Our Employee Payroll Class Action Lawsuits

Neufeld Legal P.C. can be reached by telephone at 403-400-4092 or email Chris@NeufeldLegal.com

We are presently pursuing a number of employee payroll class action lawsuits, which are at various stages of those legal proceedings, with a brief summary of the specific class action lawsuits being set out below together with additional information and resources that has been made available. These class action lawsuits emanate from the province of Alberta, although in specific cases they also pertain to employees in other parts of Canada that were subjected to employment underpayments and related demands that were comparable to those incurred by the defendant company's Alberta employees.

Sinopec Daylight Energy Ltd. and Sinopec Canada Energy Ltd.

A proposed class action has been brought against Sinopec Daylight Energy Ltd. and Sinopec Canada Energy Ltd. for their purported underpayment of former and current employees with respect to overtime pay, vacation pay, general holiday pay, general holiday pay when working, vacation pay on termination of employment, termination pay in lieu of notice and severance pay as required by the Alberta Employment Standards Code, the British Columbia Employment Standards Act and case law precedent, given the companies' alleged over-reliance upon foreign payroll systems and software to the employees' financial detriment. Click here for more information on the Sinopec Class Action.

KMC Mining Corporation

A proposed class action has been brought against KMC Mining Corporation for its purported underpayment of former and current employees with respect to overtime pay, vacation pay, general holiday pay, general holiday pay when working, vacation pay on termination of employment, termination pay in lieu of notice and severance pay as required by the Alberta Employment Standards Code and case law precedent, as well as pension entitlements from the Pension Plan for the Employees of KMC Mining Corporation in contravention of the Canada Income Tax Act, the Canada Pension Plan, the Alberta Employment Pension Plans Act, other related statutes and regulations, and applicable case law, given the company's alleged over-reliance upon foreign payroll systems and software to the employees' financial detriment. Click here for more information on the KMC Mining Class Action.

Imperial Oil Limited, ExxonMobil Canada Ltd., Imperial Oil Resources Limited

A proposed class action has been brought against Imperial Oil Limited, ExxonMobil Canada Ltd., Imperial Oil Resources Limited and their US parent corporation ExxonMobil Corporation, for their purported underpayment of former and current Alberta employees with respect to overtime pay, vacation pay, general holiday pay, general holiday pay when working, vacation pay on termination of employment, termination pay in lieu of notice and severance pay as required by the Alberta Employment Standards Code and case law precedent, as well as pension entitlements from their pension plans in contravention of the Canada Income Tax Act, the Canada Pension Plan, the Alberta Employment Pension Plans Act, other related statutes and regulations, and applicable case law, given each of the Canadian companies' alleged over-reliance upon ExxonMobil Corporation's Argentina-based payroll staff, systems and software to the employees' financial detriment. Click here for more information on the Imperial Oil / ExxonMobil Class Action.

InnVest Hotels and Accor Hotels

A proposed class action has been brought against BlueSky Hotels and Resorts Inc., InnVest Real Estate Investment Trust, Accor Canada Holdings Inc., and InnVest Hotels GP XV Ltd., for their purported underpayment of former and current hotel employees with respect to overtime pay, vacation pay, general holiday pay, general holiday pay when working, vacation pay on termination of employment, termination pay in lieu of notice and severance pay as required by the applicable provincial Employment Standards legislation and case law precedent, given the companies' alleged over-reliance upon foreign payroll systems and software to the hotel employees' financial detriment, together with their failure to abide by the requirements of the applicable Employment Standards legislation with respect to their instituting temporary layoffs and transitioning to permanent layoffs of their former hotel employees. Click here for more information on the InnVest / Accor Hotels Class Action.

Marriott Hotels and Starwood Hotels

A proposed class action has been brought against Marriott International Inc., Marriott Hotels of Canada Inc. and Starwood Canada ULC, for their purported underpayment of former and current hotel employees with respect to overtime pay, vacation pay, general holiday pay, general holiday pay when working, vacation pay on termination of employment, termination pay in lieu of notice and severance pay as required by the applicable provincial Employment Standards legislation and case law precedent, given the companies' alleged over-reliance upon foreign payroll systems and software to the hotel employees' financial detriment. Click here for more information on the Marriott / Starwood Hotels Class Action.

Clark Builders Group

A proposed class action has been brought against Clark Builders Group and the partnership's constituent Alberta corporations, for their purported underpayment / non-payment of former and current employees with respect to overtime pay, vacation pay, general holiday pay, general holiday pay when working, vacation pay on termination of employment and severance pay as required by the Alberta Employment Standards Code and case law precedent, given the company's alleged over-reliance upon foreign payroll systems and software to the employees' financial detriment, together with terminating employees due to the onset and disclosure of health conditions that required treatment, yet did not impact their job performance and the improper management and structuring of Clark Builders' Employee Share Ownership Program. Click here for more information on the Clark Builders Class Action.

Lafarge Canada

A proposed class action has been brought against Lafarge Canada Inc. for their purported underpayment of former and current employees with respect to overtime pay, vacation pay, general holiday pay, general holiday pay when working, vacation pay on termination of employment, termination pay in lieu of notice and severance pay as required by the applicable provincial Employment Standards legislation and case law precedent, given the companies' alleged over-reliance upon foreign payroll systems and software to the employees' financial detriment. Click here for more information on the Lafarge Class Action.

SMS Equipment

A proposed class action has been brought against SMS Equipment Inc. for its purported underpayment of former and current employees with respect to overtime pay, vacation pay, general holiday pay, general holiday pay when working, vacation pay on termination of employment, termination pay in lieu of notice and severance pay as required by the Alberta Employment Standards Code and case law precedent, given the company's alleged over-reliance upon foreign payroll systems and software to the employees' financial detriment, as well as terminating employees due to the onset and disclosure of health conditions that required treatment, yet did not impact their job performance. Click here for more information on the SMS Equipment Class Action.

Xtreme Oilfield Technology

A proposed class action has been brought against Xtreme Oilfield Technology Ltd. for its purported underpayment / non-payment of former and current employees with respect to overtime pay, vacation pay, general holiday pay, general holiday pay when working, vacation pay on termination of employment, termination pay in lieu of notice and severance pay as required by the Alberta Employment Standards Code and case law precedent, given the company's alleged over-reliance upon foreign payroll systems and software to the employees' financial detriment. Click here for more information on the Xtreme Oilfield Class Action.

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