Labor and Employment Relations
Our firm has more than two dozen attorneys devoted to employment and labor practice, some of whom oversaw employment issues in in-house roles, including within the staffing industry. We advise on restrictive covenants, as well as compliance with state and federal wage and hour laws, and discrimination, harassment, retaliation and whistleblower laws. We understand the unique legal issues that face staffing companies, recruitment process outsourcing companies, professional employer organizations, outsourcing companies and executive recruiters and the companies that utilize those services.
Won summary judgment against the plaintiff’s claim for minimum and overtime wages under the Fair Labor Standards Act based upon the fact that the plaintiff was exempt under the computer professional exemption.
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- NLRB Strikes Whole Foods Market's Policies Prohibiting Employees' Workplace Audio/Video Recordings Joseph W. Bryan
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