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Unpaid overtime lawsuit targets Livingston International

October 02, 2014

The Toronto Star reports on a new unpaid overtime class action against Livingston International

Michael Boszik is the lead plaintiff in a proposed class action proceeding against customs broker, Livingston International. The class action alleges that Livingston failed to pay its tellers overtime, in breach of their contracts of employment and/or employment standards legislation.

As the Star notes:

The proposed class-action suit is being filed on behalf of current and former employees of the customs brokerage and freight forwarding company that has 44 offices across Canada. It applies only to non-unionized and non-management staff.

Goldblatt Partners has joined forces with the Roy O’Connor and Sotos law firms in this proceeding.

The statement of claim and other information can be found here.


Practice Areas

Civil Litigation, Class Action Litigation, Employment Law