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Basketball Coach Beth Burns Wins $3.35 Million+ in Termination Lawsuit

Women in Higher Education   —   February 19th, 2017

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Top 100 Verdicts in California in 2016

TopVerdict.com   —   February 17th, 2017

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Oracle ‘systematically stiffed its salesforce’ claims new sueball

The Register   —   February 15th, 2017

As it appeared on the Register Big Red ‘categorically denies’ former worker’s claims it re-writes commission rules and puts sales people in ‘debt’ Simon Sharwood Updated: A new lawsuit filed by a former Oracle employee alleges the software giant “has systematically stiffed its sales force of earned commission wages for many years, by scrapping contractual […]

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Oracle Faces $150,000,000 Lawsuit By Former Worker

San Francisco Patch   —   February 15th, 2017

As it appeared on the San Francisco Patch The lawsuit, over commissions, seeks class action status. By California Patch (Patch Staff) SAN FRANCISCO, CA — A former Oracle America Inc. salesperson sued the business software giant in federal court in San Francisco Tuesday, alleging that it illegally reduces employees’ sales commissions retroactively. The lawsuit by […]

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Oracle faces $150m lawsuit over ‘clawed back’ sales commissions

Global Legal Post   —   February 15th, 2017

As it appeared on Global Legal Post By Kathryn Higgins A former employee claims that Oracle ‘has systematically stiffed its sales force of earned commission wages by axing employees’ commission plans once they start to yield strong results. The lawsuit, lodged with the US District Court in San Francisco, alleges that the company ‘re-plans’ its […]

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Oracle Hit With $150M Class Action by Sales Staff

Courthouse News Service   —   February 15th, 2017

As it appeared on Courthouse New Service MATTHEW RENDA SAN FRANCISCO (CN) – A former sales representative for Oracle brought a class action against the technology giant saying it rigged commission formulas to depress employee compensation and increase its own profits. Marcella Johnson, a former saleswoman at the company, sued Oracle in federal court on […]

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Oracle ‘stiffed’ sales staff by clawing back pay, $150 million lawsuit claims

Mercury News   —   February 14th, 2017

As it appeared on the Mercury News REDWOOD CITY — Salespeople at Oracle earned commissions but then had to pay money back under threat of legal action after the firm retroactively lowered their compensation, a $150 million lawsuit filed Tuesday claimed. Marcella Johnson of Modesto, who sold software for the Bay Area tech giant for […]

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Oracle Hit With $150M Suit Over Retroactive Commission Cuts

Law360   —   February 14th, 2017

As it appeared on Law360 By Bonnie Eslinger Law360, New York (February 14, 2017, 7:02 PM EST) — Oracle America Inc. was slapped Tuesday with a $150 million putative class action in California federal court alleging the computer technology giant stiffs its salesforce of earned wages by retroactively changing contracts to reduce commissions on past […]

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Oracle Sued for $150 Million for Lost Commissions

Silicon Valley Daily   —   February 14th, 2017

As it appeared on Silicon Valley Daily SAN FRANCISCO — Sanford Heisler, LLP, along with co-counsel from Kastner Kim LLP, have filed a class action lawsuit in U.S. District Court in San Francisco against Redwood City-based Oracle, alleging that the Silicon Valley giant has stiffed its sales employees of millions in earned commission wages by […]

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Oracle faces lawsuit over sales commissions

San Francisco Chronicle   —   February 14th, 2017

As it appeared on the San Francisco Chronicle By Bob Egelko, San Francisco Chronicle Lawyers for a former Oracle America saleswoman accused the Silicon Valley technology giant Tuesday of cheating employees out of millions of dollars by retroactively cutting their sales commission rates, and then deducting the difference from their paychecks, in order to boost […]

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