Hartwig v. American Airlines Group Incorporated

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Case Number:

2:23-cv-00696

Court:

Arizona

Nature of Suit:

Labor: Fair Standards

Multi Party Litigation:

Class Action

Judge:

Susan M Brnovich

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  1. May 10, 2024

    American Airlines Worker Fights To Keep OT Suit Alive

    An American Airlines employee is trying again on a claim that the company owes him overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act, telling an Arizona federal judge Friday that the latest version of his complaint shows he's covered by the FLSA, not the Railway Labor Act. 

  2. February 09, 2024

    Airline Customer Service Reps OT Exempt, Ariz. Judge Rules

    Airline employees who do not personally engage in transportation-related activities are exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act's overtime pay rules, an Arizona federal judge ruled.

  3. July 17, 2023

    Airline Employee Says Customer Service Not OT-Exempt Work

    An American Airlines customer service representative urged an Arizona federal judge to preserve his Fair Labor Standards Act Suit, arguing that merely being employed by an airline does not exempt him from overtime rules.

  4. April 26, 2023

    Worker Says American Airlines Owes OT For Boot-Up Time

    American Airlines violates the Fair Labor Standards Act by compelling customer service representatives to boot up their computers 15 minutes before clocking in, a worker alleged in a proposed collective action filed in Arizona federal court.