Advocates for Workers and Their Families
Employment law violations often affect large numbers of workers. Employers may institute policies that break state and federal laws regarding minimum wage, overtime pay, family and medical benefits and other protections for employees. These violations can lead to legal action. Class action lawsuits allow groups of employees to band together in holding an employer accountable. At Costello & Mains, LLC, our attorneys represent employees whose rights have been violated. We have the experience, resources and skill to handle even the largest and most complex employment law class actions. Attorneys Kevin Costello and Drake Bearden are certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as civil trial attorneys. Less than 3% of New Jersey attorneys are certified. We are experts in the field of civil litigation and we are dedicated advocates for workers and their families.
Wage And Hour Class Action Against Houlihan’s Restaurants
A.C.E. Restaurant Group is a franchise operator with more than a dozen Houlihan’s restaurants in New Jersey. In some cases, it appears that servers at A.C.E. Restaurant Group franchises were illegally denied minimum wages. If you have worked as a server at a Houlihan’s location in New Jersey in the past three years, you may have been affected. Learn More
During the past two years, have you worked for TD Bank at any branch in the United States as an Assistant Teller Manager or Assistant Teller Services Manager? If so, were you paid overtime for hours that you worked over 40 in a week? If you worked overtime without compensation because TD bank told you that you were exempt from overtime or not entitled to overtime, you may be entitled to receive back overtime pay. Contact Costello & Mains, LLC for a free consultation.
Home Health Care Workers
Have you, in the last two years, worked as an hourly paid home health care worker or home health care aide and been required to work off the clock or been denied overtime? Has your employer expected you to perform tasks like bathing patients, preparing meals or snacks, doing laundry or giving medication reminders off the clock? Have you worked more than 40 hours in a week without being paid overtime? If so, please contact our law firm immediately.
Compassionate Health Care Litigation
If you worked as a home health care aide or worker for Compassionate Healthcare at any location starting in August 2013 and were denied overtime or forced to work off the clock, please contact our law firm immediately to discuss participating in current litigation against Compassionate Healthcare in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, docket number 1:15-5894.