Crain’s Chicago recently published a story titled “Bow Truss owner Tadros files for bankruptcy” which reported on Cameron & Kane, LLC’s wage theft representation of former employees of Bow Truss. Excerpts and a quotation from firm partner, Scott Kane, can be found below.
“[Cameron and Kane LLC’s] wage-theft lawsuit remains active in federal court, with a status hearing set for March 14. Two of Tadros’ prior attorneys withdrew from the case, citing his failure to pay their fees, according to court documents.
Scott Kane, an attorney who filed the lawsuit on behalf of 10 former Bow Truss employees, said via email: “After a year of slogging through three different defense counsels, two bankruptcy proceedings, and numerous missed litigation deadlines, we remain steadfast and resolutely committed” to the effort. “We took this case knowing it was going to be a grind from day one.”
The other bankruptcy proceeding Kane references was an involuntary bankruptcy petition filed by Michelle Spooner, Tadros’ ex-wife, in February 2017.”