Announcing TheWage & Hour Collective and Class Litigation Webinar Series for Wage & Hour Blog Subscribers
Seyfarth Shaw's Insider's Advanced Guide to Wage & Hour Case Law, Procedure and Trends
Wage and hour lawsuits have become the hottest area of workplace litigation, surpassing discrimination, harassment and pay-and-promotion as the dominant battleground in the American workplace. According to the Federal Judicial Center, the number of wage and hour cases filed in federal court increased 15% in 2011, continuing the trend that started a decade ago. To meet the need of employers faced with these lawsuits, Seyfarth Shaw recently published a new, first-of-its-kind treatise, Wage & Hour Collective and Class Litigation, addressing the defense of this type of workplace litigation.
For an interactive - and exclusive - analysis of this changing landscape, please join us for our upcoming webinar series designed specifically for our community of subscribers to our Wage & Hour blog, wagehourlitigation.com.
Please note: This webinar series is intended only for subscribers to our Wage & Hour blog. If you do not yet subscribe to our Wage & Hour blog, and would like to participate in the webinar series, we invite you to join our Wage & Hour blog community by clicking here. Unfortunately, due to bandwidth limitations, we only will be able to accommodate those who have registered for the blog by March 20, 2012.
Designed to reflect the themes and substantive topics covered in Wage & Hour Collective and Class Litigation, partners Noah Finkel, Brett Bartlett and Andrew Paley, who co-authored the book, along with partner Richard Alfred, Chair of Seyfarth’s national Wage & Hour Litigation Practice Group who served as senior editor of the book, will cover the most critical issues involved in the defense of wage and hour collective and class actions.
Information on our upcoming webinar:
Drafting the Blueprint: Modeling An Effective & Efficient Defense
Wednesday, March 21, 2012 at 1 p.m. ET.
The inaugural webinar of our series will provide an overview of the wage & hour litigation landscape and will cover the following specific topics:
Initial Case Assessment -- Including Evaluating the Complaint; Preliminary Exposure Analysis and Fact Investigation; and Document Preservation
Establishing the Business Objective and Creating the Strategy Aimed at Achieving It
Pros and Cons of Arbitration
Discovery Concerns -- The Importance of a Plan
- Setting the Stage for the Collective/Class Action Battle