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In the aftermath of Epic Systems, what avenues are available for plaintiffs’ lawyers to reach out to and communicate with workers interested in bringing individual arbitrations or identify workers who have opted out of their employer’s arbitration agreement? Practitioners discuss how they have used various advertising strategies and mined their own contact lists to continue to exert pressure on employers by filing dozens or hundreds of individual cases in arbitration and the ethical issues such communications implicate, and how PAGA actions or arbitration agreements with opt-out clauses can be used to gain access to workers bound by arbitration.
Melissa Lardo Stewart Melissa Lardo Stewart, a partner at Outten & Golden LLP in New York, primarily litigates class wage and hour and discrimination cases. She has represented employees across many industries, including restaurant workers, retail workers, mortgage loan...MoreMelissa Lardo Stewart, a partner at Outten & Golden LLP in New York, primarily litigates class wage and hour and discrimination cases. She has represented employees across many industries, including restaurant workers, retail workers, mortgage loan officers, service and installation technicians, call center workers, and financial services employees. Ms. Stewart is active in her professional community, and she currently serves as a board member for the New York affiliate of the National Employment Lawyers Association. Before joining the firm, Ms. Stewart clerked for the Honorable James Orenstein in the Eastern District of New York, and the Honorable Dickinson R. Debevoise in the District of New Jersey. She graduated from Fordham Law School in 2009. Collapse
C. Andrew Head C. Andrew Head is a partner at Fried & Bonder, LLC in Atlanta, Georgia. Mr. Head is an employment attorney whose practice focuses on minimum wage and overtime litigation under the Fair Labor Standards Act and interference with rights litigation under...MoreC. Andrew Head is a partner at Fried & Bonder, LLC in Atlanta, Georgia. Mr. Head is an employment attorney whose practice focuses on minimum wage and overtime litigation under the Fair Labor Standards Act and interference with rights litigation under the Family and Medical Leave Act. Mr. Head is a frequent CLE faculty speaker on FLSA and other employment law topics, and serves as a Contributing Editor of The Fair Labor Standards Act Cumulative Supplement, ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law and BNA Books (2007 - Present). Collapse
April 13, 2019
Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
Locating And Communicating With Potential Plaintiffs - Audio
Locating And Communicating With Potential Plaintiffs - Paper
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