Jones Lang Accused Of Altering Time Cards To Avoid OT Pay

Law360, Houston (August 13, 2012, 8:41 PM EDT) -- An employee of Jones Lang LaSalle Americas Inc. launched a proposed collective action on Wednesday in Texas federal court, alleging that the commercial real estate giant altered records to cheat workers who routinely worked more than 40 hours per week out of overtime pay.

Putative lead plaintiff Larry Jackson claims that earlier this year Jones Lang reclassified his position from salaried to hourly, but avoided paying him overtime by altering records and simply refusing to pay, violating the Fair Labor Standards Act.

“Plaintiff’s manager has either...
To view the full article, register now.

Documents

Related

Sections

Case Information

Case Title

Jackson v. Jones Lang LaSalle Americans Inc


Case Number

3:12-cv-02700

Court

Texas Northern

Nature of Suit

Labor: Fair Standards

Judge

Jane J Boyle

Date Filed

August 8, 2012

Law Firms

Companies

UK Financial Services

UK Financial Services

Read Our Latest UK Financial Services Coverage

Financial Services Law360 UK provides breaking news and analysis on the financial sector. Coverage includes UK and European Union policy, enforcement, and litigation involving banks, asset management firms, and other financial services organizations.