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Clarifying Workplace Relationships in the Gig Economy: Shockley v. GoBrands, Inc.

Wage Theft / Misclassification

Overview

Towards Justice represents Austin Shockley and a proposed class of delivery drivers working across the country for the online convenience store goPuff. Employee misclassification allegedly caused goPuff to illegally fail to pay drivers overtime and force employees to pay employer expenses. Mr. Shockley also alleges that goPuff illegally retaliated against him by firing him for defending his workplace rights. Towards Justice represents the plaintiffs with co-counsel Nichols Kaster, PLLP.

Press Release

10/11/2017 Munchies Drive the Gig Economy in Denver: GoPuff Delivery Driver Sues for Thousands of Drivers Allegedly Denied Minimum Wage and Overtime

From Our Co-Counsel, Nichols Kaster Attorneys at Law

Press

10/29/2017 Employee claims GoPuff failed to pay overtime wages

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