What if my employer doesn’t pay me?

Employers are required to pay at least minimum wage to employees. When an employee performs work, an employer must pay the employee the full amount of money owed, including both regular wages and overtime for hours worked in excess of 40 hours per week. Commissions, bonuses and all other amounts due must also be paid within a reasonable period of time. When an employer fails to pay as required, an employee can file a civil lawsuit or seek help from the government agency responsible for enforcing the rights of workers.

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What is a Refusal to Deal?

The definition of a refusal to deal or a concerted refusal to deal is an agreement between competing companies, or a company and an individual or business, to refuse to do business with another. A refusal to deal violates the Sherman Act and antitrust laws, and is illegal in the United States.

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Who Pays for Repairs After a Car Accident During a Test Drive?

If you get into a car accident during a test drive of a vehicle, generally the dealership will be responsible for paying for the damages and will do so through its own insurer. However, in certain instances, the dealership may attempt to collect reimbursement for the deductible or for the whole amount of damage.

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