This lawsuit is brought on behalf of current and former non-exempt, employees employed by ITG as Technicians, during the time-period March 21, 2016, through the present, throughout the United States.
This lawsuit was filed against ITG on March 21, 2019, in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California.
This litigation alleges, among other things, that ITG’s current and former employees who worked as Technicians:
- failed to receive payment for all hours worked, including, without limitation, for time spent working off-the-clock before and after scheduled shifts, and for time spent working during meal and rest breaks; and
- failed to receive all piece-rate compensation to which they earned;
- failed to receive all wages owed to them, including straight-time and overtime pay for all hours worked; and
- that ITG failed to make, keep, and preserve required accurate records of all hours worked by the employees.
Plaintiffs seek to recover payment for all hours worked, including payment for unpaid straight time and overtime, and minimum wage violations, including interest thereon, statutory penalties and liquidated damages, reasonable attorneys’ fees, and litigation costs on behalf of themselves and all similarly situated workers. The Court has conditionally certified this case in order to authorize notice of this lawsuit to be sent to all current and former employees who have been employed as a Technician in the United States during the time period of March 21, 2016 through the present.
ITG denies all allegations in this lawsuit. ITG contends that it has paid you and all of its technicians properly. ITG also contends that you are subject to a valid and enforceable arbitration agreement.
Although the United States District Court for the Northern District of California has authorized the sending of this Notice, the Court expresses no opinion regarding the merits of Plaintiffs’ claims or ITG’s defenses.