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  • 401(K) Mismanagement: How to Recognize the Signs

    Each year, millions of hard-working employees invest billions of dollars in their employer’s 401(k) plans because they trust their employer to provide a best of class plan. Often, however, the employer’s endeavors are tainted by a failure of effort, competence and/or loyalty.  Employees’ hard-earned retirement savings are exposed unnecessarily to wasted fees and poor investment […] The post 401(K)...

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  • Men Can Be the Victims of Sexual Harassment Too

    On February 15, 2017, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) filed a lawsuit against Hidden Hawaii Tours alleging that the President of the company engaged in a pattern of sexually harassing his young employees. Unfortunately, that’s not an uncommon scenario. The difference in this case is that the victims were men. According to the EEOC […] The post Men Can Be the Victims of Sexual Ha...

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  • Sanford Heisler, LLP Files Amended Complaint and Expands $50 Million Class Action Against MetLife for Failing to Pay Overtime

    For information: Jamie Moss, 201-493-1027, Jamie@newspros.com NEW YORK, March 2, 2017 — Today, Sanford Heisler, LLP filed a $50 million amended complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on behalf of Plaintiffs Debra Julian and Stephanie McKinney, against MetLife, Inc., the nation’s largest insurance company, and two of its […] The post Sanford Heisler, LLP Files Am...

  • 3rd Former Partner Files Suit Against Chadbourne Over Unequal Pay

    As it appeared on Above the Law By KATHRYN RUBINO They say three is a trend… Chadbourne & Parke, soon to be merged with and take the name of Norton Rose Fulbright, has been dealing with a a gender bias suit since last August. That’s when Kerrie Campbell, a former partner at the Biglaw shop, […] The post 3rd Former Partner Files Suit Against Chadbourne Over Unequal Pay appeared first on Sanford Hei...

  • 35-Year Chadbourne Veteran Joins Pay Discrimination Suit

    As it appeared on Law360 By Aebra Coe Law360, New York (March 1, 2017, 1:47 PM EST) — The former product liability chair of Chadbourne & Parke LLP, a 35-year veteran of the law firm, has added her name to the $100 million proposed discrimination class action filed on behalf of female partners who say […] The post 35-Year Chadbourne Veteran Joins Pay Discrimination Suit appeared first on Sanford He...

  • Third Partner Wants to Sue Chadbourne for Gender Bias

    As it appeared on Bloomberg Big Law Business Gabe Friedman Mary Yelenick, the onetime chair of Chadbourne & Parke’s products liability group, has asked to join two other women suing Chadbourne for gender discrimination, according to papers filed in federal court in Manhattan on Monday evening. Yelenick is listed as of counsel on Chadbourne’s website, but was […] The post Third Partner Wants to Sue...

  • Another Ex-Partner Targets Chadbourne in Sex Bias Case

    As it appeared on the New York Law Journal Brian Baxter, New York Law Journal As it prepares to combine with Norton Rose Fulbright, Chadbourne & Parke is suddenly grappling with a third accuser in a $100 million gender discrimination case that has been hanging over the firm since last year. Mary Yelenick, a former chair […] The post Another Ex-Partner Targets Chadbourne in Sex Bias Case appeared f...

  • EEOC Certifies Class In US Marshals Race Bias Saga

    As it appeared on Law360 By Braden Campbell Law360, New York (February 27, 2017, 8:13 PM EST) — A judge with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on Friday certified a class of hundreds of black workers in a long-running suit alleging the U.S. Marshals Service systematically discriminates against black employees. EEOC Administrative Judge Sharon […] The post EEOC Certifies Class In US ...

  • Sanford Heisler’s Race Discrimination Class Action Against the U.S. Marshals Service Advances Closer to Trial

    Class Certification from 1994 to Present; Class Definition Expanded February 27, 2017 – Washington, D.C. –The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) affirmed class action status in Fogg v. Department of Justice (DOJ), a long-running race discrimination class action lawsuit brought by Sanford Heisler, LLP which represents African American U.S. marshals and detention enforcement officer...

