SO THAT WE CAN EVALUATE WHETHER YOU CAN PARTICIPATE IN THIS ACTION OR WHETHER ANY OTHER ACTION SHOULD BE TAKEN TO RECOVER ANY WAGES YOU MAY BE OWED

SO THAT WE CAN EVALUATE WHETHER YOU CAN PARTICIPATE IN THIS ACTION OR WHETHER ANY OTHER ACTION SHOULD BE TAKEN TO RECOVER ANY WAGES YOU MAY BE OWED

If you were employed by West Penn Allegheny Health System, Inc., Allegheny General Hospital, The Western Pennsylvania Hospital, Alle-Kiski Medical Center or Canonsburg General Hospital ("West Penn"), a lawsuit has been filed that may affect your rights.

Please read the Federal Regulations that require you to be paid for all the time that you work. These same Federal Regulations require that you be completely relieved of your duties during your meal period.

If you were employed by ABC_Hospital, a lawsuit has been filed that may affect your rights.

Please read the Federal Regulations that require you to be paid for all the time that you work. These same Federal Regulations require that you be completely relieved of your duties during your meal period.

In certifying the class, The Judge has concluded that the employees have made a "modest factual showing" that they routinely worked through their meal periods to attend to patient needs and there was a practice of applying the automatic 30-minute meal break deduction to those employees when they worked through part or all of their meal breaks.

The Judge has ordered that only certain employees will receive the Court Notice of the lawsuit in the mail. THEREFORE, IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE THE COURT NOTICE, IT IS CRUCIAL THAT YOU CONTACT OUR LAW FIRM BECAUSE OUR LEGAL TEAM EXPECTS TO CERTIFY A SEPARATE CLAIM TO RECOVER ANY WAGES YOU MAY BE OWED.

Kaleida employees who held the following positions: Registered Nurse, Staff Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse, Nurse Aide, Respiratory Therapist at the following Kaleida locations: Buffalo General, DeGraff Memorial, Millard Fillmore Gates Circle, Millard Fillmore Suburban, Women and Children''s Hospital of Buffalo, Deaconess Center, Waterfront Health Care Center will receive the Court Notice in the mail.

If you were employed by ABC_Hospital, a lawsuit has been filed that may affect your rights.

Please read the Federal Regulations that require you to be paid for all the time that you work. These same Federal Regulations require that you be completely relieved of your duties during your meal period.

This website is not a court authorized notice.

Current and former employees may sue ABC_Hospital and related entities (referred to in this notice as “ABC_Hospital”) shortly claiming ABC_Hospital failed to pay overtime to its hourly employees.

No lawsuit has been filed and there has been no determination whether ABC_Hospital did anything wrong. There is no money available now and no guarantee there will be. However, if you:

  • worked as an hourly employee for ABC_Hospital at any of its locations at some point in the last six years;
  • worked for at least part of a meal period; and
  • were not paid for that meal period;

your legal rights may be affected should this lawsuit be filed, and you have a choice to make now:

This website is not a court authorized notice.

Current and former employees have sued ABC_Hospital and related entities(referred to in this notice as “ABC_Hospital”) claiming ABC_Hospital failed to pay overtime to its hourly employees.

Though the lawsuit has been filed and there has been no determination whether ABC_Hospital did anything wrong. There is no money available now and no guarantee there will be. However, if you:

  • worked as an hourly employee for ABC_Hospital at any of its locations at some point in the last six years;
  • worked for at least part of a meal period; and
  • were not paid for that meal period;

Your legal rights may be affected by this lawsuit and you have a choice to make now:

This website is not a court authorized notice.

Our team of attorneys is currently investigating whether to file a lawsuit against the University of California, San Francisco and related entities (referred to in this notice as “ABC_Hospital”). The investigation relates to how ABC_Hospital paid its hourly employees and whether it had employees work through part or all of their meal periods but did not pay them for that meal period.

No lawsuit has been filed and there has been no determination whether ABC_Hospital did anything wrong. There is no money available now and no guarantee there will be. However, if you:

  • worked as an hourly employee for ABC_Hospital at any of its locations at some point in the last three years
  • worked for at least part of a meal period; and
  • were not paid for that meal period;

You may have legal rights to protect and you have a choice to make as to whether you contact our legal team to participate.

This website is not a court authorized notice.

Current and former employees have sued North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System and related entities (referred to in this notice as “NSLIJ”) claiming NSLIJ failed to pay overtime to its hourly employees.

Though the lawsuit has been filed and there has been no determination whether NSLIJ did anything wrong. There is no money available now and no guarantee there will be. However, if you:

  • worked as an hourly employee involved in direct patient care for NSLIJ at any of its locations at some point in the last three years;
  • scheduled hours included a deduction from an unpaid meal break;
  • would have had to report performing work during meal break in order to be paid for such work;
  • worked for at least part of a meal period; and
  • were not paid for that meal period;

Your legal rights may be affected by this lawsuit and you have a choice to make now:

This website is not a court authorized notice.

Our team of attorneys is currently seeking to recover back wages for hourly employees in the health care industry in the Washington, D.C. metro area. Some health care employers have their hourly employees work through part of their meal periods but still do not pay them for their meal periods.

There has been no determination whether your employer did anything wrong. There is no money available now and no guarantee there will be. However, if you:

  • Worked as an hourly employee for a health care institution;
  • Worked for at least part of a meal period; and
  • Were not paid for that meal period;

You may have legal rights to protect and you have a choice to make as to whether you contact our legal team to see if you can participate.

This website is not a court authorized notice.

Our team of attorneys is currently seeking to recover back wages for hourly employees in the health care industry. Some health care employers have their hourly employees work through part of their meal periods but still do not pay them for their meal periods.

There has been no determination whether your employer did anything wrong. There is no money available now and no guarantee there will be. However, if you:

  • Worked as an hourly employee for a health care institution;
  • Worked for at least part of a meal period; and
  • Were not paid for that meal period;

You may have legal rights to protect and you have a choice to make as to whether you contact our legal team to see if you can participate.

This website is not a court authorized notice.

Current and former employees have sued West Penn Allegheny Health System, Inc., Allegheny General Hospital, The Western Pennsylvania Hospital, Alle-Kiski Medical Center or Canonsburg General Hospital and related entities (referred to in this notice as "West Penn") claiming West Penn failed to pay overtime as a result of West Penn not compensating hourly-paid employees for meal breaks during which the employees performed at least some work for their employer. West Penn denies that it did anything wrong and says that it paid all overtime wages required in such situations.

