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Wage and Hour Laws Presented by Ericksen Arbuthnot- Monday 4/29- RSVP Today!


 
 
 
Monday, April 29, 2013

Wage and Hour Laws Presented by Ericksen Arbuthnot

Litigation involving wage and hour laws is some of the most prevalent, and costliest, in the country.  Are you providing the required rest periods and meal breaks for your employees? Do you know who’s eligible for overtime? Join Ericksen Arbuthnot to review changes in these laws and the cases that set the standards.

Joseph J. Minioza (J.J.) is the Assistant Managing Partner of the Oakland office and Co-Chair of the firm’s Employment practice group. He is AV® Peer Review Rated by Martindale Hubbell. He provides consultation services for and has defended employers against wrongful termination and discrimination matters, including claims for violation of state and federal law. He has also represented employers in claims brought by the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing and the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Andrew (Drew) Kozlow is an associate attorney in the Oakland office.  He is a member of the firms Employment practice group and has extensive experience in defending employers in claims of harassment, wrongful termination, wage and hour violations and breach of contract.  In addition, Mr. Kozlow provides consultation and counsel to employers of all sizes to help avoid the costs and stress of litigation.

 

Ericksen Arbuthnot will provide lunch.  Please RSVP to ejasper@ericksenarbuthnot.com.

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