Wage and Hour

Are Salaried Employees Entitled to Overtime?

By Jonathan Roven on June 30, 2017 - Comments off

There is a misconception that if a person is getting paid a salary that they are exempt from overtime. That is completely not the case. The only thing that a person being paid a salary means is that they’re paid a fixed amount per year (subject to exceptions). Just because a person is being paid […]

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Chung v Teru – Employment Case Settles

By Jonathan Roven on August 3, 2016 - Comments off

Chung was working at a sushi restaurant where he was getting paid unfairly. This is not surprising for a Los Angeles wage and hour lawyer to hear… He was not getting paid adequate overtime and his itemized wage statements were incorrect. He was also being deducted for meals that he was not benefiting from. Shortly […]

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wage and Hour – Restaurant Case

By Jonathan Roven on April 20, 2016 - Comments off

Clients came by my office today on a wage and hour case from one of the first trials I won. Glad to see smiles on their faces. My clients were working at a Chinese restaurant out in North Hollywood, being paid below minimum wage and working several hours of overtime for years. The defendants were […]

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