In August of 2018, SGB filed a class action lawsuit against Bulwark Construction, Inc. alleging that it failed to provide and tell Plaintiffs of their right to sick and safe time or what it could be used for, and failed to provide employees with notice of their rights under PSST Ordinance.
In May 2018, along with Corey Kane of Lacy Kane in Wenatchee, SGB filed a class action lawsuit in Chelan County Superior Court on behalf of hourly workers for Confluence Health alleging that Confluence Health’s time clock rounding policy, as implemented, violated the Washington Minimum Wage Act.
In December 2017, SGB filed a class action lawsuit against Damco alleging that it misclassified Operations Supervisors at its Sumner, Washington warehouse as exempt from overtime compensation under the Washington Minimum Wage Act.
In April 2017, SGB filed a class action lawsuit against DirecTV LLC (now known as AT&T, Inc.) for failing to pay its service/installation technicians for all hours worked, including time spent driving to job sites, attending meetings, and restocking vehicles.
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.
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.
In January 2018, along with Columbia Legal Services in Wenatchee, SGB filed a class action lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington on behalf of over 600 H-2A farm workers who worked at Sarbanand Farms in 2017.
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.