SAN FRANCISCO – A former worker for a San Francisco moving and furniture delivery service alleges he was not paid a minimum wage or provided meal and rest periods.
Kenny Aubrey, in a representative capacity and on behalf of all similarly situated current and former and/or aggrieved employees, filed a complaint on Dec. 31 in the San Francisco Superior Court against Lugg Inc. and Does 1-50 citing the California Labor Code and the Industrial Welfare Commission.
According to the complaint, between June 2016 and July 2018, Aubrey was employed by defendant Lugg as a delivery driver and was initially compensated on an hourly basis and then a "commission" or hourly basis, whichever was greater. The plaintiff alleges he and other employees were never provided with how the commission and/or piece-rate units were earned or calculated.
The plaintiff holds Lugg Inc. and Does 1-50 responsible because the defendant also allegedly failed to pay plaintiff and the class of employees all minimum, regular wages and overtime wages and failed to provide meal and rest periods.
The plaintiff requests a trial by jury and seeks judgment for all damages, attorneys' fees, costs of suit, interest, penalties, injunctive relief and such other relief as the court deems just and proper. He is represented by Vilmarie Cordero and Nathan Reese of GrahamHollis APC in San Diego.
San Francisco Superior Court case number CGC18572439