A proposed class action lawsuit is pending against Federal Express Corporation (“FedEx”). The case was filed on behalf of all California-based current and former hourly-paid non-exempt employees who worked for FedEx at any time since January 23, 2015. This letter will provide you with further information regarding this lawsuit. A copy of the Complaint can be requested from Richard E. Quintilone II Esq.
The lawsuit alleges that FedEx has failed to pay their employees for all wages earned under the FLSA, failed to provide and/or pay their employees for all meal periods and/or rest breaks, failed to timely furnish the employees with accurate, itemized and legal wage statements; failed to timely provide the employees with all final pay due to them at time of termination; failed to provide and maintain uniforms and equipment, and other derivative allegations.
Quintilone & Associates (www.quintlaw.com) and Cohelan Khoury & SInger (the attorneys for the individual who filed the case), have a duty to represent the best interests of the current and former FedEx employees, by making our best attempts to obtain as much compensation as we can for them for the claims in this lawsuit. Our firms’ primary work is class actions and we have successfully prosecuted many employment law and consumer fraud class action cases. You also have the right to obtain your own attorney in this matter.
FedEx’s attorneys and/or investigators may contact you to discuss and/or obtain written statements from you regarding issues in this lawsuit. If you choose to speak with them, please remember that they do not represent your interests as a potential class member and are adverse to your position. They have an obligation to defend FedEx by reducing the value of the wage claims of the employees. Anything you say to them can and will be used against you in court.
We would like to speak with current and former FedEx employees who have not previously contacted our offices, with no obligation and no cost to you. We believe you would like to know more about this lawsuit, so please contact us. Please know that we do not intend to voluntarily disclose, without a Court Order, the fact that you contacted us, or anything we discuss, to FedEx or its attorneys.
Please contact us by calling 949.458.9675, e-mailing (
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com) or faxing (949.45.9679) our office. We look forward to hearing from you and appreciate your consideration in assisting your fellow employees receive the wages and compensation you deserve.
Investigation and Counsel Involved
In furtherance of our investigation efforts, we are looking to interview other employees who experienced similar mistreatment or former employees or former assistant managers who have information regarding this conduct. If you have any questions regarding this case please contact:
California employers are prohibited from retaliating against employees who participate in wage and hour complaints or investigations. If you feel you have been retaliated against, please feel free to contact any of the above-listed law firms or the California Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Labor Standards Enforcement for information. http://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/HowToFileRetaliationComplaint.htm
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