Though the lawsuit has been filed, there has been no determination whether West Penn did anything wrong. There is no money available now and no guarantee there will be. However, if you:

  • worked as an hourly employee for West Penn at any of its locations at some point in the last three years;

Your legal rights may be affected by this lawsuit and you have a choice to make now:

This website is not a court authorized notice.

Our team of attorneys is currently investigating whether to file a lawsuit against ABC_Hospital and related entities (referred to in this notice as “ABC_Hospital”). The investigation relates to how ABC_Hospital paid its hourly employees and whether it had employees work through part or all of their meal periods but did not pay them for that meal period.

No lawsuit has been filed and there has been no determination whether ABC_Hospital did anything wrong. There is no money available now and no guarantee there will be. However, if you:

  • worked as an hourly employee for ABC_Hospital at any of its locations at some point in the last six years
  • worked for at least part of a meal period; and
  • were not paid for that meal period;

You may have legal rights to protect and you have a choice to make as to whether you contact our legal team to participate.

This website is not a court authorized notice.

Current and former employees have sued ABC_Hospital and related entities (referred to in this notice as
“ABC_Hospital”) claiming ABC_Hospital failed to
pay overtime to its hourly employees.

Though the lawsuit has been filed, there has been no determination whether ABC_Hospital did anything
wrong. There is no money available now and no guarantee there will be. However,
if you:

  • worked as an hourly employee for ABC_Hospital
    at any of its locations at some point in the last three years;
  • worked for at least part of a meal period; and
  • were not paid for that meal period;

Your legal rights may be affected by the lawsuit and you have a choice to make now:

This website is not a court authorized notice.

Current and former employees have sued ABC_Hospital and related entities (referred to in this notice as “ABC_Hospital”) claiming ABC_Hospital failed to pay overtime to its hourly employees.

Though the lawsuit has been filed and there has been no determination whether ABC_Hospital did anything wrong. There is no money available now and no guarantee there will be. However, if you:

  • worked as an hourly employee for ABC_Hospital at any of its locations at some point in the last three years;

Your legal rights may be affected by this lawsuit and you have a choice to make now:

This website is not a court authorized notice.

Our team of attorneys is currently investigating whether to file a lawsuit against ABC_Hospital and related entities (referred to in this notice as “ABC_Hospital”). The investigation relates to how ABC_Hospital paid its hourly employees and whether it had employees work through part or all of their meal periods but did not pay them for that meal period.

No lawsuit has been filed and there has been no determination whether ABC_Hospital did anything wrong. There is no money available now and no guarantee there will be. However, if you:

  • worked as an hourly employee for ABC_Hospital at any of its locations at some point in the last three years
  • worked for at least part of a meal period; and
  • were not paid for that meal period;

You may have legal rights to protect and you have a choice to make as to whether you contact our legal team to participate.

Your Legal Rights and Options in This Potential Lawsuit

ASK TO BE INCLUDED

Ask to join in a lawsuit if it is filed. Await the outcome. Give up right to sue separately.

By asking to join a lawsuit that may be filed, you keep the possibility of getting money or benefits that may come from a trial or a settlement in that case. But, you give up any rights to sue ABC_Hospital separately about the same legal claims brought in that lawsuit.

DO NOTHING

Do nothing. Get no benefits from any lawsuit filed. Keep right to sue separately.

If you do nothing and money or benefits are later awarded, you won’t share in those. But, you keep any rights to sue ABC_Hospital separately about the same legal claims in this lawsuit.

Your Legal Rights and Options in This Lawsuit

ASK TO BE INCLUDED

Ask to join in the lawsuit. Await the outcome. Give up right to sue separately.

By asking to join the lawsuit, you keep the possibility of getting money or benefits that may come from a trial or a settlement in that case. But, you give up any rights to sue ABC_Hospital separately about the same legal claims brought in that lawsuit.

DO NOTHING

Do nothing. Get no benefits from any lawsuit filed. Keep right to sue separately.

If you do nothing and money or benefits are later awarded, you won’t share in those. But, you keep any rights to sue ABC_Hospital separately about the same legal claims in this lawsuit.

Your Legal Rights and Options in This Potential Lawsuit

ASK TO BE INCLUDED

Ask to join in a lawsuit if it is filed. Await the outcome. Give up right to sue separately.

By asking to join a lawsuit that may be filed, you keep the possibility of getting money or benefits that may come from a trial or a settlement in that case. But, you give up any rights to sue ABC_Hospital separately about the same legal claims brought in that lawsuit.

DO NOTHING

Do nothing. Get no benefits from any lawsuit filed. Keep right to sue separately.

If you do nothing and money or benefits are later awarded, you won’t share in those. But, you keep any rights to sue ABC_Hospital separately about the same legal claims in this lawsuit.

Your options are explained in this notice. If you do not join, you risk losing any recovery for any time you worked more than three years.

Your Legal Rights and Options in This Lawsuit

ASK TO BE INCLUDED

Ask to join in the lawsuit. Await the outcome. Give up right to sue separately.

By asking to join the lawsuit, you keep the possibility of getting money or benefits that may come from a trial or a settlement in that case. But, you give up any rights to sue ABC_Hospital separately about the same legal claims brought in that lawsuit.

DO NOTHING

Do nothing. Risk getting no benefits from any lawsuit filed. Keep right to sue separately.

If you do nothing and money or benefits are later awarded, you won’t share in those. But, you keep any rights to sue ABC_Hospital separately about the same legal claims in this lawsuit.

Your Legal Rights and Options in This Potential Lawsuit

ASK TO BE INCLUDED

Ask to join in a lawsuit if it is filed. Await the outcome. Give up right to sue separately.

By asking to join a lawsuit that may be filed, you keep the possibility of getting money or benefits that may come from a trial or a settlement in that case. But, you give up any rights to sue ABC_Hospital separately about the same legal claims brought in that lawsuit.

DO NOTHING

Do nothing. You may lose any right to claim benefits from any lawsuit filed. Keep right to sue separately.

If you do nothing and money or benefits are later awarded, you won’t share in those. But, you keep any rights to sue ABC_Hospital separately about the same legal claims in this lawsuit.

Your options are explained in this notice. If you do not join, you risk losing any recovery for any time you worked more than three years.

Your Legal Rights and Options in This Lawsuit

ASK TO BE INCLUDED

Join in the lawsuit. Await the outcome. Give up right to sue separately.

By joining the lawsuit, you may get money or benefits that may come from a trial or a settlement. But, you give up any rights to sue West Penn separately about the same legal claims brought in this lawsuit.

DO NOTHING

Do nothing. Get no benefits from any lawsuit filed. Keep right to sue separately.

If you do nothing and money or benefits are later awarded, you won’t share in those. But, you keep any rights to sue West Penn separately about the same legal claims in this lawsuit.

