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Employment Cases

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  • Sexual harassment, racial harassment, and other types of prohibited harassment
  • Employment discrimination (race, national origin, age, disability, religion, and gender)
  • Family and Medical Leave Act ("FMLA") and disability leave issues
  • Retaliation
  • Whistleblower actions (False Claims Act, Sarbanes-Oxley Act)
  • Georgia and Illinois state law wage and employment claims
Am I owed overtime?

Covered employee or independent contractor? Salaried exempt or salaried non-exempt? Whether the FLSA's overtime pay requirements apply to you will depend on your actual job duties performed, not on job titles or contract language.

Why comp time is wrong

If you're an FLSA non-exempt employee who worked over forty hours one week ("overtime"), only to be told that you can take those overtime hours worked as leave at some later time -- and you don't work for the government -- you're likely the victim of an illegal "comp time" overtime policy.


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