Rhombus Services, LLC (d/b/a BrandPoint Services)

Rhombus Services, LLC (d/b/a BrandPoint Services)


This collective action lawsuit is going forward in the federal court located in Philadelphia, PA. The lawsuit seeks to recover unpaid overtime wages for Traveling Merchandisers who performed rebuilds at Dollar General retail stores and were paid by Rhombus Services, LLC or BrandPoint Services (collectively, "the company"). The workers allege that the company violated federal law by failing to pay them full overtime premium compensation for hours worked over 40 per week. The company denies that it violated any laws.

You can learn more about the lawsuit below. If you would like additional information, please call our office at (215) 866-1551.

Case Updates

MAR 31, 2022

Today, we started this lawsuit by filing a Complaint in the federal court located in Philadelphia, PA. We are pleased that Josef F. Buenker will be working with our firm to represent the hard-working merchandisers who join this lawsuit. A copy of the Complaint we filed is available below.

JUN 8, 2022

Today, the Court entered a stipulated Order substituting "Rhombus Services, LLC (d/b/a BrandPoint Services)” for “BPS OPCO, Inc. (d/b/a BrandPoint Services)” as the proper named defendant. A copy of this Order is available below.

JUN 16, 2022

Today, Rhombus Services (d/b/a BrandPoint Services) filed its Answer to the Complaint. A copy of the Answer is available below. As indicated, the company alleges, among other things, that it does not "employ" merchandisers, but rather that these merchandisers are "independent contractors." In other words, the company alleges that its non-payment of overtime wages is legally correct and that it has not violated federal law.

JUL 19, 2022

Today, the Federal Judge entered a stipulated Order "conditionally certifying" this lawsuit as a "collective action." As a result of this Order, current and former traveling merchandisers who performed rebuilds for Dollar General will be mailed a "Notice Form" describing the lawsuit and a "Consent Form" that can be used to join the lawsuit. A copy of this Order is available below.

Case Documents

  • “Have significant experience in similar matters under the [Pennsylvania Minimum Wage Act]” - Torres v. Brandsafway Indus. LLC, 2023 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 10631, at *8 (W.D. Pa. Jan. 20, 2023).
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