Corvus Group/RSM McGladrey
On February 17, 2012, we filed a Complaint for unpaid overtime wages on behalf of all current and former employees of the Corvus Group and RSM McGladrey. The lawsuit alleges that the companies failed to pay proper overtime wages to all hourly-paid asset managers, servicing professionals and employees in similar positions that assisted the FDIC with bank closings and other services. These employees argue that the Corvus Group and RSM McGladrey violated federal wage and hour law by failing to pay them time-and-a-half overtime. The companies paid these employees on an hourly basis, and violated the law by paying them only “straight time” for their overtime rather than the required time-and-a-half.
Am I Eligible?
To be eligible to join this lawsuit:
- You must have worked for the Corvus Group or RSM McGladrey as an asset manager, senior asset manager, asset servicing professional, senior asset servicing professional, senior professional, investigations manager, operations professional, or loan operations professional, at any time within the past three years.
- You must have assisted the FDIC with receivership, asset management and other services related to bank failures.
- You must have been paid an hourly rate plus “straight time” for your overtime hours.
- You must have worked overtime.
You are still eligible to join this lawsuit even if you do not have any records of your overtime hours.
How Do I Join This Case?
The Notice period is closed and we are no longer accepting Consent Forms.
Which Locations Are Included?
All locations nationwide are included. Past and present Corvus Group and RSM McGladrey employees who worked as asset managers, senior asset managers, asset servicing professionals, senior asset servicing professionals, senior professionals, investigations managers, operations professionals, or loan operations professionals, and assisted the FDIC with bank closings and other services anywhere in the United States are eligible to join in this lawsuit.
What Time Frame Does This Case Cover?
There is a federal statute of limitations in this case that allows you to recover unpaid wages for hours worked within two years of signing up for the lawsuit. If we can prove that the Corvus Group and RSM McGladrey willfully violated the law, the statute of limitations may be extended to three years.
Do I Have To Pay Anything?
You do not have to pay anything out of your pocket if you join the lawsuit. We are handling this case on a contingency basis, which means that we only get paid if the lawsuit is successful in obtaining relief for you, either through a settlement or a final judgment by the court. Our payment will come solely out of the money we recover for you; not out of your pocket. If for some reason we are not successful, you pay nothing.
How Do I Prove I Worked Overtime?
You do not need to have records of your work hours. If your employer kept accurate time records, we will be able to request those records from the company. If your employer did not keep accurate records, most courts will allow you to make a good faith estimate of your work hours.
How Long Will This Case Take?
The length of this kind of lawsuit varies from case to case. They typically last one to two years.
What About Retaliation?
The law protects you from retaliation for asserting your rights: it is against the law to retaliate against a person for joining a lawsuit to reclaim unpaid wages. If you suffer retaliation, you may have additional claims against your employer. If you currently work for the Corvus Group or RSM McGladrey and you feel you may be the victim of retaliation for participating in this lawsuit, contact us immediately.
How Can I Help?
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How Do I Learn More?
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