Nashville, TN (PRWEB) February 18, 2014
The MICROS Implementation Specialist overtime case, styled Wilson, et al v. MICROS Systems, Inc., No. 3:13-cv-01328 and filed in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee in November, 2013, alleges that MICROS Systems misclassified its Implementation Specialists as exempt from the overtime laws and therefore failed to pay them for overtime hours worked as required under the Fair Labor Standards Act ("FLSA") and, for Implementation Specialists who performed any work within the State of California, under applicable California overtime and other wage and hour laws. MICROS Systems denies the allegations and alleges that it has at all times acted in good faith that it did not violate the FLSA or other applicable overtime laws.
On January 31, 2014, U.S. District Judge Todd Campbell granted the parties' consent motion to conditionally certify a company-wide class of all salary-paid Implementation Specialists who worked for MICROS Systems anywhere in the United States. Judge Campbell also authorized the issuance of notice to any salary-paid Implementation Specialists who worked for MICROS Systems at any time from November 26, 2009 to the present, advising them of their rights to join the lawsuit.
The MICROS Implementation Specialist overtime website maintained by Plaintiffs' counsel is located at http://www.microsovertimelawsuit.com. The attorneys representing the Plaintiffs and the putative class in the case are lead counsel C. Andrew Head of Fried & Bonder, LLC in Atlanta, GA (friedbonder.com) and Michael Russell of Gilbert Russell McWherter PLC in Nashville, TN (gilbertfirm.com).