With very limited exceptions, overtime must be paid at one-and a-half (1.5) times an employee’s regular rate of pay. Some employers, however, have been caught paying less than this rate, even though courts have said doing so generally violates federal law and many state laws.
This site has been setup by the Washington D.C. office of Whitfield Bryson & Mason LLP. The firm has successfully represented thousands of workers in lawsuits nationwide that seek overtime pay wrongfully denied by employers, recovering millions of dollars. If you believe you have wrongfully denied overtime pay, please call our wage and hour attorneys Nicholas Migliaccio and Jason Rathod today at (202) 429-2290, or contact us through the web for a free and confidential consultation. We take these cases on a contingency basis, which means we only get paid if you get paid.