Inside Sales Reps Represented by Nichols Kaster, PLLP File Overtime Lawsuit Against FleetCor

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The complaint alleges that FleetCor failed to pay employees overtime premiums in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act when they worked over forty hours in a work week.

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Our clients worked overtime to do what they could to help FleetCor meets its sales goals. FleetCor should pay them for that time. It’s not only fair, it is what the law requires.

On July 18, 2013, Keith Miller filed a lawsuit against his employer FleetCor Technologies Operating Company, LLC in the U.S. District for the Northern District of Georgia, seeking overtime pay under federal law. He brought his case on behalf of himself and other employees who worked as inside sales representatives for FleetCor. According to the complaint, FleetCor provides fuel cards and workforce payment products to businesses, commercial fleets, oil companies, petroleum marketers and government entities throughout the United States. FleetCor employs its sales force in Norcross, Georgia.

In his complaint, Miller alleges that FleetCor failed to pay he and other employees overtime premiums in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act when they worked over forty hours in a work week. The complaint alleges Miller and other employees commonly worked overtime in order to meet FleetCor’s required sales goals, and that they did so under FleetCor’s knowledge and direction.

Plaintiffs’ attorney Curtis Zaun of Nichols Kaster, PLLP stated, “Our clients worked overtime to do what they could to help FleetCor meets its sales goals. FleetCor should pay them for that time. It’s not only fair, it is what the law requires.”

Plaintiffs are represented by Paul Lukas and Curtis Zaun from Nichols Kaster, PLLP in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and John Sparks from Austin & Sparks, P.C. in Atlanta, Georgia. The case is entitled, Keith Miller et al v. FleetCor Technologies Operating Company, LLC Court File No. 13-cv-02403-CAP (Northern District of Georgia). More information about the case and how to sign up click here.

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