Sammy’s Gentlemen’s Club

The Law Office of JJ Talbott currently represents current and former exotic dancers a/k/a “strippers” who worked at Sammy’s Gentleman’s Club in Pensacola, Fla. Plaintiffs allege that the Defendants misclassified the dancers as independent contractors, when the dancers were actually employees, and that Defendants violated the minimum wage provision of the Fair Labor Standards Act…

Escapes Gentlemen’s Club/ Edmund Burie and GC&P Of Pensacola, Inc.

The Law Office of JJ Talbott currently represents current and former exotic dancers a/k/a “stripper” who worked at Escapes Gentleman’s Club in Pensacola, Fla. Plaintiffs allege that the Defendants misclassified the dancers as independent contractors, when the dancers were actually employees, and that Defendants violated the minimum wage provision of the Fair Labor Standards Act…

Lookers Gentleman’s Club/Terry Thomas

The Law Office of JJ Talbott currently represents current and former exotic dancers a/k/a “stripper” who worked at Looker’s Gentleman’s Club in Pensacola, Fla. Plaintiffs allege that the Defendants misclassified the dancers as independent contractors, when the dancers were actually employees, and that Defendants violated the minimum wage provision of the Fair Labor Standards Act…

Arety’s Angels/ Amazing Journey, Inc., D/B/A Arety’s, and Arety Kapetanis.

The Law Office of JJ Talbott currently represents current and former exotic dancers a/k/a “stripper” who worked at Arety’s Angels Gentleman’s Club in Pensacola, Fla. Plaintiffs allege that the Defendants misclassified the dancers as independent contractors, when the dancers were actually employees, and that Defendants violated the minimum wage provision of the Fair Labor Standards…

Babe’s Gentleman’s Club / Babe’s South, Inc. and James W. King, Jr.

The Law Office of JJ Talbott currently represents current and former exotic dancers a/k/a “stripper” who worked at Babe’s Gentleman’s Club in Pensacola, Fla. Plaintiffs allege that the Defendants misclassified the dancers as independent contractors, when the dancers were actually employees, and that Defendants violated the minimum wage provision of the Fair Labor Standards Act…