Iram Bakhtiar, et al. v. Information Resources, Inc

Iram Bakhtiar, et al. v. Information Resources, Inc

Iram Bakhtiar, et al. v. Information Resources, Inc

Case Files

First Amended Complaint

California Class Notice

FLSA Class Notice

Hybrid Class Notice

Settlement Agreement

Preliminary Approval

Final Approval Order and Fees Awarded

Case Summary

The Plaintiffs in this lawsuit claim that IRI misclassified as “exempt” from state and federal overtime laws Client Service Managers, Client Solutions Managers, Client Service Analysts, Client Service Consultants, and other job titles performing the same or similar non-management positions including Client Insights Analysts and Client Insights Consultants. This action involves collective action claims under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act as well as a class action under California law. Plaintiff thereby alleges that IRI: (1) failed to pay overtime when they worked
more than eight hours in a day or forty hours in a week; and, in California, (2) failed to provide rest and meal breaks; (3) failed to provide accurate itemized wage statements; (4) failed to pay all wages due at the time of discharge or resignation from employment; (5) failed to reimburse business expenses; (6) as a result of the foregoing, engaged in unfair or unlawful business practices in violation of the California Business and Professions Code; and (7) as a result of the foregoing, also owes penalties under the California Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act of 2004.

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