Young v. Viable Communications, Inc.
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Class action lawsuit involving 140 members in which plaintiffs were awarded $1,134,889.89 in unpaid wages and liquidated damages.
Summary of Filed Complaint
Seventeen TELG clients filed a lawsuit alleging unpaid wages against their employer Viable Communications on behalf of themselves and all other employees who had not been paid.
What Happened in Court
Seventeen Viable Communications employees filed a lawsuit on behalf of themselves and all other similarly situated employees and former employees in United States District Court for the District of Maryland alleging that Viable had willfully failed to pay employees minimum wage and overtime wage in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act and Maryland Wage and Hour Law. The court entered judgment in favor of the Plaintiffs for $567,443.43 in unpaid wages and an equal amount in liquidated damages, for a total of $1,134,886.86.