A Brooklyn catering hall, Riviera Caterers Inc. is being sued by one of its former employees for egregious violations of minimum wage and overtime laws. The suit seeks class action status to include other employees who claim they were paid less than $8 an hour, despite NYC minimum wage being $13.00.
Dollar Tree Stores, Inc. is being sued by one of its former managers who claims that, although he was paid by weekly salary, he should have been paid by the hour, including time and half for overtime. He was employed by Dollar Tree Stores as a manager from 2016 to 2017.
A Bronx, New York market and its owner are being sued by a former, long-time employee for failing to follow virtually any labor laws. He says he was paid less than $7 per hour despite working over 50 hours per week.
A class action lawsuit has been filed against Whole Foods in the Eastern District of New York by a former employee who claims the national chain failed to pay him and his fellow manual workers in a timely manner under New York law. He claims he was paid bi-weekly, when manual laborers must be paid weekly in NY.
NYU is being sued by one of its former doctors who claims he was discriminated against based on his disability, and that the school did nothing to accommodate his condition. He also alleges they breached his employment contract in firing him for taking a medical leave.
A New York radiology group is being sued by two former ultrasound technicians because they failed to pay them overtime, failed to pay them for all hours actually worked and failed to provide proper notifications and information pertaining to their pay. They seek class certification to include other technicians currently or previously employed by the group.
A longtime NYC employee has filed suit in the Southern District of New York claiming that she was discriminated against because of her disability and gender. She further claims the city retaliated against her when she brought up her concerns to officials.