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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jim Barton, Torres Law Group, PLLC 480-588-6120 Tempe, Ariz. – September 1, 2017 – The Torres Law Group, which represented the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 99 and 32 Democratic legislators in Maricopa County Superior Court, successfully defended local government authority to decide minimum wages and benefits for employees in […]Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Laura Garcia, 602-626-8805 TEMPE, Ariz. – Aug. 10, 2017 – The Davis-Bacon compliance division of Torres Consulting and Law Group (TCLG) helped recover more than $55,000 in back wages and benefits owed to workers in Colorado. The U.S. Department of Labor, in response to a complaint filed by TCLG, found that […]Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Laura Garcia, 602-626-8805 TEMPE, Ariz. (Aug. 1, 2017) – Torres Consulting & Law Group (TCLG) continues to grow, welcoming two new additions to the government relations team. “We are looking forward to the expansion of our government relations services by bringing on two very talented new staff members,” says TCLG Managing […]Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TEMPE, ARIZ., JANUARY 30, 2017 – Last week, Sen. Jeff Flake introduced legislation that would devastate working families by slashing the wages protected by the Davis-Bacon Act. Sen. Flake’s bill—the TIRE Act— would exempt infrastructure projects from having to comply with the prevailing wage requirements that other federally funded construction projects are […]Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jim Barton, (602) 626- 8805 TEMPE, Ariz. – December 20, 2016 – Torres Law Group attorneys Jim Barton and Saman Golestan headed to court today to defend Proposition 206 from a constitutional challenge by the Arizona Chamber of Commerce. Proposition 206 is a voter initiative to raise the minimum wage in […]Read More
Torres Consulting & Law Group helped the Florida Pipe Trades achieve success after the TCLG compliance team filed third party complaints to the U.S. Department of Labor targeting three Florida contractors. The DOL found RTD Construction Inc. to be in violation of Davis-Bacon and related Acts requiring back wages of $268,000 to be paid to […]Read More