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While we have been hopeful, over the past many months, that we would be able to pursue this matter as a class action, that has not worked 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 regret to inform you that, after a careful analysis of this case, we felt it in the best interests of Ms. Lindsly and any possible class of technical architects or developers, to dismiss the case.
While we originally felt strongly that this case should be pursued, we came to the conclusion that, in order to protect Ms. Lindsly, and all other individuals who might be involved, it was important to bring this particular class action to an end.
Please understand: this does not mean that a case on behalf of an individual technical architect and/or developer could not be brought. It simply means this case is no longer ongoing.
For those of you who have been in contact with us about this case, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call. There is a strict deadline within which you would need to file an action if you wish to pursue an individual claim. That deadline may have been tolled by the filing of the Lindsly case, but such tolling would no longer be in effect following dismissal of the Lindsly case. Therefore, if you wish to pursue any claim then we strongly recommend that you contact us, or another attorney, to make sure you understand and protect your rights. If you do nothing then your rights will be lost forever.
If you were employed during the past five years in the State of California by AT&T as a Technical Architect, you should know that on December 8, 2009, a class action was filed on behalf of employees holding that position entitled Denise Lindsly v. AT&T, case no.RG09488115, in the Alameda County Courthouse concerning the issue of unpaid wages.
If you were a Technical Architect employed by AT&T since December 8, 2005, you may wish to contact our offices if you were required to work more than 8 hours in a day or 40 hours in a week, or if it was necessary for you to work through meal breaks, or forego meal and/or rest breaks altogether.
Our office has previously filed cases on behalf of other employees of AT&T, entitled Shoff v. AT&T and Doyle v. AT&T, relating to various other job titles of employees of AT&T. We refer you to those cases and other sections of this website for further information.
We are hopeful that we will be able to assist employees of AT&T who were or are Technical Architects, just as we have in the Shoff and Doyle cases.
Should you have any information you wish to share, or if you have any questions regarding this case, please feel free to call us at 626.795.0205.
If you are or feel you should be a member of this case - we hope to hear from you soon.
We wish you well.
If you have any questions about this case, please do not hesitate to contact us. Thanks very much. We hope we can be of help to you.The Law Offices of Thomas W. Falvey
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