Silver Golub & Teitell LLP (“SGT”), along with co-counsel, currently represents aerospace industry workers in seven putative class action lawsuits (the “Lawsuit(s)”) in Connecticut on behalf of current and former employees of Pratt & Whitney and other aerospace companies (the “Defendants”) alleging that Defendants participated in an illegal, “long-running conspiracy to restrict the hiring and recruiting of employees among their respective companies,” according to the United States Department of Justice.
As the DOJ alleges, the conspiracy harmed aerospace industry employees by limiting employment opportunities and suppressing wages. Six individuals (five aerospace executives and one former manager) have been indicted to date for their participation in the conspiracy.
The cases are Conroy et al. v. Agilis Engineering et al., No. 3:21-cv-01659 (D. Conn.); Kintz v. Agilis Engineering et al., No. 3:21-cv-01674 (D. Conn); Boodram v. Agilis Engineering et al., No. 3:21-cv-01674 (D. Conn.); Renteria v. Agilis Engineering et al., No. 3:21-cv-01736 (D. Conn.); Borozny et al. v. Agilis Engineering, Inc. et al., No. 3:22-cv-00032 (D. Conn.), Roe et al. v. Agilis Engineering, Inc. et al., No. 3:22-cv-00086 (D. Conn.) and Leavitt v. Agilis Engineering, Inc. et al., No. 3:22-cv-00103 (D. Conn).
The companies that are alleged to have participated in the conspiracy include the following:
Cyient (previously known as InfoTech)
Parametric Solutions, Inc. (PSI)
Pratt & Whitney (owned by Raytheon)
If you’re an aerospace engineer or other skilled worker in the aerospace industry that was employed from 2011-2019 and wish to discuss whether your compensation or career advancement was impacted by the alleged conspiracy, fill out the form below and one of SGT’s antitrust attorneys will review your information.
If you wish to discuss your rights in relation to this class action, please contact Ian Sloss by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at (203) 325-4491.
Aerospace No-Poach Litigation Information Submission Form
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SGT has an unparalleled history of representing Connecticut workers. The following are just a few notable examples of results SGT has achieved litigating on behalf of individuals wronged by their employers:
In 1983, serving as class counsel in an ERISA action that obtained additional pension benefits for more than 40,000 Xerox Corp. employees and retirees.
In 1994, SGT settled a federal False Claims Act action against United Technologies Corp. (the owner of Pratt & Whitney until last year) for over $150 million which at the time was the largest award at the time recovered by the U.S. government under the Act.
In 2015, SGT obtained a settlement valued at over $250 million on behalf of thousands of public sector union employees who were fired by the State of Connecticut in violation of their First Amendment rights of free speech and association.
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