Class and Collective Action Lawsuits by Illinois Employees

Class and Collective Acti…

The Chicago wage & hour and employment lawyers at the Nolan Law Office regularly represent employees in class and collective actions for unpaid minimum wages, overtime compensation, and employment discrimination. Our twenty years of experience prosecuting cases on behalf of employees means that your case against your employer will be in the most capable hands.

For more detailed information on collective and class actions as well as our representation of Illinois employees in single and multi-Plaintiff cases, please read the practice area pages below. If you believe that you or other employees have not been paid all of your wages or have been the victims of workplace harassment and discrimination, contact the Nolan Law Office immediately to set up a free consultation and protect your rights.

Collective Actions

Section 216(b) of the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) gives employees the right to bring a collective action against employers who have who have violated the minimum wage and overtime provisions of the Act. A collective action is on brought on… Read More

Class Actions

Rule 23 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure allows for a representative party or parties to file a civil lawsuit against an employer on behalf of a class or group of employees who have been wronged in the same way. Initially, in order for the cla… Read More

Single and Multi-Plaintiff Litigation

The Chicago employment attorneys of the Nolan Law Office commonly represent single Plaintiff and multi-Plaintiff wage and hour and employment cases that are not prosecuted as class or collective actions. Our office consistently gets results for singl… Read More