White Jacobs & Associates Overtime Lawsuit

The Siegel Law Group PLLC recently filed a federal overtime lawsuit against White, Jacobs & Associates, Inc. (“White Jacobs & Associates”) challenging the company’s policy of classifying its Consumer Credit Analysts as exempt from overtime. The White Jacobs & Associates Overtime Lawsuit alleges that White Jacobs & Associates violated the Fair Labor Standards Act by systematically failing to pay their Consumer Credit Analysts overtime and minimum wage in compliance with federal law.

According to the Plaintiffs’ attorneys, their clients seek the following damages:

  • Payment time-and-one-half for all hours worked by consumer credit analysts in excess of 40 in a work week
  • Payment of minimum wage in weeks in which credit repair analysts earned less than $7.25 per hour

Former and current White, Jacobs & Associates’ Consumer Credit analysts are encouraged to call the Siegel Law Group about their claims. They can call or text (yes, we do that for your convenience) (214) 790-4454 to set up a free consultation to discuss their eligibility.

If the former credit analysts win the lawsuit, they could be owed a great deal of money. In order to quantify the amount a potential plaintiff could earn by joining this lawsuit, we will present two scenarios.

Scenario 1: Credit Analyst Earns $1,200 in a Week & Worked 60 Hours

$1,200/60 hours= $20 per hour
$20 per hour/2= $10 per hour of overtime
$10 per hour x 20 hours of overtime= $200 for that week
This employee may also be entitled to liquidated damages, which would allow for his or her damages for that week to be doubled to $400 per week.

Scenario 2: Credit Analyst Earns $0 in a Week & Worked 60 Hours

The client could potentially be entitled to minimum wage for his first 40 hours and time-and-one-half minimum wage for the additional 20 hours:

$7.25/hour x 40= $290
$10.875 (overtime) x 20 (hours of overtime)= $217.50
$290 + $217.50=$507.50, but potentially $1015 if liquidated damages found.

These numbers are hypotheticals and meant illustrative purposes only. Please give us a call to understand the potential recovery of your individual claims.

White Jacobs & Associates Overtime Lawsuit: Act Now To Maximize Recovery

The statute of limitations for overtime claims is two to three years. If you worked for White Jacobs & Associates as a Consumer Credit Analyst, you may lose money everyday you wait to join this lawsuit.  The law only allows employees to collect unpaid overtime wages dating back three years from the time a plaintiff joins an overtime lawsuit.

White Jacobs & Associates Overtime Lawsuit: Act Now To Maximize Recovery

Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, Consumer Credit Analysts are arguably non-exempt employees owed minimum wage and overtime in addition to the commission payments they earn with a company. The White Jacobs & Associates Overtime Lawsuit alleges that the collective class of Consumer Credit Analysts will include all current and former White Jacobs & Associates’ consumer credit analysts (or other employees performing the same functions) whose primary duties included calling, soliciting and selling credit repair services over the telephone to consumers throughout the country.

White Jacobs & Associates Overtime Lawsuit: Act Now To Maximize Recovery

The statute of limitations for overtime claims is two to three years. If you worked for White Jacobs & Associates as a Consumer Credit Analyst, you may lose money everyday you wait to join this lawsuit.  The law only allows employees to collect unpaid overtime wages dating back three years from the time a plaintiff joins an overtime lawsuit.

Who’s eligible to join the White, Jacobs & Associates Overtime Lawsuit?

If you worked as a White Jacobs & Associates consumer credit analyst within the last three years and were not paid overtime and/or minimum wage, you may be eligible to join the White Jacobs & Associates Overtime lawsuit to recover your unpaid wages.

White, Jacobs & Associates Overtime Lawsuit: Potential Overtime Recovery

Federal wage law may permit eligible White Jacobs & Associates consumer credit analysts to recover double the amount of their unpaid minimum wages and overtime wages. Current and former Consumer Credit Analysts can seek unpaid wages for up to three years from the date the current or former employee joins the case. As a result, it’s important that current and former Consumer Credit Analysts act quickly to join the case in order to maximize their potential recovery.

White, Jacobs & Associates Overtime Lawsuit: Case Information

Jack Siegel of the Siegel Law Group & Susanne Sullivan of the Law Office of Susanne K. Sullivan represent the putative class of Consumer Credit Analysts in the White Jacobs & Associates Lawsuit. The attorneys originally filed the lawsuit on behalf of Kelli Fustos and all similarly situated Consumer Credit Analysts on August 4, 2015. The lawsuit is currently pending in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas, Case No. 3:15-cv-02572-P.

White, Jacobs & Associates Overtime Lawsuit: Call Our Dallas Overtime Attorneys

Please complete the confidential information form found below and we will contact you to discuss the lawsuit and your eligibility for the White Jacobs & Associates Overtime Lawsuit. You may also call or text (yes, we do that for your convenience) the Siegel Law Group to discuss you claim at (214) 790-4454.

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