US Remodelers & US Home Systems Measure Technician Class Action Lawsuit

Class Action Plaintiffs: Anthony Zascone, et al.
Class Action Defendants: U.S. Remodelers, Inc. and U.S. Home Systems, Inc.

Class Action Allegations: U.S. Remodelers, which is in the business of home remodeling and refacing, requires its measure technicians to visit the homes of customers who have ordered new cabinets to verify measurements to be used to ensure that the proper type and amount of product and materials are being ordered prior to commencement of the cabinet installation process.

Measure Technicians often worked in excess of 40 hours a week, yet U.S. Remodelers willfully failed to pay Measure Technicians for hours actually worked in excess of 40 hours a week, and failed to pay Measure Technicians overtime compensation of one and one-half times their regular hourly rate for hours worked in excess of 40 hours a week.

U.S. Remodelers has likewise employed other individuals like the Measure Technicians, both in New Jersey and in other states, in non-exempt positions who did not have any managerial responsibilities or the exercise of independent judgment.

Class Action Relief Sought: (1) An award of unpaid wages and overtime compensation due against U.S. Remodelers,; and (2) An award of liquidated and/or punitive damages against U.S. Remodelers, jointly and severally with U.S. Home Systems, as a result of Defendants' willful failure to pay overtime compensation pursuant to 29 U.S.C. § 216.

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