1. Wal-Mart's Failure to Properly Pay Wages

Current and former Wal-Mart employees in numerous states have filed lawsuits against Wal-Mart, alleging that they have not been paid for all time worked. The laws of most states require that employers keep accurate records of all hours worked by their employees and pay them for all time worked. Moreover, in California, employees who work more than eight hours per day and/or 40 hours per week must be paid overtime.

THE FURTH FIRM LLP represents current and former Wal-Mart employees in California, Massachusetts and Maryland. If you are interested in learning more about the firmís investigation of Wal-Martís practices, or believe that you were not properly paid for all time worked at a Wal-Mart store or a Sam's Club in one of these states, please send a confidential e-mail to attorney Michael Christian at mchristian@furth.com or call him at our office at (415) 433-2070.