Avoiding Litigation for Wage and Hour Employees
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Don’t wait until you get hit with a lawsuit – if you pay workers on an hourly basis, you may be exposed to substantial risk for wage and hour timekeeping practices. Find out how to not only survive a costly lawsuit, but how to avoid it altogether?
If you're an HR professional responsible for complying with wage hour laws, join Angelo Spinola, shareholder with the global labor and employment law firm Littler Mendelson, specializing in helping employers comply with wage hour laws and defend against wage and hour investigations and class actions. In this 60-minute webinar, he will review:
- Current trends it the regulation of wages, and in wage-related litigation
- Identifying the types of pay practices that frequently lead to employee complaints, government investigations and litigation
- Workforce management tools available to help with compliance and reporting
Attending this webinar will help you identify and address the practices that make your company a target for labor investigations and class actions.
Angelo Spinola regularly represents employers across the country in collective, class, and hybrid actions brought under the Fair Labor Standards Act and various state wage and hour laws. His experience includes:
- Helping employers respond to wage and hour investigations by the Department of Labor and state agency equivalents
- Conducting wage and hour practices audits
- Developing compliance measures that minimize wage and hour exposure
- Representing management in grievance arbitrations
- Drafting restrictive covenant agreements
Appearing on behalf of employers in federal and state courts and administrative tribunals throughout the United States, Angelo has litigated all types of discrimination cases, including age, disability, race, national origin, sex, harassment and retaliation. He also litigates issues related to: Unfair competition; the misappropriation of trade secrets; breach of executive employment contract claims; common law claims asserted under state laws.
Additionally, Angelo regularly assists employers to promote an issue-free work environment through counseling, training and other preventive strategies. He also conducts training on employment-related issues for management personnel, lawyers and human resources professionals and is a regular speaker before business organizations and human resource groups on a wide variety of employment law topics.
Nathan J. Allen represents management in various aspects of labor and employment law before state and federal courts and civil rights agencies. His experience includes claims involving allegations of, unlawful discrimination, retaliation, wrongful discharge, Family and Medical Leave Act violations, wage and hour violations, and breach of employment agreements. Nathan also advises clients on various employment policies and practices, including: employee handbooks, discipline in the workplace, discharge, investigations of discrimination, and employee misconduct. In addition, he provides supervisor training and has delivered employment-related presentations on a variety of topics to employees nationwide.