|Date(s):||Thursday, 6/17/2010, 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm|
|Location:||Live Webcast, www.mcle.org|
|CLE Credits:||4 substantive credits, 0 ethics credits|
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What do construction workers, coffee bar baristas, and computer technicians all have in common? They are all involved in disputes with their employers concerning the proper payment of wages. Over the last few years, litigation in this area has increased dramatically. The stakes are high for all sides-with the passage of a mandatory treble damages statute applicable to many wage statute violations, mistakes have become more costly. Questions frequently come to you either in emergency situations-the audit compliance team is at the door-or under the guise of a simple question that really is not simple at all. This seminar teaches you how to spot the issues, and where to go to get the answers you need.