An Experienced Employment Law Attorney Focusing On Unpaid Overtime Cases

For men and women in many occupations, the 40-hour workweek is a thing of the past. Some industries place extraordinary demands on their employees, requiring their employees to work far more than 40 hours a week. In return for this sacrifice, employers are required to pay overtime rates to employees who qualify.

Unfortunately, many employers will go to great lengths to avoid paying their employees overtime. Businesses may misclassify employees as managers or supervisors to get out of paying overtime. They may call employees independent contractors or pay them day rates to avoid paying overtime. The fact is, if a business is exploiting one employee, it is probably exploiting many.

If you have reason to believe that your employer has not paid you the overtime you are entitled to under the law, you need to speak to a lawyer as soon as possible. People across Texas and the United States have relied on Glenn D. Levy, Attorney at Law.

A Leader In Unpaid Overtime Cases

Businesses will rarely admit to mistreating their employees until they are forced to. For this reason, it is critical to have a tenacious, aggressive lawyer on your side. Our employment law attorney has practiced law since 1991. Over his career, he has represented thousands of individuals in all types of employment cases.

Today, he focuses his efforts on unpaid overtime and wage and hour cases. He has successfully represented hundreds of individuals in unpaid overtime cases. This experience and tenacity are key in helping people recover all available damages under the law.

Our Areas Of Practice

  • Harassment and Discrimination
    • Race/ Color/ National Origin
    • Gender/Sex/Gender Identity/ Sexual Orientation/ Sexual harassment
    • Pregnancy
    • Religion
    • Disability
    • National Origin
    • Age
    • Pay Disparity/ Glass Ceiling/ Equal Pay
    • Defamation of Character
  • Wages and Overtime
  • Leave/ Leaves of Absence /Family Medical Leave
  • Whistleblower/ Retaliation in the workplace
    • Unsafe or hazardous workplaces
    • Illegal activity
    • Termination after in reporting injury
    • Termination after reporting harassment or discrimination
    • Termination after serving on a jury
    • Termination after testifying as a witness Termination after asking for wages or overtime
  • Wrongful Termination
  • Wrongful injury or Death at work
  • Class actions or Collective Action lawsuits
  • EEOC

Free Consultation With Glenn D. Levy, Attorney At Law

It is important to act quickly in unpaid overtime cases. There are statutes of limitation that can bar you from getting the financial relief you need if you do not bring a claim in a timely manner. Call our San Antonio-based law firm at 210-570-9632 or complete our contact form to schedule a free consultation.