1-Hour Program

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Overview

Please join Michael J. Slocum, Esq. of Greenberg Traurig, LLP and Dr. Dubravka K. Tosic of Berkeley Research Group, LLC as they discuss the calculation of economic damages in federal and state wage and hour class actions.  Topics to be covered include:
  • Applicable federal and state wage and hour laws
  • Types of damages calculated in wage and hour class actions
  • Working effectively with a damages expert
    • Lawyer's perspective
    • Expert's perspective
  • Role of a damages expert
  • Types of information and data used to calculate economic damages
  • Critical assumptions and methodology and their potential effects on the damage estimates
    • Use of statistical sampling
    • Determining "regular rate of pay" and hours worked 

Program Level:  Overview

Intended Audience:  Legal, finance, HR and compliance professionals responsible for economic damages calculations in wage and hour class actions 

Prerequisites:  None

Advanced Preparation:  None

 

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