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Cooper Clinic/Mercy

This is a class action for breach of contract, promissory estoppel, and unjust enrichment. Cooper Clinic, P.A. provided health care services in Northwest Arkansas. As part of its compensation package, Cooper Clinic promised its employees paid vacation time off each year after they had worked for the Clinic for at least one year. The number of weeks each employee earned was based on their length of service with the Company. Cooper Clinic’s vacation benefits policy also provided that if an employee was terminated, any earned but unused vacation time would be paid to the employee. In early 2018, Cooper Clinic merged with Mercy Health and all remaining Cooper Clinic employees were terminated by Cooper Clinic and rehired by Mercy. Those employees, however, were told they would not receive their earned but unused vacation pay. 

If you worked for Cooper Clinic and did not receive pay for your earned but unused vacation time when the Clinic merged with Mercy Health, you may be entitled to financial compensation.

We are looking for the following information:

  • Any documents or records relating to your claim that you were entitled to earned but unpaid vacation time;
  • Any documents or records relating to Cooper Clinic’s vacation policy; and
  • Any documents or records relating to Mercy Health’s decision to not pay Cooper Clinic employees for their vacation time.

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