Medtronic – Equal Pay and Gender Discrimination
Peterson and Hooper et al v. Medtronic; Court File 2:17-cv-02457
On September 11, 2017, Plaintiffs filed their first amended complaint against Medtronic in federal court in the Western District of Tennessee. The plaintiffs, two female employees of Medtronic, bring claims for gender discrimination in pay and promotions. They bring their case individually and on behalf of all other similarly situated women, including current and former female employees managed or employed by Medtronic in the State of Tennessee who worked there at any time within three years prior to filing the complaint. The complaint alleges that Medtronic discriminates against female employees through its policies and practices concerning job assignment, career advancement, performance evaluations, promotion, and compensation.
Case Status Updates
March 16, 2018
On March 3, 2018, we filed a motion for conditional certification requesting that the court allow us to send notice of the lawsuit to other women who worked for or were managed by Medtronic in Tennessee within the last three years. Medtronic’s response to our motion is due on April 3, 2018, after which we will wait for a ruling from the Court. In the meantime, we are continuing through the discovery phase of litigation, which is the fact-exchanging period of the case where we are exchanging data and information with Medtronic to help prove our case.
Am I Eligible?
You may be eligible to make a claim in this case if you are a current or former employee managed or employed by Medtronic in the State of Tennessee and believe you have been discriminated against in pay or promotions. If you are unsure whether you have an equal pay or discrimination claim please contact our clerk, James Holden at email@example.com or directly at (612) 256-3204.
How Do I Join This Case?
To make a claim under the federal FLSA, you must complete a consent form and return it to our office. You may also join by filing out an electronic form here. If you don’t believe you have an equal pay claim, but think you might have a discrimination claim please contact our clerk, James Holden at firstname.lastname@example.org or directly at (612) 256-3204.
What Time Frame Does This Case Cover?
The statute of limitations in cases such as this typically allows employees to recover unpaid wages for up to 2 years of signing up for the lawsuit (three years if we can prove the company willfully violated the law).
Do I Have To Pay Anything?
You do not have to pay anything to our firm out-of-pocket if you join the lawsuit. We are handling this case on a contingency basis. This means we will only be paid if the lawsuit is successful in obtaining relief through a settlement, final judgment, or award, and our payment will come only out of that settlement, final judgment, or award.
How Long Will This Case Take?
The length of lawsuits varies. Cases like this typically last one to three years.
What About Retaliation?
The law protects you from retaliation for asserting your rights. If you suffer retaliation, you may be able to assert additional claims. If you feel you may be the victim of retaliation for participating in this lawsuit, please contact our clerk James Holden at email@example.com or directly at (612) 256-3204.
How Can I Help?
There is strength in numbers. If you know anyone who may have a claim, please refer them to us for more information. If you or anyone you know has any other information that may assist us with this case, please contact our clerk James Holden at firstname.lastname@example.org or directly at (612) 256-3204.
How Do I Learn More?
To learn more about this case, feel free to contact our clerk James Holden at email@example.com or directly at (612) 256-3204.
You can also review case updates we will post periodically above. If you have questions about this case or would like to discuss whether you have a claim, please contact us.
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