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SportsEngine, Inc.


In September of 2019, our firm began handling unpaid overtime claims for Marketing Development Representatives and Sales Representatives against SportsEngine Inc. and related entities.  The workers allege that SportsEngine misclassified them as exempt and therefore denied them overtime premium pay required by wage and hour laws.  People working in sales-related positions, such as those performing work primarily from inside the office, are often eligible for overtime premium pay for hours worked over forty in a workweek.  We believe that is the case here.

SportsEngine Inc., through its parent company NBC Universal, has an internal dispute resolution process for making a claim for overtime pay.  We have been filing Issue Resolution Forms for individuals to try to help them recover unpaid overtime compensation and are working with the company to try to resolve them.

If you are interested in making a claim, please complete and return a Consent Form to us.  Once we receive it, we will reach out for some information to determine if we can represent you and assist you with making a claim for your pay.

If you worked in one of these positions in the past three years, you may be eligible to make a claim.  You need not have any documentation or record of your hours worked.  You will be permitted to make a good faith estimate of the hours you believe you worked.

If you have any questions about your potential claim, please contact Christina Houston directly at (612) 256-3238 or chouston@nka.com.

Type of Case

Unpaid Overtime Wages

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Case Updates

  • March 20, 2020

    SportsEngine, Inc. Case Update

    We are in settlement negotiations with SportsEngines’ attorneys.  We hope to complete this settlement negotiation process before the end of April.  If you have not yet made a claim for overtime, there is still time to do.  Simply submit a Consent to Join form to start the process.  

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