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Cathy Birdsong v. AT&T

Update: Case Did not Proceed As Class action

While we had been hopeful that we would be able to pursue this matter as a class action, that did not work out.

We regret this turn of events. However, if you believe you might have been a possible member of this case had it been a class action, you should feel free to take your own action, including seeking out an attorney to represent you on an individual basis.

We thank all of you who tried to assist us in these efforts. If we file any class action case involving this job position in the future, we will post it on this website.

We have recently again joined with the Righetti Glogoski Law Offices in representing AT&T employees in another claim for unpaid wages and other damages. .

A proposed class-action lawsuit has been filed by Cathy Birdsong ("Plaintiff") Against AT&T Corp., AT&T Services, Inc., AT&T Management Services, LP, AT&T Operations, Inc., Yellowpages.com, AT&T Mobility Services, LLC (“Defendant”), on behalf of employees who worked for Defendants in California in its business unit "INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY" who were informed , at any time during the four years preceding the filing of the lawsuit on April 3, 2012. The case was filed in Alamdea County Superior Court, as Cathy Birdsong v. AT&T Corp., etc., as Case No. RG12654472 (a copy of the complaint is attached). It has since been removed to the United States District Court, Northern District of California, and is now referenced as Case No. C12-617.

In this lawsuit, filed on behalf of herself and all others similarly situated, Plaintiff Birdsong contends that AT&T did not comply with the requirements under California law for payment of wages. If successful, a class action allows former and current employees to receive back wages that are owed to them.

The court has not yet ruled on any of Plaintiff's allegations or determined whether the case is appropriate for class action status.

Defendant AT&T claims that approximately 373 employees in various positions in Information Technology BUsiness Units in California changed from exempt to non-exempt status since October 1, 2008.

If you worked for AT&T in the State of California since October 1, 2008, and feel you are or should be one of those 373 employees we would like to speak with you. Please contact us by either calling our office at 626.795.0205, by mailing us at 550 North Brand Blvd., Suite 1500, Glendale, California 91203, or by emailing us at tom@falveylaw.com.

Likewise, we’d be grateful if we could review any paystubs, emails, schedules, timesheets, employee manuals, and any other documentation relating to your employment schedules, timekeeping, and hours which you think might, in any way, assist us in determining hours you or others like you worked since October 1, 2008.

Thanks for any assistance you can provide. Feel free to call us at 626.795.0205 or you can contact us via email.

Your help might go a long way toward helping all your employees who fit within this class.

We hope to hear from you soon.

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