On October 30, 2015, a previous welding controller documented a claim in the Southern Region Court of Ohio looking for extra minutes pay from MBF Review Administrations, Inc. (\”MBF\”). He brought the case for the benefit of himself and all other comparably arranged representatives across the nation and an Ohio state class activity in the interest of all qualified Ohio workers who were paid a day rate and no extra additional time premium. Offended party\’s grumbling charges that MBF neglected to pay these workers an additional time premium infringing upon the Reasonable Work Norms Act and Ohio state law. The claim looks for extra minutes premiums in addition to twofold harms.
MBF is an examination administrations organization that provisions review staff to oil and characteristic gas organizations the nation over for use on different tasks. The organization is headquartered in Roswell, New Mexico, and works in various states the nation over, including Ohio.
Offended party\’s lawyer Paul Lukas expressed, \”The law is certain that day rate representatives are qualified for extra remuneration far beyond their day rate pay for additional time hours worked. Through this claim, we try to recoup the extra time pay they ought to have been paid under the law.\”
Offended parties are spoken to by Paul J. Lukas from Nichols Kaster, PLLP in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Bounce DeRose from Barkan Meizlish, LLP in Columbus, Ohio.
The case is entitled, Ganci v. MBF Assessment Administrations, Inc.. Case No 2:15-cv-2959 (Southern Region of Ohio).
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