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Employers Paying Employees with Pre-Paid Payroll Card or Debit Cards- Causing Hourly Rate to Drop below Minimum-Wage

By wigginschilds | February 16, 2018

EMPLOYERS PAYING EMPLOYEES WITH PRE-PAID PAYROLL CARD OR DEBIT CARDS- CAUSING HOURLY RATE TO DROP BELOW MINIMUM-WAGE The Fair Labor Standards Act states “Every employer shall pay to each of his employees… wages at… $7.25 an hour.” 29U.S.C. § 206(a).  Pre-paid payroll cards have provided employers a way to save money immediately on payroll fees.  However, the employer’s costs have […]

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Testosterone Drugs – Heart Complications and Death

By wigginschilds | February 16, 2018

TESTOSTERONE DRUGS – HEART COMPLICATIONS AND DEATH Currently Wiggins Childs lawyers represent clients who have been prescribed Testosterone drugs and who have experienced heart attacks, strokes, or other heart complications.  Our lawyers are continuing to investigate these cases, including for those whose loved ones have died after taking these Testosterone drugs. If you have any questions about these types of […]

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Reduced Minimum Wage, Tip Credit, Tip Share, & Tip Pooling

By wigginschilds | February 16, 2018

REDUCED MINIMUM WAGE, TIP CREDIT, TIP SHARE, & TIP POOLING “Reduced Minimum Wage” Plus Tips The FLSA requires that employers pay employees a minimum hourly wage. 29 U.S.C. § 201, et seq. Employers of tipped employeesmay consider tips as part of the tipped employees wages, but employers must pay a direct reduced minimum wage if they claim a tip credit. 29 U.S.C. […]

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Ashworth v. General Motors, LLC, GM Class Lawsuit Filed: Ignition Switches (2014 -April)

By wigginschilds | February 16, 2018

ASHWORTH V. GENERAL MOTORS, LLC, GM CLASS LAWSUIT FILED: IGNITION SWITCHES (2014 -APRIL) Ashworth v. General Motors, LLC, Class Action, Consumer Rights, Lemon Law, Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, Breach of Contract, Breach of Warranty, Fraudulent Misrepresentation, Fraudulent Concealment, Unjust Enrichment, State Consumer Protection, Unfair Competition Statutes Currently Representing Plaintiffs in Alabama, Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Indiana, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, […]

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Invalid Tip Sharing / Tip Pool Settlement (2014)

By wigginschilds | February 16, 2018

INVALID TIP SHARING / TIP POOL SETTLEMENT (2014) Wiggins, Childs, Pantazis and Quinn P.C., sued on behalf of two former servers arguing the servers were owed wages related to a system known as a tip pool operated by the restaurant, which forced them to share tips with employees who didn’t directly interact with customers. The suit argued the tip pool was […]

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Jones v. Mercy Medical, a Corporation (2012)

By wigginschilds | February 16, 2018

JONES V. MERCY MEDICAL, A CORPORATION (2012) Title VII, Sexual Harassment, Same Sex Harassment, Family and Medical Leave Act, and Retaliation Amicable Resolution for single Plaintiff upon the eve of trial of claims of unlawful sexual harassment (same sex) by the Plaintiff’s supervisor, violations of the Family and Medical Leave Act, and retaliatory discipline and termination in response to the […]

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Place v. Pilgrim’s Pride, Corporation, et al. (2013)

By wigginschilds | February 16, 2018

PLACE V. PILGRIM’S PRIDE, CORPORATION, ET AL. (2013) Title VII, Sexual Harassment, Sex Discrimination, Racial Harassment, Retaliation, Negligence, Assault and Battery, Invasion of Privacy, and Outrage Amicable Resolution for single Plaintiff alleging acts of unlawful sexual harassment and assault and battery by her supervisor and co-workers, acts of racial harassment by co-workers, acts of sex discrimination and retaliation for her […]

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Kurtts v. Chiropractic Strategies Group, Inc., d/b/a Bayside Spine and Rehab (2013)

By wigginschilds | February 16, 2018

KURTTS V. CHIROPRACTIC STRATEGIES GROUP, INC., D/B/A BAYSIDE SPINE AND REHAB (2013) Title VII, Sexual Harassment and Retaliation Amicable resolution for single Plaintiff upon the eve of trial of claims of sexual harassment by the Plaintiff’s supervisor and retaliatory termination in reaction to her complaint of harassment.  (Learn More. . . ) Represented by Temple D. Trueblood and Henry Brewster. Contact Us

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Battles v. Russell County Sheriff, et al. (2014)

By wigginschilds | February 16, 2018

BATTLES V. RUSSELL COUNTY SHERIFF, ET AL. (2014) Title VII, 42 U.S.C. 1981, The Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment, Racial Harassment, Racial Discrimination, Reverse Race Discrimination, Sexual Harassment Amicable resolution for single Plaintiff alleging acts of reverse race harassment, reverse race discrimination, sexual harassment by a co-worker, and unlawful retaliation in response to Plaintiff’s complaints of the harassment […]

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