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Monthly Archives: January 2021

Forest River Piece Rate Overtime Lawsuit

Piece Rate Overtime Lawsuit Filed Against Forest River RV

By Matthew Coffman |

Overtime lawyers at our firm (along with attorneys at Nilges Draher LLC and Hassler Kondras Miller LLP) have filed an unpaid overtime case for Forest River’s “piece rate” production workers related to its alleged failure to fully and properly compensate piece rate workers on a “bona fide” piece rate system for all of their… Read More »

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Protect Your Rights When It Comes to Background Checks

By Matthew Coffman |

When a business is moving forward with a hire, there are times when they want to run a background check on a possible employee. This can create frustrations for the job candidate, because even if they are qualified for the position there could be mistakes on their credit report, inaccuracies that could impact their… Read More »

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At-Will Employees and Wrongful Termination

By Matthew Coffman |

An at-will employee is a person who can be terminated for any reason, or can leave their job for any reason, that is not illegal or does not break a collective bargaining agreement or written contract. Ohio is an at-will employment state. But, if you are fired from a job for a reason that… Read More »

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Timelines for FLSA Collective Actions

By Matthew Coffman |

A federal law, the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) sets rules for employers. Basic requirements are included in the FLSA, such as employees must be paid at least minimum wage for their work, records of wages need to be recorded appropriately, and all applicable overtime rules are  to be followed. But, even with FLSA… Read More »

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Hopebridge RBT overtime lawsuit

Registered Behavior Technicians Sue Hopebridge for Unpaid Overtime for Unlawful Break Policy and Other Off-the-Clock Work

By Matthew Coffman |

Coffman Legal’s Ohio FLSA Overtime Attorneys filed a Collective and Class Action Lawsuit against Hopebridge, LLC for failing to compensate its hourly, non-exempt registered behavior technicians (“RBTs”) for its companywide unlawful break policy, including that it required RBTs to clock out for all breaks and “meal breaks” regardless of how short. Hopebridge maintained a… Read More »

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