Current Lawsuits

Our Current Cases

ABB CON-CISE OPTICAL

Late paid wages

Autozoners LLC

Late paid wages

Bolla Operating Corp

Unpaid Spread of Hours

Contract Pharmacal Corp

Late paid wages

Excell Communications

Late paid wages

Graphics Service Bureau

Late paid wages
Failure to pay overtime

Kedrion Biopharma

Late paid wages

Regerneron Pharmaceuticals

Late paid wages

Riverside Premier Rehabilitation and Healing Center

Late paid wages

Our Current Lawsuits

Manual Workers at ABB/Concise Optical

Late Payment of Wages

The Law Office of Peter A. Romero PLLC has filed a class action lawsuit alleging that ABB/Concise Optical, a manufacturer of contact lens products, failed to pay its manual workers on time. The lawsuit alleges that ABB/Concise Optical failed to pay its factory workers, machine operators and other hourly-paid manual workers on a weekly basis, as required by New York Labor Law Section 191(1)(a). The lawsuit alleges that ABB/Concise Optical paid its manual workers every two weeks, instead of every week, in violation of the law.

If you worked as a factory worker, machine operator or other hourly-paid manual worker at ABB/Concise Optical at any time from January 2017 to January 2023, or have any questions regarding the lawsuit, please contact the Law Office of Peter A. Romero PLLC.

We’d also like to know if other workers were paid biweekly by other manufacturers like ABB/Concise Optical. Please contact us if you were employed in a similar position and paid biweekly at any time since 2017.

AUTOZONERS, LLC

New York Labor Law Wage Claims

The Law Office of Peter A. Romero PLLC has filed a Class Action Lawsuit on behalf of current and former employees of Autozoners, LLC. The lawsuit alleges violations of the New York Labor and seeks monetary damages on behalf of hourly-paid employees who worked for Autozoners, LLC in the State of New York at any time between 2015 and present.

If you currently work or have worked for Autozoners, LLC in New York State and would like to learn more about the lawsuit, feel free to contact our firm at (631) 257-5588 or visit our website for additional information.

Bolla Market

Unpaid Spread-of-Hours Pay Employees

The Law Office of Peter A. Romero PLLC has filed a class action lawsuit alleging that the Bolla Market failed to pay its employees earning the minimum wage an additional hour of pay when they worked a shift longer than 10 hours from its start to its finish, including breaks, as required by the New York Miscellaneous Industries Wage Order, 12 N.Y.C.R.R. § 142.

If you were employed by Bolla Market, paid the minimum wage and worked a shift longer than 10 hours at any time from January 2017 to January 2023, or have any questions regarding the lawsuit, please contact us the Law Office of Peter A. Romero PLLC.

MANUAL WORKERS AT CONTRACT PHARMACAL CORP.

Late Payment of Wages

The Law Office of Peter A. Romero PLLC has filed a class action lawsuit alleging that Contract Pharmacal Corp. (“CPC”), a manufacturer of pharmaceutical products and supplements, failed to pay its manual workers on time. The lawsuit alleges that CPC failed to pay its factory workers, machine operators, forklift operators, packagers, technicians, porters and other hourly-paid manual workers on a weekly basis, as required by New York Labor Law Section 191(1)(a).

If you worked as a factory worker, machine operator, forklift operator, factory worker, packager, technician, porters and other hourly-paid manual worker at CPC at any time from January 2017 to January 2023, or have any questions regarding the lawsuit, please contact the Law Office of Peter A. Romero PLLC.

We’d also like to know if other workers were paid biweekly by other manufacturers like CPC. Please contact us if you were employed in a similar position and paid biweekly at any time since 2017.

Excell Communications

Manual Workers Late Payment of Wages

The Law Office of Peter A. Romero PLLC has filed a class action lawsuit alleging that Excell Communications, Inc. (“Excell”), a project management firm engaged in the installation of network infrastructure for the wireless, fiber and utility industries failed to pay its manual workers on time. The lawsuit alleges that Excell failed to pay its fiber optic install technicians, fiber optic quality control techs, warehouse workers, fleet shifters, and other hourly-paid employees in the State of New York on a weekly basis, as required by New York Labor Law Section 191(1)(a). The lawsuit alleges that Excell paid its manual workers every two weeks, instead of every week, in violation of the law.

