Markovits, Stock & DeMarco Files Class Action Lawsuit Against The Huntington National Bank

The attorneys at Markovits, Stock & DeMarco, LLC filed an Ohio class action lawsuit against The Huntington National Bank for failing to timely file mortgage satisfactions in violation of Ohio Revised Code Section 5301.36.  Filed on behalf of James T. Hoffman as plaintiff, the class action complaint alleges that Huntington filed a mortgage satisfaction relating…

Markovits, Stock & DeMarco Files Class Action Lawsuit Against General Electric Credit Union

The attorneys at Markovits, Stock & DeMarco, LLC filed an Ohio class action lawsuit against General Electric Credit Union for failing to timely file mortgage satisfactions in violation of Revised Code Section 5301.36.  Filed on behalf of Valerie Carr & Kai Krueger as co-plaintiffs, the class action complaint alleges that General Electric Credit Union filed…

Markovits, Stock & DeMarco Files a Class Action Lawsuit Based on KitchenAid’s Misleading Blender Horsepower Advertising, Marketing, and Sales Practices

On July 25, 2019, the attorneys at Markovits, Stock & DeMarco, along with co-counsel, filed a class-action lawsuit against KitchenAid and its parent company Whirlpool based on these companies’ misleading horsepower representations relating to KitchenAid’s Pro Line Series and High Performance Series Blenders. In addition to nationwide warranty claims, the class action lawsuit alleges a…

The Supreme Court of Ohio Reinstates Roger Bacon and GCL Coed’s Legal Challenge to Competitive Balance

Roughly a year ago, Roger Bacon High School and the Greater Catholic League Coed (GCL Coed) filed a lawsuit against the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) over the harmful impact that the OHSAA’s “competitive balance” rules have on the GCL Coed’s Catholic high schools. After hearing arguments, Judge Robert Ruehlman of the Hamilton County…

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Lawsuit Filed on Behalf of Antonio’s Pizza Delivery Drivers

Last month, a federal lawsuit was filed on behalf of delivery drivers at Antonio’s Pizza in Northeast Ohio. CLAIMS The suit alleges that drivers are paid a “tipped wage rate” (i.e., less than minimum wage) for all hours, including many hours worked inside the Antonio’s restaurants completing non-tipped duties. The suit also alleges systematic underpayment of…

Jimmy John’s Drivers: Are You Being Paid Properly?

MSD filed a lawsuit seeking to represent delivery drivers who have worked at Jimmy John’s franchises over the past several years. The plaintiff-delivery driver claims that the “Hohla & Wyss” Jimmy John’s franchisees denied delivery drivers proper wages in three distinct ways. Under-reimbursed automobile expenses and other “kickbacks” First, the plaintiff alleges that Jimmy John’s…

Court Awards Restaurant Workers over $750,000 for Unpaid Wages

On May 5, 2017, Markovits, Stock & DeMarco scored a major victory on behalf of four former employees at Los Arrieros Mexican Restaurant. The plaintiffs–three servers and one cook–were awarded $754,148.07 in unpaid minimum wages, and other damages under the Ohio Constitution, Article II, Section 34a, the Ohio Minimum Fair Wage Standards Act, and Ohio’s…