Constangy partner Sasha Thaler presents a CLE webcast on litigating wage and hour cases, available to stream starting July 15th, 2024. This program, hosted by Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, is being offered for 3.0 hours of CLE credit.

Wage and hour disputes often lead to putative class or collective actions, making it crucial for employers and legal practitioners to understand the latest litigation strategies. Recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions have seen employers increasingly using mandatory arbitration programs to avoid class and collective litigation. In this program, Sasha and other legal professionals will delve into the complexities of wage and hour litigation under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act and Massachusetts law. The webcast will provide viewers with a comprehensive overview of federal and state wage and hour laws, highlighting common compliance issues and theories of liability and offering strategies for and defending against such claims.

Learn more about the webcast here.

Sasha Thaler is a partner out of Constangy's Boston office with nearly two decades of experience advising and defending employers on compliance with labor and employment regulations, alternative dispute resolution, and litigation. She counsels clients on laws like the FLSA, FMLA, ADA, Title VII, and the WARN Act, and has represented clients in education, staffing, manufacturing, software, and hospitality. Sasha also drafts employment-related contracts and policies, defends businesses in litigation, and conducts internal investigations. Additionally, she serves as an independent investigator for higher education institutions in Title IX and workplace discrimination matters and is a sought-after presenter on workplace regulatory topics.

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