TWITTER EMPLOYEES: Contact us for information on how to bring a legal claim
We have filed 4 class action cases, about 1700 arbitrations and counting, and charges with the National Labor Relations Board challenging Twitter's treatment of workers since Elon Musk took over the company.
Our firm only represents employees. We pioneered the technique of bringing mass arbitrations 15 years ago, when companies attempt to block class actions through the use of arbitration agreements.
In our initial action, the court has compelled arbitration, meaning that most employees need to sign up for an arbitration if you want to enforce your rights. We believe all employees who have lost their jobs at Twitter since Elon Musk bought the company are entitled to additional severance pay, and many have additional legal claims as well. Do not sign Twitter’s severance agreement if you want to pursue these claims.
Read below about our legal actions against Twitter and reach out to us with any questions.
The workers the mass Twitter layoffs left behind
CNN | March 2023
Elon Musk faces upward of $130 million in legal costs to fight laid-off Twitter workers over severance pay
Business Insider | February 2023
Twitter Playing 'Stupid Game' to Stall Ex-Workers' Legal Claims: Lawyer
U.S. News | February 2023
Twitter Workers Forced to Drop Group Lawsuit Over Severance
Bloomberg | January 2023
A lawyer representing hundreds of laid-off Twitter staff has accused Elon Musk of trying to 'fleece' workers over severance pay
Business Insider | January 2023
Severance for laid-off workers is Musk's latest mess at Twitter
Daily Kos | January 2023
Two months after mass Twitter layoffs, affected employees still waiting for severance offers
CNN | January 2023
Twitter hit by legal complaints from 100 former employees following Musk's layoffs
CNN | December 2022
Twitter's Elon Musk is warned to prepare for 'hundreds or even thousands' of arbitration cases
Los Angeles Times | December 2022
Former employees suing Twitter speak out on Elon Musk's 'clumsy and inhumane' layoffs
CNN | December 2022
Twitter on defensive during court hearing over new lawsuit notification
Forbes | December 2022
Female Twitter staff had 'targets on their backs' in Elon Musk's layoffs, a lawsuit claimed
Business Insider | December 2022
NPR | December 2022
Twitter offering some laid-off staff only half what they’re owed, lawsuit says
Ars Technica | November 2022