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Thursday, February 12, 2015

More Class-Action Lawsuits Against Epic

This just in: Lawsuit Seeks Overtime Pay for Epic Technical Writers

There are two new lawsuits suing Epic for overtime wages, pretty much identical except for which writers each lawsuit affects. The one lawsuit is for writers who left Epic before April 2, 2014 (when an arbitration agreement went into Epic's employment contract); the other is for writers still employed after April 2.

The article didn't say which law firm was involved, but some high-end detective work (I googled James Jansen lawyer) showed that it's Habush, Habush, and Rottier. If you're a current or past writer, you ought to contact them.


  1. Thank you, whoever you are, for your website and articles and updates. Current/former Epic employees are often intimidated to post responses, but your website is truly appreciated and has a loyal following. Sad to say, there is a lot of hurt and resentment experienced by current and former Epic employees.

  2. Former Epic TrainerSeptember 3, 2015 at 2:05 PM

    The same firm is also looking into bringing a similar lawsuit on behalf of Epic trainers. I've been contacted and had several phone calls with them to provide information about the working conditions and compensation as a trainer at Epic.