  • Sanford Heisler’s Race Discrimination Class Action Against The U.S. Marshals Service Advances Closer To Trial

    As it appeared on Yahoo Finance WASHINGTON, Feb. 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — On Friday February 24, 2017, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Administrative Judge Sharon E. Debbage Alexander granted Sanford Heisler’s motion to amend the complaint in Fogg v. Department of Justice. The EEOC also affirmed the expanded class definition and authorized a discovery period extension. […] The post S...

  • Sanford Heisler’s Race Discrimination Class Action Against The U.S. Marshals Service Advances Closer To Trial

    As it appeared on PRNewswire WASHINGTON, Feb. 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — On Friday February 24, 2017, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Administrative Judge Sharon E. Debbage Alexander granted Sanford Heisler’s motion to amend the complaint in Fogg v. Department of Justice. The EEOC also affirmed the expanded class definition and authorized a discovery period extension. Based […] The pos...

  • Sanford Heisler Helps Protect Incarcerated Youth in Syracuse Justice Center Jail

    U.S. District Judge Orders Jail to Stop Solitary Confinement, Requires Delivery of Educational Services & Provides Class Certification for Young Plaintiffs February 27, 2017, Syracuse, NY — Ongoing collaboration between lawyers at the New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU), Legal Services of Central New York (LSCNY) and Sanford Heisler LLP today resulted in a significant […] The post Sanford Heisl...

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  • Oracle ‘systematically stiffed its salesforce’ claims new sueball

    As it appeared on the Register Big Red ‘categorically denies’ former worker’s claims it re-writes commission rules and puts sales people in ‘debt’ Simon Sharwood Updated: A new lawsuit filed by a former Oracle employee alleges the software giant “has systematically stiffed its sales force of earned commission wages for many years, by scrapping contractual […] The post Oracle ‘systematically stiffe...

  • Oracle Faces $150,000,000 Lawsuit By Former Worker

    As it appeared on the San Francisco Patch The lawsuit, over commissions, seeks class action status. By California Patch (Patch Staff) SAN FRANCISCO, CA — A former Oracle America Inc. salesperson sued the business software giant in federal court in San Francisco Tuesday, alleging that it illegally reduces employees’ sales commissions retroactively. The lawsuit by […] The post Oracle Faces $150,000,...

  • Oracle faces $150m lawsuit over ‘clawed back’ sales commissions

    As it appeared on Global Legal Post By Kathryn Higgins A former employee claims that Oracle ‘has systematically stiffed its sales force of earned commission wages by axing employees’ commission plans once they start to yield strong results. The lawsuit, lodged with the US District Court in San Francisco, alleges that the company ‘re-plans’ its […] The post Oracle faces $150m lawsuit over ‘clawed b...

  • Oracle Hit With $150M Class Action by Sales Staff

    As it appeared on Courthouse New Service MATTHEW RENDA SAN FRANCISCO (CN) – A former sales representative for Oracle brought a class action against the technology giant saying it rigged commission formulas to depress employee compensation and increase its own profits. Marcella Johnson, a former saleswoman at the company, sued Oracle in federal court on […] The post Oracle Hit With $150M Class Acti...

  • Oracle ‘stiffed’ sales staff by clawing back pay, $150 million lawsuit claims

    As it appeared on the Mercury News REDWOOD CITY — Salespeople at Oracle earned commissions but then had to pay money back under threat of legal action after the firm retroactively lowered their compensation, a $150 million lawsuit filed Tuesday claimed. Marcella Johnson of Modesto, who sold software for the Bay Area tech giant for […] The post Oracle ‘stiffed’ sales staff by clawing back pay, $150...

  • Oracle Hit With $150M Suit Over Retroactive Commission Cuts

    As it appeared on Law360 By Bonnie Eslinger Law360, New York (February 14, 2017, 7:02 PM EST) — Oracle America Inc. was slapped Tuesday with a $150 million putative class action in California federal court alleging the computer technology giant stiffs its salesforce of earned wages by retroactively changing contracts to reduce commissions on past […] The post Oracle Hit With $150M Suit Over Retroa...