Your Legal Rights and Options in The Lawsuit

ASK TO BE INCLUDED

Ask to join in the lawsuit. Await the outcome. Give up right to sue separately.

By asking to join the lawsuit, you keep the possibility of getting money or benefits that may come from a trial or a settlement in that case. But, you give up any rights to sue ABC_Hospital separately about the same legal claims brought in that lawsuit.

DO NOTHING

Do nothing. Get no benefits from the lawsuit. Keep right to sue separately.

If you do nothing and money or benefits are later awarded, you won’t share in those. But, you keep any rights to sue ABC_Hospital separately about the same legal claims in the lawsuit.

If you were employed by ABC_Hospital, a lawsuit will likely be refiled that may affect your rights.

Please read the Federal Regulations that require you to be paid for all the time that you work. These same Federal Regulations require that you be completely relieved of your duties during your meal period.

This website is not a court authorized notice.

Our investigation has revealed that ABC_Hospital and related entities automatically deducted at least thirty minutes for a meal period from its hourly employees each shift, even though employees regularly worked through this meal period. We previously filed a lawsuit concerning these issues, but the judge held that we need to provide additional detail in the complaint.

Our team of attorneys is preparing to refile a lawsuit against ABC_Hospital and related entities with the additional information requested by the Court. There has been no determination whether ABC_Hospital did anything wrong. There is no money available now and no guarantee there will be. However if you:

  • Worked as an hourly employee for ABC_Hospital at any of its location at some point in the last three years;
  • Worked for at least part of a meal period; and
  • Were not paid for that meal period;

Your legal rights may be affected should this lawsuit be refiled, and you have a choice to make now.

This website is not a court authorized notice.

Our investigation has revealed that ABC_Hospital and related entities automatically deducted at least thirty minutes for a meal period from its hourly employees each shift, even though employees regularly worked through this meal period. We previously filed a lawsuit concerning these issues, but the judge held that we need to provide additional detail in the complaint.

Our team of attorneys is preparing to refile a lawsuit against ABC_Hospital and related entities with the additional information requested by the Court. There has been no determination whether ABC_Hospital did anything wrong. There is no money available now and no guarantee there will be. However if you:

  • Worked as an hourly employee for ABC_Hospital at any of its location at some point in the last six years;
  • Worked for at least part of a meal period; and
  • Were not paid for that meal period;

Your legal rights may be affected should this lawsuit be refiled, and you have a choice to make now.

Your Legal Rights and Options in This Potential Lawsuit

ASK TO BE INCLUDED

Ask to join in a lawsuit if it is refiled. Await the outcome. Give up your right to sue separately.

By asking to join a lawsuit that may be refiled, you keep the possibility of getting money or benefits that may come from a trial or a settlement in that case. But, you give up any rights to sue ABC_Hospital separately about the same legal claims brought in that lawsuit.

DO NOTHING

Do nothing. Get no benefits from any lawsuit filed. Keep right to sue separately.

If you do nothing and money or benefits are later awarded, you won’t share in those. But, you keep any rights to sue ABC_Hospital separately about the same legal claims in this lawsuit.

On April 1, 2009, a group of former and/or current employees of West Penn filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania (Civil Action No. 09-379), claiming, among other things, that they were hourly employees who did not receive overtime compensation for work performed during meal breaks.

This notice informs you of the existence of a collective action lawsuit in which you may become a member. It also explains what you need to do to participate, or not participate, and how your rights may be affected.

On June 1, 2009, the Honorable Donetta W. Ambrose, United States Chief Judge for the Western District of Pennsylvania, authorized the sending of the Notice to inform you of your rights in connection with this lawsuit.

It may if you:

  • worked as an hourly employee for %entityname% at any of its locations at some point in the last six years;
  • worked for at least part of a meal period; and
  • were not paid for that meal period.

Might this lawsuit apply to me?

The Judge has ordered that only certain employees will receive the Court Notice of the lawsuit in the mail. THEREFORE, IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE THE COURT NOTICE, IT IS CRUCIAL THAT YOU CONTACT OUR LAW FIRM BECAUSE OUR LEGAL TEAM EXPECTS TO CERTIFY A SEPARATE CLAIM TO RECOVER ANY WAGES YOU MAY BE OWED.

Catholic employees who held the following positions: Registered Nurse, Charge Nurse, Staff Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse and Respiratory Therapist at the following Catholic locations: Kenmore Mercy Hospital, Mercy Hospital of Buffalo, St. Joseph Hospital, Sisters of Charity Hospital, McAuley Residence, St. Catherine Laboure Health Care Center, Father Baker Manor, St. Elizabeth’s Home of Lancaster, St. Francis of Buffalo, St. Francis Home of Williamsville, and Nazareth Nursing Home will receive the Court Notice in the mail.

You may if you:

  • Worked as an hourly employee for a health care employer in the Washington, D.C. metro area at some point in the last three years;
  • Worked for at least part of a meal period; and
  • Were not paid for that meal period.

To find out if our legal team may represent you, you need to contact us.

Might this lawsuit apply to me?

The Judge has ordered that only certain employees will receive the Court Notice of the lawsuit in the mail. THEREFORE, IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE THE COURT NOTICE, IT IS CRUCIAL THAT YOU CONTACT OUR LAW FIRM SO THAT WE CAN EVALUATE WHETHER YOU CAN PARTICIPATE IN THIS ACTION OR WHETHER ANY OTHER ACTION SHOULD BE TAKEN TO RECOVER ANY WAGES YOU MAY BE OWED.

NSLIJ hourly employees involved in direct patient care responsibilities whose scheduled hours include a deduction from an unpaid meal break and who would have had to report performing work during meal breaks in order to be paid for such work will receive the Court Notice in the mail.

You may if you:

  • worked as an hourly employee for ABC_Hospital at any of its locations at some point in the last six years;
  • worked for at least part of a meal period; and
  • were not paid for that meal period.

To find out if our legal team may represent you and ask for back wages for you, you need to contact us.

The Judge has ordered that only certain employees will receive the Court Notice of the lawsuit in the mail. THEREFORE, IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE THE COURT NOTICE, IT IS CRUCIAL THAT YOU CONTACT OUR LAW FIRM BECAUSE OUR LEGAL TEAM EXPECTS TO CERTIFY A SEPARATE CLAIM TO RECOVER ANY WAGES YOU MAY BE OWED.

Kaleida employees who held the following positions: Registered Nurse, Staff Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse, Nurse Aide, Respiratory Therapist at the following Kaleida locations: Buffalo General, DeGraff Memorial, Millard Fillmore Gates Circle, Millard Fillmore Suburban, Women and Children''s Hospital of Buffalo, Deaconess Center, Waterfront Health Care Center will receive the Court Notice in the mail.

