EMPLOYMENT / WAGE & HOUR

  • A bank manager sought damages for failure to pay for overtime, meal, and rest breaks. Defendant bank claimed that Plaintiff was exempt under California labor law.

  • Plaintiff alleged that the Defendant retaliated against her for making complaints against her supervisor for unlawful workplace practices. Defendant claimed she was not fit for promotion.

  • Plaintiff alleged that the Defendant retaliated against her for making complaints against her supervisor for unlawful workplace practices. Defendant claimed she was not fit for promotion.

  • A psychiatric technical assistant at a California state prison claimed that she was subjected to repeated incidents of indecent exposure by inmates which caused a hostile work environment, and a mental breakdown.

  • Plaintiff claimed defendant owed her for overtime, missed lunch breaks, waiting time penalties, and interest on unpaid wages. Defendants claim plaintiff was owed none of these, and was terminated for time card fraud.

  • Plaintiff filed an action alleging disability discrimination, unlawful retaliation, gender discrimination, and sexual harassment, and retaliation for being terminated after complaining that her supervisor failed to use proper safety standards in handling methylene-chloride.

  • Plaintiffs were female employees of a pharmacy. They claimed that the defendant, a female supervisor, made unwelcomed sexual advances towards them, including "cupping their breasts," and slapping their rear-ends.