SolarCity Corporation Unpaid Wages Lawsuit

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Outten & Golden LLP represent a proposed class of current and former Installers who worked for SolarCity Corporation in California installing, repairing, or maintaining solar power units for SolarCity’s customers. The lawsuit claims that SolarCity maintained a policy or practice of failing to pay employees for time spent traveling between worksites during the course of the workday and failed to provide them with meal and rest breaks. The plaintiff and other class members regularly worked more than forty hours per week and were not paid overtime compensation for this time, the complaint alleges. The case is Whitworth v. SolarCity Corp., No. 16-CV-01540, in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California.

For more information, please visit our SolarCity Unpaid Wages website.

Please contact Jahan C. Sagafi or Robert N. Fisher, or call 212-245-1000 for more information.

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