Michael Jordan EMS Case Featured in Several Media Outlets
A case involving a wage dispute with 27 individual claimants from Charleston County’s EMS Department recently filed by Steinberg Law Firm attorney, Michael Jordan, has been picked up by several news outlets.
According to a Post and Courier story published on February 3, “(The suit) claims the county violated the federal Fair Labor Standards Act for not compensating employees for overtime. It also claims the county violated state law, including breach of contract and the South Carolina Payment of Wages Act.” There were also issues with overall pay. The story was also featured in the Journal of Emergency Medical Services and Michael Jordan was also interviewed on WCIV- ABC News 4 about the case.
Attorney Malcolm Crosland of the Steinberg Law Firm Elected President of Workers’ Injury Law and Advocacy Group
The Steinberg Law Firm is proud to announce the recent election of Attorney Malcolm Crosland to the Workers’ Injury Law and Advocacy Group (WILG). Founded in 1995, WILG is a…
By now, you have probably seen hundreds of photographs on social media of nurses, doctors and other healthcare professionals holding signs reading: “I stayed at work for you. You stay…