Last year, an intern named Kyle Grant filed the initial suit against the major label Warner Music Group, and since then 3,000 others have joined him. The class action suit is for lack of payment. Although an internship position indicates that no pay is to be issued, legally if the internship duties are not “educational” and the company stands to benefit from the students’ work the plaintiffs could stand a chance of winning the case. In addition to the fact that the Fair Labor Standards require interns not to “displace regular employees” with their positions, according to Bloomberg Businessweek. The duties included answering phones, making photocopies, preparing coffee, and running personal errands for paid employees among other duties. Bad Boy Entertainment had a similar lawsuit last year for lack of payment by former intern Rashida Salaam. Seems like these interns want to dive right in to the work force. This is just a sign of the times, more work for no pay.