Overtime Lawyer Jack Siegel eats and breathes unpaid wage & overtime lawsuits. In fact, he dedicates 100% of his practice to representing employees against employers who commit wage theft in Federal Courts throughout the United States.
A. Jack Siegel: A Passion for Wage and Hour Law
Jack’s passion for wage and hour law has its roots in his middle class upbringing in San Antonio, Texas. Jack is proud to count his own mother as a client. His mom, who worked as a customer service agent for pharmaceutical giant CVS, was fired from her position after 18 years of solid service. After her termination, Jack found out that CVS had allegedly not paid his mother and her co-workers for pre-shift work at call centers across the country. Jack now represents his mom and a potential class of over 14,000 of her customer service coworkers in a collective action currently pending in Missouri Federal Court.
B. Jack Siegel: Credentials
Jack has the credentials employees should demand when they hire an attorney to handle their wage and hour dispute. Jack attended the University of Texas at Austin. He graduated summa cum laude from the University, graduated with a flawless 4.0 GPA, and was named a “distinguished scholar” for his consistent academic excellence.
Jack followed up his exemplary career at Texas by attending the one of the top 20 Law Schools in the country. While studying at the University of Southern California’s Gould School of Law Jack served as a law journal editor on the school’s prestigious Interdisciplinary Law Journal.
During law school, Jack clerked for the Chief Judge of the Western District of Texas, Fred Biery, where he learned the ins and outs of Federal Courts in Texas. Jack utilizes his academic and practical experience while litigating overtime claims for his clients in federal court.
C. Jack Siegel: The Man, The Overtime Lawyer
Jack is a down-to-earth guy with deep roots to his native city of San Antonio. He passionately supports the sports teams that he has followed during his educational and business pursuits around the country. He proudly supports his hometown San Antonio Spurs, the football teams at both USC and Texas, and the Dallas Cowboys.
Jack has a knack for getting along with all of his clients ranging from his oilfield clients out of West Texas to his banking clients from Florida, Colorado, and California. Jack prides himself on not “acting like a lawyer” and let’s opposing counsel have it when they try to adversely impact his clients’ rights.