You may if you:

  • worked as an hourly employee for ABC_Hospital at any of its locations at some point in the last three years;
  • worked for at least part of a meal period; and
  • were not paid for that meal period.

To find out if our legal team may represent you and ask for back wages for you, you need to contact us.

Yes. You will probably only be able to collect wages under federal law for the three years before the date your consent form is filed. Therefore, every day that you wait to submit the consent form once the lawsuit is filed means you could be losing some or all of your claim. If you do want to act, you should send in the consent form as soon as possible. However, you will not be represented by our law firm in this case until the case is filed and your consent form is filed with it.

The Judge has ordered that Catholic Employees have only 60 days to submit their Consent Forms to participate in this action. THEREFORE, IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE A CONSENT FORM IN THE MAIL IN THE UPCOMING WEEKS, IT IS CRUCIAL THAT YOU CONTACT OUR LAW FIRM BECAUSE OUR LEGAL TEAM EXPECTS TO CERTIFY A SEPARATE CLAIM TO RECOVER ANY WAGES YOU MAY BE OWED.

Yes, in order to participate in the lawsuit your consent form must be postmarked by September 15, 2009. You will probably only be able to collect wages under federal law for the three years before the date your consent form is filed. Therefore, every day that you wait to submit the consent form means you could be losing some or all of your claim. If you do want to act, you should send in the consent form as soon as possible. However, you will not be represented by our law firm in this case until your consent form is filed with the court.

Yes. You will probably only be able to collect wages under federal law for the three years before the date your consent form is filed. Therefore, every day that you wait to submit the consent form means you could be losing some or all of your claim. If you do want to act, you should send in the consent form as soon as possible. However, you will not be represented by our law firm in this case until your consent form is filed with the court.

Yes, in order to participate in the lawsuit, your consent form must be postmarked as early as September 8, 2009. You will probably only be able to collect wages under federal law for the three years before the date your consent form is filed. Therefore, every day that you wait to submit the consent form means you could be losing some or all of your claim. If you do want to act, you should send in the consent form as soon as possible. However, you will not be represented by our law firm in this case until your consent form is filed with the court.

Yes, in order to participate in the lawsuit, your consent form must be postmarked as early as October 31, 2009. You will probably only be able to collect wages under federal law for the three years before the date your consent form is filed. Therefore, every day that you wait to submit the consent form means you could be losing some or all of your claim. If you do want to act, you should send in the consent form as soon as possible. However, you will not be represented by our law firm in this case until your consent form is filed with the court.

The Judge has ordered that NSLIJ employees have only 60 days to submit their consent forms to participate in this action. THEREFORE, IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE A CONSENT FORM IN THE MAIL IN THE UPCOMING WEEKS, IT IS CRUCIAL THAT YOU CONTACT OUR LAW FIRM SO THAT WE CAN EVALUATE WHETHER YOU CAN PARTICIPATE IN THIS ACTION OR WHETHER ANY OTHER ACTION SHOULD BE TAKEN TO RECOVER ANY WAGES YOU MAY BE OWED.

Yes. If you are awarded money under federal law, you will likely be able to collect back wages for the three years immediately prior to the date of filing of your consent to join the lawsuit. Therefore, every day that you wait to contact our legal team means you could be losing some or all of your claim. If you do want to find out what, if anything, you may be owed, you should contact our legal team at once. However, you will not be represented by the law firm until a case is filed, you decide to participate in the case, and your consent form is filed with the court.

Yes. You will probably only be able to collect wages under federal law for the three years before the date your consent form is filed. Therefore, every day that you wait to submit the consent form means you could be losing some or all of your claim. If you do want to act, you should send in the consent form as soon as possible. However, you will not be represented by our law firm in this case until your consent form is filed with the court.

The Judge has ordered that Kaleida employees have only 60 days to submit their consent forms to participate in this action. THEREFORE, IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE A CONSENT FORM IN THE MAIL IN THE UPCOMING WEEKS, IT IS CRUCIAL THAT YOU CONTACT OUR LAW FIRM BECAUSE OUT LEGAL TEAM EXPECTS TO CERTIFY A SEPARATE CLAIM TO RECOVER ANY WAGES YOU MAY BE OWED.

What is a collective action and who is involved?

In a collective (or class) action lawsuit, one or more people called "Class Representatives" sue on behalf of other people who have similar claims. The people together are a "Class" or "Class Members." The individuals who sue—and all the Class Members like them—are called the plaintiffs. The company that is sued (for example, in this lawsuit, ABC_Hospital) is called the defendant. Unless each employee''s case ends up being tried separately, one Court resolves the issues for everyone in the Class—except for those people who choose not to join the Class.

The Judge has ordered that only certain employees will receive the Court Notice of the lawsuit in the mail. THEREFORE, IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE THE COURT NOTICE, IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT YOU CONTACT OUR LAW FIRM BECAUSE OUR LEGAL TEAM EXPECTS TO CERTIFY A SEPARATE CLAIM TO RECOVER ANY WAGES YOU MAY BE OWED.

Catholic employees who held the following positions: Registered Nurse, Charge Nurse, Staff Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse and Respiratory Therapist at the following Catholic locations: Kenmore Mercy Hospital, Mercy Hospital of Buffalo, St. Joseph Hospital, Sisters of Charity Hospital, McAuley Residence, St. Catherine Laboure Health Care Center, Father Baker Manor, St. Elizabeth’s Home of Lancaster, St. Francis of Buffalo, St. Francis Home of Williamsville, and Nazareth Nursing Home will receive the Court Notice in the mail.

What is a collective action and who is involved?

In a collective action lawsuit, one or more people called “Named Plaintiffs” sue on behalf of other people who have similar claims. The individuals who sued – and all those like them – are called the Plaintiffs. The company they sued (in this case, NSLIJ) is called the defendant. Unless each employee’s case ends up being tried separately, one Court resolves the issues for everyone in the collective action – except for those people who choose not to join.

The Judge has ordered that only certain employees will receive the Court Notice of the lawsuit in the mail. THEREFORE, IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE THE COURT NOTICE, IT IS CRUCIAL THAT YOU CONTACT OUR LAW FIRM SO THAT WE CAN EVALUATE WHETHER YOU CAN PARTICIPATE IN THIS ACTION OR WHETHER ANY OTHER ACTION SHOULD BE TAKEN TO RECOVER ANY WAGES YOU MAY BE OWED.

NSLIJ hourly employees involved in direct patient care responsibilities whose scheduled hours include a deduction from an unpaid meal break and who would have had to report performing work during meal breaks in order to be paid for such work will receive the Court Notice in the mail.

