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Winthrop-University Hospital Association

Winthrop-University Hospital Association
November 23, 2013 Law Offices of Louis Ginsberg

Law Firm Of Louis Ginsberg, P.C. And McLaughlin & Stern File Class Action Lawsuit Against Winthrop-University Hospital Association

Summary

11/23/2012 New York

On November 23, 2012, The Law Offices Of Louis Ginsberg, P.C. And McLaughlin and Stern filed a Class Action Lawsuit alleging violations of New York Labor Law by Winthrop Hospital and certain of its officers and/or directors. The Class Action was commenced on November 23, 2012 in the Supreme Court of the State of New York-Queens County on behalf patient care associates who allege that they were not paid straight time and overtime wages for work done off-the-clock during meal break periods and before and after their shifts. If you feel that you have not been paid for all of your working time or that you are owed wages or overtime pay or if you believe that you have been unlawfully fired or harassed, call today to discuss your case at 1-800-LOST-JOB (1-800-567-8562) or at 1-877-4WAGESLAW (1-877-492-4375) or email us for your FREE CONSULTATION.

December 11, 2012

New York, NY — A class action lawsuit has been filed against Winthrop-University Hospital Association (“Winthrop”) in the Supreme Court of New York, Queens County, Index #23479/12, alleging that the hospital violated New York labor laws by routinely requiring patient care associates to work without proper compensation.

The suit alleges that Winthrop regularly requires its patient care associates to work before and after scheduled shifts, as well as during meal breaks, but does not properly compensate them for all hours worked or for overtime pay. By bringing this suit, the attorneys listed below hope to end that practice and recover the wages and overtime pay each patient care associate is due under the law.

Press Release

December 11, 2012

New York, NY — A class action lawsuit has been filed against Winthrop-University Hospital Association (“Winthrop”) in the Supreme Court of New York, Queens County, Index #23479/12, alleging that the hospital violated New York labor laws by routinely requiring patient care associates to work without proper compensation.

The suit alleges that Winthrop regularly requires its patient care associates to work before and after scheduled shifts, as well as during meal breaks, but does not properly compensate them for all hours worked or for overtime pay. By bringing this suit, the attorneys listed below hope to end that practice and recover the wages and overtime pay each patient care associate is due under the law.

If you work or have worked at Winthrop in the state of New York and served as a patient care associate, you may request to be included in the proposed class action.  Please contact McLaughlin & Stern, LLP or the Law Firm of Louis Ginsberg, PC, for any questions you have about the action.

  • Lee S. Shalov McLaughlin & Stern, L.L.P. 260 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10016 (646) 278-4298
  • Louis Ginsberg Law Firm of Louis Ginsberg, P.C. 1613 Northern Boulevard Roslyn, New York 11576 (516) 625-0105 x. 13 or 1-877-4WAGESLAW (1-877-492-4375)

Join This Action

If you feel that you have not been paid for all of your working time or that you are owed wages or overtime pay or if you believe that you have been unlawfully fired or harassed, call today to discuss your case at 1-800-LOST-JOB (1-800-567-8562) or at 1-877-4WAGESLAW (1-877-492-4375) or email us for your FREE CONSULTATION.

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