Paul DeCamp is a Principal in the Washington, D.C. Region office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He practices exclusively in the area of management-side wage and hour law.
Mr. DeCamp’s practice focuses on complex litigation, including class, collective, and hybrid actions. Since joining Jackson Lewis, he has been lead or co-counsel in dozens of class cases around the country involving such industries as restaurants, pharmaceutical sales, financial services, retail, medical supplies, security, health care, information technology, defense contracting, and aerospace. Mr. DeCamp also devotes a substantial part of his practice to conducting preventive compliance reviews and providing day-to-day advice and counsel regarding such issues as exempt/non-exempt classification, salary basis issues including permissible deductions, measuring working time, regular rate calculations for premium overtime pay, determining proper pay and duties for tipped employees, complying with state laws concerning meal and rest periods, and independent contractor status. Mr. DeCamp has provided wage and hour guidance in a broad range of industries ran
Articles in the National Law Review database by Paul DeCamp