FairLaw Firm Teams Up for Collective Action Lawsuit

The FairLaw Firm recently teamed up with Morgan & Morgan on behalf of Benefits Consultants who worked for Physician United Plan and Florida Marketing Organization. The lawsuit, Smith vs. Physicians United Plan, Inc. and Florida Marketing Organization, Inc., was filed in the Southern District of Florida, Case No. 14-cv-60531-SCOLA. Ms. Smith seeks to assemble a collective… Continue Reading FairLaw Firm Teams Up for Collective Action Lawsuit


Wage Theft in the News Again

Wage Theft was in the news again, this time appearing on WSVN Channel 7 in Miami on Help Me Howard: WSVN-TV – 7NEWS Miam Ft. Lauderdale News, Weather, Deco I think that Howard may have been a little mistaken. The only laws that would allow Melissa to get double her unpaid wages would be either… Continue Reading Wage Theft in the News Again


What Did You Call Me?

Companies will go to great lengths to save money. I have seen many companies who rely on what they call “independent contractors” but who, in reality, are employees. When this happens, companies may have violated overtime laws, minimum wage laws, or both. For instance, delivery drivers who are misclassified (and paid) as independent contractors may… Continue Reading What Did You Call Me?


Get A Free Paycheck Review

What’s Your Paycheck Missing ? It Could Be Your Pay! Paychecks tell a lot about a business. For example, paychecks that fail to contain the number of hours worked, the rate(s) of pay, and the dates covered by the paycheck usually prompt me to investigate the business further to determine not if, but how many… Continue Reading Get A Free Paycheck Review


Here’s A Tip…

Tips are the property of the employee, generally. Servers, bartenders, and others who regularly and customarily receive tips can actually get paid less than minimum wage – $3.02 per hour less than minimum wage to be exact. Payment in this way is called the “tip credit”. But, there are a lot of technicalities involved when… Continue Reading Here’s A Tip…