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Dish Network Overtime Pay Class Action Lawsuit Complaint Brought on Behalf of Dish Network Inside Sales Associates

Dish Network Inside Sales Associates File Overtime Pay Class Action Lawsuit Against Dish Network.

An employee overtime pay class action lawsuit complaint has been reportedly filed against Dish Network, LLC (“Dish Network” or “Defendant”) in the United States District Court District of New Jersey (styled Elizabeth Frisari v. Dish Network, LLC )) alleging, among other things, that Dish Network failed to pay Plaintiff and other similarly situated Dish network inside sales associates employees for all time worked, including unpaid overtime hours, purportedly in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”), 29 U.S.C. §§ 201, et seq., and the New Jersey Wage and Hour Law (“NJWHL”), N.J.S.A. §§ 34:11-56(a), et seq., according to the Dish Network overtime pay class action lawsuit complaint.

With respect to Plaintiff’s state law claim against Dish Network, Plaintiff seeks to represent a Class that is comprised of and defined as:

All persons who have been employed in New Jersey by Defendant as inside sales associates from September 2010 to the conclusion of the action, and who have not been paid overtime wages for all time worked in excess of forty (40) hours per week (the “NJWHL Class”).

With respect to Plaintiff’s federal law FLSA claim against Dish Network, Plaintiff seeks to represent a collective Class that is comprised of and defined as:

All persons who have been employed in New Jersey by Defendant as inside sales associates from September 2009 to the conclusion of the action, and who have not been paid overtime wages for all time worked in excess of forty (40) hours per week (the “FLSA Class”).

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  • Kevin Pierre October 24, 2012, 9:44 pm

    What about Dish saying the incomeing calls are random and they are clearly minipulated?

    • The poetical works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow April 7, 2013, 2:01 pm

      I want to join the class action lawsuit. They rip off employees

  • Kevin Pierre October 25, 2012, 5:55 am

    oops. Miss spelled manipulated. Also should also check to see it the company is complying with EEOC regulation. I highly doubt. I don’t think I even need to go back to my old college text books but I see a pattern and they show any effort.

  • christina umowski July 18, 2014, 2:14 pm

    I wish I could bring a lawsuits against Dish Network, last year they took $350.00 from my bank account saying I owed it for equipment, that was a lie after their installer broke my wide screen TV I told him to take the equipment back, I called t about my broken TV while the man was still there and was on the phone with them while the installer was there and they said they would not pay cause their was no proof he did it I had a witness there who seen him do it and told them still they refused my big flat screen that was only 1 yr. old was chalked up, then after two yrs. they steal the $350.00 OUT OF MY ACCOUNT saying it was for equipment the bank paid them even through that account was suppose to be closed and had no money in it or a overdraft they somehow got the money well with the bank manager on the phone as a third party call we spoke to the customer service after he told the bank manager they found my equipment and would put the money back that they took from them now after this it is a year later and the bank never got there money back as he promised her and they charged me and put it on my credit report and dish got away with it my money that I never gave permission to them why would I have I had closed that bank account never owed them money did not have their equipment they had it and never had their service, I could not afford a lawyer cause I am on a fixed income from S,S, god only knows how many other seniors and others had been taken by their scams, but if I could afford to sue them believe me I would, so if any lawyer want to pursue a class action against them for the year 2013, let me know

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