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- McCoy Corporation
- Marriott International, Inc.
- Manor at Susquehanna Village
- McCarl’s, LLC.
- NorthEast Treatment Centers (a.k.a. NET Community Care)
- NewRez LLC
- New Apple / Applebee’s
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- Philadelphia Corporation for Aging
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- Automatic Deductions from Time Worked
- Oil, Gas, and Fracking Workers
- Restaurant Employees
- Salaried Retail Managers and Supervisors
- New Jersey Independent Contractors
- Miscalculating the Rate of Pay for Overtime Work
- Independent Contractors
- Improper Deductions from Compensation
- Home Health Aides, Caregivers and Certified Nursing Assistants
- Half-Time Pay for Overtime Hours
- Fee Per Visit Nurses and Therapists
- Call Center Employees
- Pennsylvania Overtime Attorney Alert: Western District of Pennsylvania Magistrate Judge Refuses to Apply “Heightened Burden of P
- A Few Comments on the Fourth Circuit’s Recent FLSA Opinion in Tom v. Restaurant Ventures LLC
- Our Firm and Others Submit Comments Objecting to the DOL’s Proposed Rulemaking Regarding Independent Contractor Status
- Servers Should Receive Full Minimum Wage When They Spend More Than 20% Of Their Time Performing Sidework
- For Sixth Consecutive Year, Winebrake & Santillo Receives First-Tier Ranking in U.S. News and World Reports’ Best Law Firms List
- Third Circuit Reverses Decision that UberBlack Drivers are “Independent Contractors”
- Federal District Court in Philadelphia Allows Overtime Claims by Loan Officers to Proceed to Trial as Collective Action
- Pennsylvania Unemployment Alert: “Independent Contractors” May Be Eligible for Unemployment and Other Benefits
- It’s Not Very Complicated: Restaurant Owners, Managers, and Supervisors Cannot Take Servers’ Tips
- Steakhouse Servers Represented by W&S Prevail at the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia
- Middle District of Pennsylvania Holds that Pennsylvania Servers Can Pursue Wage Claims for Performing Excessive Sidework
- Pennsylvania Poised To Provide Salaried Workers with Overtime Protections that Exceed Federal Law
- Trump Administration’s New Flsa “Joint Employment” Regulation Contradicts Binding Court Decisions and Leaves Us All Very Confuse
- Southern District of Ohio Judge Issues a Thoughtful Opinion Addressing the Benefits of Random Sampling in FLSA Collective Action
- Overtime Lawyer Alert: Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals Holds that FLSA’s Fee-Recovery Provision Requires Formal Entry of Judgme
- Overtime Class Action Attorney Alert: Fourth Circuit Explains that FLSA Collective Action Settlements Do Not Require Notice to C
- Newly-Minted WDPA Judge Skeptical of Parties’ Request to Seal FLSA Settlement Papers
- American Association for Justice (“AAJ”) Issues Report Addressing Forced Arbitration
- FLSA Practice Pointer: A Couple of Pennsylvania District Court Decisions Holding that Worker’s Can Recover Punitive Damages in F
- Pennsylvania Judge Questions the Fairness of Privatizing Enforcement of Nation’s Employment Rights Laws
- Pennsylvania Wage Attorney Update: Third Circuit Deals Another Blow to Employers’ Attempts to Apply “Portal-to-Portal” Restricti
- Pennsylvania Employment Lawyer Alert: “At-Will” Employees Are Not Necessarily Prevented from Asserting Breach of Contract or PWP
- Philadelphia District Court Issues a Helpful FLSA Conditional Certification Addressing the Impact of Arbitration Agreements and
- Pennsylvania Overtime Lawyer Tip: Washington County Common Pleas Court Deems Federal Portal-To-Portal Restrictions on Compensabl
- Overtime Lawyer Update: Quite a Few States Have Rejected the Fluctuating Workweek Method of Overtime Compensation
- For Fourth Consecutive Year, Winebrake & Santillo Receives First-Tier Ranking in U.S. News and World Reports’ Best Law Firms Lis
