$140,000 trial verdict. A single manager of retailer Tuesday Morning hired the Spencer Law Firm to represent her in a claim for unpaid overtime wages. The case was tried before Orange County Superior Court Judge Ronald L. Bauer. After a three week trial The Spencer Law Firm obtained a $140,975.86 trial verdict on behalf of the employee.
$220,500 recovered for employees of a major national retailer. The Spencer Law Firm was hired to represent 9 Store Managers and Assistant Managers of a major national retailer of vitamins and health care products who were mis-classified as overtime exempt and were denied overtime compensation and meal and rest period compensation. The case settled for $220,500.
The Spencer Law Firm reached as $5 Million settlement on behalf of nine women who were subjected to unwanted hugging and kissing by the general manager of a popular Orange County restaurant. The case was filed in 2014. However, the restaurant declared bankruptcy in 2015 on the eve of trial. The Spencer Law firm then pursued claims against the individual and related entities alleged to be the equitable owners and alter egos of the bankrupt restaurant. The Spencer Law Firm successfully defeated a Motion for Summary Judgment on the alter ego claims and the case proceeded to trial. The alter ego case was tried in January of 2018 before the Honorable William Claster in Orange County Superior Court, who found the individual entities were the equitable owners and alter egos of the restaurant. The case settled after the alter ego verdict.