Resolutions

Pelton Graham LLC has successfully recovered millions of dollars on behalf of individuals and classes seeking unpaid wages and damages for discrimination, retaliation, harassment, and wage and hour violations. Below is just a sampling of awards that Pelton Graham LLC has won for our clients.

$25,227,250 – settlement fund established on behalf of disaster recovery workers for unpaid overtime wages under the FLSA.

Multi-million dollar settlement on behalf of a nationwide class of service technicians for unpaid overtime.

Multi-million dollar settlement on behalf of diner employees.

$3,100,000 – settlement on behalf of smartboard installers for unpaid overtime and prevailing wages for works including projects in New York City schools.

$3,000,000 – Jury verdict won on behalf of general laborers against a large residential and commercial construction firm for unpaid overtime, prevailing wages, and liquidated damages as well as an assault and battery claim for one Defendants’ retaliation.

$2,400,000 – settlement for unpaid gratuities, minimum wages, overtime premiums, and/or spread of hours premiums, on behalf of a class of current and former restaurant employees in Midtown, Manhattan.

Multi-million dollar settlement on behalf of servers for unpaid wages and overtime and unlawful wage deductions.

$2,000,000 – settlement on behalf of grocery store workers for unpaid overtime.

$1,500,000 – pre-litigation resolution on behalf of three Long Island clients asserting same-sex sexual harassment.

$1,500,000 – settlement on behalf of computer help desk workers for nationwide firm for unpaid overtime.

$1,500,000 - settlement on behalf of hourly supermarket employees.

$1,300,000 – settlement on behalf of employees of a beverage distribution company for “off the clock” work and business expenses employees were forced to pay.

Over one million dollar settlement on behalf of safety officers.

$1,162,500 – settlement on behalf of deli/restaurant workers for unpaid overtime.

$1,150,000 – settlement on behalf of shoe store salesmen and stock persons for unpaid overtime.

$800,000 – settlement on behalf of waiters, bussers and runners against restaurant chain for “off the clock” work and unpaid overtime.

$750,000 – FLSA settlement on behalf of computer workers within hedge fund industry.

$626,000 – settlement on behalf of restaurant managers, assistant managers, kitchen employees and tipped employees for unpaid overtime and tips earned.

$600,000 – resolution on behalf of salaried computer technicians working within the financial services industry.

$560,000 – resolution on behalf of construction employees for unpaid overtime.

$500,000 - settlement on behalf of construction laborers.

$450,000– transfer of restaurant ownership to employees – FLSA settlement on behalf of long-term restaurant employees who were not paid minimum wage (waiters) or overtime (all employees).

$430,000—resolution on behalf of cleaning workers and other staff

$400,000—resolution on behalf of construction workers for unpaid overtime and other damages

$395,000 – resolution on behalf of security guards paid overtime at straight-time rates.

$380,000 – settlement on behalf of automobile sales associates for unpaid wages and overtime and illegal wage deductions.

$300,000 – settlement on behalf of security guards for unpaid prevailing wages.

$300,000—resolution on behalf of café employees for unpaid minimum wage, overtime and tips

$290,000 – settlement on behalf of grocery store employees for unpaid overtime.

$265,000 – resolution on behalf of chefs for unpaid overtime, where plaintiffs were paid at a daily rate that did not change based on the number of hours worked, and unlawful distribution of gratuities.

$250,000—settlement on behalf of hourly café employees

$230,000 – settlement on behalf of café employees for unpaid minimum wage and overtime.

$125,000 – settled on behalf of one individual prior to filing lawsuit against a major financial firm on behalf of an employee who recorded trades and performed reconciliations. Resolution equates to approximately two years of annual salary payments for client’s unpaid overtime.

*Prior results do not guarantee future outcomes