If you worked as a fiber optic technician or linemen at Excell at any time from January 2017 to January 2023, or have any questions regarding the lawsuit, please contact the Law Office of Peter A. Romero PLLC.

We’d also like to know if other workers were paid biweekly by other manufacturers like Excell. Please contact us if you were employed in a similar position and paid biweekly at any time since 2017.

Graphic Service Bureau

Late Wages and Unpaid Overtime

The Law Office of Peter A. Romero PLLC has filed a class action lawsuit alleging that Graphic Service Bureau (“GSB”), failed to pay its manual workers on time. The lawsuit alleges that GSB failed to pay its porters, custodians, machine operators, and other hourly-paid manual workers on a weekly basis, as required by New York Labor Law Section 191(1)(a). The lawsuit alleges that GSB paid its manual workers every two weeks, instead of every week, in violation of the law. The lawsuit also alleges that GSB failed to compensate non-exempt employees at a rate of one and one-half times their regular rate of pay for all hours worked over 40 hours per workweek. 

If you worked as a porter, custodian, machine operator, or other hourly-paid manual worker at GSB at any time from January 2017 to January 2023, or have any questions regarding the lawsuit, please contact the Law Office of Peter A. Romero PLLC.

We’d also like to know if other workers were paid biweekly by other manufacturers like GSB. Please contact us if you were employed in a similar position and paid biweekly at any time since 2017.

Manual Workers Kedrion Biopharma

Late Payment of Wages

The Law Office of Peter A. Romero PLLC has filed a class action lawsuit alleging that Kedrion Biopharma, a biopharmaceutical company specializing in the development, production and distribution of plasma-derived products, failed to pay its manual workers on time. The lawsuit alleges that Kedrion Biopharma failed to pay its production technicians, maintenance technicians, warehouse associates and other hourly-paid manual workers on a weekly basis, as required by New York Labor Law Section 191(1)(a). The lawsuit alleges that Kedrion Biopharma paid its manual workers every two weeks, instead of every week, in violation of the law.

If you worked as a production technician, maintenance technician, warehouse associate or other hourly-paid manual worker at Kedrion Biopharma at any time from January 2017 to January 2023, or have any questions regarding the lawsuit, please contact the Law Office of Peter A. Romero PLLC.

We’d also like to know if other workers were paid biweekly by other manufacturers like Kedrion Biopharma. Please contact us if you were employed in a similar position and paid biweekly at any time since 2017.

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Late Payment of Wages

The Law Office of Peter A. Romero PLLC has filed a class action lawsuit alleging that Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (“Regeneron”), failed to pay its manual workers on time. The lawsuit alleges that Regeneron failed to pay its animal care technicians and other hourly-paid manual workers on a weekly basis, as required by New York Labor Law Section 191(1)(a). The lawsuit alleges that Regeneron paid its manual workers every two weeks, instead of every week, in violation of the law.

If you worked as an animal care technician or other hourly-paid manual worker at Regeneron at any time from January 2017 to January 2023, or have any questions regarding the lawsuit, please contact the Law Office of Peter A. Romero PLLC.

We’d also like to know if other workers were paid biweekly by other manufacturers like Regeneron. Please contact us if you were employed in a similar position and paid biweekly at any time since 2017.

Riverside Premier Rehabilitation and Healing Center

Late Payment of Wages

The Law Office of Peter A. Romero PLLC has filed a class action lawsuit alleging that the Riverside Premier Rehabilitation and Healing Center (“Riverside”), a nursing home, failed to pay its manual workers on time. The lawsuit alleges that Riverside failed to pay its certified nursing assistants, dietary aides, housekeeping aides, maintenance workers, supply clerks and other hourly-paid manual workers on a weekly basis, as required by New York Labor Law Section 191(1)(a). The lawsuit alleges that Riverside paid its manual workers every two weeks, instead of every week, in violation of the law.

If you worked as a certified nursing assistant, dietary aides housekeeping aide, maintenance worker, supply clerk or other hourly-paid manual worker at Riverside at any time from January 2017 to January 2023, or have any questions regarding the lawsuit, please contact the Law Office of Peter A. Romero PLLC.

We’d also like to know if other workers were paid biweekly by other manufacturers like Riverside. Please contact us if you were employed in a similar position and paid biweekly at any time since 2017.

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