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Doing Well By Doing Good: Fulfilling The Promise Of The FLSA, 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

Private enforcement is a powerful tool in fulfilling the promise of the FLSA, especially in collaboration with pro bono lawyers, workers, unions, and workers centers. Join our panelists for a discussion on how to navigate the complicated issues that may arise in the course of such litigation, including differing organizing and litigation strategies, ethical issues, and potential conflicts. They also explore approaches to involve workers in their litigation so it is an empowering experience for them by becoming stronger and more effective as clients; being better prepared to recognize and prevent violations by employers in the future; enabling them to educate their fellow workers on how they can use the legal process to enforce their rights; and becoming employee rights advocates themselves.

James M. Finberg
James M. Finberg is a partner at Altshuler Berzon LLP in San Francisco, where he specializes in employment discrimination and wage/hour class actions, having served as co-lead counsel for plaintiff classes in the following cases, among others:...More
Kim Bobo
Kim Bobo is the Executive Director and founder of Interfaith Worker Justice, the nation’s largest network of people of faith engaging in local and national actions to improve wages, benefits, and conditions for workers, especially those in the...More
James H. Kaster
James H. Kaster is an experienced trial lawyer who concentrates on representing plaintiffs in employment cases. He has received multi-million dollar verdicts for individual plaintiffs, including the highest award in Minnesota for emotional distress...More
Hina B. Shah
Hina B. Shah is an Associate Professor of Law and Clinical Staff Attorney at the Women’s Employment Rights Clinic (WERC) of Golden Gate University School of Law, addressing employment and labor issues faced by low-wage and immigrant workers....More
Originally Published
March 8, 2013

Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
  1. Doing Well By Doing Good Audio
  2. Doing Well By Doing Good Fineberg Paper
  3. Doing Well By Doing Good Kaster Paper
  4. Doing Well By Doing Good Shah Paper

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Join the self-paced program from your office, home, or hotel room using a computer and high speed internet connection. You may start and stop the program at your convenience, continue where you left off, and review supporting materials as often as you like.

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