Join The DaVita Lawsuit
If you are a current or former employee of DaVita and feel that you have not been treated fairly with regard to your wages and/or overtime, you have come to the right place to find out about this lawsuit and our firm.
Meet the Attorney Handling The DaVita Lawsuit
Hi, my name is Colleen Calandra. My job is to help you if you have a legal problem with your job. I have been practicing law for over a decade. The values of hard work and caring for people struggling with problems with their job is important to me. I am very passionate about my job because it gives me the opportunity to help protect hard-working employees.
Growing up in Madison, Wisconsin, I always wanted to be a lawyer. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin, I attended law school at Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Michigan and graduated cum laude in 2001. I practiced law for five years and then I returned to law school and earned a Masters in Law, L.L.M., in Labor and Employment Law. This is an advanced legal degree focusing exclusively on labor and employment issues.
About the DaVita Case
Current and former hourly employees of DaVita Healthcare Partners, Inc. and Total Renal Care, Inc. (collectively “DaVita”) have sued DaVita in a collective action, claiming that DaVita violated the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) by failing to pay overtime wages and/or wages for work-related duties which occurred outside of scheduled shift hours, on weekends, and/or during lunch breaks. The Honorable Judge Marcia S. Krieger and the Honorable Magistrate Judge Nina Y. Wang of the United States District Court for the District of Colorado are overseeing this lawsuit, which is called Oldershaw, et al., v. DaVita Healthcare Partners, Inc., et al., Case No. 15-cv-01964-MSK-NYW.
DaVita’s records show that you currently work for or previously worked for DaVita as an hourly employee in Colorado at the Arvada, Aurora, Belcaro, Brighton, Boulder, Commerce City, East Aurora, Lakewood, Lakewood Crossings, Lone Tree, Sable, South Denver, or Thornton clinics between September 9, 2012 and the present. The Court has authorized mailing of this notice because you may have legal rights and options that you may exercise in this case.
What are the Plaintiffs Seeking to Recover?
The Plaintiffs are seeking to recover allegedly unpaid overtime wages and/or wages for work-related duties which occurred outside of scheduled shift hours, on weekends, and/or during lunch breaks, liquidated damages (which double the amount of any recovery), interest, costs, and attorney fees from DaVita.
How to Join the Lawsuit: You only have 90 days to Join
If you believe you were not fully reimbursed for overtime and/or work-related duties which occurred outside of scheduled shift hours, on weekends, and/or during lunch breaks by DaVita, you may elect to join the lawsuit and assert your claim against DaVita. Please contact our firm for more information.
What If I need an Extra Copy of the Notice or Consent to Join Form?
If you received a Notice and need an additional copy or a Consent to Join Form, please click here.
Retaliation by DaVita is Prohibited
You can join this lawsuit even if you are a current DaVita employee. Federal law prohibits retaliation against you in any way if you choose to participate in this case. You may be entitled to additional damages should a court determine that any adverse action was taken against you for joining this lawsuit.