Working Solutions Law Firm is a team of employment law attorneys working in New York City, New Jersey, and Massachusetts. The firm is announcing new litigation in the Bay State concerning alleged misclassification of employees.

BOSTON, MA, August 30, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ — Working Solutions Law Firm, a team of employment attorneys working on severance, FMLA, and unpaid wages issues in New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts at, is announcing new litigation concerning the misclassification of employees in the Bay State. The case is No. 1:23-cv-11639-IT and can be found at the US District Court District of Massachusetts at

“While this case spotlights the struggles of workers in Massachusetts, its essence underscores the vital importance of ensuring every worker is correctly classified and fully protected under both federal and Massachusetts law,” explained Chris Q. Davis, managing partners at the law firm. “We stand firm in our pursuit to uphold workers’ rights, ensuring that no employee is deprived of the rights, privileges, and protections they rightfully deserve.”

Here is background on the case. This is a collective and class action lawsuit filed by representative Plaintiffs against Amrock LLC on behalf of themselves and others similarly employed. The plaintiffs and others in the suit were employed as residential appraisers and related positions in the U.S., specifically Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Despite being non-exempt employees as per federal and state wage laws, the Complaint alleges that they weren’t classified as such, leading to a failure in receiving due overtime pay. According to the Complaint, this misclassification violates Rule 23 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Additionally, the Complaint alleges that Amrock LLC has intentionally infringed upon the FLSA, the Massachusetts Labor Law, and the New Hampshire Minimum Wage Law by not paying for all hours worked and improperly denying overtime compensation.


New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts are leaders in both the regional and national economy. Each state prides itself as being worker-friendly and having some of the toughest worker protection laws in the United States. Nonetheless, employers in these states have every incentive to misclassify workers as “independent contractors” vs. “employees.” Workers in New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts who believe that they may be experiencing misclassification are encouraged to visit the law firm’s information page on employment law at and to reach out for a confidential, no obligation consultation with an employment lawyer.


Working Solutions Law Firm is a law firm with offices in New York (New York City) and New Jersey that is committed to serving the possible needs of clients who are seeking an attorney. This includes but is not limited to claims of discrimination, retaliation, FMLA violations, wrongful termination, benefits & vacation pay, FLSA violations such as unpaid & overtime wages, severance agreements, and sexual harassment. For employers, the law firm handles issues such as litigation defense, handbook & contract drafting, compliance & HR advisory services, small business services, and startup services. Persons who may have employment law issues are encouraged to reach out to the law firm for a confidential, no obligation consultation.

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