What is a collective action and who is involved?

In a collective (or class) action lawsuit, one or more people called "Class Representatives" sue on behalf of other people who have similar claims. The people together are a "Class" or "Class Members." The individuals who sue—and all the Class Members like them—are called the plaintiffs. The company that is sued (for example, in this lawsuit, ABC_Hospital) is called the defendant. Unless each employee''s case ends up being tried separately, one Court resolves the issues for everyone in the Class—except for those people who choose not to join the Class.

The Judge has ordered that only certain employees will receive the Court Notice of the lawsuit in the mail. THEREFORE, IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE THE COURT NOTICE, IT IS CRUCIAL THAT YOU CONTACT OUR LAW FIRM BECAUSE OUR LEGAL TEAM EXPECTS TO CERTIFY A SEPARATE CLAIM TO RECOVER ANY WAGES YOU MAY BE OWED.

Kaleida employees who held the following positions: Registered Nurse, Staff Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse, Nurse Aide, Respiratory Therapist at the following Kaleida locations: Buffalo General, DeGraff Memorial, Millard Fillmore Gates Circle, Millard Fillmore Suburban, Women and Children''s Hospital of Buffalo, Deaconess Center, Waterfront Health Care Center will receive the Court Notice in the mail.

What does the lawsuit complain about?

In the lawsuit that the employees are considering bringing, the plaintiffs say that ABC_Hospital failed to pay hourly employees for all the time that ABC_Hospital permitted them to do work. Specifically, plaintiffs say that among other things, ABC_Hospital implemented an automatic meal deduction policy under which hourly employees were not paid for their meal periods, even though the employees did some work during those meal periods.

As part of the lawsuit, the employees will ask that because ABC_Hospital did not pay overtime as required by law, they are owed that unpaid overtime, as well as additional damages allowed by the law and your attorneys'' fees.

The Judge has ordered that Kaleida employees who held the following positions: Registered Nurse, Staff Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse, Nurse Aide, Respiratory Therapist at the following Kaleida locations: Buffalo General, DeGraff Memorial, Millard Fillmore Gates Circle, Millard Fillmore Suburban, Women and Children''s Hospital of Buffalo, Deaconess Center, Waterfront Health Care Center will receive the Court Notice in the mail.

What does the lawsuit complain about?

In the lawsuit that the employees are considering bringing, the plaintiffs say that ABC_Hospital failed to pay hourly employees for all the time that ABC_Hospital permitted them to do work. Specifically, plaintiffs say that among other things, ABC_Hospital implemented an automatic meal deduction policy under which hourly employees were not paid for their meal periods, even though the employees did some work during those meal periods.

As part of the lawsuit, the employees will ask that because ABC_Hospital did not pay overtime as required by law, they are owed that unpaid overtime, as well as additional damages allowed by the law and your attorneys'' fees.

The Judge has ordered that Catholic employees who held the following positions: Registered Nurse, Charge Nurse, Staff Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse and Respiratory Therapist at the following Catholic locations: Kenmore Mercy Hospital, Mercy Hospital of Buffalo, St. Joseph Hospital, Sisters of Charity Hospital, McAuley Residence, St. Catherine Laboure Health Care Center, Father Baker Manor, St. Elizabeth’s Home of Lancaster, St. Francis of Buffalo, St. Francis Home of Williamsville, and Nazareth Nursing Home will receive the Court Notice in the mail.

What does the lawsuit complain about?

In the lawsuit, the Plaintiffs say that NSLIJ failed to pay hourly employees for all the time that NSLIJ permitted them to do work. For example, Plaintiffs say that NSLIJ implemented a Meal and Break Deduction Policy which automatically deducts at least 30 minutes from employees’ paychecks for meal breaks even when employees perform compensable work during those meal breaks.

The Plaintiffs claim that because NSLIJ did not pay overtime as required by law, they are owed unpaid overtime, as well as additional damages allowed by the law and attorneys’ fees.

The Judge has ordered that NSLIJ hourly employees involved in direct patient care responsibilities whose scheduled hours include a deduction from an unpaid meal break and who would have had to report performing work during meal breaks in order to be paid for such work will receive the Court Notice in the mail.

Has a Court decided who is right?

No lawsuit has been filed and a Court hasn''t decided whether ABC_Hospital owes any back wages to the employees. In this case, the Court has not yet determined whether the employees have similar enough claims that it makes sense to have those claims combined in one case. Further, our legal team has not completed its investigation to determine if it makes sense to file a lawsuit against ABC_Hospital.

If a lawsuit is filed and people have had the chance to be included in the lawsuit, the Court will decide whether people who have requested to be included in the lawsuit may participate in the case as class members. Only people "similarly situated" to the plaintiffs may participate as class members. To determine whether you are indeed a proper member of the class, ABC_Hospital will likely ask the Court to engage in a review of the circumstances of your employment with ABC_Hospital, taking into account factors such as employment setting, recording and payment for time worked, any defenses asserted against you by ABC_Hospital, and other procedural issues.

Has a Court decided who is right?

Though a lawsuit has been filed the Court hasn''t decided whether NSLIJ or the employees are correct. The judge has ordered that only certain employees will receive the Court Notice of the lawsuit in the mail. THEREFORE, IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE THE COURT NOTICE, IT IS CRUCIAL THAT YOU CONTACT OUR LAW FIRM SO THAT WE CAN EVALUATE WHETHER YOU CAN PARTICIPATE IN THIS ACTION OR WHETHER ANY OTHER ACTION SHOULD BE TAKEN TO RECOVER ANY WAGES YOU MAY BE OWED.

In certifying the class, the Judge has concluded that the employees have made a "modest factual showing" that they routinely worked through their meal periods to attend to patient needs and there was a practice of applying the automatic meal break deduction of at least 30 minutes to those employees when they worked through part or all of their meal breaks.

NSLIJ hourly employees involved in direct patient care responsibilities whose scheduled hours include a deduction from an unpaid meal break and who would have had to report performing work during meal breaks in order to be paid for such work will receive the Court Notice in the mail.

Has a Court decided who is right?

Though a lawsuit has been filed the Court hasn''t decided whether ABC_Hospital or the employees are correct. The judge has ordered that only certain employees will receive the Court Notice of the lawsuit in the mail. THEREFORE, IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE THE COURT NOTICE, IT IS CRUCIAL THAT YOU CONTACT OUR LAW FIRM BECAUSE OUR LEGAL TEAM EXPECTS TO CERTIFY A SEPARATE CLAIM TO RECOVER ANY WAGES YOU MAY BE OWED.

In certifying the class, The Judge has concluded that the employees has made a "modest factual showing" that they routinely worked through their meal periods to attend to patient needs and there was a practice of applying the automatic 30-minute meal break deduction to those employees when they worked through part or all of their meal breaks.

