Baroid Mud Settlement
- Employees of Halliburton Energy Services who were employed between 2012 and 2015 may be eligible to receive compensation thanks to a class action lawsuit
- The deadline to file a claim the in the overtime class action suit against Halliburton is March 21 of 2016l
A class action lawsuit against Halliburton Energy Services alleges that employees in the positions of Field Service Representative I through Field Professional II were not paid proper overtime from Jan. 1, 2012 to June 30, 2015. Halliburton has denied any wrongdoing in this case, and insists that overtime was properly documented, but they have agreed to settle this case out of court. It’s not yet known how much each person will receive from the Halliburon settlement, because the check amount depends on how many people file claims.
To contact the claims administrator in the Halliburton overtime lawsuit please write to Richard J. Burch, Bruckner Burch PLLC, 8 Greenway Plaza, Suite 1500, Houston, TX 77046 or call (713) 877-8788 or (800) 443-2441.
Blake Campbell, et al. v. Halliburton Energy Services, Inc. Settlement Footnotes
- Workers can file a claim in the class action suit against Halliburton online through the Baroid Mud Settlement site or through the mail
- The deadline to file a claim in the Halliburton class action lawsuit is March 21, 2016
- The final hearing will be held March 28, 2016
- If approved by the judge, settlement checks from Halliburton will be sent out within 14 days of this final approval
Workers filing a claim in this class suit against Halliburton can also file a change of address if they’ve moved after sending in their settlement documents.
More About Halliburton
Halliburton was founded in 1919, in Duncan, Oklahoma, and is one of the world’s largest oil field services companies. Halliburton has their corporate offices at 3000 N. Sam Houston Pkwy E., Houston, TX 77032. Halliburton operates in more than 80 countries, and has around 70,000 employees. Halliburton has come under fire several times over involvement in the 2003 Iraq War, mostly due to ties with then Vice President Dick Cheney.