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Garcia, et al v Macy's and XPO Logistics


UPDATE

While the lawsuit against Macy's and Eletto in Northern California has both settled and been given final approval, WE ARE STILL GOING AHEAD WITH A SIMILAR CLASS ACTION against Macy's and XPO.  

The difference between the two cases is that the Macy's/Eletto case was for people who worked for Macy's in NorCal as drivers and helpers up through December, 2014.  

This case involves a proposed class-action lawsuit for northern California drivers and helpers who worked in Northern California focusing only on Macy's and XPO Logistics LLC “XPO” (the Defendants).

Macy’s and XPO claim these people were not employees.  The claim these drivers and helpers are independent contractors.  We think the facts will prove otherwise, which we hope will benefit all who drove and/or helped drivers for the work done in delivering Macy’s furnishings as set forth herein.

This case is brought on behalf of people who worked as Drivers or Helpers for those Defendants in California at any time since January, 2015 in Northern California, and specifically Alameda County.  The case was filed in Alameda County Superior Court as Case Number RG16821800 (a copy of the complaint is attached).

In this lawsuit, filed on behalf of the Plaintiffs named above and those people who worked at the same job, Plaintiffs claim that Macy’s and XPO did not comply with 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.

If you worked for Macy’s and/or XPO as a Driver or Helper in the State of California Northern California since January 2, 2015we would like to speak with you.  Please call us  at 818-547-5200 or email us at tom@falveylaw.com.  You can also mail us at 550 North Brand Blvd., 15th Floor, Glendale, California, 91203.

If you are or were a Driver or Helper for those companies in Northern California since January, 2015, you can help yourself and all those other people who drove or helped deliver furnishings for Macy’s in this case. If you have any documents relating to your job there, such as copies of checks, delivery orders, schedules, pictures of uniforms, nametags, anything you signed, pictures of trucks you drove, manuals, emails, letters, timesheets, schedules, instructions or anything else, it might help us and others to see them.

Thanks for all the help you can send our way. Your call or email might go a long way toward helping all these Drivers and Helpers.

We hope to hear from you soon.


We hope and assume you were/are aware that our case filed against Macy’s and Eletto for Southern California was resolved by settlement which was given final approval by the court on June 29, 2015.

Just recently, however, on July 1, 2016, we filed a new proposed class-action lawsuit for northern California drivers and helpers who worked in Northern California, entitled Ramon Garcia, Victor Ramirez, Adrian Valente, Mario Nipon and Mynor Cabrera against Macy’s West Stores, Inc. “Macy’s”, Joseph Eletto Transfer, Inc. “Eletto” and XPO Logistics LLC “XPO” (the Defendants).

Macy’s and Eletto and XPO claim these people were not employees.  The claim these drivers and helpers are independent contractors.  We think the facts will prove otherwise, which we hope will benefit all who drove and/or helped drivers for the work done in delivering Macy’s furnishings as set forth herein.

This case is brought on behalf of people who worked as Drivers or Helpers for those Defendants in California at any time since July 1, 2012 in Northern California, and specifically Alameda County.  The case was filed in Alameda County Superior Court as Case Number RG16821800 (a copy of the complaint is attached).

In this lawsuit, filed on behalf of the Plaintiffs named above and those people who worked at the same job, Plaintiffs claim that Macy’s and Eletto did not comply with 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.

If you worked for Macy’s and/or Eletto and and/or XPO as a Driver or Helper in the State of California Northern California since July 1, 2012 we would like to speak with you.  Please call us  at 818-547-5200 or email us at tom@falveylaw.com.  You can also mail us at 550 North Brand Blvd., 15th Floor, Glendale, California, 91203.

If you are or were a Driver or Helper for those companies in Northern California in the past four years, you can help yourself and all those other people who drove or helped deliver furnishings for Macy’s in this case. If you have any documents relating to your job there, such as copies of checks, delivery orders, schedules, pictures of uniforms, nametags, anything you signed, pictures of trucks you drove, manuals, emails, letters, timesheets, schedules, instructions or anything else, it might help us and others to see them.

Thanks for all the help you can send our way. Your call or email might go a long way toward helping all these Drivers and Helpers.

We hope to hear from you soon.

 


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