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The Honorable M. Patricia Smith was confirmed by the Senate as the Solicitor of Labor on February 4, 2010, and assumed her duties on March 1, 2010. In this capacity, she takes an active role in promoting the Department’s agenda of “Good Jobs for Everyone,” leading a nationwide team of lawyers who vigorously enforce worker protection laws, improve the effectiveness of programs that train American workers, and advise agency leadership on a full range of legal issues. Prior to becoming the Solicitor of Labor, Ms. Smith was the New York State Commissioner of Labor since March 6, 2007. Prior to serving as Commissioner of Labor she served as Chief of the Labor Bureau in the Office of the New York State Attorney General for eight years. In that position, she developed a system of active government labor law enforcement that became a model for other Attorneys General and enforcement agencies. For 11 years, Solicitor Smith served as Deputy Bureau Chief and Section Chief of the Labor Bureau, conducting and overseeing all aspects of labor law litigation involving New York State, in state and federal trial and appellate courts. In 1996 and 1997 she argued and won two Employment Retirement Income Security Act cases before the United States Supreme Court. Before joining the Office of the Attorney General, Solicitor Smith worked for various Legal Services Organizations representing unemployment claimants, minimum wage workers, workers in federal job training programs and job seekers. She graduated, cum laud from Trinity College in Washington, D.C. in 1974 and from New York University School of Law, with honors, in 1977.

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Program Details
2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
Published by National Employment Lawyers Association
This bundle includes the following programs:
  • How To Settle Without “Settling”, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • Litigating Claims On Behalf Of Low-Wage & Immigrant Workers, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • Litigating Wage & Hour Cases On Behalf Of Federal Employees, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • Navigating The Challenges in Representing Service Industry or “Tipped” Employees, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • Recovering Stolen Wages From “Fissured” Workplaces, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • Representing Workers In Motor Carrier Act Cases, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • Significant Developments, Recent Trends & Emerging Issues In Wage & Hour Law, From 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • Strategies For Securing Wages In The Face Of Government Hostility & Under-Enforcement, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • Taking Effective 30(b)(6) Depositions In Wage & Hour Cases, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • The Nuts & Bolts Of A Wage & Hour Case From Intake To Resolution, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • The Scourge Of Bankruptcy: Successful Strategies To Collect Judgments & Prevent Employers From Dissipating Assets, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • Wage & Hour Litigation From The Defense Perspective, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • Winning Wage & Hour Trials Without Really Trying, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
Strategies For Securing Wages In The Face Of Government Hostility & Under-Enforcement, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
Published by National Employment Lawyers Association
Credit: CA, IL, SC, VT
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