  • Oracle Sued for $150 Million for Lost Commissions

    As it appeared on Silicon Valley Daily SAN FRANCISCO — Sanford Heisler, LLP, along with co-counsel from Kastner Kim LLP, have filed a class action lawsuit in U.S. District Court in San Francisco against Redwood City-based Oracle, alleging that the Silicon Valley giant has stiffed its sales employees of millions in earned commission wages by […] The post Oracle Sued for $150 Million for Lost Commis...

  • Oracle faces lawsuit over sales commissions

    As it appeared on the San Francisco Chronicle By Bob Egelko, San Francisco Chronicle Lawyers for a former Oracle America saleswoman accused the Silicon Valley technology giant Tuesday of cheating employees out of millions of dollars by retroactively cutting their sales commission rates, and then deducting the difference from their paychecks, in order to boost […] The post Oracle faces lawsuit over...

  • Class-action suit claims Oracle stiffed salespeople out of commissions

    As it appeared on the Silicon Valley Business Journal Gina Hall Contributor A $150 million class action lawsuit filed against Oracle Corp. on Tuesday claims the tech giant bilked sales employees of millions of dollars in earned commission wages. The complaint, which was filed in U.S. District Court in San Francisco, alleged that Oracle (Nasdaq: […] The post Class-action suit claims Oracle stiffed ...

  • Oracle Hit with $150 Million Class Action Over Lost Commissions

    As it appeared on Yahoo Finance SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 14, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Sanford Heisler, LLP, along with co-counsel from Kastner Kim LLP, filed a class action complaint in U.S. District Court in San Francisco against Redwood City-based Oracle, alleging that the Silicon Valley giant has stiffed its sales employees of millions in earned commission […] The post Oracle Hit with $150 Million Class ...

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  • Lawsuit: MetLife failed to pay workers $50M in overtime

    As it appeared on the Associated Press HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A lawsuit alleges MetLife Inc. failed to pay $50 million in overtime to claim specialists across the country for the past three years. The complaint was filed Tuesday in federal court in Hartford, Connecticut, by former claim specialist Stephanie McKinney, of Charleston, South Carolina. […] The post Lawsuit: MetLife failed to pay worker...

  • Ex-CT MetLife worker leads $50M class-action complaint

    As it appeared on the Hartford Business Journal PATRICIA DADDONA A MetLife worker previously based in Bloomfield is suing the New York city-based insurer in a $50 million class action lawsuit, alleging the company owes workers for improperly denying them overtime pay. Lead plaintiff Stephanie McKinney, who now lives in Charleston, S.C., worked for MetLife […] The post Ex-CT MetLife worker leads $5...

  • Sanford Heisler, LLP Files $50 Million Nationwide Class Action Lawsuit Against MetLife For Failing To Pay Overtime

    As it appeared on PR Newswire NEW YORK, Feb. 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — MetLife, Inc., the nation’s largest insurance company, knowingly failed to pay their employees over $50 million over the last three years. That’s the allegation at the heart of a nationwide class action lawsuit filed today in the U.S. District Court for the […] The post Sanford Heisler, LLP Files $50 Million Nationwide Class Actio...

  • Former claim specialist hits MetLife with $50 mln overtime class action

    As it appeared on Reuters/Westlaw Practitioner Insights By Robert Iafolla A former MetLife Inc employee filed a proposed class action on Tuesday claiming the Manhattan-based insurance giant failed to pay its long term disability claim specialists more than $50 million for overtime during the past three years. MetLife had paid those claim specialists overtime, but […] The post Former claim speciali...

  • MetLife faces $50 million class action suit

    As it appeared on Insurance Business by Allie Sanchez Major insurer MetLife is facing a class action suit filed by claim specialists who worked on long term disability insurance claims. They are petitioning for back pay of their overtime hours over the past three years. The suit was filed on behalf of the claims specialists […] The post MetLife faces $50 million class action suit appeared first on...

