Federal Court Certifies Nationwide Collective Action Alleging Workers of Strickland Waterproofing Were Underpaid

Apr 05, 2022

The United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia has conditionally certified a nationwide collective action against North Carolina-based Strickland Waterproofing.  Plaintiffs allege that Strickland misclassified them as independent contractors and thus failed to properly pay them overtime, among other wage violations.  The collective action is represented by Handley Farah & Anderson PLLC and The Kaplan Law Firm.

All individuals who worked for Strickland Waterproofing at any time after June 23, 2018 and were classified or compensated as independent contractors are eligible to opt-in to the lawsuit and may be eligible for monetary damages if the evidence demonstrates they were not properly compensated.  If you have any questions, you can contact Rachel Nadas at (202) 899-2991 or [email protected].

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