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Pizza Hut Assistant Managers and Manager Trainees

Whitfield Bryson & Mason, along with co-counsel, has brought a class and collective action on behalf of current and former assistant managers and manager trainees who worked at Pizza Hut of Maryland, Inc., restaurants. Plaintiff alleges that he, and other assistant managers and manager trainees worked over 40 hours per week, and Pizza Hut failed to pay overtime in violation of the FLSA and Maryland Wage and Hour Law.

Rite Aid Assistant Managers

Whitfield Bryson & Mason, along with co-counsel, has brought a class action on behalf of current and former assistant managers who worked at Rite Aid stores in Maryland. Plaintiff alleges that he, and other assistant managers worked over 40 hours per week, and that Rite Aid failed to pay overtime in violation of the Maryland Wage and Hour Law.

Avis Airport Managers

Whitfield Bryson & Mason, along with co-counsel, has brought a collective action on behalf of current and former airport managers who worked at Avis airport locations across the country. Plaintiff alleges that he, and other airport managers worked over 40 hours per week, and that Avis failed to pay overtime in of the FLSA.

Comcast Sub-contractor Cable Technicians 

Whitfield Bryson & Mason, along with co-counsel, has brought a class and collective action on behalf of current and former cable installers who performed work for Comcast’s customers. Plaintiffs worked in excess of 40 hours per week, yet were not paid overtime. Plaintiffs allege, among other things, that Comcast is their joint employer under the FLSA, and that it therefore liable to them for unpaid overtime.