Infosys Mccamish Systems Service Delivery Analysts


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The Defendant

Infosys McCamish Systems offers proprietary information system solutions for businesses worldwide. The Company operates in the United States and India and works with clients worldwide.

The Employees

Position(s): Service Delivery Analysts

Location(s): anywhere in the United States

Time Period: February 2017 to present

The Claims in the Lawsuit

The lawsuit alleges that Infosys McCamish Systems violated the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”)  by failing to pay Service Delivery Analysts overtime premium for their hours worked in excess of forty (40) in a workweek.

Frequently Asked Questions

 Can Defendants discipline or fire me if I join the case?

No! The Fair Labor Standards Act prohibits retaliation and imposes harsh measures against employers who retaliate. For further information, please consult the Department of Labor’s Fact Sheet.

Will I have to testify or provide documentary proof?

If you have records relating to your work with Infosys McCamish Systems, please keep them until we ask you for them.  However, you do not need to have records of your work hours to be included. If Infosys McCamish Systems did not keep accurate time records, most courts will permit you to make a “good faith” estimate of your work hours.  We will seek any records the company has of your hours worked. Please ensure you do not destroy any documents or data you have that relate in any way to your work for Infosys McCamish Systems.

Do I have to pay anything?

No, you will not have to pay us anything out of your own pocket.  We are handling this case on a contingency basis. This means we will only be paid if the lawsuit is successful in obtaining relief either through a settlement or an award, and that payment will only come out of that settlement or award.

How long will the case take?

The length of this kind of lawsuit varies from case to case, but they typically last one to three years.