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Tim Coffield
Tim Coffield, a Charlottesville-based attorney, explores wage law for fire protection and law enforcement professionals.
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In Christensen v. Harris County, 529 U.S. 576 (2000), the Supreme Court held that the Fair Labor Standards Act does not prohibit public employers from compelling employees to use compensatory time. Tim Coffield, attorney, explores this ruling.
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Tim Coffield, a Charlottesville-based attorney, covers wage law for public employees.
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Tim Coffield, a Charlottesville attorney, on tip credit law basics.
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Tim Coffield, a Charlottesville-based attorney, writes about teh Law of Economic Realities.
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Charlottesville attorney Tim Coffield on the basics of tip credit law.
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Tim Coffield, a Charlottesville-based attorney, explores the Principal Activities Law.
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Can federal employment laws require an employer to change an employee’s job duties, as an accommodation for a disability? The answer is sometimes, depending on the circumstances. The analysis often turns on whether the duties at issue are “essential functions” of the employee’s job, and whether co-workers are available to take on the duties (in...
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The Fair Labor Standards Act requires employers to pay minimum wages and overtime wages based on time worked by covered employees. Oftentimes, an employee has to spend time waiting to put equipment, walking to a worksite, or doing other preshift tasks necessary to perform her job. Is the employee entitled to compensation under the FLSA for that...
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