Welcome to stevenlanglegalresearch.com. Researcher Steven Lang is currently investigating systematic violations of State and Federal law – overtime, sexual harassment, discrimination, withholding commissions – by 24 Hour Fitness, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as "24 Hour Fitness"). After careful analysis, class action law firms may conclude that a five hundred million dollar class action lawsuit is well indicated against 24 Hour Fitness.
If you are interested in reading through letters Mr. Lang has written to 24 Hour Fitness' General Counsel, Tony Bakos, click on the corresponding link at the bottom of this webpage.
If you are
a former or current employee of 24 Hour Fitness and you would like to
print out a blank affidavit to complete and send to
(Note: These files are in Adobe Portable Document Format [PDF] and can be viewed using the free Adobe® Reader®. It’s always best to have the most updated version of the free Adobe® Reader®. If you need to download the most updated version, click on the Adobe® Reader® link seen below on this webpage or log onto http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html.)
When sending in your affidavit, it is helpful (although, not necessary) to attach to the affidavit a copy of your ID information (e.g., a copy of your driver license, etc.), as well as a copy of your employee ID (if you have one).
It is also helpful (although, not necessary) to attach to the affidavit a copy of as much information as possible evidencing that you experienced wrongdoing (e.g., a copy of pay stubs, timesheets, etc.). By doing this, you assist the Court in verifying the wrongdoing, as well as identifying you as an employee of the company and a member of the plaintiff class.
In addition to sending in your affidavit, it is strongly recommended that you send to this website a video statement recorded by a home computer video cam, video cell phone, camcorder with uplink capabilities, etc.
It’s important to begin your video statement with the following words: “My name is [state your full name], and I declare, under the penalty of perjury, that I am at least eighteen years of age and am competent to testify to the following video statement, which is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.”
Having said these introductory words, video-record the statement that you want a judge and jury to see and hear. This video statement should record the wrongdoing that you have experienced, described in your own words. If possible, state the dates and times that you best remember experiencing the wrongdoing. It's also helpful to briefly state how the wrongdoing personally affected you, that is, how the wrongdoing made you feel (It's important for the judge and jury to see and hear this.). It is permissible to read from notes, if you find that helpful. Try to limit your video statement to under two minutes (although, you can go longer, if necessary).
It is helpful (although, not necessary) to video-record your ID information (e.g., video-record your driver license, etc.), as well as your employee ID (if you have one). It is further helpful (although, not necessary) to video-record as much information as possible evidencing that you experienced wrongdoing (e.g., video-record pay stubs, timesheets, etc.). By doing this, you assist the Court in verifying the wrongdoing, as well as identifying you as an employee of the company and a member of the plaintiff class. It is also helpful to video-record your affidavit (in case it becomes misplaced).
The video statement should be sent to the following email address: email@example.com. Sending your video statement by email is certainly preferable. If you cannot send your video statement by email, you can still send, by regular mail, your video statement recorded onto a cassette or disk. Mail to: Steven Lang, 267 Kentlands Blvd., PMB 3045, Gaithersburg, MD 20878.
Understand that by sending in your video statement, you agree to allow plaintiff-rights class action law firms to play the video statement in Courts of Law for judges and juries to see and hear. By sending in your video statement, you agree to release Steven E. Lang, and any corporations owned by Steven E. Lang, from any and all legal liability related to the video statement. You further agree that the video statement that you send in now entirely becomes the property of both Steven E. Lang and the plaintiff-rights class action law firms litigating in this matter.
It is best to send in both your affidavit statement and your video statement. The video statement, played before judges and juries, can evidence the human impact of the wrongdoing and, further, helps to authenticate the affidavit. However, if you only want to send in one statement, the affidavit statement is the most important.
A sample of a Class Action Complaint and Demand for Arbitration can be viewed by clicking on the following link:
If you are interested in reading the Statement by Steven Lang on the Benefits of Class Action Websites, click on the following link:
It should be noted that Mr. Lang has the following four class action websites active for review:
By participating in this class action website, you hereby release Steven E. Lang, and any corporations owned by Steven E. Lang, from any and all legal liability related to this class action website. Furthermore, you understand that neither Steven E. Lang nor this website, directly or indirectly, compensated or uncompensated, in any communicatory format, provides legal advice.
Finally, while it is possible that 24 Hour Fitness executives may attempt to falsely accuse Mr. Lang as an individual motivated by his own personal financial gain, for the record Mr. Lang will not accept any money from 24 Hour Fitness. Mr. Lang will not accept any money from the employees of 24 Hour Fitness. Furthermore, Mr. Lang will not accept any money from any class action law firms litigating against 24 Hour Fitness.
the Director of the National Center for Overtime Calculation, Mr. Lang
is currently the President of Steven E. Lang, LLC, a legal scholarship
research group dedicated to the study of advanced doctrines of law,
as well as the investigation of corporate and government wrongdoing. Mr.
Lang's office may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org