- Recent Development: Amazon Warehouse Workers Ask Sixth Circuit to Certify Question of Portal-to-Portal Act’s Applicability to th
- An Important Tip for Pennsylvania Employment and Civil Rights Lawyers: Arbitrators Participating in the EDPA’s Arbitration Progr
- What the Third Circuit’s 2014 Thompson Decision Teaches Us About Pleading “Joint Employment” Under the FLSA
- Pennsylvania/New Jersey Overtime Lawyer Update: A Few Recent Decisions Tolling the Running of the FLSA’s Limitations Period
- State of New Jersey Files Appellate Brief in Support of Drivers Represented by Winebrake & Santillo
- New Jersey Governor Announces Task Force to Crackdown on Misclassification of Employees as “Independent Contractors”
- Eastern District of Michigan holds that Great Lakes Home Health Services’ Hybrid Compensation Plan Violates Federal Law
- Attorney Pete Winebrake Interviewed by WHYY Radio
- Pete Winebrake Featured in Philadelphia Inquirer Article About Class Action Waivers in Employment Arbitration Agreements
- Hot Off the Presses – Check Out the Latest Issue of the Wage and Overtime Quarterly
- Attorney Andy Santillo Mentioned in Philadelphia Inquire Article Discussing Worker Misclassification
- Midwest Wage Lawyer Alert: A Quick Summary of the Sixth Circuit Recent Precedential FLSA Opinions
- Pennsylvania Overtime Lawyer Update: Third Circuit “Gives Us a Break” With Series of FLSA Opinions.
- Pete Winebrake to Present Wage & Hour Update at March 2018 SHRM Meeting
- Federal Judge Conditionally Certifies in Our Joe’s Quick Mart Store Manager Overtime Case
- Northern District of Illinois Grants Final Approval of $1,150,000.00 Class/Collective Action Settlement for T-Mobile Retail Stor
- Federal Magistrate Judge Recommends Conditional Certification in Our Joe’s Quick Mart Store Manager Overtime Case
- Overtime Lawyer Alert: Flsa’s “Highly Compensated Exemption” Requires a “Guaranteed” Weekly Payment
- Just Face It: Plaintiffs Settling FLSA Lawsuits Cannot be Required to Sign Broad Releases
- Trump Administration Re-Issues 17 Wage and Hour Opinion Letters Written in the Final Days of Bush Administration; Most of the Op
- Overtime Lawyer Update: Quite a Few States Have Rejected the Fluctuating Workweek Method of Overtime Compensation
- New Jersey Labor Attorney Alert: Late Opt-in Plaintiff’s Under the FLSA
- Pennsylvania Labor Attorney Alert: Third Circuit Clarifies When Unpaid Breaks Should Counts as Work
- Pennsylvania Overtime Attorney Alert: Superior Court Rejects “Half-Time” Method of Overtime Calculation
- New Study Confirms That Wage Theft Is on the Rise
- Read the Philadelphia Inquire’s Coverage of Some of Our Recent Settlements on Behalf of Restaurant Servers
- Department of Labor’s Proposed Changes to the FLSA’s Tip Regulations Are Limited to Restaurants That Use the Tip Credit
- Judgment Ordered Against Heartland Dental on Behalf of Salaried Office Managers
- Court Conditionally Certifies Collective of Oil & Gas Workers at Linde Corporation
- Court Conditionally Certifies Collective of Servers at Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar in Moorestown, NJ
- Epi Study Shows Wage Theft on the Rise
- Pete Winebrake to Speak at Nela Wage & Hour Seminar
- Pete Winebrake Presents “Precedential FLSA Circuit Court Opinions” at NELA Seminar
- Federal Judge Approves Settlement of Wage Claims Brought by Gas Rig Workers
- Federal Judge Rules Pennsylvania Chili’s Bar & Grill Servers Must Pursue Illegal Tip-Out Claims in Arbitration
- Heartland Dental Employees Ask Federal Judge to Approve $28,000 Judgment in their Favor
- Federal Judge Rules That McCoy’s Building Supply Violated the Law by Failing To Pay Overtime Compensation to a Salaried Assistan
- Senators Urge President-Elect Trump to Uphold Overtime Ruling
- Pete Winebrake Guest Stars on WRNB 100.3 Philly’s Court Radio Show
