Prestige Corporate Relocation

Arteaga-Gomez v. Prestige Corporate Relocation, LLC (U.S. District of Colorado)

Class Action Case Settled For $200,000.00

Movers to get back pay!

Movers sued Prestige Corporate Relocation in January 2015 for failing to pay time and a half for overtime even though the employees routinely worked more than twelve hours a day and forty hours a week. Click to read a copy of the Complaint. Click on this link to read a copy of the Settlement Agreement reached May 18, 2016.

If you have worked as a mover for Prestige Corporate Relocation at any time from January 16, 2012 until May 27, 2016, you should be getting an Amended Notice of the Settlement. Please make sure we have your correct mailing and contact information and please send back the Receipt of Amended Notice of Proposed Settlement Agreement so we know how to contact you. You can see a copy of that Receipt by clicking here.

Frequently Asked Questions

Prestige Corporate Relocation

What is a class action?

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.

Is this certified as a class action?

On May 18, 2016 the parties reached a settlement of the case and have submitted that agreement to the Court for its preliminary approval. On June 2, 2016 the Denver District Court granted its preliminary approval. (link here). Under that agreement Prestige will pay a total of $215,000.00 to settle all wage and hour claims by its non-management movers and drivers from January 16, 2012 until May 18, 2016. Included within that amount are the attorneys’ fees and costs that will be subject to approval by the Court.

Who is included?

All current and former movers who work or worked at Prestige Corporate Relocation between January 16, 2012 and May 18, 2016 and did not receive time and a half overtime pay.

Do I have to pay to join the class?

No. Our firm is handling this case on a contingency basis and will be paid from the settlement amount at a rate deemed reasonable by the District Court judge..

How do I find out more?

A notice will be mailed to your last known address by the class action administrator. You may have moved, however, and if you have not forwarded your mail to your current address you may not receive notice of the settlement. Please contact us immediately if you worked for Prestige during the above described time period and are at a new address. 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.

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