Jacqueline C. Tully is a Principal in the Washington, D.C. Region office of Jackson Lewis P.C. Since entering private practice in 2003, she has focused on advising clients on state and federal employment laws, and she represents employers in litigation and administrative procedures.
Ms. Tully focuses her practice on management-side wage and hour law. Her extensive experience both litigating and providing counsel regarding wage and hour matters informs her practical and holistic approach to each practice area.
Ms. Tully’s practice includes providing day-to-day advice and counsel regarding various wage and hour issues including: exempt/non-exempt classification, permissible pay deductions, regular rate calculations, identifying and capturing working time, establishing pay and job duties for tipped employees, and related policies and practices. She has performed preventative compliance reviews and audits ranging from individual employees to enterprise-wide evaluations of the status of thousands of workers. Ms. Tully seeks to understand each employer’s culture, industry, and unique business concerns to develop strategies for change management to minimize risks and enhance compliance.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jacqueline C. Tully