Federal Court Denies Plaintiffs' Motion to Equitably Toll Statute of Limitations in FLSA Claim

In Dolphus v. Servis One, Inc., No. GLR-16-1075, 2018 BL 277246 (D. Md. Aug. 02, 2018), Plaintiffs filed suit against Servis One, Inc. D/B/A BSI Financial Services (“Servis One”) on behalf of themselves and similarly situated current and… Read More
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Employee's Facebook Post Does Not Qualify as Complaint Under the FLSA

In Trigueros v. New Orleans City, 2018 BL 183305, E.D. La., 17-10960, the Court ruled that the plaintiff employee may not move forward with her claim that she was fired in retaliation for commenting on her lack of overtime pay on Facebook, because… Read More
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Federal Court Allows Parties to Shorten Limitations Periods by Contract

In Bracey v. Lancaster Foods, LLC, No. RDB-17-1826, 2018 BL 112613 (D. Md. Mar. 30, 2018), the Maryland Federal Court reiterated the rule that statutory limitations periods may be shortened by agreement, so long as the limitations period is not unrea… Read More
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Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals Affirms District Court's Denial to Enforce Arbitration Agreements

The Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) adopted a liberal federal policy favoring arbitration agreements.  The FAA recognizes that arbitration is an expeditious way to resolve disputes and conserve judicial resources.  It accordingly requires that courts… Read More
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Federal Court Dismisses Employer's Counterclaims in FLSA Lawsuit

United States Magistrate Judge Stephanie A. Gallagher recently granted an FLSA Plaintiff employee’s Motion to Dismiss Counterclaims filed by his Defendant employer. Detailed excerpts from the Opinion are presented below. Most importantly, the C… Read More
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