Employee Sues Morristown Golf Club Over Labor Wage Dispute

By Douglas Lipsky

MORRISTOWN, NJ — A former caddie at The Morris County Golf Club claims in a lawsuit filed in state Superior Court in Morris County that he and others were not paid minimum wage or overtime pay despite working long hours on the course.

The Morris County Golf Club, founded in 1894, is one of the most prestigious in the state, boasting an elect “members-only club dedicated to the spirit of great sportsmanship” and is surrounded by a 150-acre course designed by architect Seth Raynor.

Read more here: https://patch.com/new-jersey/morristown/employee-sues-morristown-golf-club-over-labor-wage-dispute

About the Author
Douglas Lipsky is a co-founding partner of Lipsky Lowe LLP. He has extensive experience in all areas of employment law, including discrimination, sexual harassment, hostile work environment, retaliation, wrongful discharge, breach of contract, unpaid overtime, and unpaid tips. He also represents clients in complex wage and hour claims, including collective actions under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act and class actions under the laws of many different states. If you have questions about this article, contact Douglas today.