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Pennsylvania Western

Nature of Suit:

Labor: Fair Standards


William S. Stickman



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  1. March 07, 2023

    Pa. Pot Co. Can't Ax Drivers' Overtime Wage Suit

    A Pennsylvania medical cannabis company can't escape a lawsuit brought by former delivery drivers who claim it misclassified them as independent contractors and denied them overtime wages, a federal judge found Tuesday, saying the drivers sufficiently backed up their claims that they should have been considered full employees.

  2. February 01, 2023

    Drivers Argue Pa. Pot Co. Still Owes Them OT Wages

    Former delivery drivers for a Pennsylvania medical cannabis company told a federal court that their claims that they were unlawfully misclassified as independent contractors and denied overtime wages are strong enough to survive a dismissal bid.

  3. January 10, 2023

    Marijuana Cos. Seek Exit From Revised Overtime Wage Suit

    Medical marijuana delivery drivers pursuing overtime pay claims failed to establish that a group of pot growers and processors were either related to each other or were employers with control over workers, the companies told a Pennsylvania federal court.

  4. October 24, 2022

    Marijuana Co. Urges Toss Of Drivers' Misclassification Suit

    Federal law doesn't cover five delivery drivers' lawsuit alleging a medical marijuana grower and processor misclassified them as independent contractors because the workers didn't engage in interstate commerce, the company said, urging a Pennsylvania federal judge to ax the suit.

  5. August 15, 2022

    Drivers Sue Pa. Medical Marijuana Co. For Wage Theft

    A Pennsylvania medical marijuana grower and processor misclassified its workers as independent contractors in an effort to avoid paying overtime, according to a lawsuit filed in federal court Friday.