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Goals Plastic Surgery Was Hit With Class Action in SDNY For Not Paying Overtime Now Notices

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 28 – Goals Aesthetic and Plastic Surgery has been sued for not paying minimum wage or overtime. They want to appeal.

  On May 27, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Gregory H. Woods held a proceeding.  Inner City Press covered it. 

  Judge Woods on May 20 granted the motion to certify a class of current and former receptionists and patient coordinators.

 Plaintiffs' counsel opposed any stay pending appeal, and Judge Woods declined to certify for interlocutory appeal.

On June 28, Judge Woods held another proceeding, this time on the wording for notices to be sent to the seemingly 70 members of the collective. The differences between Rule 23 and the FLSA was explored. Judge Woods invited a letter listing cases in which the proposed notice was found appropriate.

The case is Lawrence et al v. NYC Medical Practice, P.C. et al., 18-cv-8649 (Woods)


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