Supreme Court Affirms Use of Representative Damage Analysis in Wage and Hour Class Action

The Supreme Court affirmed the 2.9 million dollar jury award in Tyson v. Bouaphakeo for time workers spent donning and doffing personal protective equipment (often called PPE). To prove the amount of unpaid work, the employees relied on an expert study to calculate the average time it takes to don and doff the PPE. Relying on this […]

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Why You Need To Understand Employment Laws

Sometimes employees, and even employers, forget what the appropriate behavior for work is, and end up saying or doing something during work hours that can land them in a lot of trouble. This is why it is critical that you understand employment laws and what is acceptable behavior at work. It is also important to recognize when you […]

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