- Court Conditionally Certifies Collective of Servers at Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania
- Court Conditionally Certifies Collective of Servers at Quaker Steak & Lube Restaurant in York, Pennsylvania
- Important Information About the Settlement of the Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant Wage Lawsuit
- LEGALITY OF “CLASS WAIVERS” IN EMPLOYMENT ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS REMAINS UNCLEAR
- Iron Hill Pays $1.3M to Settle Suit Brought by Servers and Bartenders Represented by Winebrake and Santillo LLC
- Pete Winebrake Comments in the Philadelphia Inquirer “Workplace Battle Over Arbitration” Article
- Pete Winebrake Quoted in ‘Halliburton to pay $18M in Back Pay for Unpaid Overtime’ Article
- For the Second Year in a Row Winebrake & Santillo Has Received a First Tier Ranking on the U.S. News and World Reports’ Best Law
- Winebrake & Santillo Represents Customer Service Representatives at Call Centers Not Paid for Time Spent Performing Pre-shift Ac
- Winebrake & Santillo Settles Lawsuit Against Pennsylvania Red Robin Franchisor for $1.3 Million
- Winebrake & Santillo Quoted in Article Discussing Supreme Court’s Refusal to Review Pennsylvania Wal-Mart Class Action
- Today's Troubling U.S. Supreme Court Opinion in "Encino Motorcars II"
- Winebrake & Santillo Represents Natural Gas Employees of Linde Corporation in Overtime Lawsuit
- Overtime Lawyer Practice Tip: A Few Cases Holding That Companies Waive the Attorney-Client Privilege When They Base Their Flsa W
- Our Firm’s Recent Brief Addressing Workers’ Right to Compensation for Travel Away From the Home Under the Pennsylvania Minimum W
- Winebrake & Santillo Represents Employees of Ecm Energy Services, Inc. Paid a Day Rate
- Court Preliminarily Approves $1.3 Million Settlement for Restaurant Servers Represented by Winebrake & Santillo
- Third Circuit Adopts “Predominant Benefit Test” for Determining Whether Time Spent During Meal Break Is Compensable Under FLSA
- Second Circuit Holds that Settled FLSA Wage And Overtime Lawsuits Cannot Be Dismissed As Settled Without Court Approval
- Winebrake & Santillo Has Received a First Tier Ranking on the 2016 Best Law Firms List
- Pennsylvania Employment Attorney Briefing: Some Text Addressing the Reach of the Pennsylvania Wage Payment and Collection Law (“
- Fair Credit Reporting Act Case Highlighted by Law360
- Law360 Highlights Recent Decision in Favor of New Jersey Landscaping Worker Represented by Winebrake & Santillo
- Day-rate Field Workers in the Oil/Gas/Natural Gas/Fracking Industry Are Often Entitled to Overtime Compensation Under Federal an
- Birmingham, Al Raises Its Minimum Wage
- Hillary Clinton Mentions Independent Contractor Misclassification
- Opt-ins Can Join Case Prior to Conditional Certification
- Read More About the Proposed Changes to the Overtime Salary Threshold
- New Case Against Fed Ex
- Department of Labor Proposes to Update Overtime Pay Regulations
- Colorado Workers Sue Chipotle for Unpaid Wages as Part of National Trend
- Second Circuit Holds That Contract Attorneys Performing Document Review Can Assert Unpaid Overtime Claims
- Here Are Some Federal Court Cases Holding That Allegations of “Willfulness” Under the Flsa Need Not Be Pled With Specificity
- Judges Increase Scrutiny of the “Independent Contractor” Business Model
- NEW YORK FEDERAL JUDGE NIXES FLSA SETTLEMENT
- Peter Winebrake Quoted in Article on the U.S. Department of Labor’s Proposed Regulations that Would Expand Federal Overtime Pay
- New Jersey Federal Court Holds That New Jersey Wage and Hour Law Provides a Private Right of Action for Overtime Claims
- The Pennsylvania Record’s Report on Overtime Rights Lawsuit Against Flint Energy
- Reported Flsa Circuit Court Decisions Issued Since March 14, 2015
- Reported FLSA Circuit Court Opinions Decided Between January 1, 2014 and March 14, 2015
