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Can a Legislature Really Change a Collective Bargaining Agreement?

Posted in Labor Law & NLRB, Legislative Developments, Wage & Hour

My law partner, Gabe Jiran, talks today about whether it’s all that easy to change the terms of a collective bargaining agreement.  Is it just as easy as a vote? Or does it require something more? The answer has implications for all employers.   With all of the talk about the financial difficulties faced by… Continue Reading

Collective/Class Action Waivers & Arbitration Clauses: Why Employers Should Care

Posted in Highlight, Human Resources (HR) Compliance, Litigation, Wage & Hour

Continuing my series of posts this week on recent Second Circuit FLSA cases, today I’ll talk about class action waivers and arbitration clauses. If that last clause is just legalese to you, let me try to walk you through it and why employers should care deeply about it. As I’ve covered in prior posts, wage… Continue Reading

Claiming Overtime Pay? Some Specifics Are Required Says Second Circuit

Posted in Class Actions, Litigation, Wage & Hour

As I continue this week to recap some important FLSA decisions this summer by the Second Circuit, the next one will be important in the long run for employers. Wage and hour claims have been a thorn in employers side for a while now.  (My friend, Molly DiBianca of the always fabulous, Delaware Employment Law… Continue Reading