Teijin Automotive Technologies
Plaintiff vs. Teijin Automotive Technologies Texas
Case No. 5:23-cv-670
The skilled overtime attorneys at Ross Scalise Employment Lawyers have initiated a lawsuit against Teijin Automotive Technologies, on behalf of hourly employees.
Employees have lodged demands against Teijin Automotive Technologies for unpaid overtime. These employees allege they worked more than 40 hours each week without receiving overtime pay. Employee and all others similarly situated, 1) occupied the positions of Team Lead, Press Operator, Production Operator, Paint Production Operator, Clerk or Shipping and Receiving Production Engineer, Quality Engineer, Tool Crib Attendant, Attendance Taker; 2) did not hold a position considered exempt under the FLSA; 3) were paid on an hourly basis; and 4) did not receive the appropriate overtime pay for all hours worked over 40 in a week.
This is a collective action by the Plaintiff and others similarly situated against his employers for unpaid overtime wages according to the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Ross • Scalise Employment Lawyers are still accepting new claims for Teijin Automotive Technologies employees from anywhere in the country who worked unpaid overtime in the past three years.
Am I eligible?
You may be eligible to make a claim if you worked as a Team Lead, Press Operator, Production Operator, Paint Production Operator, Clerk or Shipping and Receiving Production Engineer, Quality Engineer, Tool Crib Attendant, or Attendance Taker for Teijin Automotive Technologies in the last three 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 firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm if you are eligible.
What is a collective action?
A collective action is a type of lawsuit recognized under federal law. The concept of a collective action allows a single person or a group to bring a legal suit on behalf of themselves and others who have similar complaints. However, before proceeding as a group, the Court must authorize the collective action. As the case is still in its early stages, this authorization has not been granted yet. Nevertheless, we plan to either negotiate with the company or file a motion with the Court at the appropriate time to request for conditional certification.
Which locations are included?
Team Leads, Press Operators, Production Operators, Paint Production Operators, Clerks or Shipping and Receiving Production Engineers, Quality Engineers, Tool Crib Attendants, or Attendance Takers who work for or have worked for Teijin Automotive Technologies 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?
If you have records of the hours you worked, please preserve and keep them until we ask you for them. However, you do not need to have records of your work hours to make a claim for your overtime pay. If Teijin Automotive Technologies did not keep accurate time records, you are permitted to make a good-faith estimate of your work hours. We will seek any records the company may have of your hours worked as well.
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 Teijin Automotive Technologies and you believe you may be the victim of retaliation, contact the case agent,Jon D. Rankin at (512) 379-5981 or email@example.com 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 that you will receive money.
How can I help?
If you know any Team Leads, Press Operators, Production Operators, Paint Production Operators, Clerks or Shipping and Receiving Production Engineers, Quality Engineers, Tool Crib Attendants, or Attendance Takers interested in making a demand for unpaid overtime, they should contact the case agent, Jon Rankin at (512) 379-5981 or firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
They can also complete our online Consent Form and we will be in touch.
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