U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York

I have posted a number of times on the slew of intern lawsuits recently filed under the Fair Labor Standards Act. This may be a new “wave” or fertile new ground for plaintiff side practitioners so I keep following these cases, particularly, the Hearst Corporation case, with more than a little interest. This particular case

Nowadays, an intern is a good thing to be.  The young person gets some experience for a resume and the “employer” gains some productive work accomplished as part of furthering the person’s education.  When the line is crossed and the issue becomes money, not getting “experience,” the putative employer must be able to defend its