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Delta Air Lines, Inc.

Dev Anand Oman v. Delta Air Lines, Inc.

On January 9, 2015, Nichols Kaster filed a Complaint on behalf of flight attendants employed by Delta Air Lines, Inc. (“Delta”). Under Delta’s primary pay formula, flight attendants are only paid for the time after a flight leaves the departure gate until it arrives at the destination gate, but not for the work performed before and after the flight. The Complaint alleges Delta violated California state law by (among other things), failing to pay its employees minimum wage for all hours worked during their employment for work performed in the state of California.

Type of Case

Unpaid Minimum Wages

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Case Updates

  • September 21, 2015

    Delta Airlines, Inc. Unpaid Wage Lawsuit Update

    On September 11, 2015, the Court ordered Delta to provide certain documents to Plaintiffs.  The Court ruled that the documents in question—which Plaintiffs previously requested—could be relevant to the case and that Delta’s refusal to turn them over was improper and unwarranted.

     
  • April 9, 2015

    Delta Air Lines, Inc. Unpaid Wage Lawsuit Update

    On April 7, 2015, the Court held a scheduling conference in this case and set upcoming deadlines.  Over the coming months the parties will conduct discovery on Delta’s work rules and whether the company’s pay practices violate California’s minimum wage requirements.  Next fall, both parties will file motions with the Court regarding those pay practices.  We expect the Court will issue a ruling before the end of the year addressing whether the pay practices violate California’s minimum wage requirements.

Am I eligible?

This case was brought on behalf of flight attendants flying into or out of California airports who were not properly paid for all hours worked. To be eligible for this lawsuit, you must have worked as a flight attendant at a California airport within the past four years. You are still eligible to participate in the lawsuit if you do not have any records of your hours worked.

Additional Information

What Time Frame Does This Case Cover?

Under California state law there is a statute of limitations that may allow you to recover pay for up to four years prior to the filing of the case.

Do I Have To Pay Anything?

You do not have to pay anything to our firm if you join the lawsuit. We are handling this case on a contingency basis. This means the firm will only be paid if the lawsuit is successful in obtaining relief either through a settlement or a final judgment, and that payment will only come out of that settlement or final judgment.

How Long Will This Case Take?

The length of this kind of lawsuit varies from case to case, but they typically last one to three years.

What About Retaliation?

The law protects you from retaliation for asserting your rights, and if you suffer retaliation, you may be able to assert additional claims. If you currently work for Delta and you feel you are the victim of retaliation for participating in this lawsuit, contact us immediately.

How Can I Help?

Right now, we are hoping to talk to as many Delta flight attendants as possible to learn more about the case. If you have information regarding flight attendants at Delta, you can contact the case clerk, Danielle Kahler at dkahler@nka.com or call toll free at (877) 448-0492, ext. 214.

How Do I Learn More?

To learn more about this case, feel free to contact the case clerk, Danielle Kahler at dkahler@nka.com or call toll free at (877) 448-0492, ext. 214.

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