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Federal Wage And Hour Laws (FLSA)
Federal Wage And Hour Laws (FLSA)


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In this June 17, 2015 3.3-hour program, William E. Curphey III, Esquire, gives a useful explanation of the federal laws dealing with wages and hours of employment which are contained in the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). His excellent review includes many practical tips and warnings.

Mr. Curphey, who is the managing partner of the Curphey & Badger P.A. law firm , with offices in Clearwater, Florida, Atlanta, Georgia and Portland, Oregon, has over thirty years of experience in advising clients on employment and labor law matters.

Major topics include:
Historical background
A brief description of the FLSA
The overtime requirements under the FLSA
The FLSA's employee exemptions from overtime compensation
Settling wage claims
Independent contractors
Arbitration of FLSA claims
Minimum wage claims

TABLE OF CONTENTS AND SAMPLE PAGES: Our sister site,, offers this course book for purchase (without audio or CLE credit). There, you can see the complete Table of Contents and some Sample Pages. Click here to see these: Federal Wage And Hour Laws (FLSA) (30-Page Book). Use your back button to return here to earn CLE credit.

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Price: $129.00

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