Kaleida employees who held the following positions: Registered Nurse, Staff Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse, Nurse Aide, Respiratory Therapist at the following Kaleida locations: Buffalo General, DeGraff Memorial, Millard Fillmore Gates Circle, Millard Fillmore Suburban, Women and Children''s Hospital of Buffalo, Deaconess Center, Waterfront Health Care Center will receive the Court Notice in the mail.

Has a Court decided who is right?

Though a lawsuit has been filed the Court hasn''t decided whether ABC_Hospital or the employees are correct. The Judge has ordered that only certain employees will receive the Court Notice of the lawsuit in the mail. THEREFORE, IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE THE COURT NOTICE, IT IS CRUCIAL THAT YOU CONTACT OUR LAW FIRM BECAUSE OUR LEGAL TEAM EXPECTS TO CERTIFY A SEPARATE CLAIM TO RECOVER ANY WAGES YOU MAY BE OWED.

In certifying the class, The Judge has concluded that the employees have made a "modest factual showing" that they routinely worked through their meal periods to attend to patient needs and there was a practice of applying the automatic 30-minute meal break deduction to those employees when they worked through part or all of their meal breaks.

Catholic employees who held the following positions: Registered Nurse, Charge Nurse, Staff Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse and Respiratory Therapist at the following Catholic locations: Kenmore Mercy Hospital, Mercy Hospital of Buffalo, St. Joseph Hospital, Sisters of Charity Hospital, McAuley Residence, St. Catherine Laboure Health Care Center, Father Baker Manor, St. Elizabeth’s Home of Lancaster, St. Francis of Buffalo, St. Francis Home of Williamsville, and Nazareth Nursing Home will receive the Court Notice in the mail.

Has a Court decided who is right?

No lawsuit has been filed and a Court hasn''t decided whether ABC_Hospital owes any back wages to you or to its other employees. In this case, the Court has not yet determined whether the employees have similar enough claims that it makes sense to have those claims combined in one case. Therefore, there is no money available now.

Once the lawsuit is filed and people have had the chance to ask to be included in it, the Court will decide whether people who have asked to be included may participate in the case as class members. Only people "similarly situated" to the plaintiffs may participate as class members. To determine whether you are indeed a proper member of the class, ABC_Hospital will likely ask the Court to engage in a review of the circumstances of your employment with ABC_Hospital, taking into account factors such as employment setting, recording and payment for time worked, any defenses asserted against you by ABC_Hospital, and other procedural issues.

To participate in the lawsuit, you need to fill out the two forms found here and return them to the law firm representing the plaintiffs. You will also need to qualify to participate. It is entirely your own decision whether or not to join this lawsuit.

If you fail to do so, you will not be allowed to participate in any recovery for the federal overtime claims in this lawsuit and may be jeopardizing your right to sue.

If you decide to join this suit, you will be bound by the settlement or judgment, whether it is favorable or not. If there is a favorable resolution, either by settlement or judgment, and you qualify, you will be entitled to some portion of the recovery.

How do I join?

To participate in the lawsuit, you need to fill out the two forms found here and return them to the law firm representing the plaintiffs. You will also need to qualify to participate. It is entirely your own decision whether or not to join this lawsuit.

If you fail to do so, you will not be allowed to participate in any recovery for the federal overtime claims in this lawsuit and may be jeopardizing your right to sue.

The Judge has ordered that Kaleida employees who held the following positions: Registered Nurse, Staff Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse, Nurse Aide, Respiratory Therapist at the following Kaleida locations: Buffalo General, DeGraff Memorial, Millard Fillmore Gates Circle, Millard Fillmore Suburban, Women and Children''s Hospital of Buffalo, Deaconess Center, Waterfront Health Care Center will receive the Court Notice in the mail.

If you decide to join this suit, you will be bound by the settlement or judgment, whether it is favorable or not. If there is a favorable resolution, either by settlement or judgment, and you qualify, you will be entitled to some portion of the recovery.

To assist in our investigation of ABC_Hospital, please contact our legal team so that we may learn more about your situation. Your name will be kept strictly confidential by our legal team until you decide if you want to seek any back wages. You will not be represented by our legal team unless we file a lawsuit, you decide to participate by submitting your consent form, and your consent form is filed by the law firm in court.

If you fail to contact our legal team, or seek representation elsewhere, you will not be allowed to participate in any recovery for the federal overtime claims in this lawsuit and may be jeopardizing your right to sue.

To participate in the lawsuit, you need to fill out the two forms found here and return them to the law firm representing the plaintiffs. You will also need to qualify to participate. It is entirely your own decision whether or not to join this lawsuit.

If you fail to do so, you will not be included in any recovery for the federal overtime claims in this lawsuit and may be jeopardizing your right to recovery.

If you decide to join this suit, you will be bound by the settlement or judgment, whether it is favorable or not. If there is a favorable resolution, either by settlement or judgment, and you qualify, you will be entitled to some portion of the recovery.

To participate in any lawsuit that is filed, you need to fill out the two forms found here and return them to the law firm representing the plaintiffs. You will also need to qualify to participate. It is entirely your own decision whether or not to join this lawsuit.

If you fail to do so, you will not be allowed to participate in any recovery for the federal overtime claims in this lawsuit and may be jeopardizing your right to sue.

If you decide to join this suit, you will be bound by the settlement or judgment, whether it is favorable or not. If there is a favorable resolution, either by settlement or judgment, and you qualify, you will be entitled to some portion of the recovery.

How do I join?

To participate in the lawsuit, you need to fill out the two forms found here and return them to the law firm representing the plaintiffs. You will also need to qualify to participate. It is entirely your own decision whether or not to join this lawsuit.

If you fail to do so, you will not be allowed to participate in any recovery for the federal overtime claims in this lawsuit and may be jeopardizing your right to sue.

The Judge has ordered that Catholic employees who held the following positions: Registered Nurse, Charge Nurse, Staff Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse and Respiratory Therapist at the following Catholic locations: Kenmore Mercy Hospital, Mercy Hospital of Buffalo, St. Joseph Hospital, Sisters of Charity Hospital, McAuley Residence, St. Catherine Laboure Health Care Center, Father Baker Manor, St. Elizabeth’s Home of Lancaster, St. Francis of Buffalo, St. Francis Home of Williamsville, and Nazareth Nursing Home will receive the Court Notice in the mail.

If you decide to join this suit, you will be bound by the settlement or judgment, whether it is favorable or not. If there is a favorable resolution, either by settlement or judgment, and you qualify, you will be entitled to some portion of the recovery.

