November 18, 2019

November 18, 2019

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What Are Your Company’s Wage & Hour Risks? [VIDEO]

Wage & Hour class actions are being filed at a pace that dwarfs almost all other types of litigation. With a myriad of federal and state laws and regulation, employers not only need to take steps to minimize the risk of a suit, but also must be prepared to defend themselves.

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Cheryl D. Orr, Partner, Drinker Biddle, Labor and Employment Practice
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Cheryl D. Orr is a partner and chair of the national Labor & Employment Practice Group.  She concentrates her practice on defending employers against FLSA collective actions and state and federal wage and hour class actions.  Cheryl also regularly litigates discrimination, harassment, and unfair competition claims, conducts high-level workplace investigations, develops plans for reductions in force and offers employer advice and counseling.

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Stephanie Gournis, labor and employment lawyer, Drinker Biddle
Partner

Stephanie Dodge Gournis is engaged exclusively in the representation of management in all aspects of traditional labor and employment matters.

She regularly represents employers in defending administrative and federal/state court complaints involving equal employment opportunity discrimination, retaliatory discharge, harassment, whistleblower rights, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and state wage and hour claims. Stephanie also counsels management in all areas of employment law including merger and acquisition, due diligence, workplace safety, employee confidentiality and privacy rights, restrictive covenants, social media, employee wellness programs, federal contracting, workplace reductions, employee separation and release, wage payment and collection and exemption status.

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