lawsuit

In early October 2011, a hostess formerly employed by the Indianapolis Colts filed a lawsuit against the NFL team in federal court in Indiana. The suit alleges that the Colts failed to pay its hostesses at least the federal minimum wage for the hours they worked. A federal ...

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Blog posts in October, 2011

  • Filming of Black Swan Allegedly Violated Wage & Hour Laws

    Late last month, two workers involved in the making of the hit film "Black Swan" filed a lawsuit in federal court, alleging that the film's production ...

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  • Misclassified Exotic Dancers Not Stripped of FLSA Rights

    A group of exotic dancers prevailed in federal court this month when a Judge in Georgia ruled that the dancers are "employees" within the meaning of ...

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  • Rent-A-Center's $2.7 Million Overtime Settlement Approved

    A Judge in California recently approved a $2.7 million settlement between Rent-A-Center --the largest rent-to-own company in the U.S.--and 2,600 of ...

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  • Mortgage Loan Officers Win $9 Million in Unpaid Wages

    In late September, 2011, a federal district court judge in New York ordered TopDot Mortgage to compensate 166 of its former mortgage loan officers for ...

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  • Riggan Law Firm Scores Wage Victory For Tow Truck Drivers

    Today, Riggan Law Firm, LLC , a St. Louis wage and hour law firm, working in connection with Weinhaus & Potashnick , achieved a victory for a group of ...

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  • Burger King Cashier Sues for Unpaid Wages and Retaliation

    Earlier this month, Angeline Jean-Baptiste, a former Burger King employee, filed a lawsuit in a Florida federal court alleging that Burger King had ...

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