A current employee working as a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) at a nursing home, filed a lawsuit on March 30, 2017 against the staffing agency that employed her, All Temporaries Midwest, Inc. In her Complaint, she alleges that the staffing agency violated state and federal law when it only paid ... Read More »
April 4, 2017—Equal Pay Day—is marked to raise awareness of the current gender pay gap in the United States. Equal Pay Day is recognized on a different day each year to symbolize how long women must work before they earn the equivalent of what men earned during the previous year.
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Rachhana Srey will be co-presenting a FLSA Wage and Hour Update as part of the Practising Law Institute’s Understanding Employment Law 2017 Seminar on April 13, 2017. The full day seminar will guide attendees through major statutes, regulations and case law governing the employer/employee ... Read More »
On March 21, 2017, a Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Complaint was filed in federal court in the Eastern District of California against Barco, Inc. The named Plaintiff is a customer service engineer who is currently employed by Barco. His overtime claims are filed individually and on behalf of ... Read More »
Rachhana Srey was recently interviewed by civil litigator and blogger Seth Leventhal of LEVENTHAL pllc for an article on his blog Minnesota Litigator: News & Commentary about Minnesota civil Litigation. Leventhal is also the Executive Editor of Minnesota Litigator, founded in 2008, named an ABA ... Read More »
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