Employment Litigation Cases

JAMMAL, ET AL. V. AMERICAN FAMILY INSURANCE

Wexler Wallace LLP, along with its co-counsel, Hansen Reynolds Dickinson Crueger, the Law Office of Greg Coleman, and Landskroner Grieco Merriman, is litigating a class action lawsuit filed in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio on behalf of current and former insurance agents who were hired by American Family Insurance to sell the company’s insurance products but were denied benefits under the Employment Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).Read more.

Wiginton v. CB Richard Ellis, Inc.
Wexler Wallace filed the complaint and served as Co-Lead Counsel in this class action against CB Richard Ellis, alleging claims of sexual harassment on behalf of a class of female employees. After extensive litigation, Wexler Wallace secured a favorable settlement that provided monetary relief to eligible claimants, as well as a charitable contribution to the Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Network for scholarships to promote the entry and advancement of women in the real estate services industry. Read more.

Gomez v. PNC Bank, National Association
Wexler Wallace LLP is currently taking discovery in a class action lawsuit on behalf of a former employee of PNC Bank, Mariseli Gomez. The case -- filed by Thomas A. Doyle (who is Of Counsel to Wexler Wallace) and by the law firms of Schad Diamond & Shedden P.C. and the Burke Law Offices LLC -- seeks class action and collective action status on behalf of current and former employees of PNC Bank in Illinois who were classified as non-exempt from the overtime laws but who worked overtime for which they were not paid. The Complaint alleges that PNC Bank had a company-wide pattern or practice of requiring employees to work overtime off-the-clock, including overtime hours worked during meal breaks, and overtime hours worked at off-site promotional events. Read more.