Glenmoor Country Club
Bauer v. Glenmoor Country Club (Colorado District Court, Arapahoe County)
Class Action Case Settled For $450,000.00:
Non-management Servers To Get Back Wages!
We represent service employees who sued Glenmoor Country Club in February 2015 for illegally keeping gratuities that belonged to the servers, and for improperly deducting uniform costs from employees’ pay. Click to read a copy of the Complaint.
Click HERE to read a copy of the Settlement Agreement and Release reached April 7, 2016.
Click here to read a copy of the Notice of Proposed Settlement that has been sent out to all workers eligible to receive a payment from the settlement. Please make sure that we have a good mailing address and a way to contact you if you are a person who worked at Glenmoor Country Club in the Food and Beverage Department as a “front of the house” worker at any time from February 10, 2012 until April 12, 2016.
Frequently Asked Questions
In a class action lawsuit, one or more people called the “class representatives” sue on behalf of themselves and other people who have similar claims against the same company. The people who are suing are called the plaintiffs, and they make up a class. The company or companies they sue are called the defendants. In class actions, the judge or jury resolves the claims for everyone in the class unless they ask to be excluded.
On April 7, 2016, we filed an Unopposed Motion for Class Action Settlement and Certification of the Settlement Class, along with a Notice of Settlement that was filed in the Arapahoe County District Court on that same day. The parties also filed with the Court their Settlement Agreement under which Glenmoor will pay a total of $450,000.00 to the members of the settlement class to resolve all wage and hour claims they may have from February 10, 2012 until April 12, 2016, including their plaintiffs’ attorneys’ fees and costs. If you worked as a server and/or other “front of the house” position during that time you will be owed back wages under this agreement and you need to get in touch with us.
All current and former service employees who work or worked at Glenmoor Country Club and had tips or uniform costs taken by Glenmoor since February 10, 2012 until April 12, 2016 are included in the class action settlement.
No. Our firm is handling this case on a contingency basis, and we we will be paid from the settlement amount at a rate deemed reasonable by the District Court judge.
A notice will be mailed to your address last known by Glenmoor. You may have moved however, and if you have not forwarded you mail to your current address you may not have received notice of the settlement. Please contact us immediately if you have not yet received such notice. If you cannot be located then you are at risk of losing the back wages we have obtained for the plaintiff class in this action.
David Miller: Dmiller@sawayalaw.com, or
Adam M. Harrison: AHarrison@sawayalaw.com