Recent Cases Representing Employees:

Executive Compensation
$1,400,000 dollars

Confidential Settlement
$500,000.00 in a employment discrimination lawsuit based on national origin.

Confidential Settlement
$200,000.00 in a employment discrimination lawsuit based on disability of employee.

Confidential Settlement
$140,000.00 in an employment discrimination lawsuit based on overtime wages due to three employees.

Medrano v. Mi Colombia Bakery, Inc., et al.
This firm represented an Employee that was hired as a delivery driver. The Employee was paid less than $4.00 per hour and was not paid any overtime wages. A two-day jury trial was held and the Employer was found to have violated the law. The jury decided in favor of the Employee and awarded minimum wages and overtime wages, which were later doubled by the Judge. The Court entered Final Judgment in favor of the Employee in the amount of $62,176.98.
Final Judgment
Verdict

Blanco, et al. v. Biscayne Wine Group, LLC, et al.
This firm represented several Employees hired by several commonly owned South Florida liquor stores as store clerks. A five-day jury trial was held and the Employer was found to have violated the law. The Jury determined that Employees were entitled to minimum wage and overtime wages, which were later doubled by the Judge.

Jury Verdict

Corbo v. Zuperpollo Enterprises, Inc., et al.
This firm represented an Employee that was hired by a local restaurant as a server. A one-day bench trial was held and the Employer was found to have violated the law. The Judge determined that Employee was entitled to minimum wage and overtime wages, which were later doubled by the Judge. The Court entered Final Judgment in favor of the Employee in the amount of $87,566.78.
Final Judgment

Galdames, et al. v. N& D Investments Corp., et al.
Employees sued for unpaid overtime wages. The jury returned a verdict in favor of Employees.
Final Judgment

Cruz, et al. v. Consolidated Sandwich Corporation
This firm represented six Employees that worked as servers at a restaurant. They sought to enforce minimum wage and overtime wage violations. After a jury trial, the Employer was found to violate the law. The Court entered judgment in the amount of $160,782.54.
Final Judgment

Ortiz, et al. v. Santuli Corp., et al.
This firm represented six Employees that claimed overtime and minimum wage violations. After a Jury trial, a verdict was rendered in favor of the Employees. The Court entered Final Judgment against the Employer in the amount of $198,854.61.
Jury Note
Jury Verdict
Final Judgment 

Confidential Settlement Agreement

$820,000.00.

Pencz, et al v. Heavenly Spirits d/b/a Renso Restaurant

The law firm represented two restaurant employees. After a jury trial, the Jury awarded money damages which were later doubled by the Court to $102,860.00.

Verdict
Final Judgment
Order Awarding Attorney’s Fees and Costs

Cordero v. Owre

January 2, 2017. The Court solidified the law. Employees must be promptly paid their wages on payday when due. The failure to timely pay the wage results in a minimum wage violation.

Report

Leyva v. Salomon Gold, et al.

The law firm represented the Plaintiff in an overtime and minimum wage case. After a jury trial on December 11, 2017, the jury awarded money damages and was doubled by the court to $80,760.00.

Montalvo v. El Pasapoga

The law firm represented the Plaintiff in a pregnancy discrimination case. After a jury trial on July 16, 2018, a jury awarded money damages in the amount $27,400.00.

Bonilla v. Pamela’s Restaurant

The law firm represented the Plaintiff in an overtime case. After a jury trial on September 12, 2018, a jury awarded money damages in the amount $68,351.50.

Cases Representing Employers:

September 2013: Pino v. Painted to Perfection, et al.
This firm represented the Employer in defense of an overtime claim filed by a former Employee. The Court entered summary judgment in favor of the Employer and dismissed Employee’s claim with prejudice.

Summary Judgment

April 2013: Rodriguez, et al. v. Pan & Plus Baking, LLC, et al.
This firm represented the Employer in defense of overtime claims filed by three Employees.  The Court entered summary judgment in favor of the Employer and dismissed all claims filed by the Employees.

Summary Judgment

Llanes v. Central Transport, Inc.
An employer was sued for allegedly retaliating against Employee who made workers’ compensation claim. The Court entered Summary Judgment in favor of the Employer. The case was dismissed.

Summary Judgment

Garcia P.A. v. Y Perez and C. Cini

The law firm represented another law firm and the attorney, individually, in a retaliatory discharge claim. The court entered an order granting summary judgment and the cases against the corporation as well as the attorney individually were dismissed. The employees appealed but the appellate court affirmed the decision of the trial judge.

Order Granting Summary Judgment
Final Judgment

Delva v. Diaz Supermarkets

The law firm represented a chain of supermarkets which were sued for alleged discriminatory discharge. The Court granted summary judgment in favor of the employer.

Order Granting Summary Judgment
Final Judgment

Rodriguez Moyet v. Monte Carlo

The employee sued her 89-year-old employer alleging overtime and minimum wage violations. The Court granted summary judgment in favor of the employer. All claims against the employer dismissed.

Order granting summary judgment
Final Judgment

Rodriguez et al, v. Pan & Plus Baking, LLC, et al.

The law firm represented an importer of bakery products. The employee claimed overtime wages. The Court entered summary judgment in favor of the employer who was exempted from FLSA coverage by virtue of the Motor Carrier Exemption.

Order Granting Summary Judgment

Trail Auto Tag Agency v. Sonia Sordo

The law firm represented an Employer which operate as an Auto Tag Agency. The employee claimed discrimination in the workplace. The court granted summary judgment in favor of the Employer.

Order Granting Summary Judgment