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This treatise helps practitioners not only understand FLSA coverage and exemptions, but also determine why and how to proceed on a particular course for clients. It provides point-by-point evaluations of each FLSA exemption and discusses such issues as 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.
Now in its Third Edition, and with a reorganized chapter structure, The Fair Labor Standards Act is an essential tool for helping practitioners understand FLSA coverage and exemptions. With this resource, counsel can make informed decisions about why and how to proceed on a particular course for clients. Highlights of the new edition include an updated analysis of the evolving jurisprudence on arbitration of FLSA claims, including arbitration of collective actions, expanded analysis of the Section 7(i) retail sales or service establishment exemption, new discussion on FLSA coverage of interns, and a completely rewritten chapter analyzing independent contractor and joint employer issues. All discussions include meticulous citations and footnotes - with decisions broken out by Circuit.
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