The Siegel Law Group and Lee & Braziel have filed a lawsuit against Schlumberger Technology Corporation (“Schlumberger“) on behalf of its former and current employees who performed oilfield inspection work (“Employees” or “Inspectors”) that Schlumberger paid, in whole or in part, on a commission basis. The putative class members in the Schlumberger Inspector Lawsuit include all tool inspectors, non-destructive testing inspectors, quality control inspectors and other individuals in similar roles paid on a commission basis that worked at Schlumberger over the past three years.
The Schlumberger Inspector lawsuit claims that Schlumberger cheated its former and current Inspectors paid on a commission basis of proper overtime because the oilfield company:
- Failed to accurately track or count hours worked by Plaintiff and other Inspectors when they earned commissions and, as a result, underreported their overtime hours; and
- Failed to pay Inspectors for all hours and overtime hours worked during their employment.
We filed the Schlumberger Inspector Lawsuit on behalf of one employee July 25, 2016.You can find a copy of the Original Complaint filed in the Schlumberger Inspector Lawsuit here.
If you are a former or current Schlumberger Inspector, we recommend that you contact us immediately about your eligibility to join this lawsuit. If you do not file a “consent” to join the lawsuit, you will not receive proceeds in this unpaid wage action.
WARNING: Schlumberger Inspectors can only recover wages dating three years back from the date they file their consent in a wage lawsuit. back three years in recovering their unpaid wages. As a result, Former Schlumberger Inspectors that fail to timely join this action, may lose money each and every day they fail to file their consent in our case.
Who is Eligible to Join the Schlumberger Inspector Lawsuit
All Employees who have worked for Schlumberger as an inspector over the past three years may be eligible for the Schlumberger Inspector lawsuit. As a result, please give us a call if you worked at Schlumberger as an Inspector at anytime over the past three years. We will discuss your eligibility about the lawsuit and will provide you with an assessment of your potential damages to allow you to make a determination regarding whether to joint the case. We invite you to call us at 214.749.1400 or toll free at 866.949.1400 to discuss your eligibility to pursue your unpaid wages.
Schlumberger Inspector Lawsuit: The Stakes Involved
Federal wage law permits eligible current and former Schlumberger Inpsectors to potentially recover double the amount of their unpaid overtime wages. Based upon current calculations for our clients, this amount of money may exceed one thousand dollars per week our clients worked at Schlumberger. If you provide us with a call, we will calculate your potential damages in this case and determine how much pay Schlumberger may end up paying you if you join this lawsuit.
Schlumberger Inspector Lawsuit: Case Information
Jack Siegel, J. Derek Braziel, and Jay Forester represent the potential class of Schlumberger Inspectors in the Schlumberger Inspector Lawsuit. The attorneys filed the lawsuit on behalf of Eric Burrus on July 25, 2016. The Schlumberger Inspector Lawsuit is currently pending in the United States District Court for North Dakota, Western Division, Case No. 1:16-cv-00274.
Schlumberger Inspector Lawsuit: Call Us
Please contact us regarding your eligibility for the Schlumberger Inspector Lawsuit. You may give us a call us at 214.749.1400 or toll free at 866.949.1400. If you prefer, you can also email Derek, Jack, or Jay at the following email addresses:
Jay Forester: email@example.com
Jack Siegel: firstname.lastname@example.org
All consultations are absolutely free. If you are eligible and decide to join the Schlumberger Inspector Lawsuit, we will take on your claim on a contingency basis. This means you owe us absolutely nothing unless we recover unpaid overtime wages for you.