There is more in the news recently about the KAOS Class Action Lawsuit as Kaskade, a prominent DJ, files a lawsuit against the Palms for breach of his entertainment contract. Ryan Gary Raddon, whose stage name is Kaskade, and his attorneys claim that he had been given a 2-year contract to perform at 30 concerts over the two year period. The nightclub started canceling some of his concerts in October and November of 2019 and later closed the club, leaving no venue for the remaining concerts he was under contract to perform. Even though he was paid for October, he was not paid for November.
The article also mentions the KAOS Class Action Lawsuit, filed by Gabroy Law Offices, stating that hundreds of employees are owed pay for the 60 days required by the federal WARN Act. This act was enacted on August 4, 1988, and became effective on February 4, 1989, and states that employees must be give 60-days advance notice before terminating their employment due to covered plant closings and covered mass layoffs.
Attorney Christian Gabroy stated the following “We at this time are not going to take a measly two-week severance on behalf of the class, nor are we able to take the second option,” arguing workers may be unwillingly transferred to different locations across the valley for temporary, unstable jobs. The Workers agreed that the loss of their jobs will be a huge difficulty coming at the holiday season.