Pilot Law’s recent USERRA case: Huhmann v. FedEx, resulted in a trial verdict in the Southern District of California in favor of Pilot Law’s client, Dale Huhmann in April 2015. Mr. Huhmann is a retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel who alleged that he was denied $10,300 worth of signing bonus paid by FedEx while he […]
CONTACT US FOR A FREE CONSULTATION 619-255-2398 As we previously reported on “The Truth About Differential Pay”, in 2015 we obtained a favorable differential pay verdict on behalf of one of our Reservist clients. The case, which concerned the pay the Reservist was due from his Federal Government employer while he was on U.S. military […]
We recently obtained a favorable differential pay verdict on behalf of one of our Reservist clients. The case, which concerned the pay the Reservist was due from his Federal Government employer while he was on U.S. military duty, raised many interesting and important points, particularly for those who are in the Reserves and National Guard, […]
An appeal from the dismissal of an action under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act. Watch the recording of Jeffrey Church v. City of Reno, et al from July 8, 2015.
In a case involving USERRA’s “escalator principle,” our client was paid less of a signing bonus than he should have been paid because of his absence from FedEx for extended military leave. The amount in controversy was only $10,300 and FedEx refused to pay, forcing the Plaintiff to trial. After a one-day bench trial in the US District Court, Southern District of California, FedEx was ordered to pay the full signing bonus, attorneys’ fees, costs and pre-judgment interest.