  • MetLife faces ‘wage and hour’ suit from claims staff

    As it appeared on BusinessInsurance.com Rob Lenihan MetLife Inc. faces a $50 million lawsuit alleging that the insurer wrong reclassified the job of long-term disability claims specialists and stopped paying them overtime. According to a suit filed in U.S. District court in Connecticut on Tuesday, the New York-based insurer reclassified the LTD claims specialists in […] The post MetLife faces ‘wag...

  • Lawsuit: MetLife Failed to Pay Workers $50M In Overtime

    As it appeared on NBC Connecticut A lawsuit alleges MetLife Inc. failed to pay $50 million in overtime to claim specialists across the country for the past three years. The complaint was filed Tuesday in federal court in Hartford, Connecticut, by former claim specialist Stephanie McKinney, of Charleston, South Carolina, who previously worked at the […] The post Lawsuit: MetLife Failed to Pay Worke...

  • MetLife Hit With $50M Class Action Alleging Unpaid Overtime

    As it appeared on Connecticut Law Tribune GREG LAND, The Connecticut Law Tribune A putative class action filed Tuesday in federal court in Connecticut accuses MetLife and two of the insurer’s subsidiaries of withholding more than $50 million in earned overtime pay from claims specialists since 2013. The suit, filed on behalf of a former […] The post MetLife Hit With $50M Class Action Alleging Unpa...

  • Lawsuit: MetLife Failed to Pay Workers $50M in Overtime

    As it appeared on ABC News By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HARTFORD, Conn. — Feb 7, 2017, 10:47 AM ET A lawsuit alleges MetLife Inc. failed to pay $50 million in overtime to claim specialists across the country for the past three years. The complaint was filed Tuesday in federal court in Hartford, Connecticut, by former […] The post Lawsuit: MetLife Failed to Pay Workers $50M in Overtime appeared first on...

  • Charleston resident files class-action overtime suit against MetLife

    As it appeared on The Post and Courier By John McDermott jmcdermott@postandcourier.com A Charleston resident who worked for MetLife in Connecticut is suing the insurance giant, alleging it failed to pay at least $50 million in overtime to certain administrative workers across the country over the past three years. Stephanie McKinney’s complaint was filed in […] The post Charleston resident files c...

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  • After Trump order, volunteer lawyers descend on big airports

    As it appeared in the Associated Press By JENNIFER PELTZ and FRANK ELTMAN Jan. 31, 2017 7:05 PM EST NEW YORK (AP) — It had been a few years since attorney Roman Zelichenko left immigration law for a career in finance, and longer still since he pulled an all-nighter. But after President Donald Trump issued […] The post After Trump order, volunteer lawyers descend on big airports appeared first on S...

  • Nashville Federal Judge Resigns, Headed To Private Firm

    As it appeared on Law360 By Bonnie Eslinger Law360, Los Angeles (January 26, 2017, 11:13 PM EST) — The chief federal judge in Nashville is leaving the bench to join a civil rights and public interest law firm, leaving President Donald Trump with a second a Tennessee federal judgeship to appoint. Chief U.S. District Judge […] The post Nashville Federal Judge Resigns, Headed To Private Firm appeared...

  • Sharp to launch office for employment/public interest firm

    As it appeared on the Nashville Post Chief federal judge will leave bench in April AUTHORS Staff Reports When he retires from the federal judiciary in less than three months, Chief District Judge Kevin Sharp will set up a Nashville office for an employment and public interest law firm that has two offices on each […] The post Sharp to launch office for employment/public interest firm appeared firs...

  • Middle Tennessee’s Chief Federal Judge to Leave Bench; President Trump Has 2 Spots to Fill

    As it appeared in Nashville Patch U.S. District Court Judge Kevin Sharp is returning to private practice after six years on the bench. By J.R. Lind (Patch Staff) NASHVILLE, TN — Just six years into his lifetime appointment, U.S. District Court Judge Kevin Sharp is leaving the bench and returning to private practice, opening up […] The post Middle Tennessee’s Chief Federal Judge to Leave Bench; Pre...

