Nichols Kaster attorneys Steven Andrew Smith and Anna P. Prakash wrote an article on Protecting gratuities: Minnesota law on tip pooling which was published in Minnesota Lawyer. A copy of the article can be viewed here.
Nichols Kaster congratulates its attorneys who have been recognized by their peers in the legal community for the outstanding quality of their work. The 2014 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists were released to the public this week, with 16 of our attorneys being named.
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Nichols Kaster attorney Anna P. Prakash wrote an article on Class-Representative Adequacy: Preparing for and Responding to Attacks on Plaintiffs which was published on the American Bar Association web site. A copy of the article can be viewed here.
On June 25, 2014, in Pearsall-Dineen v. Freedom Mortgage Corporation, Court File No. 13-cv-06836-JEI-JS (D. N.J.), the Court conditionally certified a nationwide collective class of mortgage underwriters seeking overtime pay for unrecorded hours worked over forty in a workweek. As a result of ... Read More »
On June 16, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court granted review in Nickols v. Mortgage Bankers Association. Loan officers formerly employed by Quicken Loans, Inc. and represented by Nichols Kaster filed the successful petition to the Court. The case seeks to preserve a 2010 Department of Labor guidance ... Read More »
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