To assist in our investigation of ABC_Hospital, please contact our legal team so that we may learn more about your situation. Your name will be kept strictly confidential by our legal team until you decide if you want to seek any back wages. You will not be represented by our legal team unless we file a lawsuit, you decide to participate by submitting your consent form, and your consent form is filed by the law firm in court.

If you fail to contact our legal team, or seek representation elsewhere, you may not be allowed to participate in any recovery for the federal overtime claims in this lawsuit and may be jeopardizing your right to sue.

To participate in the lawsuit, you need to fill out the two forms found here and return them to the law firm representing the plaintiffs. You will also need to qualify to participate. It is entirely your own decision whether or not to join this lawsuit.

If you fail to do so, you will not be allowed to participate in any recovery for the federal overtime claims in this lawsuit and may be jeopardizing your right to sue.

If you decide to join this suit, you will be bound by the settlement or judgment, whether it is favorable or not. If there is a favorable resolution, either by settlement or judgment, and you qualify, you will be entitled to some portion of the recovery.

To participate in any lawsuit that is refiled, you need to fill out the two forms found here and return them to the law firm representing the plaintiffs. You will also need to qualify to participate. It is entirely your own decision whether or not to join this lawsuit.

If you fail to do so, you will not be allowed to participate in any recovery for the federal overtime claims in this lawsuit and may be jeopardizing your right to sue.

If you decide to join this suit, you will be bound by the settlement or judgment, whether it is favorable or not. If there is a favorable resolution, either by settlement or judgment, and you qualify, you will be entitled to some portion of the recovery.

How do I join?

To participate in the lawsuit, you need to fill out the two forms found here and return them to the law firm representing the plaintiffs. You will also need to qualify to participate. It is entirely your own decision whether or not to join this lawsuit.

If you fail to do so, you will not be allowed to participate in any recovery for the federal overtime claims in this lawsuit and may be jeopardizing your right to sue.

The Judge has ordered that NSLIJ hourly employees involved in direct patient care responsibilities whose scheduled hours include a deduction from an unpaid meal break and who would have had to report performing work during meal breaks in order to be paid for such work will receive the Court Notice in the mail.

If you decide to join this suit, you will be bound by the settlement or judgment, whether it is favorable or not. If there is a favorable resolution, either by settlement or judgment, and you qualify, you will be entitled to some portion of the recovery.

To participate in any lawsuit that is filed, you need to fill out the two forms found here and return them to the law firm representing the plaintiffs. You will also need to qualify to participate. It is entirely your own decision whether or not to seek to join this lawsuit.

If you fail to do so, your claims will not be included in any recovery for the federal overtime claims in this lawsuit and may be jeopardizing your right to recovery.

If you decide to join this suit, you will be bound by the settlement or judgment, whether it is favorable or not. If there is a favorable resolution, either by settlement or judgment, and you qualify, you will be entitled to some portion of the recovery.

How do I join?

To participate in the lawsuit, you need to fill out the two forms found here and return them to the law firm representing the plaintiffs. You will also need to qualify to participate. It is entirely your own decision whether or not to join this lawsuit.

The signed Consent form must be postmarked as early as October 5, 2009. If your signed Consent form is not postmarked by October 5, 2009, you may be prohibited from participating in any recovery obtained against West Penn in this lawsuit.

If you decide to join this suit, you will be bound by the settlement or judgment, whether it is favorable or not. If there is a favorable resolution, either by settlement or judgment, and you qualify under the law, you will be entitled to some portion of the recovery.

You also may, but are not required, to complete the form entitled, "Information Sheet" and return it to counsel for the plaintiffs. Should you elect to join this collective action, the Information Sheet will provide your lawyers basic contact information and information regarding the dates and locations of your employment with West Penn. The Plaintiffs'' lawyers represent to the Court and you that any personal information you may provide will be used for the limited purpose of pursuing this lawsuit.

To participate in the lawsuit, you need to fill out the two forms found here and return them to the law firm representing the plaintiffs. You will also need to qualify to participate. It is entirely your own decision whether or not to join the lawsuit.

If you fail to do so, you will not be allowed to participate in any recovery for the federal overtime claims in the lawsuit and may be jeopardizing your right to sue.

If you decide to join the lawsuit, you will be bound by the settlement or judgment, whether it is favorable or not. If there is a favorable resolution, either by settlement or judgment, and you qualify, you will be entitled to some portion of the recovery.

What if I never do anything?

If you do nothing, you will not participate in the collective action that is filed. You will not be bound by any decision on the federal overtime suit. Therefore, you will not be entitled to any recovery should there be any for those claims.

IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE THE COURT NOTICE, IT IS CRUCIAL THAT YOU CONTACT OUR LAW FIRM BECAUSE OUR LEGAL TEAM EXPECTS TO CERTIFY A SEPARATE CLAIM TO RECOVER ANY WAGES YOU MAY BE OWED.

You can also start your own lawsuit against ABC_Hospital. You''ll have to hire and likely pay your own lawyer for that lawsuit, and you''ll have to prove your claims. If you do exclude yourself so you can start or continue your own lawsuit against ABC_Hospital, you should talk to your own lawyer soon, because your claims may be subject to a statute of limitations for your Federal claims of two or potentially three years if the violations are found to be willful.

What if I never do anything?

If you do nothing, you will not participate in the collective action that is filed. You will not be bound by any decision on the federal overtime suit. Therefore, you will not be entitled to any recovery should there be any for those claims.

IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE THE COURT NOTICE, IT IS CRUCIAL THAT YOU CONTACT OUR LAW FIRM SO THAT WE CAN EVALUATE WHETHER YOU CAN PARTICIPATE IN THIS ACTION OR WHETHER ANY OTHER ACTION SHOULD BE TAKEN TO RECOVER ANY WAGES YOU MAY BE OWED.

You can also start your own lawsuit against NSLIJ. You''ll have to hire and likely pay your own lawyer for that lawsuit, and you''ll have to prove your claims. If you do exclude yourself so you can start or continue your own lawsuit against NSLIJ, you should talk to your own lawyer soon, because your claims may be subject to a statute of limitations for your Federal claims of two or potentially three years if the violations are found to be willful.

I am afraid my employer may take some action against me if I talk to your legal team.

Your employer will not be told if you contact our legal team unless and until you ask us to act on your behalf in a lawsuit we have filed to ask for your back wages. Further, it is illegal for an employer to retaliate against you for participating in a lawsuit to collect Federal overtime wages.

To assist in our investigation, please contact our legal team so that we may learn more about your situation. We will not tell your employer that you contacted us. You will not be represented by the lawyers unless the law firm files a law suit, you decide to participate, and your consent form is filed by the law firm in court.

