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With its labyrinth of requirements, the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) can be confusing and difficult. Now, this complex and rapidly expanding area of the law is presented in a single, balanced treatise that will become your reference of first resort as you advise clients, analyze fact patterns, and litigate cases under the FLSA. The Fair Labor Standards Act, Second Edition goes beyond descriptions of FLSA coverage and exemptions to help you determine why and how you should proceed on a particular course for your clients. The treatise contains discussion of collective action litigation brought under the FLSA by individual private plaintiffs; “hybrid” actions involving both state and federal law claims; and elements of enforcement actions and litigation brought by the Secretary of Labor.
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The treatise also provides detailed analysis of a number of critical topics, including the 2004 revisions to the white-collar exemptions, the case law that has come down under the new regulations, and the 2008 SAFETEALU Technical Corrections Act.
In addition to these developments, coverage includes a detailed description of joint employment and independent contractor status as well as an examination of the economic reality test and individual liability of corporate officers and owners. The chapter on compensable work time takes an in-depth look at preliminary and postliminary time, off-the-clock time, and travel time. Count on The Fair Labor Standards Act, Second Edition to provide practical insights on real-world questions about litigation, remedies, and more that will ensure you are fully informed about this critical law.
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