Understanding Wage-and-Hour Class and Collective Actions

(160 Ratings)

Produced on: September 19, 2017

Course Format On Demand Audio

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Course Description

Time 62 minutes
Difficulty Intermediate

This program, presented by attorney Orin Kurtz, will address issues that arise with a wage-and-hour class or collective action. Among the topics he will address are claims that are ideally suited for collective or class treatment, how to spot a class or collective action, requirements for certification of a class or collective action, and hot topics in class and collective actions including class and collective action waivers.


Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand how to identify claims that are best suited for class or collective actions
  2. Discuss the requirements for class or collective action certification
  3. Review current hot topics in class and collective actions, and class and collective action waivers


Faculty

Orin Kurtz

Gardy & Notis, LLP

Orin Kurtz has represented employees, consumers and investors in class and collective actions since 2004.  He has obtained notable settlements in class and collective actions on behalf of employees, including a collective action against a multinational media company for failure to pay overtime that resulted in a $5,000,000 aggregate settlement.

Mr. Kurtz is a frequent speaker at national employment law conventions and has spoken at the American Bar Association Employment Rights & Responsibilities midwinter meeting, the National CLE Conference in Vail, Colorado, and at local CLEs in New York.


Reviews

WB
William B.

Topic was well covered.

AF
Amy F.

Great!

LW
Lisa W.

Another good CLE.

CB
Caroline B.

Excellent speaker, material clearly presented!

JB
Jeffrey B.

good

EL
Eric L.

The program and presenter were effective.

MP
Marc P.

Nice

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