After months of speculation, it is finally official: the City is settling a lawsuit with Richmond Police officers for unpaid overtime. We now know just how much money that settlement agreement could cost the city.
City owes $1.5M for unpaid overtime going back to 2008 PETERSBURG — The City of Petersburg added another hefty bill to its payment list after a class-action lawsuit between members of the Bureau of Police and the city was settled Jan. 4. The settlement...
Henrico County could pay more than $580,000 to settle a dispute over fire captains’ overtime pay. The county has agreed to pay a total of $63,174 to three retired fire captains who filed a lawsuit contending they were wrongfully denied overtime wages. The agreement...
Richmond City, and Mayor Dwight C. Jones, agree to settle expanded Social Service lawsuit for $2.75 Million
One hundred thirty four (134) Social Services employees seek overtime compensation from the City of Richmond with a $2.75 million dollar settlement. (May 11, 2016)
The city of Richmond quietly agreed to a $750,000 settlement earlier this year in a lawsuit brought by dozens of employees who claimed they were improperly denied overtime pay.
The judge denied the city’s request Friday afternoon to dismiss part of a lawsuit filed by more than 500 city police officers for overtime pay.