Please join us for PELA's first lunch CLE presentation of 2023, via Zoom!
David Miller will present regarding his firm’s recent victory in Ayo v. Meadow Vista Assisted Living, LLC, et al., a case under the Colorado Wage Claim Act, the Colorado Minimum Wage Act, and the Denver Revised Municipal Code in which a home health care worker, who was also a resident of the facility, claimed significant amounts of minimum wage and overtime during her employment there, from July 2015 through August 8, 2021. Denver District Court Judge Buchanan granted in part, Plaintiff’s motion for summary judgment, holding that Plaintiff was entitled to minimum wage and overtime under the Minimum Wage Orders 31-35, the COMPS orders 36 and 37, and the Denver Revised Municipal Code, and that the owner of the facility shared in liability as an “employer”, with the entity. This case was nominated for the CTLA Case of the Year Award and the calculations of the full award are ongoing, including a three year statute of limitations for willful violations and a six year statute of limitations for minimum wage violations!
Colorado Plaintiff Employment Lawyers Association is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization.