I have handled many commission cases, where someone sues, claiming they are owed commissions. The key issue in such cases is to determine if there is a written contract and
Continue Reading Commissions Owed To Employee Depend On The Contract, Notwithstanding That Layoff Was Due To COVID-19 Issues

This is an interesting and rather unique situation. Two lawyers who represent a putative class of workers who filed a class action under the Fair Labor Standards Act now want
Continue Reading Lawyers Want To Withdraw From FLSA Class Action Against Cannabis Company Because Their Clients Are Incommunicado

Where a plaintiff files a FLSA (or other statutory wage hour) lawsuit, he may well file state law, tort-like claims, such as unjust enrichment, breach of contract, fraud and others.
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