Late Payment of Wages or Commissions
Everyone Deserves To Be Paid On Time!
Since opening our doors in 1985, we have established ourselves as a prominent employment class-action litigation law firm throughout California. With offices in Southern California, we represent clients throughout California and the United States. In our 30 years of experience, Marlin & Saltzman has won more than $850 million for our clients.
Employers have an obligation to pay their employees. If you have an employer who is not paying you in a timely fashion, it’s a good bet that your employer is doing this across the board to many other employees in the company. If so, we might be able to file a class-action lawsuit. Class actions are lawsuits with many plaintiffs who have suffered similar damages due to the same action by the defendant. They are much larger, more complicated cases that should only be handled by attorneys with experience handling this type of case.
Our California employment law attorneys have been handling class-action and complex multi-party suits for many years. We know how to handle these complicated cases to get our clients the best money damage award possible.
Types of Late Pay Violations
We handle cases that involve:
- Late payment of hourly wages
- Late payment of compensation for vacation and personal time
- Late payment of overtime
- Failure to pay reimbursement for business expenses
- Late payment of final wages or commissions
Protecting Your Rights
California law is strict and clear about the importance of protecting employees’ rights. Even if you sign something that allows your employer to be late in paying your wages and benefits, California law still mandates timely payment. In other words, your employer cannot get you to sign away your right to a timely payment.
If your employer has been paying you late and you think you might have an employee rights case, contact us. One of our lawyers will look at the facts of your situation and let you know if you have a good case. We will help you understand your legal rights and obligations.