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Glass cutting company sued by staffing agency for alleged non-payment of $83K

By Louisiana Record reports | Jun 9, 2015

NEW ORLEANS – A New Orleans company specializing in glass cutting construction work is being sued for allegedly not paying for temporary workers provided by a human resources company.

Worknet 2000 Inc. filed suit against Standard Glass & Mirror LLC in the Orleans Parish Civil District Court on May 1.

Worknet 2000 Inc. claims it provided temporary labor services to Standard Glass & Mirror which never paid for those services. The plaintiff alleges the defendant owes $83,094.08 for the number hours worked and services provided.

Damages in the amount of $83,094.08 plus attorney’s fees is sought by the plaintiff.

Workout 2000 Inc. is represented by Roy M. Bowes of Gretna-based Roy M. Bowes & Associates.

The case has been assigned to Division E Judge Clare Jupiter.

Case no. 2015-04151.

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