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FLSA Collective Action Federal Case Law Compendium

This newly updated FLSA Collective Action Federal Case Law Compendium includes an organized summary of each reported federal case from 2009–2014 involving federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) "collective action" cases. The compendium was written and edited by experienced litigator Craig Salner, a partner of Clarke Silverglate P.A. in Miami, Florida, and an active leader within the DRI Employment and Labor Law Committee. The summaries are broken down by federal circuit, issue, and whether the outcome was favorable to employers, employees, or mixed. It is intended for FLSA practitioners to have a searchable tool whereby recent cases in their jurisdiction on a given issue are assembled in one easy to locate place. Also, for unique yet recurring types of wage and hour claims, practitioners can use the compendium to research across jurisdictions about how federal courts are treating these claims.

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Picture of the productEmployment and Labor Law State-by-State Compendium

The Employment and Labor Law State-by-State Compendium provides a jurisdiction-by-jurisdiction survey of state employment law statutes, regulations, and common law precepts that commonly affect employers operating in those specific jurisdictions. It provides quick answers to questions that we all come across from time to time in reviewing and analyzing the legal requirements imposed upon employers by individual state laws. Every employment law practitioner will value the compendium as a vital resource and a handy reference to the laws of his or her own state, as well as other states. The publication covers significant, state-specific issues of employment practice, including anti-discrimination statutes and damages caps; wage-hour laws; state equivalents to FMLA; retaliatory discharge provisions; whistleblower laws; covenants not to compete; military service and employee leave.



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