Howrey hit with first lawsuit over unpaid employee wages
A former records specialist at Howrey has sued the firm for failing to pay her wages after her employment was terminated on 31 March, reports The Am Law Daily. According to the complaint filed on Monday (4 April), Stephanie Langley claims that Howrey violated its obligations under the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act by firing her last week without providing 60 days written notice.
A former records specialist at Howrey has sued the firm for failing to pay her wages after her employment was terminated on 31 March, reports The Am Law Daily.
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