- New York Wage and Employment Lawyer Update: Great New SDNY Decision Addressing FLSA “Good Faith” and Attorney-Client Privilege
- Our Firm Vindicates the Overtime Rights of Philadelphia Charter School Employees
- Did You Know: Pennsylvania Home Health Aids and Certified Nursing Assistants (Cnas) Are Entitled to Extra Pay For Their Overtime
- Pennsylvania Supreme Court Affirms Jury Verdict in Favor of Pennsylvania Wal-Mart Employees Asserting Unpaid Wage Claims for Mis
- Lawsuit on Behalf of Amazon Fulfillment Center Employees in Pennsylvania Continues Despite Yesterday’s Ruling by the U.S. Suprem
- Winebrake & Santillo Files Brief With the Third Circuit on Behalf of Transit Drivers for Krapf’s Coaches, Inc.
- Environmental Inspectors, Utility Inspectors, and Environmental Technicians Generally are Entitled to Overtime Pay Under the Lab
- Michigan District Court Deals Another Blow to the Fluctuating Workweek Method.
- Congressional Inaction Does Not Prevent State and Local Governments From Increasing the Minimum Wage.
- Winebrake & Santillo Obtains Important Victory on Behalf Pennsylvania Retail Workers Who Are Paid “Half-Time” for Overtime Work.
- The President Finally Takes Steps to Update the Flsa’s “White Collar” Exemption Regulations.
- George Barrett: Champion of Justice.
- Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas Finds “Half-Time” Pay For Overtime Impermissible Under Pennsylvania Law
- Pennsylvania Labor and Wage Lawyer Update: Federal Judge Holds That Late Paychecks Can Violate Federal and Pennsylvania Wage Law
- Another Court Holds That a Restaurant’s Improper Tip-Pooling Arrangement Which Distributed Tips to Back of the House Employees V
- Middle District of Pennsylvania Conditionally Certifies Collective of Sales Employees at Pennsylvania Wyndham Vacation Resorts F
- Winebrake & Santillo Files Brief With the Third Circuit on Behalf of Family Dollar Store Manager
- Winebrake & Santillo Files Third Circuit Brief on Behalf of New Jersey Delivery Drivers
- Our Successful Legal Argument in the Red Robin Server Case; Why Employers May Not Require Servers to Share Their Tips With Resta
- M.D. Pa: 29 U.S.C. § 203(M) Requires That Servers Employed at Red Robin Restaurants Must Have Direct Customer Interaction in Ord
- NEW JERSEY FEDERAL JUDGE DENIES MOTION TO DISMISS FILED BY OWNERS, DIRECTORS, AND MANAGERS WHOM WERE SUED IN THEIR INDIVIDUAL CA
- Two More Federal Courts Disapprove of FWW Reversion
- DC Circuit Invalidates DOL’s Administrator’s Interpretation Regarding the Overtime Rights of Mortgage Loan Officers
- Federal Judge Conditionally Certifies Class of Admissions Representatives
- Federal Judge Rules That Facebook Posts for 87 Flsa Opt-Ins Are Not Discoverable
- Retailer Cannot Defeat Conditional Certification Challenging “Half-Time” Overtime Claims
- Our Firm Continues to File Overtime Rights Claims on Behalf of Pennsylvania Salaried Employees Who Are Paid Under the Fluctuatin
- Oil and Gas Field Workers in the Oil/Gas/Natural Gas/Fracking Industry are Often Entitled to Overtime Compensation Under Federal
- Court Finds Unpaid Interns Entitled to Wages
- Federal Judge Refuses to Decertify Overtime Misclassification Lawsuit Against Valspar Corporation
- Federal Judge Conditionally Certifies Overtime Lawsuit Against Hsg
- New Jersey Senate Gives Approval to “Truck Driver Independent Contractor Act”
- Employers’ Ability to Make Deductions to Employees’ Pay is Very Limited Under State Law
- Middle District Court of Pennsylvania Holds That the Settlement of Overtime Claims Under the Fair Labor Standards Act Requires C
- First Circuit Refuses to Hear Appeal of Order Certifying Class of Massachusetts Citizens Bank Assistant Branch Managers
- Utah District Court Judge Holds That Language About Potential Cost Shifting Should Not Be Included in Collective Action Notice
