Christopher Marlborough New York Overtime Law, Minimum Wage Law, Class Action Law, Wage Theft Lawyer
Christopher Marlborough is a New York Wage Theft lawyer practicing on Long Island and New York City. He represents workers who have been cheated out of overtime, minimum wage, and other wages by their employers. Christopher has been fighting for Plaintiffs since 2004 and has been litigating class action lawsuits since 2007.
Christopher has seen worker exploitation and wage theft first-hand in the course of his work as a vocational evaluator prior to attending law school. He provided work readiness assessments and career counseling to persons with disabilities. In this job, he developed a passion for workers’ rights, which continues to this day.
Christopher graduated magna cum laude from both undergraduate and law school. He was also recognized with numerous merit scholarships and awarded the prestigious Sparer Public Interest Fellowship from Brooklyn Law School.
Christopher is a former Chair (2018-2019) and Vice Chair (2015-2017) of the Nassau County Bar Association, Labor and Employment Committee. In 2021, he was awarded the Lawrence Solotoff Memorial Recognition for Distinguished Professional Achievement by the Committee. Chris has provided numerous continuing legal education presentations to attorneys on issues including wage theft and class action law.
Chris has been recognized by Super Lawyers magazine since 2013, first as a Rising Star (2013-2014) and then as a Super Lawyer (2014-2023).
Since founding the Marlborough Law Firm in 2013, Christopher has secured more than $20,000,000 in settlement funds for his clients, including an $11,000,000 settlement on behalf of a class of discount store workers, a $7,200,000 settlement on behalf of more than a thousand portable toilet company workers and more than $875,00 on behalf of cheerleaders for the Buffalo Bills, NFL Football team.
Prior to founding the firm, Christopher worked on a number of high-profile consumer fraud and wage theft cases. He was on the trial team that secured two jury verdicts for $37 and $50 million on behalf of a class of 150,000 users of Avacor, a phony hair restoration product. His experience in wage theft cases includes a lawsuit against the Ruby Tuesday restaurant chain, in which he represented more than 5,000 workers who joined the case.
- Casting a Wide Net in Wage and Hour Lawsuits – Christopher Marlborough. Nassau Lawyer, October 2015
- Evolution, Child Abuse and the Constitution – Christopher Marlborough. 11 Journal of Law and Policy 687 (2003)
- Employment Law Essentials, Nassau County Bar Association, Academy of Law, April 2015
- Who’s The Boss, Joint Employer Status in Wage/Hour Cases, Nassau County Bar Association, Labor and Employment Committee, May 2015
- Wage and Hour Law, Nassau County Bar Association, Bridge the Gap Weekend, January 2016
- Workplace Retaliation Under the FLSA and other Statutes, Nassau County Bar Association, Labor and Employment Committee, January 2017
- The Rights of New York Lawyers and their Employers Under the Wage and Hour Laws, Nassau County Bar Association, Civil Rights Committee, February 2017
- Lawsuits for Unpaid Wages, Law You Should Know Podcast, April 2018:
- Basics of Class Actions, Nassau County Bar Association, Labor and Employment Committee, March 2019
- Demystifying Class Actions, Nassau County Bar Association, Bridge the Gap Weekend, January 2019
- FLSA vs. NYLL: Distinctions That Make a Difference, Nassau County Bar Association, Nassau Academy of Law, December 2020
A Woman’s Work: The NFL’s Cheerleader Problem
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A Woman’s Work: The NFL’s Cheerleader Problem sheds light on the continued fight to end the gender pay gap prevalent throughout the National Football League. For over 50 years, NFL cheerleaders—women who are lifelong athletes were expected to both maintain a peak physical condition and fulfill extreme beauty standards. Many of these athletes have been historically underpaid, with some earning as little as $5 an hour, while others are never paid a salary at all. A Woman’s Work chronicles the journeys of cheerleaders from the Oakland Raiders and the Buffalo Bills, each of whom put their careers on the line to take legal action and fight for fair pay.
Through the stories of two women in particular—Lacy, a former cheerleader for the Oakland Raiders and mother of three, and Maria, a former Buffalo Bills cheerleader, both of whom take up the grueling fight for fair pay against the NFL—the film paints a vivid picture of gender inequality at the heart of America’s favorite pastime. A Woman’s Work features interviews with former cheerleaders—some who have filed lawsuits against and others who stand staunchly in support of the NFL—their family members, and labor lawyers.https://www.pbs.org/independentlens/documentaries/a-womans-work-nfls-cheerleader-problem/
Insider Exclusive: The Global Vision Avacor Fraud
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“The INSIDER EXCLUSIVE exposes this huge fraud….and how Dr Gordon and a team of snake oil con men ripped off more than a hundred thousand consumers to the tune of $168 Million dollars by using bogus advertising tactics as well as unproven test results and even phony ‘hair loss experts’ to convince thousands of victims that some of their products can guarantee a 90% hair regrowth rate.
We will also introduce you the tenacious & relentless team of Lawyers Scott Bursor, Tim Fisher, and Chris Marlborough who successfully represented a class of more than a hundred thousand Global Vision’s Fraud Victims, and won 2 of the biggest jury verdicts in California’s historyhttps://insiderexclusive.com/hair-loss-the-global-vision-avacor-fraud/
- Brooklyn Law School - J.D. - 2003
Graduated magna cum laude; Sparer Public Interest Fellow; Judge Moses M. Weinstein Scholar; Jerome Prince Memorial Evidence Competition, Writing Team; and Journal of Law and Policy, Senior Associate Editor
- State University of New York at Purchase - B.A. - 1991
Psychology; Graduated magna cum laude; Dean’s List; President’s Merit Scholar
- Nassau Community College - A.A. - 1989
- Nassau County Bar Association
- Member Since: 2013
- Vice Chair, Labor and Employment Committee: 2014-2016
- Chair, Labor and Employment Committee 2016-2018
- Recipient, Labor and Employment Committee: Lawrence Solotoff Award for Distinguished Professional Achievement: 2021
- Nassau Employment Lawyer’s Association, New York Chapter: Member
- National Lawyer’s Guild, New York Chapter: Member
- United State District Court, Northern District of California
- United State District Court, Eastern District of North Carolina
- United State District Court, Central District of California
- California State Courts
- United States Supreme Court
- United State District Court, Southern District of Florida
- New York State Courts
- Florida State Courts
- United State District Court, Eastern District of New York
- United State District Court, Southern District of New York
- United State District Court, District of New Jersey