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Speaker, Gibbons P.C., "The Fourth Annual Employment & Labor Law Conference: To Pay or Not to Pay," Florham Park, NJ


February 27, 2015

Featuring: Kelly Ann BirdMitchell Boyarsky

This discussion will focus on recent developments in wage and hour law, including lawful use of the internship classification, compensability of security checks for employees, off-the-clock cases, and class action waivers and arbitration programs. Wage and hour government investigations and private litigations are not declining. Lessons learned from developments in key cases can help employers avoid liability and diminish exposure to class action proceedings.