Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act Class Action Settlement

According to reports in the Tulsa World, an interesting class action case involving a bankrupt company has reached a settlement.  The case involves Arrow Trucking and the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN) which requires any company employing more than 100 people to give each employee at least 60 days notice of a plant closing and the termination of their employment.  Failure to provide notice can make employers liable for 60 days of wages per employee.  Furthermore, under federal bankruptcy statutes, an employee of a bankrupt company is entitled to a priortiy claim in the bankrupcty case.

Our compliments to the lawyers who took this case and made sure the employees were properly taken care of.

If you have a question about a North Carolina class action, contact Mike Malone at Hendren & Malone.

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