Along with attorney Brian Buchanan, SGB filed suit against Cascade Corporation, a leading manufacturer of forklift attachments, alleging that Cascade systematically paid overtime late in violation of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act.
SGB filed suit against Confluence Health in January 2020, alleging that Confluence failed to provide nurses and other staff with two meal periods as required by Washington law for scheduled shifts of 12 hours or more.
Along with attorney Jim Pizl, SGB filed suit against Domino’s Pizza in September 2020, alleging that Domino’s failed to pay overtime wages to its commercial truck drivers operating out of Washington state.
In September 2017, SGB filed a class action lawsuit against Eastside for Hire, Inc. and its Owners for their failure to uphold the terms of contracts with taxi and for-hire service Drivers.
SGB has filed a class action lawsuit in King County Superior Court in Kent, Washington, alleging that Extra Car Airport Parking failed to pay its employees the new minimum wage rate of $15 per hour established under the SeaTac Municipal Code.
Along with co-counsel Dan Johnson, SGB prosecuted a class action lawsuit in King County Superior Court alleging that Garda failed to provide its armored car drivers and guards with rest and meal breaks.
Along with attorneys Andrew Free, Devin Theriot-Orr, and Meena Mentor, SGB filed suit against the GEO Group, Inc. in September 2017, alleging that GEO violated the Washington Minimum Wage Act by not paying minimum hourly wages to civil immigration detainees who worked for GEO in its voluntary work program at the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma, Washington.
SGB filed suit against Home Depot in June 2020, alleging that Home Depot failed to provide in-store supervisors and specialists working in Washington state with legally compliant rest and meal breaks meal periods as required by Washington law.
In March 2019, SGB filed a class action lawsuit in King County Superior Court against Johnson Controls Fire Protection, LP on behalf of sprinkler inspectors, fire sprinkler systems inspectors, fire service technicians and employees who held similar job classifications alleging that Johnson Controls failed to pay prevailing wage rates for work done at public facilities, including overtime.
Along with attorney Gregg Greenberg, SGB filed suit against 728 LLC dba “Kittens Cabaret” in August 2020, alleging that Kittens Cabaret misclassified exotic dancers as independent contractors, rather than employees, under Washington law.
Along with Terrell Marshall Law Group, SGB represents a class of security guards who worked for Oatridge Security Group at a number of customer sites between 2014 and the present.
In June 2018, SGB filed a class action lawsuit against Domino’s franchisees in the Spokane area: Pacific Pie, Liberty Pizza, and Shane Anderson. We allege that the franchisees failed to pay pizza delivery drivers for all the hours they worked and violated rules requiring lunch breaks.
In April 2019, along with Jim Pizl of Entente Law Group in Puyallup, we filed a class action lawsuit in King County Superior Court on behalf of dialysis nurses or those in similar positions with similar duties who worked for Total Renal Care and did not receive their statutory meal periods.