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Wage and Hour Law Update 2019

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Here is your opportunity to hear the latest on wage and hour law. Find out how workers should be classified under the law. Discover what constitutes "working time." Learn how to calculate overtime for non-exempt employees.

Hear tips from the front lines on litigating wage and hour cases:

  • Preparing and defending the motion for conditional certification
  • Litigating class and collective action claims simultaneously
  • Settling collective actions
  • PA and federal differences

Program schedule

Classifying Employees and Independent Contractors under Federal and State Law

  • Distinguished employees and contractors
  • Exempt v. non-exempt employees
  • The latest on DOL "white collar" rule changes
  • Other non-employees
  • Joint employee issues

Compliance for Non-Exempt Employees

  • Travel time, training and time spent on call
  • Checking email and other time outside the work day
  • Donning, doffing and other activities at the start and end of the work day
  • Calculating overtime and exclusion from the regular rate
  • Impact of bonuses on overtime calculations
  • Pay at multiple rates

Ethical Issues in Wage and Hour Litigation and Compliance

  • Communications with potential class members
  • Soliciting potential plaintiffs
  • Self-audit challenges
  • Advice of counsel and the good-faith defense
  • Settlement of FLSA claims

Recorded in June 2019.

Practice Areas


Shannon D. Farmer Esq. Ballard Spahr LLP (Phila)
Martha J. Keon Esq. Littler Mendelson PC (Phila)
Sarah R. Schalman-Bergen Esq. Berger & Montague PC
Faculty may vary by location.
PBI reserves the right to substitute speakers at all programs.
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