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Tropicana Casino Resort

This lawsuit seeks to recover unpaid wages for employees at the Tropicana Casino Resort in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The workers allege that the Company violated federal wage law by paying them a tipped minimum wage less than $7.25 per hour without satisfying the various notice requirements employers must meet in order to utilize the tip credit, maintained an impermissible clock rounding practice, and miscalculated the overtime premium rate to be paid for hours worked over 40 in a week.

If you worked at the Tropicana Casino Resort in Atlantic City, New Jersey during the past three years and would like additional information about this lawsuit, you can call us at (215) 884-2491 so we can answer any questions you have. Additional information and case updates are available below:

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Case Updates

Jun 5, 2020

Today, our firm along with co-counsel filed a collective action lawsuit in the federal court for the District of New Jersey on behalf of employees at the Tropicana Casino Resort. A copy of the Complaint is available below.

Jul 14, 2020

Today, the Tropicana filed an Answer denying that it violated any laws. A copy of the Answer is available below.

Sep 17, 2020

Today the parties participated in a conference with the federal magistrate judge assigned to the case. At the conclusion of the conference, the judge issued an initial scheduling order which is available below.

Dec 10, 2021

Today we filed a motion for conditional certification of the FLSA collective in this case. As part of this motion we asked the Court to order notice to be sent to workers who are potentially covered by this case so that they have the opportunity to join or "opt-in" to the case. The company will be filing an opposition to this motion in January, and it should take several months for the Court to rule on it.

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