On September 2, 2015, a previous workover culminations advisor documented a claim in the Western Locale Court of Oklahoma looking for extra minutes pay from for SandRidge Vitality, Inc. (\”SandRidge\”). He brought the case for benefit himself of all other likewise arranged laborers across the country who were paid a day rate and no extra additional time premium. Offended party\’s dissension claims that SandRidge unlawfully characterized these specialists as self employed entities, and neglected to pay them an extra minutes premium infringing upon the Reasonable Work Models Act. The claim looks for extra time premiums, in addition to twofold harms.
SandRidge is an oil and normal gas organization, with its key concentrate on investigation and creation exercises in the Mid-Mainland district of the Assembled States. SandRidge and its backups likewise possess and work gas assembling and handling offices, saltwater transfer, and electrical framework offices. Sandridge claims more 1.85 million sections of land of leasehold and keeps up 11,000 penetrating areas in northern Oklahoma and southern Kansas.
Offended party\’s lawyer Michele Fisher expressed, \”SandRidge applied huge control over these laborers and requested they work extended periods in the field for a considerable length of time at once. By misclassifying them as self employed entities, Sandridge denied them extra time premiums and different advantages and insurances representatives ought to get. Through this claim, we try to get them paid the additional time premiums gave by law.\”
Offended parties are spoken to by Michele R. Fisher and Alex M. Baggio from Nichols Kaster, PLLP in Minneapolis, Minnesota and Leah Roper and Check Hammons from Hammons, Gowens, Hurst & Partners, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
The case is entitled, Peck et al. v. SandRidge Vitality, Inc.. Case No 5:15-cv-00950 (Western Region of Oklahoma).
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