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Labor and Employment - Fair Labor Standards Act
Mr. Murov and Ms. Hayes obtained summary dismissal of Jose Rodriguez's allegations that he was a non-exempt employee entitled to overtime from R&L Carriers Shared Services. Federal District Court Judge K. Michael Moore in the Southern District of Florida held that Rodriguez performed enough mechanic work to be covered by the Motor Carrier Exemption to the Fair Labor Standards Act and, accordingly, was not entitled to overtime.
Jose Rodriguez v. R&L Carriers Shared Services, L.L.C., USDC EDFL, No. 09-23176-CIV-MOORE/SIMONTON.
Mr. Murov successfully handled this Fair Labor Standards collective action and sex discrimination case to a successful conclusion.
Darlene Fousek, et al. v. R&L Carriers Shared Services, LLC and Ronald Elliott
, United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, No. 06-60356-CIV-COOKE/BROWN.
Mr. Murov successfully handled this Fair Labor Standards Act collective action for allegedly working off the clock.
Kimberly A. England, et al. v. New Century Financial Corporation, et al.
, No. 03-360-B-M1, consolidated with
James Gray, et al. v. New Century Financial Corporation, et al.
, No. 03-759-B-M2.
Mr. Murov successfully handled this class action, Fair Labor Standards Act collective action for alleged misclassification of claims adjusters.
Kelly Marie Camp, etc. v. The Progressive Corporation, et al.
, USDC, ED La. No. 01-2680-K(4).
Mr. Murov handled this matter. An overtime liability judgment under the Fair Labor Standards Act was reversed and remanded on appeal.
Brock v. Two-R Drilling Co., Inc.
, 789 F.2d 1177 (5th Cir. 1986).