SuperMedia Overtime Lawsuit

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What is this lawsuit about?

Former inside salespersons for Supermedia have filed this class action lawsuit to recover unpaid overtime wages under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”), 29 U.S.C. § 201, et seq.

The lawsuit alleges that Supermedia did not accurately record and track all of the hours worked by all of the Plaintiffs in violation of the FLSA.  In addition, although both the FLSA and its regulations require commissions to be included within the regular rate of pay for the purpose of determining overtime pay, the suit further alleges that Defendants did not include earned commissions by Plaintiffs in their regular rate of pay during their employment with Defendants.

The court has set trial for September 2, 2014 for the class action Jones, et al. v. Supermedia, Inc. et al. case, in the court room of federal judge Jane Boyle in Dallas, Texas. We anticipate the trial to last several days, possibly a couple of weeks, depending on how the judge decides to proceed. On this page, you can view the judge’s Order granting the Plaintiffs’ Motion to Conditionally Certify a Collective Action.

The court has set trial for October 6, 2014 for the 2nd case, Larivee, et al. v. Supermedia, Inc. et al., also in the court room of federal judge Jane Boyle in Dallas, Texas. We anticipate the trial to last several days.

Please continue to check this site as updates in the cases will be posted regularly.

PDF: Order Granting Class Cert and Denying Motion to Dismiss