  • Kevin Sharp’s departure gives Trump chance to reshape Nashville court

    As it appeared on the Tennessean Stacey Barchenger, USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee The chief federal judge in Nashville will resign in April, curtailing the lifetime appointment after just six years and giving President Donald Trump an opportunity to change the tenor of the court. Chief U.S. District Judge Kevin H. Sharp sent his resignation […] The post Kevin Sharp’s departure gives Trump chance t...

  • Employment Group Of The Year: Sanford Heisler

    As it appeared on Law360 Download the article here By Kevin Penton Law360, New York (January 25, 2017, 2:27 PM EST) — Sanford Heisler LLP in 2016 secured more than $3 million under a Title IX suit for the retaliatory termination of a female college basketball coach and struck a $19.5 million settlement with Qualcomm […] The post Employment Group Of The Year: Sanford Heisler appeared first on Sanfo...

  • Supreme Court to Rule on Class-Action Waivers

    As it appeared on Society for Human Resource Management By Allen Smith, J.D Nonunion and union employers alike will be affected by three cases the U.S. Supreme Court announced on Jan. 13 that it will review to determine whether class-action waivers in arbitration agreements are lawful. Nonunion employees bring the vast majority of challenges of […] The post Supreme Court to Rule on Class-Action Wa...

  • 9th Justice Will Loom Over Class Waiver Case

    As it appeared on Law360 By Vin Gurrieri Law360, New York (January 17, 2017, 10:38 PM EST) — With the U.S. Supreme Court set to consider whether businesses can force employees to waive the right to collectively pursue employment-related claims, attorneys say the outcome could hinge on the person President-elect Donald Trump chooses to fill […] The post 9th Justice Will Loom Over Class Waiver Case ...

  • Partner Reloads in $200M Sedgwick Sex Bias Case

    As it appeared in The American Lawyer Scott Flaherty, The Recorder A female Sedgwick partner alleging gender bias against the firm has beefed up her claims, adding a bid for $200 million in damages and an updated legal team led by David Sanford of the class action firm Sanford Heisler. Traci Ribeiro, a nonequity insurance […] The post Partner Reloads in $200M Sedgwick Sex Bias Case appeared first ...

  • Chadbourne Foe to Represent Attorney Suing Sedgwick

    As it appeared on Bloomberg BNA David Sanford, the employment attorney leading the charge in an ongoing equal pay class-action against Chadbourne & Parke, has become lead counsel on a gender discrimination suit against another law firm, Sedgwick, and he’s upping the stakes. In a new complaint filed Wednesday, Sanford alleged Chicago-based Sedgwick partner Traci […] The post Chadbourne Foe to Repre...

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  • Burns lawsuit vs SDSU headed to jury

    As it appeared in the San Diego Union-Tribune By Mark Zeigler Midway through the wrongful termination trial of Beth Burns, the women’s basketball coach fired by San Diego State in 2013 following a record 27-win season, Judge John Meyer was discussing legal particulars of the case with attorneys after the jury had been dismissed for the […] The post Burns lawsuit vs SDSU headed to jury appeared fir...

  • DOL OT Rule Hard To Nix, But Automatic Increases May Fall

    As it appeared on Law360 By Matthew Bultman Law360, New York (September 21, 2016, 9:17 PM EDT) — States and business groups face an uphill battle in their efforts to block a U.S. Department of Labor regulation that would raise the minimum salary threshold for workers to qualify for overtime pay, though some experts believe they might have […] The post DOL OT Rule Hard To Nix, But Automatic Increas...

  • EXCLUSIVE: ‘Horny’ Columbia professor fights sex charge after accuser sent him insulting anti-wrinkle creams

    As it appeared on the New York Daily News By VICTORIA BEKIEMPIS Here’s an accusation with a few wrinkles to it. A Columbia University professor accused of hitting on a subordinate claims she was the one who insulted him — going as far as giving him “face creams together with hand-written instructions on how to […] The post EXCLUSIVE: ‘Horny’ Columbia professor fights sex charge after accuser sent ...

