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Style Citi Fashion, Owners Facing Lawsuit Over Unpaid Minimum Wage

A clothing maker formerly employed by Style Citi Fashion, Inc. claims in a proposed collective action that the women’s fashion retailer and two individual defendants failed to pay proper minimum wages under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and New York Labor Law. The case alleges the plaintiff regularly worked for the defendants “without any compensation for any of the hours that he worked,” and that Style Citi Fashion, which does business as Style Citi, failed to maintain accurate records of the hours he worked.

The plaintiff claims that from February 2014 until March 2015 he worked four days per week for three weeks per month, and five days per week one week per month, without being paid any wages.

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