- A Collection of Cases in Which Courts Toll the Flsa Limitations Period
- New York District Court Judge Refuses to Compel Arbitration of FLSA Collective Action
- “Day-Rate Employees Entitled to Overtime Pay”
- Federal Courts Are Starting to Catch-on to the “Independent Contractor” Scam
- The Purpose Behind Our Overtime Law
- Some Court Decisions Holding that Allegedly Misclassified Managers Resumes Are Not Dispositive in Overtime Rights Lawsuit
- Western District of Pennsylvania Holds that the Fluctuating Workweek Method of Pay is Impermissible Under Pennsylvania Overtime
- Our Recent Third Circuit Victory
- New Jersey Federal Judge Refuses to Decertify Overtime Lawsuit Brought by Salespeople
- Statute of Limitations for Sales Professions Formerly Classified as Independent Contractors
- District Court Denies Motion to Decertify Class of FedEx Delivery Drivers who Allege they Were Misclassified as Independent Cont
- Here Is Some Authority for the Proposition That, Under the Flsa, the Running of the Statute of Limitations Period Should Be Toll
- District Court Holds that FLSA Notice Form Should Be Delivered to All Class Members Employed During the Time Period Beginning Th
- Winebrake & Santillo Obtains Class Certification in Overtime Rights Lawsuit on Behalf of Citizens Bank Assistant Branch Managers
- Winebrake & Santillo Obtains Conditional Certification in Overtime Rights Lawsuit on Behalf of Transit Bus Drivers for Krapf’s C
- Employer-Obtained Declarations (AKA “Happy Camper” Statements) Are Often Afforded Little Weight – Especially in the Context of C
- Some Second Circuit Authority Regarding the Calculation of Overtime Damages in Flsa Misclassification Case
- Recent Writing: Second Circuit Court of Appeals Decisions Addressing the Administrative Exemption to Overtime Pay
- Tolling in the Wake of FLSA Decertification
- Here is Some Text From a Recent Brief Dealing with Various “Salary Basis” Issues Arising Under the FLSA
- Missouri Federal Court Certifies FLSA/State Law Off-the-Clock Lawsuit
- Text From Recent Brief Arduing That the Pennsylvania Minimum Wage Act Provides a Private Right of Action for Overtime Actions
- Some recent DOL Settlements Demonstrate Reach of Wage and Overtime Violations
- Paralegal Overtime Case Achieves Conditional Certification
- Northern District of New York Denies Dollar General’s Motions for Summary Judgment in Store Manager Overtime Case
- Nude Dancers Entitled to Minimum Wage and Overtime Pay
- Illinois District Court Certifies Overtime Class
- Restaurants’ Motion to Dismiss Denied in S.D.N.Y. Wage and Hour Case
- Eastern District of New York Conditionally Certifies Group of Approximately 50 Construction Workers
- Western District of Pennsylvania Declines to Extend PMWA Administrative Exemption to IT Worker
- Flsa Plaintiffs Not Required to File Consent Forms in Non-collective Action
- Dol Refuses to Allow Companies to Utilize the Fluctuating Workweek Method for Employees Who Receive Bonus or Premium Payments
- Ohio District Court Issues Significant Conditional Certification Decision
- New Jersey Court Grants Conditional Certification in Case Involving Approximately 100 Construction Workers That Were Denied Over
- Defendants’ Motion for Summary Judgment Denied as to Airport Car Rental Manager’s Overtime Claims
- Common Wage and Overtime Violations
- Washington Court of Appeals Overturns FedEx Overtime Verdict
- Bayada Revisited
- Another District Court Allows “Hybrid” Class/Collective Acton to Proceed
- Pennsylvania Employees Can File Overtime Claims Directly in Court
- Tennessee District Court Refuses to Decertify FLSA Collective Action in Case Involving Overtime Rights of Cable Installation Tec
- California Court Grants Summary Judgment Against Hershey’s in Overtime Lawsuit
- Southern District of New York Court Grants Conditional Certification to CVS Assistant Store Managers
