Car dealership workers—from salespersons to mechanics—often work long hours without overtime pay. Over the years, courts have held that these workers are not entitled to overtime pay because they are covered by an exemption to the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”). A recent case from the Ninth ... Read More »
On July 21, 2014, President Obama signed an Executive Order 13672 to prohibit federal contractors and subcontractors from discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. The Order directed the Secretary of Labor to prepare regulations to implement the added protections. The ... Read More »
Now that spring has finally sprung, the summer internship season is nearly upon us and the topic of unpaid internships is timely. After years of relative legal obscurity, unpaid internships have been the source of several lawsuits over the past few years challenging the legality of engaging ... Read More »
Anna P. Prakash will be presenting at the Practicing Law Institute's 20th Annual Consumer Financial Services Institute in New York City on April 7, 2015. Her topic is the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and she will discuss trends in litigation regarding background checks. More information can be found ... Read More »
A proposed settlement was filed today in a long-running case involving exotic dancers who worked at Rick’s Cabaret in New York from 2005 through October 2012. Trial in the certified class action was scheduled to begin on April 27, 2015.
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