Blunt v. Dialpad, Inc. C.A. 1:22-cv-1389, United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, Austin Division
Account Executives, Business Development Representatives, and/or Sales Development Representatives (Plaintiffs) have lodged demands against Dialpad for unpaid overtime. These Plaintiffs allege they worked in excess of 40 hours each week without receiving overtime pay. These Plaintiffs further allege that although they were paid on a salary basis, they were still eligible for overtime because they were improperly classified as exempt employees.
This is a collective action by an individual plaintiff, and others similarly situated, against their employer, Dialpad, Inc., for unpaid wages pursuant to the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Ross • Scalise Employment Lawyers are still accepting new claims from current or former Dialpad Account Executives, Business Development Representatives and/or Sales Development Representatives from anywhere in the country who worked unpaid overtime in the past 3 years.
To read the Complaint in its entirety, click here: Blunt v. Dialpad, Inc.
Type of Case
Am I eligible?
You may be eligible to make a claim if you worked as an Account Executive, Business Development Representative, and/or Sales Development Representative in the last 3 years and were not paid for all of the overtime hours you worked (over 40 hours/week). Please reach out to case manager Jon D. Rankin at (512) 379-5981 or email@example.com to confirm if you are eligible.
Which locations are included?
Account Executives, Business Development Representatives, and/or Sales Development Representatives who work or have worked for Dialpad in any state across the country within the past 3 years may make a demand for overtime wages.
How do I make a claim?
In order to make a claim, you must sign a Consent Form.
What timeframe does this matter cover?
There is a statute of limitations, which allows workers to recover unpaid overtime wages within specific time periods. Under federal law, the statute of limitation is two to three years back from when we file your demand.
Do I have to pay anything?
We are handling these matters on a contingency fee basis. This means we will only be paid if we are successful in obtaining relief either through a settlement, award, or a final judgment, and that payment will only come out of that settlement, award, or final judgment and not your pocket.
How do I prove if I worked overtime?
We will assist you with your claim even if you do not have records. If you have records of the hours you worked, please preserve and keep them until we ask you for them. The provisions of the FLSA and supporting case law make maintaining and keeping records the responsibility of Dialpad. Thus, we request your records from Dialpad as part of our investigation into your claim. Even if you do not have records or believe that no records exist of your time worked, we suggest submitting your claim for review as this will not prevent you from participating in the Collective or potentially recovering your overtime wages.
Can I be retaliated against for making this claim?
It is against the law for an employer to retaliate against a person for making a claim for unpaid wages. If you currently work for Dialpad and you believe you may be the victim of retaliation, contact the case agent, Jon D. Rankin at (512) 379-5981 or firstname.lastname@example.org immediately.
How long will this take?
The length of these matters varies but can typically last one to two years.
Is there money available now?
No. These matters are ongoing. There is no money currently available and there is no guarantee you will receive money.
How can I help?
Spread the word. If you know of any Account Executives, Business Development Representatives and/or Sales Development Representatives interested in making a demand for unpaid overtime, they should contact the case agent, Jon D. Rankin at (512) 379-5981 or email@example.com to sign up. They can also complete our online Consent Form and we will be in touch.
I have additional questions.
To learn more, feel free to contact the case agent, Jon D. Rankin at (512) 379-5981 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
January 11, 2023
Account Executives, Business Development Representatives, and Sales Development Representatives Launch Demands for Overtime Pay from Dialpad, Inc.
On December 30th, a former Account Executive and others similarly situated “Plaintiffs” filed a case against Dialpad, Inc. for unpaid overtime wages.
The initial plaintiff brought his claim individually and on behalf of similarly situated employees who worked as Account Executives, Business Development Representatives, and/or Sales Development Representatives for Dialpad, Inc. during the past three years. The Complaint alleges these individuals worked in excess of 40 hours each workweek, but were not paid overtime for their work, resulting in unpaid overtime wages.
Plaintiffs’ attorney, Charles Scalise of Ross • Scalise Employment Lawyers, explained the Plaintiffs typically worked in excess of 40 hours each workweek, and even though they were paid on a salary basis, they were not exempt from overtime pay.
This case was filed as a collective action by the private right of action conferred in 29 U.S.C. § 201, et seq. Plaintiffs seek damages for unpaid overtime, liquidated damages, and a reasonable attorney’s fee and costs.
Ross • Scalise Employment Lawyers is accepting as new clients current and former Dialpad, Inc. Account Executives, Business Development Representatives, and/or Sales Development Representatives from anywhere in the country who worked unpaid overtime hours in the past three years. For additional information about how to make a claim, visit www.rosslawgroup.com/dialpad-inc.
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