Axley wage and hour attorneys provide pro-active advice to employers, representing them in wage and hour related areas including:
  • Defense of state and federal wage and hour claims
  • Chapter 109 Wage Payment issues and claims
  • Child labor
  • Deductions from wages
  • Exempt or non-exempt status of employees
  • Minimum wage
  • Overtime
  • Record keeping requirements under state and federal wage and hour law
  • Representation of management in Department of Labor audits
  • The federal Equal Pay Act
  • Wage and hour collective and class actions

Axley wage and hour attorneys will assist employers to achieve compliance in the above areas.

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Wage and Hour Defense
Successfully defended businesses in claims for violation of wage and hours laws.
McCormack, David C.
Labor & Employment, Wage & Hour

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