Truck Drivers bring FLSA minimum wage lawsuit in Federal Court

Earlier this week, Swartz Swidler, LLC, an employment law firm based in Cherry Hill, NJ which focuses on nationwide FLSA litigation, filed a lawsuit the federal court in Dallas, Texas asserting FLSA violations committed by Stevens Transport.

According to the lawsuit filed in Northern District of Texas, Stevens Transport violated the law by failing to pay its drivers for certain compensable time spent during their training program, including for time logged in a sleeper berth and for some compensable rest periods.

Swartz Swidler, LLC has focuses a significant amount of effort in fighting for wages of over-the-road truck drivers.  The Firm is currently litigating cases against Werner and C.R. England.  For more information regarding the lawsuit against Stevens Transport, you can visit visit the official Stevens Transport Class Action website.

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