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Wage and Hour Attorneys

Weinhaus & Potashnick is dedicated to fighting for employees’ rights, including minimum wage and overtime pay violations by large employers. Our attorneys have 70 years of combined experience. We possess a record of success and a dedicated work ethic. We are easily accessible and responsive to our clients. With our network of employee-friendly attorneys, we can litigate anywhere in the continental United States with no additional cost to you. Large companies and law firms do not intimidate us. Contingent fees are available.

We represent employees in claims for unpaid minimum wages and overtime. Federal and state law guarantees you the right to fair wages. Unfortunately, employers too often disregard their legal duty to provide you the compensation you deserve. That is when we roll up our sleeves and go to work for you!

Using our strategic alliances with other “employee friendly” law firms, we are ready and willing to undertake large and complex class action litigation on a contingent fee basis anywhere in the continental United States. At the same time, we are accessible to our clients. Feel free to call Mark Potashnick at (314) 997-9150 for a free telephone consultation.

 
Our pending efforts include  
 

Our pending efforts include

Collective and class action litigation against Charter Communications for failure to pay call center employees for time spent turning on computers, accessing programs and applications, and shutting down programs and computers. Davenport v. Charter Communications, Case No. 4:12CV00007 (AGF) (E.D. Mo.).

Collective and class action litigation against Convergys Corporation for failure to pay call center employees for time spent turning on computers, accessing programs and applications, and shutting down programs and computers. Grant v. Convergys Corp., Case No. 4:12CV00496 (CEJ) (E.D. Mo.).

Collective and class action litigation against U.S. Auto Protection for failure to pay overtime wages to commissioned inside salespersons. Rikard v. U.S. Auto Protection, et al., Case No. 4:11-CV-01580 (NAB) (E.D. Mo.).

Multi-plaintiff litigation against Amsted Rail Co., manufacturer of steel components for the railroad, vehicular and construction markets, for failure to pay for pre-shift and post-shift work including preparation of tools and equipment. Marshall & Whitby, et al. v. Amsted Rail Co., Case No. 3:10CV00011-MJR-CJP (S.D. Ill.).

Collective and class action litigation against Papa John’s for paying delivery drivers net wages below minimum wage due to unreimbursed automobile expenses (hourly wage – unreimbursed car expenses = net wages below minimum wage). Perrin v. Papa John’s International, Inc., et al., Case No. 4:09-CV-01335 (AGF) (E.D. Mo. 2009).

Collective and class action litigation against Pizza Hut for paying delivery drivers net wages below minimum wage due to unreimbursed automobile expenses (hourly wage – unreimbursed car expenses = net wages below minimum wage). Smith v. Pizza Hut, Inc., Case No. 09-cv-1632-CMA-BNB (D. Colo. 2009).

Class action litigation against Domino’s for failing to reimburse its New York employees for the cost of uniform purchases, uniform maintenance and cleaning, and other job expenses and for denying gratuities received from customers to its New York delivery drivers. Bodon, et al. v. Domino’s Pizza, LLC, Case No. 09-CV-2941 (SLT-RLM) (E.D.N.Y. 2009).

Class claim for failure to hire in-store sales representatives / product demonstrators based on age. Boyer v. Mosaic Sales Solutions, EEOC Charge No. 560-2011-00173.

*Past results afford no guarantee of future results. Every case is different and must be judged on its own merits.

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