New York Comp Time Violation Claims

Comp Time

Wage and hour laws are designed to protect workers from employers. Whether you are protected by the wage and hour laws depends on several factors, including whether you are an exempt or non-exempt employee, what your job duties are, and your salary.

Comp time is a term used to describe allowing an employee take time off at a later date in exchange for overtime work performed, rather than paying that employee the proper compensation (typically time and a half). In most instances, it is illegal for your employer to force you to take comp time rather than pay you overtime wages.

Leeds Brown Law, P.C., has represented thousands of employees in mediation and litigation on a number of employment law issues, including comp-time violations of the wage and hour laws. Our efforts have resulted in millions of dollars in monetary and non monetary compensation for these employees.

What to Do If Your Employer is Requiring Comp Time in Lieu of Overtime

If your employer is forcing you to take comp time in lieu of overtime pay, you should consult an experienced attorney. At Leeds Brown Law, P.C., our lawyers have extensive experience in handling employment claims. Such employment claims consist of overtime claims and wage and hour law violations. We represent employees throughout Long Island and the New York City metropolitan area, as well as across the country.

We would be happy to discuss your claim in confidence, and provide free consultations to answer your questions and evaluate your claim. Contact our New York Comp Time Lawyers today to discover how we can help you.

Leeds Brown Law, P.C., is a New York City area litigation firm committed to integrity, professionalism, vigorous advocacy and getting results in a variety of legal practice areas, particularly in the areas of civil rights and employment discrimination.

We try to accommodate clients as much as possible, from offering extended office hours and Spanish translation services to the flexibility we show in working with clients on payment terms. Leeds Brown Law, PC has offices in Nassau County and handles clients throughout Long Island including Suffolk County. However, it extends beyond representing clients on Wall Street in Manhattan or elsewhere in New York City to representing those on Broad Street in Philadelphia and on Market Street in San Francisco as well.

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