Case Information:

This is a FLSA case brought by a former Account Executive for Oracle.  The lawsuit claims that Oracle’s managers told their Account Executives that they were not permitted to record more than forty hours of work per week.  The lawsuit also alleges that Oracle and its management knew that its Account Executives worked more than forty hours per week on a regular basis.  Yet Oracle did not pay for any work performed over forty per week.

The lawsuit requests lost wages liquidated (double) damages, injunctive relief, and attorneys’ fees.

The document that starts a lawsuit is called a Complaint. Click here to read the Complaint in this case.

Status Updates

June 5, 2018 - Court Stays the Case

On June 5, 2018, the Court stayed the case while the individual claims are being arbitrated.  You can read the order here.

May 31, 2018 - Joint Status Report Filed

On May 31, the parties filed a joint status report, informing the Court of the Supreme Court’s recent ruling affirming class action waivers.  Therefore, we stipulated to the dismissal of the class and collective claims and requested that the Court stay this case while the individual claims were litigated in arbitration.  You can read the status report here.

December 12, 2017

On December 12, 2017, the parties filed an agreed motion to compel arbitration and stay all proceedings.  You can read the motion here.  In the motion, the parties represented their agreement that the named plaintiff’s claims were covered by an arbitration agreement.  The parties disagreed, however, whether a class action waiver was enforceable and therefore requested to stay the case while the Supreme Court considered the issue.

November 11, 2017 - Complaint Filed

Click here to read the Complaint in this case.