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Wage & Hour Smackdown: Plaintiffs’ Bar v. Defense Bar on Recent Developments and the Coronavirus Times

Two experienced attorneys on opposite sides debate hot topics in wage and hour law, including: Work from home issues and the impact for exempt & non-exempt employees; reducing the salary and modifying work for exempt employees; requiring use of paid leave/vacations; and more. Originally presented as part of the Employment Law Institute, available in its entirety as P9003-20U.
Credits: 0.75 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
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Wage & Hour Smackdown:  Plaintiffs’ Bar v. Defense Bar on Recent Developments and the Coronavirus Times

Two experienced attorneys on opposite sides debate hot topics in wage and hour law, including:

  • Work from home issues and the impact for exempt & non-exempt employees
  • Reducing the salary and modifying work for exempt employees
  • Requiring use of paid leave/vacations
  • Arbitration agreements with class/collective action waivers
  • Joint employer liability
  • Court approval of FLSA settlements and offers of judgment

James J. Oh, Epstein Becker & Green, P.C., Chicago
James B. Zouras, Stephan Zouras, LLP, Chicago

Expires: May 1, 2022

Wage & Hour Smackdown:  Plaintiffs’ Bar v. Defense Bar on Recent Developments and the Coronavirus Times

Two experienced attorneys on opposite sides debate hot topics in wage and hour law, including:

  • Work from home issues and the impact for exempt & non-exempt employees
  • Reducing the salary and modifying work for exempt employees
  • Requiring use of paid leave/vacations
  • Arbitration agreements with class/collective action waivers
  • Joint employer liability
  • Court approval of FLSA settlements and offers of judgment

James J. Oh, Epstein Becker & Green, P.C., Chicago
James B. Zouras, Stephan Zouras, LLP, Chicago

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Program Date5/14/2020
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