If you fail to contact our legal team, or seek representation elsewhere, you will not be allowed to participate in any recovery for the federal overtime claims in this lawsuit and may be jeopardizing your right to sue.

Not unless you hired a lawyer. The law firm of Thomas & Solomon LLP are the lawyers who have filed suit against ABC_Hospital. They are experienced in handling similar cases against other employers. More information about the law firm, its practices, and its lawyers'' experience is available at theemploymentattorneys.com.

Unless you choose another lawyer (see: Should I get my own Lawyer?), these attorneys would represent you in the lawsuit. That representation would only start once you have returned the consent form and that form is filed in court. You would not be represented by the lawyers before that. Once the form is filed, you would only be represented by these attorneys for the claims alleged in the complaint.

Do I have a lawyer in this case?

The law firm of Thomas & Solomon LLP is the counsel representing the named plaintiffs in this action.

Unless you choose another lawyer, these attorneys would represent you in the action. you can contact the plaintiffs'' attorneys at:

J. Nelson Thomas, Esq.
Patrick J. Solomon, Esq.
THOMAS & SOLOMON LLP
693 East Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607
1-877-272-4066

Not unless you hired a lawyer. The law firm of Thomas & Solomon LLP are the lawyers who have filed suit against ABC_Hospital. They are experienced in handling similar cases against other employers. More information about the law firm, its practices, and its lawyers'' experience is available at theemploymentattorneys.com.

Unless you choose another lawyer (see: Should I get my own Lawyer?), these attorneys would represent you in the action. That representation would only start once you have returned the consent form and that form is filed in court. You would not be represented by the lawyers before that. Once the form is filed, you would only be represented by these attorneys for the claims raised in the complaint in this case.

Not unless you hired a lawyer. The law firm of Thomas & Solomon LLP are lawyers investigating the potential case against ABC_Hospital. They are experienced in handling similar cases against other employers. More information about the law firm, its practices, and its lawyers'' experience is available at theemploymentattorneys.com.

Not unless you hired a lawyer. The law firm of Thomas & Solomon LLP are the lawyers who have filed suit against ABC_Hospital. They are experienced in handling similar cases against other employers. More information about the law firm, its practices, and its lawyers'' experience is available at theemploymentattorneys.com.

Unless you choose another lawyer (see: Should I get my own Lawyer?), these attorneys would represent you in the action. That representation would only start once you have returned the consent form and that form is filed in court. Your claims would not be included in the lawsuit before that. Once the form is filed, you would only be represented by these attorneys for the claims raised in the complaint in this case.

Unless you choose another lawyer (see: Should I get my own Lawyer?), these attorneys would represent you in the action. That representation would only start once you have returned the consent form and a lawsuit is refiled and that form is filed in court. You would not be represented by the lawyers before each of these criteria have been met. Once the form is filed, you would only be represented by these attorneys for the claims raised in the complaint in this case.

Not unless you hired a lawyer. The law firm of Thomas & Solomon LLP are lawyers investigating the potential case against %entityname%. They are experienced in handling similar cases against other employers. More information about the law firm, its practices, and its lawyers'' experience is available at theemploymentattorneys.com.

Unless you choose another lawyer (see: Should I get my own Lawyer?), these attorneys would represent you in the action. That representation would only start once you have returned the consent form and a lawsuit is filed and that form is filed in court. You would not be represented by the lawyers before that. Once the form is filed, you would only be represented by these attorneys for the claims raised in the complaint in this case.

Not unless you hired a lawyer. The law firm of Thomas & Solomon LLP are the lawyers who have filed suit against ABC_Hospital. They are experienced in handling similar cases against other employers. More information about the law firm, its practices, and its lawyers'' experience is available at theemploymentattorneys.com.

Unless you choose another lawyer (see: Should I get my own Lawyer?), these attorneys would represent you in the action. That representation would only start once you have returned the consent form and that form is filed in court. You would not be represented by the lawyers before that. Once the form is filed, you would only be represented by these attorneys for the claims raised in the complaint in this case.

Not unless you hired a lawyer. The law firm of Thomas & Solomon LLP are the lawyers who have filed suit against NSLIJ. They are experienced in handling similar cases against other employers. More information about the law firm, its practices, and its lawyers'' experience is available at theemploymentattorneys.com.

Unless you choose another lawyer (see: Should I get my own Lawyer?), these attorneys would represent you in the action. That representation would only start once you have returned the consent form and that form is filed in court. You would not be represented by the lawyers before that. Once the form is filed, you would only be represented by these attorneys for the claims raised in the complaint in this case.

Not unless you hired a lawyer. The law firm of Thomas & Solomon LLP are lawyers investigating the potential case against %entityname%. They are experienced in handling similar cases against other employers. More information about the law firm, its practices, and its lawyers'' experience is available at theemploymentattorneys.com.

Unless you choose another lawyer (see: Should I get my own Lawyer?), these attorneys would represent you in the action. That representation would only start once you have returned the consent form and a lawsuit is filed and that form is filed in court. Your claims would not be included in the lawsuit before that. Once the form is filed, you would only be represented by these attorneys for the claims raised in the complaint in this case.

Not unless you hired a lawyer. The law firm of Thomas & Solomon LLP are lawyers investigating the illegal policies in the industry. They are experienced in handling similar cases against other employers. More information about the law firm, its practices, and its lawyers'' experience is available at theemploymentattorneys.com.

On this website, the lawyers for the employees have put additional information about the case. You can also contact the Plaintiffs'' attorneys at:

Hospital Overtime Class Action Lawsuits & Investigations
Thomas & Solomon LLP
693 East Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607
877.272.4066
Contact Us

On this website, the lawyers for the employees have put additional information about the case. You can also contact the Plaintiffs'' attorneys at:

Hospital Overtime Class Action Lawsuits & Investigations
Thomas & Solomon LLP
693 East Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607
877.272.4066
Contact Us

Please note that merely contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship.

On this website, the lawyers for the employees have put additional information about the case. You can also contact the Plaintiffs'' attorneys at:

Hospital Overtime Class Action Lawsuits & Investigations
Thomas & Solomon LLP
693 East Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607
877.272.4066
Contact Us

On this website, the lawyers for the employees have put additional information about the case. You can also contact our legal team at:

Hospital Overtime Class Action Lawsuits & Investigations
Thomas & Solomon LLP
693 East Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607
877.272.4066
Contact Us

On this website, the lawyers for the employees have put additional information about the case. You can also contact the Plaintiffs'' attorneys at:

Hospital Overtime Class Action Lawsuits & Investigations
Thomas & Solomon LLP
693 East Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607
877.272.4066
Contact Us

Please note that merely contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship.

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