Texas Electronics Manufacturer Cited Over $91,000 In Restitution And Penalties For Not Paying Employees

Boston, MA (CompNewsNetwork) – Attorney General Martha Coakley's Office has cited a Richardson, TX, based electronics manufacturer, Titan Nexus, Inc. (Titan Nexus), doing business as NEO EMS, for failing to pay employees who performed work at the company's Woburn location.  Titan Nexus' C.E.O., Bryan Chance, its C.F.O., R. Scott Hensell, and the company were ordered to pay nearly $82,000 in restitution to 17 employees, along with a $10,000 penalty to the Commonwealth.

In October 2008, the Attorney General's Office began an investigation of Titan Nexus after receiving complaints from employees alleging that they had not been paid wages for the month of September 2008 and for the first week of October 2008.  Investigators from the Attorney General's Fair Labor Division determinedthat Titan Nexus had failed to pay 17 employees over the time period.   

The matter was handled by Assistant Attorney General Bruce Trager and investigated by Inspector Mary Dullinger, both of the Attorney General Coakley's Fair Labor Division.

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