Suit Seeks Overtime Pay for Paralegals

, New Jersey Law Journal


A law firm that handles Fair Labor Standards Act cases has been named in a collective action in Newark federal court for allegedly failing to pay overtime to its paralegals.

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  • John

    As a former employee of Pasricha & Patel, I can only hope that the other hardworking paralegals and staff join in the suit as their grossly under appreciated hard work needs to be accounted for. It is a shame that attorneys of this state could perpetrate such willful misconduct, given their expertise in employment and FLSA matters. I cannot say that I am surprised that Gary and Sheetal‘s mistreatment of their employees has finally reached a public light. I hope that the New Jersey Bar and the Court do not take this lightly.

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