- 1,500 Individual Assistant Store Managers Cases Against Home Depot Following District of New Jersey Ruling
- Denial of Summary Judgment in Another Independent Contractor Case
- Defendant’s Motion to Strike Two Consent Forms in Assistant Manager FLSA Case Denied
- Middle District of Pennsylvania Denies Defendant’s Motion for Summary Judgment in Dollar General Store Manager Misclassification
- A Few Cases Stating that Employee Rights Under the Pennsylvania Wage Payment and Collection Law Can be Predicated in Violations
- Eastern District of New York Denied Home Depot’s Motion for Summary Judgment in Assistant Store Manager Misclassification Case
- Recent Tennessee Decision Reiterates That Store Managers Can Be Entitled to Overtime Pay
- Motion to Decertify Collective Action Comprised of Over 300 Cable Installation Technicians Denied
- Some Good Language to Fight off Subpoenas in Overtime Misclassification Cases
- January Is a Good Month for Conditional Certification of Independent Contractor Cases
- “Self-Critical Analysis Privilege” Not Recognized in Rite Aid Assistant Store Manager Overtime Compensation Case
- It’s Time to Take a Stand Against the Misclassification of Employees as “Independent Contractors”
- Support the Employee Misclassification Prevention Act
- The Wage and Overtime Laws Apply to Former Employees
- Yo, Workers’ Compensation Lawyers: What are you Waiting For?
- Pennsylvania Minimum Wage Act Continues to Provide Hope for Underpaid and Overworked Health Aids
- The Overtime Rights of Paratransit Drivers and Other Regional Transportation Drivers. Are Your Clients Being Cheated?
- FLSA “White Collar” Misclassification Lawsuits Continue to be Fertile Ground for Litigation
- Flsa Mythbuster: The Boss Does Not Benefit From Sloppy or Incomplete Record Keeping
- Abuses of the “Executive” Employee Exemption to Overtime Coverage Continue to Flourish. What You Can Do to Fight Back.
- FLSA Mythbuster: Understand the Limits of Non-Profit Groups in Protecting Workers’ Wage and Overtime Rights
- Hospital and Nursing Home Workers Can Benefit From FLSA “Workweek Averaging” Litigation
- Workers Misclassified as “Independent Contractors” Continue to Reap Valuable Flsa Overtime Benefits
- Exploring the Scope of the “Independent Contractor” Rip-Off
- Understand the Travel Time Rights of Landscapers, Laborers, and Contractors
- Third Circuit Court of Appeals Endorses “Broad Definition” of Compensable Work Under the FLSA. Decision will Benefit Thousands o
- FLSA Mythbuster: Workers Usually Must be Paid for “Unauthorized” Overtime
- Compenstation for “On-Call” Work
- Seventh Circuit Rejects “Inherent Incompatibility”
- Another Favorable “Donning and Doffing” Decision
- Salary Must Be “Fixed” for an Employer to Use the Fluctuating Workweek Method of Pay
- There Is No Such Thing as a Free Lunch
- An Employee with the Job Title of “Store Manager” May Be Entitled to Overtime Compensation
- In the Third Circuit, “Guaranteed Salary” Plans Might Not Always Satisfy the Salary Basis Test
- Some Decisions Discounting the Importance of Plaintiffs’ Resumes in Overtime Misclassification Cases
- Hospital Workers Throughout Pennsylvania Continue to Press Their Overtime Rights in Cases for Unpaid Meal Breaks
- You Need to Understand the Overtime Rights of Paratransit Drivers and Other Regional Transportation Drivers
- A Mixed Result in Western District of Pennsylvania “Donning and Doffing” Case
- Many Salaried Case Managers, Case Workers, and Social Workers Are Entitled to Overtime Pay
- Don’t Forget the Bump Up of the Federal Minimum Wage
- Another FLSA/PMWA Rule 23 Settlement Demonstrates Yet Again that the “Inherrent Incompatibility” Doctrine is a Fair Weather Defe
- The FLSA’s Attorney’s Fees Provision Is an “Integral Part” of the Statutory Scheme
- District Court Conditionally Certifies New Jersey Overtime Lawsuit Against Liberty Travel, Inc.
