Middle District of Labor Cases

Fair Labor Standards Act Cases, Dockets and Filings

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Whited v. The New Cafe' at Greystone Gardens et al
as 3:2018cv01811
Defendant: The New Cafe' at Greystone Gardens, Dominic Saadi
Plaintiff: Kathleen Whited
Cause Of Action: Violation of Fair Labor Act of 1938
Hockensmith v. Swami Management Corp. et al
as 1:2018cv01766
Defendant: The Colton Motel, Minesh Patel, Prerana Patel and others
Plaintiff: Brenda Hockensmith
Cause Of Action: Violation of Fair Labor Act of 1938
Kobesky v. A to Z Coatings, Inc.
as 3:2018cv01705
Defendant: A to Z Coatings, Inc.
Plaintiff: Scott Kobesky
Cause Of Action: Violation of Fair Labor Act of 1938
Perri v. 536 Spruce Corp et al
as 3:2018cv01650
Defendant: 536 Spruce Corp, Cindy Chu, Jack Chu
Plaintiff: Michael Perri
Cause Of Action: Denial of Overtime Compensation
Acosta v. Shalimar Distributors et al
as 4:2018cv01642
Plaintiff: R. Alexander Acosta
Defendant: TAFS Corporation, Shalimar Distributors, Mohammad Tahir
Cause Of Action: Violation of Fair Labor Act of 1938
Hernandez v. Vesuvio Pizzeria Inc.
as 3:2018cv01521
Plaintiff: Jose Hernandez
Defendant: Vesuvio Pizzeria Inc.
Cause Of Action: Violation of Fair Labor Act of 1938
Sullivan v. Lewisburg Pizza, LLC et al
as 3:2018cv01455
Plaintiff: Michael Sullivan
Defendant: Lewisburg Pizza, LLC, Khushminder Bhullar, John Doe Corp. 1-10 and others
Cause Of Action: Equal Pay Act
Kerper v. Mae-Eitel, Inc.
as 1:2018cv01332
Defendant: Mae-Eitel, Inc.
Plaintiff: John Kerper
Cause Of Action: Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990
Frick v. Spiess et al
as 1:2018cv01260
Plaintiff: John E. Frick
Defendant: George C. Spiess, Chris Norris, Charles Rees Brown
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Kroll v. City of Nanticoke
as 3:2018cv01072
Plaintiff: Kara Kroll
Defendant: City of Nanticoke
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Fair Labor Standards

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