Even Busta Rhymes Can’t Keep Settlement of Unpaid Overtime Claim Confidential
Posted on May 23, 2018READ MORE
Failing to Keep Time Records Can Come Back to Bite You
Posted on April 18, 2018READ MORE
Does Time on Mobile Device Support a Claim for Unpaid Overtime?
Posted on August 9, 2017
Posted in Overtimethe situation You have employees who are doing work after hours on their mobile devices. Although you have a procedure for submission of any overtime worked, these employees do not report these hours as time worked. Can they bring a claim against you for unpaid overtime under the FLSA, arguing that you should have known […] READ MORE
Applying the Administrative Exemption under the FLSA
Posted on July 12, 2017READ MORE
Duane Reade Settles FLSA Collective Action for $13.5 Million—But Can’t Make Plaintiffs’ Counsel Keep Quiet About It?
Posted on May 17, 2017READ MORE
Even if Staffing Company is Paying Employees, You Could be on the Hook for Unpaid Wages
Posted on April 19, 2017
Posted in Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Minimum Wage, Overtimethe situation You go through a temporary staffing company for a certain group of employees and that company takes care of paying the employees. If the staffing company fails to properly pay these employees, what type of consequences could you face? READ MORE
Can Employers Obtain Cell Phone GPS Data In Unpaid Overtime Case?
Posted on February 8, 2017
Posted in Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Other, Overtimethe situation You operate a company in which employees frequently use personal cell phones for work reasons. A group of employees joins together and files a collective action, asserting that you failed to pay them overtime as required under the FLSA. You want to get ahold of GPS and location services from their cell phones […] READ MORE
New FLSA Test for Joint Employers in Fourth Circuit—If You Use Subcontractors, Pay Attention!
Posted on February 1, 2017READ MORE
Emotional Distress Damages Allowed in FLSA Retaliation Claim?
Posted on December 28, 2016
Posted in Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Overtime, Retaliationthe situation An employee claims that not only was he not properly paid overtime owed to him, but that when he complained about it, his employer retaliated against him—can he really claim damages based on pain and suffering? READ MORE
Federal Court Blocks Overtime Changes
Posted on November 23, 2016READ MORE