- Fifth Circuit Class Action Summary
- Pennsylvania Minimum Wage Act Provides Pennsylvania Workers With the Right to Overtime Pay For Work Performed Outside of the Uni
- NELA’s Excellent July 20, 2009 Letter Regarding the Fluctuating Workweek “Fallback”
- Middle District of Pennsylvania Judge Holds That “Workweek Standard” Applies to Minimum Wage Analysis Under the Pennsylvania Min
- A Very Helpful “Donning and Doffing” Opinion May 25th, 2009
- A Good District Court Opinion Addressing Workers’ Right to Recover for “Straight Time” Compensation Under the Flsa
- Under Third Circuit Law, Employers Seeking to Use the “Executive” Exemption to Flsa Overtime Coverage Must Satisfy Each of the F
- Federal District Court Upholds Worker’s Right to Sue Individual Supervisors Under the FLSA and PMWA
- Summary of Class/Collective Actions in the 5th Circuit for the First Quarter 2009
- Nebraska District Court Reinforces the Principle That Flsa Collective Actions Can Proceed Alongside State Law Class Action Claim
- District Court’s Consistently Hold That Flsa Notice Forms Should Be Based on a Three-Year Limitations Period August 24th, 2008
- Don’t Forget to Argue the Merits of “Subclassing” When Fighting for Flsa Conditional Certification
- Poultry Industry Suffers Another Defeat in FLSA Overtime Lawsuit
- Federal Court Confirms FLSA Rights of Hazleton, Pennsylvania Beef Workers Representeed by the Winebrake Law Firm
- FLSA Mythbuster: Workers Usually Must be Paid For “Unauthorized” Overtime
- Third Circuit Deems Philadelphia Paramedics Eligible for Overtime Pay
- Winebrake Law Firm Obtains Important Victory in Pennsylvania Overtime Lawsuit on Behalf of Scranton Prison Guards
- Federal District Courts Continue to Certify Donning and Doffing Classes
- District Courts Interpreting the Portal-To-Portal Act Are Consistently Holding That Sanitary and Protective Gear Worn by Beef an
- FLSA “Opt-Ins” Joint the Entire Action: A Few Handy Cases
- Contrary to Popular Belief, the FLSA Usually Protects the Overtime Rights of Unionized Workers
- Florida District Court Allows Off-Site Work Case to Proceed to Trial
- Workers Misclassified as “Independent Contractors” Continue to Reap Valuable FLSA Overtime Benefits
- FLSA White Collar Misclassification Lawsuits Continue to be Fertile Ground For Litigation
- REMINDER: Federal Minimum Wage Increase Becomes Effective July 24, 2007
- United States Supreme Court Holds that Home Health workers Employed by Third-Party Agencies are Exempt From FLSA Coverage
- Winebrake Law Firm Obtains Federal Court Approval for Over $2.4 Million in Settlements for Meat Workers in Flsa Donning and Doff