Results

$489,500 Class Action settlement (pending final approval by court)on behalf of a class of security officers that contended they were subjected to violations of the California Labor Code and Business and Professions Code as a result of their employers failing to pay minimum and overtime wages for all hours worked, failing to provide uninterrupted meal and rest breaks, failing to provide accurate and itemized wage statements, failing to reimburse business expenses, and failing to pay all wages owed at termination;

$262,500 Class Action settlementon behalf of a class of restaurant workers that contended they were subjected to violations of the California Labor Code and Business and Professions Code by their employers failing to pay minimum and overtime wages for all hours worked, failing to pay split shift wages, failing to provide uninterrupted meal and rest breaks, failing to provide accurate and itemized wage statements, and failing to pay all wages owed at termination;

$230,000 settlementfor a public employee who contended she was subjected to harassment at work on the basis of her disability(client retained her position as part of the settlement and is still employed by the agency);

$200,000 settlementfor a breast-cancer survivor who alleged she was not permitted to return to workat a minimum-wage restaurant job after completing chemoterapy and undergoing a double mastectomy (total wage loss of less than $20,000);

$180,000 settlementfor an administrative employee of a non-profit who alleged that, subsequent to a consensual long-term sexual relationship with her supervisor, she was subjected to unwanted sexual advancesby the same supervisor;

$163,328.70 court judgmentfor an individual who contended he was not properly compensated for work he performedin relation to cleaning and security services;

$150,000 settlementfor two low-earning warehouse workers who were subjected to race-based discrimination and harassmentin the workplace;

$115,000 settlementfor a disabled veteran who contended he was subjected to discriminationon account of his prior military service and associated post-traumatic stress disorder;

$75,000 settlementfor a sales manager who contended that he was subjected to race-based discrimination and retaliation;

$70,000+ settlementfor an employee who contended that his employer’s practice of paying him a fixed salary of $45,000 per year violated the California Labor Code’s requirements for overtime compensationbased on the non-exempt nature of his work;

$70,000+ judgment/verdict (inclusive of attorneys’ fees)for an individual who contended her employer had modified her time records to reduce the hours workedfor which she was paid; underpayment at issue (prior to penalties) was contended to be less than $5,000;

$60,000 settlementfor an employee who contended he should have been permitted to return to workafter disabling back injury;

$52,500 settlementfor an employee of a medical institution who claimed the employer failed to accommodate her disability;

$52,500 settlementfor a resident manager who was subjected to numerous Labor Code violations, including unpaid minimum wages and overtime wages;

$52,000 settlementfor a female construction worker who suffered gender discrimination;

$50,000 settlementfor a female investment industry professional who alleged pregnancy-based discriminationin connection with a mass layoff;

$45,000+ settlementfor an elderly care facility worker who contended she was harassed based on national origin and retaliated againstfor exercising her rights under the California Family Rights Act;

$45,000 settlementfor a near minimum wage warehouse worker who contended he was subjected to numerous wage violations, harassed, and retaliated againstfor his protected complaints about unpaid wages and harassment;

$43,000 settlementfor an employee whose employer failure to accommodate her physical disability and terminated her employment in retaliation for requesting for a short-term medical leave of absence pursuant to the California Family Rights Act for her physical disability;

$40,000 settlementfor an employee who contended shewas subjected to discrimination on account of her pregnancyafter being assigned to a different location subsequent to disclosure of her pregnancy and terminated shortly after her return from maternity leave;

$35,000 settlementfor an employee whose employer failure to accommodate her mental disability and terminated her employment in retaliation for requesting for a short-term medical leave of absence for her mental disability;

$35,000 settlementfor an employee who contended that she was subjected to race-based discrimination and retaliated againstfor her protected complaint of discrimination;

$32,500 settlementfor a minimum wage retail clerk who contended that she was subjected to ongoing sexual harassment and assaultby her boss and forced to resign from her employment as a result;

$32,500 settlementfor a store manager who contended that she was subjected to race and disability-based discrimination;

$30,000+ settlementfor an employee who contended she was not properly paid overtimein relation to her job as an accountant at a mid-size wholesale company;

$30,000 settlementfor an employee of a medical office who contended her employer improperly classified her as an independent contractorduring her brief period of employment;

$30,000 settlementfor an employee employed less than weeks who contended she should have been paid overtimefor her services and was subjected to sex-based harassment;

$29,000 settlementfor a bus driver who contended that she was wrongfully terminatedon the basis of her medical condition;

$28,500 settlementfor an employee who contended that she was subjected to discriminationon the basis of her gender;

$27,500 settlementfor an electrician who was subjected to race-based discrimination and harassmentin the workplace;

$27,000 settlementfor an EMT who contended that shewas subjected to wage violations and retaliated againstfor her protected complaints about such violations;

$25,000+ recoveredfor a household employee of a physician whom she contended discriminated against her on the basis of disability by making harassing comments;

$25,000 settlementfor an individual who contended he was discriminated against on the basis of racein relation to low-wage driving job;

$25,000 settlementfor an employee who contended that he was subjected to discriminationwhen the company refused to allow him to return to work in a limited capacity after he suffered an injury outside of work;

$25,000 settlementfor an employee who was misclassified as an exempt salaried worker and was not adequately compensatedminimum wage and overtime for all hours worked;

[A] highly-effective advocate with a passion for her profession.”

“Chantal McCoy . . . quickly resolved my case, obtained a reasonable settlement for me, and the whole process hardly took up any of my time beyond my initial consultation with her.”