Content Provider

Sponsored by
Wagehour tsheets


Cost Free
CPE Credits 1.0 hour
Subject Area 1.0 - Business Law
CE Credits 0.0 hours
Course Level Basic
Instructional Method Group Internet Based
Prerequisites None
Advanced Preparation None
Course Description

Join attorneys Maria O. Hart (Parson, Behle & Latimer), Caroline Brown (Fisher Phillips), and Dr. Chester Hanvey of the Berkeley Research Group for an hour-long discussion into what's happening in the world of wage and hour law. This free session is open to anyone with an interest in labor law compliance. Whether you're a business owner, HR professional, or accountant, this is your chance to ask three labor law experts about the latest developments at the state and federal level, and how it could affect you.

Learning Objectives:

  • What's been happening at the federal level in the wage and hour world since President Trump took office.

  • How that differs from what is happening at a state/local level.

  • What business owners should be watching for in 2019.

  • What the new proposed overtime rule look like.

  • Which industries and businesses will be most affected by the coming changes.


Maria O. Hart is a member of Parsons Behle & Latimer Litigation, Trials & Appeals practice group. Ms. Hart's practice focuses generally on commercial litigation and employment law, including drafting handbooks, consulting on hiring and firing decisions, and advising on wage & hour issues.​

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Caroline Brown spends a significant portion of her practice focusing on wage and hour law, including minimum wage, overtime, timekeeping, and exemptions under federal law. Her practice focuses on advising clients nationwide on preventive issues, representing employers in government investigations, and conducting compliance audits with respect to wage practices. In addition, Caroline is a frequent writer on a wide range of wage and hour topics and is the editor of Fisher Phillip’s Wage & Hour Law Blog.

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Chester Hanvey provides consulting services and expert testimony on labor and employment matters. Dr. Hanvey’s wage and hour experience includes evaluating FLSA exemptions, measuring compensable time for off-the-clock work claims, evaluating employment status (e.g., independent contractors), and assessing compliance with state meal and rest break compliance. Dr. Hanvey has been retained by plaintiffs and defendants as an expert witness to provide expert testimony on issues including wage and hour compliance, statistical sampling, statistical analysis, damages calculations, adverse impact and test validity.

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About Our Sponsor

TSheets is a time tracking application designed and engineered for companies across multiple industries that need to track, manage and report time. Utilizing web-based, cloud computing technology that integrates with multiple platforms, smartphones and software programs, TSheets provides a customizable alternative to paper timesheets and punch cards to streamline HR and IT roles for businesses of all sizes—from freelance shops to corporations employing tens of thousands.