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These lawsuits allege that cosmetology school students are owed unpaid wages for their work performing cosmetology services on paying customers in their schools' salon. Those for-profit schools were charging customers for services performed by the students in those salons and paying the students nothing for the time they spent performing those services.
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This lawsuit was brought by our office for the Las Vegas Wynn Casino dealers to stop the taking of their tips by management. The dealers allege that they are being forced to share their tips with management employees who do not customarily receive tips, in violation of federal law.
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We currently have class action lawsuits pending against the following Nevada taxicab companies:
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We currently have lawsuits pending against Bell Transportation and Presidential Limousine on behalf limousine drivers who allege they are paid on a commission-only basis and often those commissions do not equal the minimum wage. The drivers also allege the companies do not pay overtime wages in violation of federal law.
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These are some of our current cases
Leon Greenberg Attorney at Law
2965 South Jones Boulevard # E-3
Las Vegas, Nevada 89146
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Our office brought this lawsuit on behalf of casino employees at the Boyd casino properties for failure to pay the state minimum wage of $8.25 per hour for employees who do not receive qualified health insurance benefits as defined by the Nevada Constitution.
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