Many cases for unpaid overtime are settled before trial with the agreement that it will be kept confidential. You may joepardize any chance of settlement if you publicize the case.
I suggest you discuss this with your lawyer.
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Don't do anything before consulting with your attorney. Based upon the facts you present, a class action lawsuit in federal court could be commenced under federal law( The Fair Labor Standards Act) and state law.
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In terms of a discrimination as opposed to wage and hour case, the question would be whether he maintained such policies only for employees of Hispanic national origin. I hope your case includes the New York Labor Law as well as the federal, because the State law allows more years of back pay. I would not attempt to reach his customers. He'll just pass it off as a letter from a disgruntled employee, and you may be liable for interfering with his business relationships. (Admitted in CT and NY)
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