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Burrows, et al v. Auto Credit, et al

The case involved the representation of five former employees of Auto Credit, an auto dealership, in a lawsuit alleging violations of Washington’s anti-disability discrimination statute, Family Medical Leave Act, Minimum Wage Act, and Wage Rebate Act. The plaintiffs’ wage claims arose out of the company’s practice of deducting, from certain manager’s wages, business loss caused by customer defaults on loans that Auto Credit’s financing arm, Phoenix Financial, made to Auto Credit customers. The firm represented the plaintiffs along with attorney Jonathan Neill.  A copy of plaintiffs’ complaint is available here. The case resolved.


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