Justice Catalyst Law, Towards Justice, and Leonard Carder LLP filed suit against Amway for failing to provide its so-called “independent business owners” minimum wage and other workers’ rights.
Justice Catalyst Law, Towards Justice, and Leonard Carder LLP filed suit against Amway, the largest multi-level-marketing company in the country, for failing to provide workers’ rights to its so-called “independent business owners.”
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that transportation companies, when sued by their workers for things like wage theft or sexual harassment, can not force those workers out of court based on a federal statute called the Federal Arbitration Act.
Former Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center (“ARC”) program participants, on behalf of themselves and a class of current and former participants, filed a forced labor suit against The Salvation Army National Corporation.
Justice Catalyst Law and Nichols Kaster filed a labor trafficking class action on behalf of ARC laborers against The Salvation Army.
Citing a letter written by Justice Catalyst Law, Towards Justice, and Eric Posner, 18 State AGs submitted public comments on labor issues in antitrust.
The Center for Public Interest Law at the University of San Diego requested that the California Bar rule that it is unethical for lawyers to include illegal contractual language in their employer clients’ agreements with employees.
Above the Law has written about Justice Catalyst Law's case against the National Association of Realtors.
Read Justice Catalyst Law Legal Director Brian Shearer's op-ed on employment contracts on Law.com.