Alcoa - Fair Labor Standards Act

On September 15, 2010, the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York granted conditional certification in a Fair Labor Standards Act action brought by Locks Law Firm against Alcoa, Inc. on behalf of certain present and former employees of Alcoas Massena West plant in Massena, New York.

The Court also appointed Andrew P. Bell, a partner of Locks Law Firm and lead counsel in this action, as a Collective Action Counsel. On September 23, 2010 and as authorized and directed by the Court, Locks Law Firm mailed out Notices and Consents to the 263 present and former employees of Alcoas Massena West facility affected by this action.

If you are or were an Alcoa hourly employee and you perform or performed work involving molten metal processing in the ingot and/or pot room departments at the Massena West facility at any time since September 15, 2007, you are eligible to file a consent to join this action.

To take part, you must sign and send the a Consent Form to the lawyers listed below, or you may seek to retain counsel of your own choosing.

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