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IPA-Consultant-Overtime-Litigation

Business Consultants File Case Against International Services, Inc. (IPA) Claiming Unpaid Wages and Overtime Pay

Lear Werts LLP has filed a lawsuit against International Services, Inc. and its related entities which include International Profit Associates, IPA, ROI – North America, GPS USA, Integrated Business Analysis, and IBA USA. Plaintiffs are seeking unpaid wages and overtime resulting from the defendant's improper pay policies for its senior business consultants, which are also referred to as "SBCs".

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DirecTV-Installer-Litigation

DirecTV Installer Wage & Hour Litigation

Lear Werts LLP and our co-counsel Stueve Siegel Hanson LLP filed a lawsuit on March 2, 2010 against DirecTV, Inc., DirecTV Home Services, Inc., and AeroSat USA, LLC seeking unpaid wages and overtime resulting from the defendants’ piece rate payment policies.

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Labor-Commission-Appeals

Missouri LIRC Applications to Review Award on Final Hearing explained

Once you have completed the hearing process and have received an award, you have the right to file an application for review with the Labor and Industrial Relations Commission. Our attorneys have extensive experience handling appeals to the Commission ...

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Auditors-and-Accountants

Auditors and Accountants are Commonly Denied Overtime

A common misconception is that "salaried" employees are not entitled to overtime compensation (time and a half) when the employee works more than 40 hours in a workweek.

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HR-Block

Tax Professionals Sue H&R Block For Failure to Pay Wages for Mandatory Training

Lear Werts LLP and our co-counsel Stueve Siegel Hanson LLP filed a lawsuit on January 25, 2010 against H&R Block seeking to remedy the company-wide policy of not paying its tax professionals for the required 24 hours of training after the completion of a tax season to be eligible to prepare tax returns for H&R Block clients during the next tax season.

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Missouri Employee Whistleblower Protection | Columbia MO Law Firm

Missouri law protects employees who "blow the whistle" against their employers

Missouri employers are generally not allowed to terminate employees for reporting violations of law. This article explains ...

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Disability Employment Discrimination

Call 312-508-5838 to speak with a disability discrimination lawyer.

If you have been treated badly at your job (or at a potential job) because you are disabled, you may have been subjected to disability discrimination...

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Trash Truck Drivers

Trash truck drivers and workers are frequently denied overtime compensation

In the garbage and sanitation industry it is common for employers to pay their drivers, helpers, and loaders based on an hourly wage but not pay them time-and-a-half for when they work more than 40 hours in a week. Additionally, many of these companies pay certain...

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Returning Service Members

Returning Service Members

As Reservists and National Guard return after leaving their home and jobs to protect our nation, they need to know that jobs will be available. The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Right Act (USERRA) provides special protection for returning service members...

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Retaliation

Retaliation

Provisions in state and federal employment and labor laws protect employees from employer retaliation in the following situations...

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Consumer Reports

What is the Fair Credit Reporting Act?

What is the Fair Credit Reporting Act? The Fair Credit Reporting Act (often referred to as the "FRCA") is a federal consumer protection law that regulates the production and distribution of consumer reports. Despite its name, the FCRA does not apply solely to credit reports.

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Denied Insurance Claims

Denied Insurance Claims

The Missouri vexatious refusal to pay statute is a consumer protection law that is designed to prohibit abusive insurance practices. The law applies to what are known as first-party insurance contracts. That is to say, the law only covers claims made against your own insurance.

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