Lawsuit filed: Former Austin bookkeeper sues Allied Electric Services for minimum wage and overtime violations

On March 14, 2014, the employment attorneys at Dunham & Jones, P.C. filed suit in Federal Court in the Western District of Texas, Austin Division against Allied Electric Services, Inc., James Paul and Paige Paul, on behalf of former employee Delores Ann Overstreet, alleging both minimum wage and overtime violations.

Ms. Overstreet, who handled bookkeeping for Allied Electric Services, Inc., filed suit under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) alleging that she frequently worked more than 40 hours per week, but was never paid time and one half for these hours.

If you or someone you know worked for Allied Electric Services, Inc. and were wrongfully classified as an independent contractor, or have a question about your entitlement to overtime, contact Doug Welmaker at Dunham & Jones, P.C., at 1-800-344-4444 today.

About Doug Welmaker

Douglas B. Welmaker is an Employment Attorney with Dunham & Jones, Attorneys at Law, PC. He was raised in Houston, Texas and has been practicing labor and employment law for 20 years, representing Defendants and Plaintiffs in both state and federal court. In the last seven years, he has limited his practice to representing employees who have been wrongfully denied overtime pay in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Mr. Welmaker handles employment cases including retaliation, minimum wage and overtime violations. You may contact him at 1-800-344-4444.