PHILADELPHIA – Senior Judge Michael Baylson of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania granted the U.S. Department of Labor's request for liquidated damages in a case regarding violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act allegedly committed by some Pennsylvania Japanese restaurants, according to a July 12 opinion.
U.S. Department of Labor News
PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia limited liability company engaged in the commercial linen business is alleged to have failed to pay employees overtime wages.
PHILADELPHIA – Several companies engaged in the nonemergency medical and school transport and a uniform maker are alleged to have failed to pay employees a minimum wage.
SCRANTON — The U.S. Department of Labor is suing Alexander's Salon & Spa, Alexander's in the Woods and owner Sherrilyn Tarapchak, alleging the employer failed to pay employees adequate wages.
PHILADELPHIA — The United States Secretary of Labor is bringing suit against PPS Preservation Inc. and owner Nick Potochnick, alleging the defendants underpaid employees.
PHILADELPHIA — The U.S. Department of Labor is bringing suit against Jack Frost Construction Inc. and owner Billy J. Sallurday, citing alleged unpaid wages and violation of Workers' Compensation acts.
Labor Department brings suit against Bartash Printing, owners for paying allegedly inadequate overtime
PHILADELPHIA — The U.S. Department of Labor is suing a printing company and its owners, citing alleged unpaid wages and violation of applicable minimum wage law for failing to pay adequate overtime.
PHILADELPHIA — The U.S. Department of Labor has brought suit against Exeter Family Restaurant and Michael J. Nanouh, citing alleged unpaid wages and violation of Workers' Compensation acts.
The U.S. Department of Labor is suing Robert Gaudin, individually and as CEO of Holland Acquisitions Inc., citing alleged unpaid wages and violation of workers compensation acts.
PHILADELPHIA — The U.S. Department of Labor is bringing a lawsuit against the Osaka restaurant in Lansdale and its operators, citing alleged unpaid wages and violation of minimum wage law.
PHILADELPHIA — The U.S Labor Department is suing a Philadelphia restaurant, citing alleged breach of contract, unpaid wages and violation of Workers' Compensation acts.
ERIE – What happens when the Department of Labor sues a defunct wind turbine company on behalf of employees whose retirement funds have allegedly disappeared? If you’re the trustee for the plan, you may be personally responsible for putting the money back.
The U.S. Department of Labor has initiated legal action against a Coraopolis appliance parts supplier, alleging it violated the Employment Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) by abandoning its 401(k) plan after closing operations.
JOHNSTOWN – A defunct Meyersdale company has violated the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), per an investigation conducted and subsequent complaint filed by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).
PHILADELPHIA – A federal judge denied respective motions for summary judgment from both a plaintiff group of Philadelphia firefighters and the defendant City of Philadelphia, in a case of overtime payments allegedly not paid to those same firefighters under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
PHILADELPHIA – A woman has sued her ex-employer, a colon and rectal surgeon, for damages she claims she suffered as a result of her former boss allegedly violating the Fair Labor Standards Act, specifically wrongful termination, discrimination and retaliation.
PHILADELPHIA — The secretary of the U.S. Department of Labor is suing a company for allegedly violating OSHA laws and wrongfully terminating employees.
A former Wayne company is being sued by the U.S. Department of Labor for allegedly not paying proper benefits before closing its doors.
The U.S. Department of Labor has filed a lawsuit against a Washington County company for allegedly misclassifying some of its employees and then refusing to pay them for overtime hours worked.
A motion to dismiss filed on behalf of U.S. Immigration Services and the Department of Justice regarding the non-issuance of an immigrant visa for lack of subject matter jurisdiction was denied in federal court on June 10