Wage and hour include litigation continues to outpace all other types of workplace litigation. These lawsuits involve the incorrect classifications of employees, improper exemptions and the failure to pay overtime correctly. In the second of this two-part workshop, topics covered will include:
Brian Shenker, Employment Law Attorney
Brian Shenker is a labor and employment attorney focusing his practice on representing management in all labor and employment matters. He has defended clients in a range of employment-related litigation, arbitration, and administrative agency proceedings. Brian represents employers in matters involving discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment, the Fair Labor Standards Act, Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and the Family and Medical Leave Act. Brian represents employers in traditional labor matters, including arbitration, claims brought under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act and the Labor Management Relations Act. Brian has defended charges of unfair labor practices before the National Labor Relations Board.
Beth Fagin, Employment Law Attorney
Since her admission to the New York Bar, Beth Fagin has practiced exclusively in the field of labor and employment law. In addition to litigating employment and related matters in the state and federal courts, Beth Fagin represents employers in administrative proceedings brought before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the New York State Division of Human Rights, and the Department of Labor, among others. Beth Fagin has lectured extensively and counsels clients on topics that include wage and hour compliance, social media in the workplace and HR audits. She keeps current on the ever changing requirements of the Affordable Care Act and often speaks on this topic. Beth also regularly provides training to our clients' managers, and employees in the areas of harassment, discrimination, HR laws and compliance, and workplace investigations.
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