LEWIS OPERATING CORP.
ATTENTION ALL MAINTENANCE EMPLOYEES
In 2014, Plaintiff Ian Alvardo (“Plaintiff”) sued Lewis Operating Corp. (now Lewis Management Corp.) (“Lewis”) for their failure to pay its maintenance personnel for the time maintenance workers spent on the telephone on behalf of Lewis during the time they were required by Lewis to be “on-call."
Recently, Arbitrator Sara Adler, ruled that Plaintiff was entitled to compensation for his time spent on the telephone on behalf of Lewis no matter how brief.
Therefore, Lewis has violated California Law.
This means that you may be entitled to payment for the time you spent on the telephone while "on-call" on behalf of Lewis.
Clark Law Group is currently collecting information on the experience of other maintenance employees who had similar experiences to assist our office in preparing for trial.
If you would like to share your experience us:
Did you work as a Maintenance Employee for Lewis anytime between March 4, 2013 to the present?
Were you required to be on "stand-by"
Did you receive or make calls while on
"stand-by" for your job?
IF SO, YOU MAY BE ENTITLED TO COMPENSATION
HELP US, HELP YOU
Share your experience
THE INFORMATION YOU PROVIDE IS COMPLETELY CONFIDENTIAL, AND WILL NOT BE SHARED WITH YOUR EMPLOYER.
Clark Law Group
Our law firm is located in San Diego, California. We represent the named Plaintiff, Ian Alvarado, in this lawsuit. We also represent all aggrieved employees, which may include you.
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