Groendyke Transport

Case Information

Our firm filed a lawsuit against Groendyke Transport on behalf of a group of employees who worked as Logistics Coordinators for Groendyke Transport. The lawsuit claims Groendyke paid its Logistics Coordinators a salary and thus did not pay Logistics Coordinators any overtime wage premium for hours worked over forty hours each week as required by the Fair Labor Standards Act.  The Fair Labor Standards Act is a federal law that requires employers to pay certain employees overtime wages for any hours worked over forty in a week.

The lawsuit alleges Groendyke paid its Logistics Coordinators a salary for all hours worked, including hours worked over forty in a week, and thus Groendyke failed to pay its Logistics Coordinators the required overtime wage premium for hours over forty (40) hours each week. The lawsuit is brought as a collective action on behalf of Logistics Coordinators who worked for Groendyke nationwide who were paid a salary and not paid the required overtime wage premium for working more than forty (40) hours a week in the past three years.

Status Updates

January 4, 2024 – Court Grants Plaintiffs Motion for Conditional Certification

The Court conditionally certified this case and ordered that notice be disseminated to Groendyke’s Logistics Coordinators to notify them of their right to join this lawsuit.

October 31, 2023 – Court denies Groendyke’s motion for summary judgment. 

The Court denies Groendyke’s motion and finds that Groendyke failed to prove that Logistics Coordinators are exempt from overtime as a matter of law.

September 26, 2022 – Plaintiffs file a Motion for Conditional Certification

Plaintiffs ask the Court to notify Groendyke’s Logistics Coordinators of their right to join this lawsuit.

June 29, 2022 – Complaint filed

The lawsuit was filed in the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, where Groendyke is headquartered.

Join the Lawsuit

If you worked for Groendyke Transport Inc. as a logistics coordinator at any time from June 29, 2019, to present, you are eligible to join a lawsuit for unpaid wages and money damages.  However, in order to participate and be included in the lawsuit, you must sign and return a consent form to Herrmann Law before April 25, 2024. You may review and submit a consent to join the case by clicking “Review & Sign Consent Form” on the button below or visiting

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