Vecchio v.
Quest Diagnostics, Inc., et. al.

United States District Court,
Southern District of New York

No. 1:16-cv-05165-ER-KNF

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August 16, 2018 - Deadline to submit or postmark a Consent to Join form


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Plaintiff filed this action under the FLSA against Quest on behalf of herself and other similarly situated medical examiners located throughout the United States. Plaintiff contends that Quest pays its medical examiners per-appointment, but also makes them perform a significant amount of off-the-clock work for which they are not compensated (e.g., examiners must call patients, print out the required paperwork, and gather all necessary supplies before appointments; spend time commuting between appointments; and review and finalize the necessary paperwork and process blood samples after appointments). Plaintiff claims that, once all of the off-the-clock hours are accounted for, examiners do not make minimum wage and/or overtime.

Quest denies that it has violated the FLSA.

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