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  • New York Daily News, September 17, 2016 – ‘Horny’ Columbia University professor fights sex charge

    As it appeared in the New York Daily News By VICTORIA BEKIEMPIS Here’s an accusation with a few wrinkles to it. A Columbia University professor accused of hitting on a subordinate claims she was the one who insulted him — going as far as giving him “face creams together with hand-written instructions on how to [...] The post New York Daily News, September 17, 2016 – ‘Horny’ Columbia University pro...

  • Above the Law, September 15, 2016 – Chadbourne Class Action Lawsuit Gets Juicy AF — Lawyer Fires Back Against Criticism

    As it appeared on Above the Law By Kathryn Rubino Kerrie Campbell There have been a lot of recent lawsuits filed by women partners at Biglaw firms alleging gender discrimination. But none have been as intriguing as the purported class action lawsuit filed against Chadbourne & Parke. The allegations in the complaint are juicy, natch, [...] The post Above the Law, September 15, 2016 – Chadbourne Cla...

  • Law.com, September 15, 2016 – Lawyer in Chadbourne Gender-Bias Case Fires Back

    As it appeared on Law.com BY VIVIA CHEN, THE CAREERIST Just as I had predicted, the Chadbourne & Parke gender discrimination case isn’t quieting down. A few days ago, I reported on how 14 female partners at Chadbourne publicly chided David Sanford for bringing a class action for gender discrimination. (Sanford is representing Chadbourne partner [...] The post Law.com, September 15, 2016 – Lawyer i...

  • Law360, September 15, 2016 – Atty Hits Back After Chadbourne Female Partners Assail Suit

    As it appeared on Law360 By Kat Greene Law360, Los Angeles (September 15, 2016, 9:09 PM EDT) — Plaintiffs’ attorney David Sanford told the female Chadbourne & Parke LLP partners who’d disavowed a $100 million proposed gender discrimination class action against the firm in a letter earlier this week that other lawyers at the firm had [...] The post Law360, September 15, 2016 – Atty Hits Back After ...

  • Bloomberg Big Law, September 15, 2016 – It’s Letter v. Letter in the Chadbourne Gender Bias Case

    As it appeared on Bloomberg Big Law Two weeks have passed since Chadbourne & Parke partner Kerrie Campbell filed a class-action that accuses her firm of gender discrimination, and yet the suit continues to rear its head in the news cycle. On Thursday, Campbell’s lawyer David Sanford released a letter he penned in response to a letter that [...] The post Bloomberg Big Law, September 15, 2016 – It’s...

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  • Law.com, September 13, 2016 – Female Partners at Chadbourne: We’re Not Victims

    As it appeared on Law.com By Vivia Chen, The Careerist Published: Sep 13, 2016 The gender discrimination suit against Chadbourne & Park is getting hotter. Now it looks like the other female partners at the firm are ganging up on Kerrie Campbell, the woman who’s suing the firm. I hate to say it, but it’s beginning to look [...] The post Law.com, September 13, 2016 – Female Partners at Chadbourne: W...

  • Law.com, September 13, 2016 – Should Big Law Be Afraid of David Sanford?

    As it appeared on Law.com By Vivia Chen David Sanford, the Sanford Heisler name partner who made his name lobbing bias lawsuits at Fortune 500 companies, invited me to his office in midtown Manhattan last week for a little chat. We were 10 minutes into our conversation about his latest client, Kerrie Campbell, the Chadbourne [...] The post Law.com, September 13, 2016 – Should Big Law Be Afraid of ...

  • Law360, September 13, 2016 – NLRB Sees Opportunity For Class-Waiver Win At High Court

    As it appeared on Law360 By Matthew Bultman Law360, New York (September 13, 2016, 11:24 PM EDT) — The timing of the National Labor Relations Board‘s request for the U.S. Supreme Court to review whether class action waivers in arbitration agreements are enforceable appears designed to capitalize on the high court’s current composition and recent [...] The post Law360, September 13, 2016 – NLRB Sees...

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