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Mitchell, et al. v. CoreLogic Valuation Solutions, Inc.,

 

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CASE FILES
Third Amended Complaint

Order Granting Motion for Conditional Certification

Notice of Collective Action and Consent Form

Temporary Restraining Order

Stipulated Injunction


CASE SUMMARY

The Plaintiffs in this case are two former Appraisers and one current Appraiser at CoreLogic who seek to bring suit on behalf of themselves and all other Appraisers who were employed by CoreLogic in the past three years and who did not receive overtime pay for the hours they actually worked. Plaintiffs allege that CoreLogic violated federal law (the Fair Labor Standards Act, or "FLSA") by denying putative collective action members overtime pay. In particular, during the relevant period, Plaintiffs contend that federal law required CoreLogic to pay Appraisers overtime wages (1.5 times the regular rate of pay) for any hours worked in excess of 40 hours per week. Plaintiffs further contend that the efficiency factor in CoreLogic's incentive pay formula incentivized and caused Appraisers to underreport their overtime hours, and that CoreLogic management's communications to Appraisers dissuaded Appraisers from accurately reporting all hours worked.

CoreLogic denies Plaintiffs' claims in this matter, and contends that all Appraisers were paid in accordance with applicable law. The Court granted conditional certification of an FLSA collective comprised of Appraisers and approved a Notice that has been sent to Appraisers. Appraisers have until Thursday, April 18, 2019, to opt into the FLSA collective by returning a consent form to Bryan Schwartz Law by mail or fax, or by emailing a signed PDF to maren@bryanschwartzlaw.com.   

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