Class Action Against AT&T

Summary:

• New York Gives Final Approval in Class Action Against AT&T
• New Jersey Judge Gives Final Approval in Class Action Against AT&T
• Additional State Settlements Receive Final Approval in Class Action Against AT&T
• Two More State Settlements Receive Final Approval in Class Action Against AT&T
• Three More State Settlements Receive Final Approval in Class Action Against AT&T
• Judge Certifies Security Guard Statewide Class Action

On March 15, 2005, U.S. District Court Judge, David F. Hamilton, certified a statewide class action against U.S. Security Associates, Inc. The class consists of “present and former security officers employed by U.S. Security Associates, Inc. who work or worked at any Indiana location from December 11, 2000 until the present.”
The Amended Complaint filed in this case alleges, among other things, that the Plaintiffs and similarly situated employees were required to report to work prior to the start of their shift, but were not compensated for that time. The Defendant, U.S. Security Associates, Inc. denies the allegations and asserts that the Plaintiffs and similarly situated employees were timely and properly paid for all compensable work. On April 15, 2005, Notices were mailed to all known current and former employees of U.S. Security Associates, Inc.