Forester Haynie was mentioned this week in the Texarkana Gazette. Our firm filed a lawsuit in a Texarkana federal court last week accusing the owner of multiple area Domino’s Pizza franchises of paying delivery drivers less than minimum wage in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
The complaint was filed by Forester Haynie Wednesday on behalf of Bruce Gentry, a former delivery driver who worked at a Domino’s store in Mount Pleasant, Texas, from September 2015 to October 2017. Named as a defendant in the complaint is EPSI Inc. According to EPSI’s website, EPSI stands for “excellence in product, service, and image.”
The site states that the DoSoto, Texas-based company operates 31 stores in 25 cities including Hope, Ark., and Texarkana, New Boston, Atlanta, Longview, Athens, Bonham, Canton, Cedar Hill, Dallas, DeSoto, Ennis, Henderson, Jacksonville, Kilgore, Lancaster, Lindale, Midlothian, Mount Pleasant, Paris, Red Oak, Royse City, Sulphur Springs, Tyler and Waxahachie in Texas.
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