California millwork firm sued, allegedly failed to pay wages
August 18, 2021 | 9:40 am CDT
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ORANGE, Calif. - California-based Fineline Architectural Millwork is being sued for allegedly "failing to accurately pay employees' wages for all their time worked."

Orange Country law firm Zakay Law Group says Fineline violated California's labor code by "failing to pay minimum wages, pay overtime wages, provide required meal and rest periods, provide accurate itemized wage statements, reimburse employees for required expenses, and provide wages when due."

The class-action suit is currently pending. 

We've reached out to Fineline for comment and will update this story accordingly.

Fineline manufacturers interior mouldings, baseboards, crown moulding, doors, window casings, and more. 

 

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