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By Donna V. Smith | November 29, 2023
The wage-and-hour collective/class action mediation is a different type of case, and as mediator of wage-and-hour collective class action cases, I'd like to share some of the unique aspects of these types of cases.
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By ALM Staff | November 7, 2023
This suit was surfaced by Law.com Radar. Read the complaint here.
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By Chris O'Malley | November 3, 2023
"It really pays off to take that time and train anyone who has a hand in the hiring process," said Nancy Van der Veer Holt, a partner at FordHarrison.
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By Marianna Wharry | October 30, 2023
The complaint was first surfaced by Law.com Radar.
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By Andrea M. Kirshenbaum and Tanner McCarron | October 24, 2023
The NPRM proposes a more than 50% increase to the minimum salary thresholds to be classified as exempt from overtime under the white-collar exemptions (i.e., executive, administrative and professional) and a more than 30% increase to qualify for the highly compensated employee exemption.
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By Alex Anteau | October 23, 2023
A crane operator had a side hustle for years before he was injured. However, the COVID-19 pandemic drove away both clients and profits from the gig in the months leading up to a debilitating injury.
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By Riley Brennan | October 16, 2023
This complaint was first surfaced by Law.com Radar.
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By Cheryl Miller | October 11, 2023
The governor also signed legislation that will maintain current levels of lawyer licensing fees and give city attorneys and county counsel more authority to pursue Labor Code violations.
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By Allison Dunn | October 6, 2023
"Basically, Jordan's system required the employees to pay for their own hourly labor. And then once they had earned sufficient draw to cover that time, which Jordan's would take out of their earned commissions, Jordan's would pay them whatever commissions were left," Sutton's counsel, Brant Casavant, of Fair Work in Boston, explained to the justices Oct. 4.
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By Allen A. Shoikhetbrod | October 3, 2023
A discussion of some of the key areas and points of analysis concerning the new law.
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