Ohio Employment Law Articles
February 11, 2017. By Gordon Gibb.
Wooster, OH: An Ohio Employment lawsuit, proposed as a class action, was filed at the beginning of the year against an employer in the manufacturing industry. Various allegations against federal law and Ohio Labor and Employment Law statutes have been made, within the context of donning and doffing, and going unpaid for tasks mandated by the employer.Read [ Ohio Employment Lawsuit Seeks Class Action Status ]
September 1, 2015. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ Ohio Employment Lawsuit Accuses Televangelist of Stiffing Employees ]
Cuyahoga Falls, OH Praise the Lord and pass the peas, please. As for the alleged Ohio Employment Law labor violations, well…we’ll give that to God and trust Him to take care of it all.
January 15, 2015. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ Professor Denied Tenure Launches Ohio Employment Lawsuits ]
Athens, OH A former assistant professor at Ohio University has launched a series of Ohio Employment lawsuits against the university and other defendants, alleging the denial of tenure at the facility was because of his sexual orientation and religious beliefs. The actions were filed December 18.
December 16, 2014. By Heidi Turner.
Read [ Ohio Company to Pay More than $2 Million in Back Pay ]
Campbell, OH A painting company from Ohio will pay more than $2 million to settle claims it failed to pay proper overtime and wages to workers involved in a painting job in Massachusetts. Although the painting company is from Ohio, the work was done in Massachusetts and the overtime lawsuit was filed by officials in Massachusetts.
October 18, 2014. By Heidi Turner.
Read [ Ohio Overtime Lawsuit Filed against Restaurant Chain ]
Columbus, OH A former waitress has filed an Ohio employment lawsuit, alleging violations of federal and Ohio labor laws, including failure to pay minimum wage and failure to pay overtime. The Ohio overtime lawsuit has been granted class-action status.
September 2, 2014. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ Defunct Sushi Restaurant Owner Pays $35,000 in Ohio Employment Restitution ]
Cincinnati, OH The owner of a popular sushi restaurant that once thrived in Hyde Park has closed the establishment in the wake of an Ohio Employment restitution order requiring him to pay thousands to employees over allegations of unpaid overtime and other violations to Ohio Labor Laws.
August 3, 2014. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ Save-A-Lot to Pay A lot to Ohio Employment Plaintiffs and Others ]
Cleveland, OH As happens with many multidistrict lawsuits, a class action centered in Connecticut also reaches into Ohio and other states, qualifying the litigation for allegations under Ohio Labor Employment Law.
July 19, 2014. By Heidi Turner.
Read [ Overtime and Wage Violations Seen in Unlikely Places ]
Cleveland, OH When it comes to Ohio overtime and wage violations, one can be forgiven for thinking that the majority of culprits are businesses looking to save a dollar or two by not properly paying their employees. But as a recent Ohio overtime lawsuit recently in the news shows, even governments can get the law wrong. Meanwhile, Major League Baseball faces a lawsuit alleging it doesn’t properly pay its minor league players.
June 13, 2014. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ Cleveland Settles Ohio Employment Class Action with Municipal Workers ]
Cleveland, OH One can imagine a group of happy plaintiffs and class members, running down a Cleveland street and giving a shout-out with outstretched arms to “Ohio,” akin to every opening of the beloved Drew Carey Show. Only this time, the fist pumps are because they won their fight with the city of Cleveland. Yes, in this Ohio Labor Laws altercation between employee and employer, it was the city of Cleveland that turned out to be the bad guy.
May 31, 2014. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ Contractor Hit with Lawsuit for Ohio Employment Violations ]
Columbus, OH A contractor based in Virginia but having undertaken work at the Joseph P. Kinneary US Courthouse in Columbus, Ohio, is facing a whack of citations under Ohio Employment after workers on the project were found to have not been paid properly.
- Feds Stick Up for the Little Guy and Ohio Employee Rights By Gordon Gibb (Apr-3-14)
- Pizza Business Sued for Violations of Ohio Employment Laws By Heidi Turner (Jan-23-14)
- Allegedly Owed Ohio Overtime Could Extend Back Three Years By Gordon Gibb (Dec-6-13)
- Ohio Restaurant Chain Settles Ohio Employment Lawsuit By Gordon Gibb (Nov-5-13)
- Ohio Restaurant Sued in Support of Ohio Employment Law By Gordon Gibb (Oct-7-13)
- Fired Nurse Launches Ohio Employment Lawsuit By Gordon Gibb (Aug-17-13)
- Maxim Healthcare Facing Second Unpaid Overtime Class Action Lawsuit By Lucy Campbell (Aug-13-13)
- Morality Clause at Issue in Ohio Labor Lawsuit By Heidi Turner (Jul-4-13)
- Installers Getting Money Back After Ohio Labor Laws Violated By Gordon Gibb (Jun-5-13)
- Ohio Company Settles Employment Lawsuit By Heidi Turner (May-6-13)
- Akron Restaurant Dropped the Ohio Employment Ball By Gordon Gibb (Apr-2-13)
- Ohio Employment Class-Action Lawsuit Trial Scheduled for November By Gordon Gibb (Feb-23-13)
- “Better Off with Ohio Minimum Wage,” says Independent Contractor By Jane Mundy (Dec-20-12)
- Three Ohio Restaurants Called Out for Second Round of Ohio Employment Violations By Gordon Gibb (Nov-18-12)
- Ohio Workers Part of Group Receiving Back Wages By Gordon Gibb (Oct-18-12)
- Fired Ohio Worker Ordered Reinstated, Awarded Damages By Gordon Gibb (Sep-15-12)
- Reforming Ohio Labor Law Could Increase Employment By Charles Benson (Dec-7-10)
- Fired Bus Driver's Lawsuit Could Change Ohio Employment Laws By Charles Benson (Jul-25-10)
- Fire Crews Concerned about Ohio Labor Laws that Limit Hours By Charles Benson (Apr-29-10)
- State Supreme Court Discusses Pregnant Women's Rights Under Ohio Employment Law By Charles Benson (Jan-26-10)
- Federal Program Eases Strain on Ohio Employment By Gordon Gibb (Dec-23-09)
- Ohio Worker Files Discrimination Lawsuit By Heidi Turner (Nov-26-09)