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ShopKeep Overtime Settlement For $1.7 Million: Lightspeed Commerce Not Paying Proper Wages…

ShopKeep, Inc. To Pay $1.775 Million In Overtime Class Action Suit

Former employees of Lightspeed Commerce USA or ShopKeep residing in Oregon or New York, and other states, can benefit from a recent class action settlement amounting to more than $1 million. 

Nicholas Lombardi, et al. v. ShopKeep, Inc.

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What Is The Reason Behind The Lawsuit

The ShopKeep Overtime Settlement is a deal forged between the company ShopKeep, Inc. and different plaintiffs Nicholas Lombardi, Colin Bisson, Alexander Skreen, Jaimie Landreth, Jessica Sharp, and Kendall Micone. 

The complainants in the ShopKeep Overtime Lawsuit contended that their employer did not pay them the appropriate wages for overtime duty they have rendered. In addition, some argued that they were paid late for their salaries soon after they had parted ways with either ShopKeep or Lightspeed Commerce USA. 

As of writing, the New York State Supreme Court for Kings County has not been able to review the merits of the case presented by both sides of the legal battle. Instead, they agreed that entering into a settlement agreement is the best legal route to take. 

Nevertheless, the defendant has stressed out that they have not done anything wrong in the situation and retorted that they have fully garnished their personnel’s work payment and wages. 

Based on reports, the amount ShopKeep, Inc. will set aside as settlement payment is pegged at $1.775 million and will be distributed to eligible class action members. 

Information About The Settlement Of The Case Nicholas Lombardi, et al. v. ShopKeep, Inc.

Consider The Consumer has listed down the following pieces of information relevant to the abovementioned class action settlement case. Read on to learn more if you want to know if you are qualified to join or not. 

Eligible class members who can participate in the ShopKeep Overtime Settlement involve those who belong to two Class groups and one collective. They are the following:

  • New York Class: those who have worked as account executives, sales representatives, and point-of-sale specialists for Lightspeed Commerce USA or ShopKeep in the state of New York between the 8th of January 2015 and the 1st of April 2021;
  • Oregon Class: those who have worked as account executives, sales representatives, and point-of-sale specialists for the company in the state of Oregon between the 8th of January 2018 and the 1st of April 2021; and
  • Putative Collective Group: those who have worked for Lightspeed Commerce USA or ShopKeep residing outside the states of New York and Oregon between the 8th of January 2018 and the 1st of April 2021 during the whole Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Collective Period;
  • The final amount each eligible claimant can receive will depend on a computation using a formula including factors such as the length of time they have worked for the company and whether or not they have worked in New York or Oregon;
  • For those who want to join the settlement proceedings and receive a payment, they need to submit a claim form on or before the 10th of January 2022;
  • No proof of purchase and the like are required from petitioning claimants;
  • Parties who do not wish to participate in the settlement and raise their objections can forward their intentions to the court on or before the 10th of January 2022; and
  • The final fairness hearing of the ShopKeep Overtime Lawsuit is scheduled to take place on the 13th of April 2022.

Consider The Consumer will continue bringing you the latest information surrounding this case. Stay tuned. 

Editor’s Note on ShopKeep Overtime Settlement For $1.7 Million: 

This article details the settlement brief in the ShopKeep Overtime Lawsuit case. If you are looking for details about how to join the settlement proceedings, refer to the feature above. Lightspeed is involved in the case because of its acquisition of ShopKeep. We also suggest you read the Salvation Army Thrift Sote ARC Lawsuit.

Case Name(s) & No.(s): Nicholas Lombardi, et al. v. ShopKeep, Inc.; Case No. / Index No. 521461/2021

Jurisdiction: New York State Supreme Court for Kings County 

Allegation(s): Employees of ShopKeep Inc. or Lightspeed Commerce USA were not given their rightful work pay and the like.                

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