Currently, our attorneys have several ongoing cases and additional information is available by contacting one of our attorneys, or via searching the public domain for Kingsley & Kingsley.
If you would like more information on our current cases, please contact us. We represent a myriad of individuals in different industries on a number of cases here in California.
Below is a sample of the type of cases we work on for California workers being wronged by his or her employer.
Examples | Past Cases
VSS: In this case, the Plaintiff alleges that Defendant Valley Slurry Seal failed to provide employees with meal and rest breaks under California law, failed to provide accurately itemized wage statements, failed to accurately report total hours worked by employees, and failed to pay prevailing wages on public works projects. The case was tried before Judge McGuire and was fully briefed as of August 30, 2013. We expect a decision by Thanksgiving 2013.
JK Communications: Defendant is a telecommunication company that Plaintiff alleges did not pay proper travel time. In addition, plaintiff contends that meal and rest breaks were not provided. Plaintiff is in the process of contacting class member and will be filing the motion to certify by May 2014.
Abercrombie & Fitch: This case is for unpaid rest breaks for shifts between 3 1/2 and 4 hours, 6 to 8 hours, and 10 to 12 hours. Plaintiff contends that Abercrombie did not properly advise employees of the right to take these breaks.
Fry’s: This case alleges that Fry’s failed to pay wages and overtime, failed to provide its hourly employees with rest breaks under California law, and failed to provide accurately itemized wage statements and accurately report total hours worked by employees. The Parties are conducting discovery and the case is set for trial in June of 2014.
Giumarra: This case alleges that Defendant Giumarra violated the Migrant and Seasonal Worker Protection Act, breached contracts with employees, failed to pay wages and/or overtime pay, failed to reimburse for expenses, failed to provide meal and rest breaks under California law, and failed to keep accurate information. Trial is currently set for April 3, 2012.