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In Cruz v. Maypa, 773 F.3d 138 (4th Cir. 2014), the Fourth Circuit held that the limitations period for claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act was equitably tolled because the employer failed to post the required notice explaining workers’ rights under the FLSA. The decision is important because it means an employer who fails to post the...
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In the oldie-but-goldie decision of Steiner v. Mitchell, 350 U.S. 247 (1956), the Supreme Court held that time workers spend on activities performed before or after regular working hours is compensable under the Fair Labor Standards Act, if the activities are “integral and indispensable parts of the principal activity” of the worker’s employment. This holding, and the...
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An analysis of FLSA's professional employee exemption by experienced Charlottesville attorney Tim Coffield. Find out how an FLSA exemption impacts you!
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Tim Coffield, a Charlottesville attorney, discusses executive exemptions in FLSA.
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Tim Coffield, an attorney in Charlottesville, VA, discusses FLSA and its administrative employee exemptions.
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