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Jennifer Roselle Featured in ROI-NJ Article "Why New Jersey is still eager to bring crypto market to state — even after the crash"
Genova Burns Partner Jennifer Roselle, Esq. discusses whether or not employees can be paid in crypto as it relates to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) in recent ROI-NJ article: "Why NJ is still eager to bring crypto market to state — even after the crash"
Federal Court in Manhattan Vacates Key Part of USDOL’S Final Rule on Joint Employer Status
On September 8, 2020 U.S. District Court Judge Gregory H. Woods in Manhattan granted partial summary judgment to 17 states and the District of Columbia striking down a major part of the Department of Labor’s Final Rule on vertical joint employer relationships.
To Screen or Not to Screen? Amazon Must Face NJ Wage Class Action for Workers’ Post-Shift Screening
On June 29, 2020, the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey ruled that Amazon must face a proposed class action alleging violations of New Jersey Wage and Hour Law (NJWHL), which seeks compensation for time spent undergoing mandatory post-shift security screenings and for time spent during meal breaks.
When Facing a Class Action Law Suit - Don't Initiate; Just Arbitrate
On Monday, a New Jersey federal judge ruled that 151 plaintiffs in a FLSA collective action against Francesca’s must arbitrate its wage and hour claims.
Jennifer Roselle to Present on Fair Labor Standards Act at the Government Finance Officer Association’s 2019 Conference
U.S. Supreme Court's Epic Decision Validates Class Action Waivers
NJLAD Amendment to Protect Nursing Mothers in the Workplace
Third Circuit Stymies Employer’s Attempt to Force FLSA Overtime and Meal Break Pay Claims into Collectively Bargained Arbitration
The D.C. Circuit Vacates NLRB Ruling on Driver Status in FedEx Case
How to Avoid Disney’s Not-So-Fairy Tale $3.8 Million Payment of Employee Back Wages
Partner John R. Vreeland to Present Webinar on Wage & Hour Litigation
Supreme Court Punts on Whether Service Advisors Are Exempt from FLSA Overtime Premium Pay
Major Changes to Federal Overtime Regulations Take Effect December 1. Are You Prepared?
Harris Freier Quoted in Recent Business Insurance Article
Second Circuit Rules Court Approval or USDOL Supervision of Settlements Required in FLSA Suits
Second Circuit Outlines The Way for Employers to Hire Unpaid Interns
Firm Secures Victory for Teaneck in Third Circuit Decision Denying FLSA Claims
Lactation and Breast-Feeding Are "Pregnancy Related Conditions" Protected Under Title VII
Supreme Court Holds that Early Offer of Judgment Moots Nascent FLSA Collective Action
Nationwide Chain of Gyms Agrees to Pay Substantial Wage and Hour Settlement
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