O’Brien brings suit for overtime pay against local boat and motorcycle retailer

In May 2014, O’Brien Law Firm filed suit on behalf of a former employee of Central Texas PowerSports, on account of the company failing to pay all overtime due to her under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (overtime law), as claimed in the suit. Overtime cases are some of the most important cases handled by the O’Brien firm – as employees should be paid every penny that they are due under the law while they are working hard to make money for someone else. One the issues in that case that comes up frequently is where an employee who is not exempt from the requirement of +40 hours overtime pay is paid a salary. Then, when that employee is working evenings and weekends to keep up for the employer, that time may be compensable and often puts the employee over 40 hours for the week. That lawsuit is currently pending in the federal Western District of Texas. 

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Federal court grants overtime claim notice to 145 Etech Global Services employees

On June 13, 2019, Judge Jane Boyle of the United States Federal District Court for the Northern District of Texas, Dallas Division, granted the O’Brien Law Firm’s request (working with co-counsel Kay Goggin of the Goggin Law Firm of Dallas) to send “notice to participate” to 145 current and former Etech chat representative employees who […]

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O’Brien Law Firm sues Peravacio, Inc. a second time, for unpaid compensation

On July 9, 2019, the O’Brien Law Firm sued Pervacio, Inc. for the second time, to recover substantial unpaid compensation for one of its former executives. Pervacio, Inc. is led by founder and CEO Sanjay Kanodia. The O’Brien Law Firm previously sued Pervacio, Inc. and successfully recovered $93,000 for the firm’s client from Pervacio’s bank account […]

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