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U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team Files Lawsuit Under EPA
U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team Files Lawsuit Under EPA

Last month, the players on the U.S. women’s national soccer team filed a lawsuit against the United States Soccer Federation. The lawsuit, which was filled on International Women’s Day, is a combination complaint as a collective action under the Equal Pay Act and as a class ...

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Blog posts in Unpaid Wages

  • Starbucks Off-the-Clock Work Case

    Employers in the state of California have been dealing with lawsuits in recent years over small amounts of time employees spend on minor tasks before ...

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  • How Much Is a Wage or Overtime Case Worth?

    Employers are legally obligated to pay workers their regular pay rate for all of the non-overtime hours they work. If an employee performs overtime ...

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  • Wage & Hour Class-Action Lawsuits

    If your employer does not comply with wage and hour laws, they can potentially end up facing a class-action lawsuit. Even minor mistakes that result ...

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  • Common Reasons Employers Are Sued for Wage Theft

    According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, low-wage workers in California lose $2 billion per year due to wage theft that has been ...

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  • California's Wage & Hour Laws Explained

    In the state of California, the majority of workers, with a few exceptions, have to be paid at least minimum wage. As of January 1, 2018, minimum wage ...

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  • Can I Sue My Employer for Unpaid Wages?

    At Marder Employment Law, we know firsthand that employers are not above cheating their employees out of thousands of dollars. From denying employees ...

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  • What Does At-Will Employment Really Mean?

    Many employers hire their employees “at will.” But what does this language actually mean? In this blog, I explain what at-will employment is and how ...

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  • California's Meal & Rest Period Rules

    In California, employees who are considered non-exempt have a legal right to receive meal breaks and rest periods through the course of their shift. ...

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