Our lawyers have collected millions of dollars in back wages for clients who have been wrongly denied overtime pay. We represent both individuals and classes (groups of employees with similar claims) in litigation to recover back pay. These include cases where employers underpay or refuse to pay wages, and cases where employers misclassify employees as exempt from overtime when they entitled to overtime pay based upon their actual job duties. If you have questions about how you are being paid, we would be happy to talk to you confidentially.

  • Last year President Obama directed the Department of Labor to modernize overtime regulations. One revision sorely needed is increasing the salary threshold for the “white collar exemptions,” exempting executive, administrative and professional employees from overtime. Under the 2004 regulations, an individual making just $455 per week -- about $24,000 a year -- can fall under the overtime exemption.

  • We are presently investigating claims that bus drivers are not being properly compensated for all of their work time, especially at the start of the workday after they perform the morning bus check. Contact our offices for a free consultation.

  • Inside sales employees are often told they are “exempt” from overtime and must work long hours to meet sales quotas. However, many inside sales employees are entitled to overtime. If you are an inside sales employee and work more than 40 hours a week without overtime pay, call our offices for a free consultation to learn whether you may have a legal claim.