Interns Say Rolling Stone, Others Failed To Pay Them

By Aaron Vehling (January 27, 2015, 12:42 PM EST) -- Former interns of Rolling Stone, retailer Lacoste and fashion firm The House of Z LLC each kicked off the latest round of wage-and-hour class actions in a New York state court, accusing the companies of unlawfully denying interns a minimum wage.

Rolling Stone magazine's parent company, Wenner Media LLC, along with The House of Z, owned by fashion designer Zac Posen, and Lacoste parent Devanlay US Inc. were each hit with prospective class actions accusing them of violating state labor laws since at least January 2009 by misclassifying their interns as exempt from earning minimum wage and subsequently not paying them....

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