Srourian Law Firm Files Class Action Lawsuit Against Nautilus Hyosung America For Violation Of Federal Labor Standards Act And Related Claims

Srourian Law Firm has filed a federal putative class action on behalf of former and current employees of the Nautilus Hyosung America. The lawsuit alleges that Nautilus Hyosung America, the leading provider of retail delivery products to the banking industry, violated various labor code provisions, including failure to pay minimum wage, failure to compensate for “on-call” time, failure to pay overtime, failure to provide meal and rest breaks, and violation of California Private Attorney General Act among several other violations.

The lawsuit was mentioned by North California Record, which is owned by the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform. You can read North California Record’s coverage by clicking here.

The class action lawsuit alleges that Nautilus Hyosung America’s conduct violates federal and California labor laws. The suit seeks actual damages for unpaid wages, in addition to penalties, interest, attorneys’ fees, and punitive damages.

Srourian Law Firm, with locations in Los Angeles, Westwood, Woodland Hills, and Orange County is aggressively pursuing claims against Nautilus Hyosung America. If you or someone you know works or has worked for Nautilus Hyosung America, you may be entitled to compensation as a part of the class action lawsuit. Please contact us to speak with one of our lawyers for a free consultation.