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IF YOU ARE OR WERE EMPLOYED AS A TRUCK DRIVER/MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATOR FOR THE ARMY & AIR FORCE EXCHANGE SERVICE, A COLLECTIVE ACTION LAWSUIT MAY AFFECT YOUR RIGHTS.

 

One-hundred forty-four employees who work or worked as truck drivers/Motor Vehicle Operators (MVOs) for the Army & Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) have sued AAFES under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) in the United States Court of Federal Claims alleging that AAFES failed to properly pay them compensation and overtime during the course of their employment with AAFES since February 21, 2014. The truck drivers/MVOs (Plaintiffs) allege that they are entitled to compensation and overtime and that Defendant’s failure to properly pay them compensation and overtime violated the law. The case name is Robert Adams, et al., and other similarly situated persons v. United States of America, Case No.: 17-239C.

The United States of America, the Defendant in the lawsuit, maintains that it did not violate the law and that its AAFES employee truck drivers/MVOs were compensated as required by all applicable laws.

The Court has permitted Plaintiffs to send this Notice to all similarly situated current and former truck drivers/MVO employees of AAFES so that they may be permitted to “opt-in” to, or join, this lawsuit to assert their similar legal rights. Your contact information has been provided to the Plaintiffs by the Defendant upon Court Order.

The Court has not yet decided whether Defendant has done anything wrong or whether this case will proceed to trial. Defendant has denied all liability. You have a choice to assert your legal rights in this case.

The law prohibits anyone from discriminating or retaliating against you for taking part in this case. If you believe that you have been penalized, disciplined, punished, threatened, intimidated, or discriminated against in any way as a result of you receiving this notification, considering whether to complete and submit the notice of consent, or having submitted the notice of consent, you may contact The Carlson Law Firm using the form above for assistance.

 


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