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Nike Faces Nationwide Wages and Overtime Class Action


San Francisco, CA: A former employee of the San Francisco NikeTown Store has filed a wages and overtime class action complaint against Nike alleging that the sporting goods manufacturer failed to compensate him for overtime, meals and rest breaks as well as any additions shifts he worked.

The employment lawsuit was filed by Webster Proctor, on behalf of himself and behalf of others similarly situated. According to the complaint Proctor was employed by Nike from approximately April 2010 until approximately May 2011. During that time he alleges in the lawsuit that he generally worked four (4) 8-hour shifts per week and was deprived of pay for all the hours he worked, meal and rest breaks, and proper overtime pay.

Specifically, the wages and hour class action lawsuit alleges: failure to compensate employees for all hours worked; failure to pay overtime; failure to provide meal and rest periods; failure to furnish accurate wage statements; failure to maintain employee time records; and unfair competition.

The Lawsuit seeks to represent: "All employees of Defendants who worked as Sales Associates, or any other non-exempt job position, who were subject to Defendants' policy of searching Defendants' employees upon exiting one of Defendants' store locations in California from December 28, 2007, to the date of filing this Complaint."This group is hereinafter referred to as the "California Class."This period of time is hereinafter referred to as the "California Class Period."

And, "All employees of Defendants who worked as Sales Associates, or any other non-exempt job position, who were subject to Defendants' policy of searching Defendants' employees upon exiting one of Defendants' store locations in the United States of America from December 28, 2008, to the date of filing this Complaint."This group is hereinafter referred to as the "Nationwide Class."This period of time is hereinafter referred to as the "Nationwide Class Period."

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Published on Jan-3-12

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