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Ethical Considerations In Representing Workers In Wage & Hour Actions, From NELA's 2013 Program Preventing Wage Theft: A Two-Day Guide To Litigating Cases Involving Wages, Hours & Work
Published by National Employment Lawyers Association

Myriad ethical considerations arise in a variety of contexts when representing workers in wage and hour actions. These include representing low-level foremen and subcontractors along with the workers in their crew; outreach and solicitation by non-profit law firms and organizations; working in collaboration with community-based organizations and labor unions; representing workers who also are being organized by a community-based group or labor union; and representing the community-based group or labor union as a client. Our experts help you avoid critical pitfalls in these and other situations.

Michael T. Kirkpatrick
Michael T. Kirkpatrick is an attorney with Public Citizen Litigation Group (PCLG) in Washington, DC. His practice areas include constitutional law, civil rights, class actions, administrative law, and open government, including practice before the...More
Jonathan A. Bernstein
Jonathan Bernstein received a B.A. in History from the University of Texas in 1982 and a J.D. from City University of New York School of Law in 1997. He is a partner at Levy Davis & Maher, LLP, and a member of the National Employment Lawyers...More
Originally Published
March 8, 2013

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  2. Ethical Considerations In Representing Workers In Wage & Hour Actions Slide Deck
  3. Ethical Considerations In Representing Workers In Wage & Hour Actions Paper

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