Baroness von Langendorff – Late Payment of Wages & Overtime
Kessler Matura P.C. represents a husband and wife who were employed by Baroness von Langendorff at her six-plus million-dollar home on Long Island’s Gold Cost. The husband maintained the Baroness’s 33-acre property and two residential structures, whereas the wife cooked, cleaned, did laundry, and otherwise maintained the inside of the 6,300-sqaure-foot home. The complaint alleges that our clients were denied overtime wages and only paid once a month – in violation of the New York law that requires manual laborers to be paid each week.
Through the lawsuit, we are pursuing damages for these employees resulting from these violations of the New York Labor Law and Fair Labor Standard Act.
If you worked as a domestic workers within the last six years and were paid less often than one a week, or have any other questions regarding your workplace rights, please contact Troy L. Kessler or Garrett Kaske.