NBC, Sony Face OT Suit Over PA Workers On 'The Blacklist'

Law360, Los Angeles (September 16, 2015, 10:13 PM EDT) -- Employees tasked with defending parking spaces for the production vehicles of the NBCUniversal show "The Blacklist" accused the companies who make the show, including Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc., of cheating them out of overtime pay and altering their paychecks, according to a New York federal suit entered Wednesday.

Plaintiffs Corey Leach and Anthony Jacob filed the class and collective action alleging Fair Labor Standards Act violations on behalf of parking production assistants, who can spend several consecutive days at a time holding spaces for production trucks in New York City without breaks, according to the suit.

The PAs worked four to...

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