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Wage & Hour Litigation and Compliance 2018

Released on: Feb. 20, 2018
Running Time: 06:31:16

Wage and hour litigation remains steady in the courts and in arbitration.  Attorneys, as well as human resources and compliance personnel must keep up to date on the latest legal developments, be informed about federal initiatives and the status of the DOL regulations under the Trump administration,  as well as have knowledge of important new developments and nuances of paying employees correctly under state laws.  For litigators, it is essential to develop techniques and strategies for effective depositions and consider when and how to use expert witnesses.

This program is designed for all practitioners who are involved in wage and hour issues, at all knowledge and experience levels, whether from the perspective of outside counsel or in-house counsel in the private and public sectors, labor union attorneys, representatives of individuals or groups of employees, or human resources and corporate compliance executives and representatives. Litigators, government regulators and advisors, judges, arbitrators and mediators in the wage and hour area will also find this program particularly valuable.

Lecture Topics [Total RunTime: 06:31:16]
Segments with an asterisk (*) are available only with the purchase of the entire program.

  • Opening Remarks and Introduction* [00:12:16]
    David S. Fortney, Michele R. Fisher
  • The Life of a Wage and Hour Litigation Class or Collective Claim [01:15:20]
    George A. Hanson, Joel M. Cohn, Michael C. Schmidt
  • Top Wage & Hour Federal Developments in the Past Year [01:00:34]
    Ellen C. Kearns, Bernie Mazaheri
  • Taking and Defending Key Wage and Hour Depositions [01:00:05]
    Lisa "Lee" A. Schreter, Matthew H. Morgan
  • State Law Wage and Hour Challenges [01:02:51]
    Timothy J. Long, David M. Jaffe, Troy L. Kessler
  • Wage & Hour Mediations and Settlement [01:00:53]
    Michael E. Dickstein, Jahan C. Sagafi, Wendy C. Butler
  • Test Your Wage & Hour IQ: Compliant or Non-Compliant? [00:59:14]
    Michele R. Fisher, Richard Blum, Shafeeqa W. Giarratani

The purchase price of this Web Program includes the following articles from the Course Handbook available online:

COMPLETE COURSE HANDBOOK

  • The Life of a Wage and Hour Class or Collective Claim
    George A. Hanson, Joel M. Cohn, Susan N. Eisenberg
  • The Circuit Courts Create Conflicts and Clean-Up Ambiguities on FLSA Issues (November 15, 2017)
    Ellen C. Kearns
  • Pragmatic Considerations of FLSA Exemptions in District Court & an Update on Class Waivers in Arbitration Agreements (November 14, 2017)
    Bernie Mazaheri
  • Depositions in Civil Litigation: A Plaintiff Attorney’s Perspective (November 2017)
    Matthew H. Morgan
  • Depositions in Wage and Hour Cases (November 14, 2017)
    Lisa "Lee" A. Schreter
  • State Law Wage and Hour Challenges: A View from the West (November 8, 2017)
    Annie H. Chen, Timothy J. Long
  • Wage & Hour Mediation and Settlement: Second Circuit Landscape Post-Cheeks (November 14, 2017)
    Matthew W. Lampe
  • Michael E. Dickstein, The 12 Fastest Ways to Ensure a Bad Result in Mediation, The Advocate, August 2017 Issue
    Michael E. Dickstein
  • Red Flags for Class and Collective Action Settlement Approval (November 2017)
    Jahan C. Sagafi, Mengfei Sun
  • Case Law Update on Employment Status: Independent Contractor, Joint Employers, and Interns/Volunteers (Prepared November 2017)
    Shafeeqa W. Giarratani, Michele R. Fisher, Derek Rollins, Richard Blum

Presentation Material


  • The Life of a Wage and Hour Class or Collective Claim
    Joel M. Cohn, George A. Hanson, Michael C. Schmidt
  • Top Wage & Hour Federal Developments in 2017
    Ellen C. Kearns, Bernie Mazaheri
  • Taking and Defending Key Wage and Hour Depositions
    Matthew H. Morgan, Lisa "Lee" A. Schreter
  • State Law Wage and Hour Challenges: Traps for the Unwary
    David M. Jaffe, Troy L. Kessler, Timothy J. Long
  • Wage and Hour Mediations and Settlement
    Wendy C. Butler, Michael E. Dickstein, Jahan C. Sagafi
  • FLSA: Compliant or Not Compliant?
    Richard Blum, Michele R. Fisher, Shafeeqa W. Giarratani
Co-Chair(s)
Michele R. Fisher ~ Nichols Kaster, PLLP
David S. Fortney ~ Fortney & Scott, LLC
Speaker(s)
Richard Blum ~ Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Wendy C. Butler ~ Jones Day
Joel M. Cohn ~ Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
Michael E. Dickstein ~ Principal, Dickstein Dispute Resolution
Shafeeqa W. Giarratani ~ Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
George A. Hanson ~ Stueve Siegel Hanson LLP
David M. Jaffe ~ Vice President and Senior Legal Counsel, Labor & Employment, CVS Health
Ellen C. Kearns ~ Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP
Troy L. Kessler ~ Shulman Kessler LLP
Timothy J. Long ~ Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
Bernie Mazaheri ~ Morgan & Morgan, PA
Matthew H. Morgan ~ Nichols Kaster, PLLP
Jahan C. Sagafi ~ Outten & Golden LLP
Michael C. Schmidt ~ Cozen O'Connor
Lisa "Lee" A. Schreter ~ Littler Mendelson, P.C.
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