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FLSA and Wage Payment Issues – Continuing Challenges in Challenging Times

 Export to Your Calendar 9/17/2019
When: September 17, 2019
11:30 am
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WS DASH BB&T Ballpark – Flow Club
951 Ballpark Way
Winston-Salem, North Carolina  27101
United States


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As unemployment levels have reached record or near-record lows, FLSA and wage payment issues have risen to record highs.  Both federal and state Departments of Labor – in addition to many plaintiffs’ attorneys – are increasingly active in challenging exempt v. nonexempt employee status, timekeeping and overtime mandates, “employee” v. “independent contractor” classifications, joint employer issues, flexible workweek options, and numerous other twists, turns and hidden traps of this highly regulated and litigated area of law.  This seminar will explore those issues with details, practical tips and time for discussion that should help every employer navigate them better and hopefully avoid legal challenges before they occur.

Speaker Biography:

 

Kenneth P. Carlson, Jr.

Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP

100 N. Cherry Street, Suite 300

Winston-Salem, NC 27101

(336) 721-6843; kcarlson@constangy.com

 

Ken Carlson is a partner with Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, one of the nation’s oldest labor and employment defense firms with offices in 16 states.  Ken is a senior litigator, mediator and arbitrator whose practice is concentrated in virtually every aspect of employment law.  Specific areas of emphasis include discrimination, harassment, retaliation and wrongful discharge; trade secrets, covenants not to compete and unfair competition; drafting employment, confidentiality and noncompetition agreements; drug testing; FLSA and wage & hour; and ERISA litigation – with mediation or arbitration in each of those areas now constituting much of his practice.  Ken also regularly consults with companies in how to avoid legal problems before they occur, and frequently conducts training on appropriate management and employee practices in the workplace.

Ken is consistently named to Business North Carolina’s annual “Legal Elite”, to the list of North Carolina “Super Lawyers,” and to the Best Lawyers in America for labor & employment law and/or alternative dispute resolution.  He has repeatedly received the Best Lawyers’ “Lawyer of the Year” recognition in alternative dispute resolution for the Winston-Salem/Greensboro metropolitan area, and is a former chair of the Dispute Resolution Section of the North Carolina Bar Association.  Ken is also a Fellow with the American Bar Foundation, and an adjunct professor at the Wake Forest University School of Law where he teaches courses in negotiations and trade secrets/unfair competition, and for many years taught trial practice and advanced trial practice. He is a frequent speaker at continuing legal education seminars, and has published numerous articles through the years on various employment law topics.

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