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Clark Construction Group, LLC

This lawsuit seeks to recover unpaid minimum wage and overtime compensation for individuals who performed work at “The Warf” development located on the Southwest Waterfront in Washington, D.C. for Defendants B. Coleman Flooring Installation, LLC, Lakota Contracting, Inc., t/a NCF Interiors, and Clark Construction Group, LLC. The workers allege that the Defendants violated federal and District of Columbia wage laws by failing to pay them the mandated minimum wage and overtime premium compensation.

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Case Updates

May 11, 2018

Today, our firm, along with Joseph, Greenwald & Laake, P.A, filed a collective action lawsuit against Defendants in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia on behalf individuals who worked at "The Warf" development located on the Southwest Waterfront in Washington, D.C.. The lawsuit alleges that the Defendants violated federal and District of Columbia law by failing to pay workers minimum wage and overtime compensation when they worked over 40 hours in a week. You can access a copy of the Complaint below.

Aug 3, 2018

Today, two of the Defendants filed an Answer to the Complaint. In the Answers, Defendants deny violating the law and asserts that its pay practices are legal. You can access copies of these documents below.

Aug 29, 2018

Today, the Clerk of Court entered a default against Defendant B. Coleman Flooring Installation, LLC.

Sep 6, 2018

Today the Court issued an order setting an initial case management conference for October 9, 2018. It is anticipated that a schedule for the remainder of this case will be established at this conference.

Dec 12, 2018

Today, we filed a motion for "conditional certification" of this lawsuit. If this motion is granted by the Judge, the workers who have joined the case to date will be able to proceed through discovery in a single lawsuit. A copy of the motion papers are available below.

Jun 6, 2019

Today, the federal judge overseeing this lawsuit issued an order granting our motion for conditional certification. We are very pleased with this decision. Especially in light of the fierce opposition that was filed by the Defendants. As a result, the 12 workers who have already joined this case will be able to proceed in a single lawsuit. A copy of the Court's ruling is available below.

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