Former CI SECURITY SPECIALISTS (CISS) special events employees filed a putative class action lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court. The case seeks unpaid wages and expense reimbursements due to CI SECURITY SPECIALISTS (aka Private Security) special event workers, and Private Attorney General (PAGA) penalties. The legal action seeks to recover unpaid wages. The lawsuit is for workers of CI SECURITY SPECIALISTS, INC. who lived in California and were sent to work at special events such as concerts, music festivals (Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Lightning in a Bottle in Kern County), sports games, or horse races. Many the events were multi day music festivals many miles from the employees’ homes. The violations sued for apply to employees who were paid late even if they have been fully paid all their wages due.
The unpaid wages CISS Security has been sued for include:
The specific legal violations relating to unpaid expense reimbursements include:
Call 877-525-0700 if you wish to discuss the under payment of money to CI Private Security Service workers
The unique nature of the work at CISS required the employer to reimburse security officers and other special event workers for reasonable expenses incurred in order to perform their jobs. The class action filed by this law firm seeks to recover those expenses. If you have questions about expenses owed for your work at CISS please contact our law firm at 877-525-0700 if you are or were a California employee of CI Security Specialists, Inc.
The putative class action lawsuit for California workers seeks to recover:
Even though our law firm has spoken to numerous CISS employees, and has three clients acting as potential class representatives in this lawsuit, it is our goal to speak to as many people as possible who were harmed by CI Security Specialists, Inc. because they were not fully paid. Contact us at 877-525-0700. We have offices in Riverside, San Bernardino, Sherman Oaks, and Bakersfield.
The Employment Lawyers Group filed a lawsuit against CISS that seeks multiple labor penalties. Penalties are sought for late payments of wages, inadequate wage statements, and PAGA penalties including the failure to provide drinking water while security officers were stuck on posts. These penalties go back to 2019 in many instances, and 2022 in other instances. You may be a class member in this lawsuit if you worked for CISS at any time from July of 2019 until the present even if you were finally paid wages not originally paid on time.
A lawsuit was filed on behalf of CISS (CI Security Specialists) workers who worked special events in order to obtain the following penalties:
Our law firm’s investigation into the case reveals CISS employees experienced paystub violations entitling them to penalties for each paystub in which a paystub violation occurred. The problems with the paystubs that did not comply with California Labor Code Section 226 include some of the following, or all of the following:
Contact our firm at 877-525-0700 to see if you are part of the case filed for Labor Code penalties against CI Security Specialists