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Paralegal Division Live Webinar: Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Posted by Texas Paralegal Division Blogger at blog@txpd.org on November 2, 2018

“Helping Your Clients Navigate the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)”

Presented by James E. Griffis, Attorney at Harris, Finely & Bogle, PC

Event Description: Are your client’s employees truly exempt from overtime?  What are some common pitfalls employers make?  The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and overtime laws, if not appropriately followed, can get your clients in trouble and cost them thousands of dollars.  This presentation will provide you with an overview of the FLSA, common mistakes employers make, the penalties for such violations, and tips to remain in compliance.  Recent legislation and case law will also be discussed.

Time:  12:00 noon CT

Cost:  $40.00 for PD Members / $50.00 for Non-Members

TBLS approved: 1.0-hour CLE in Civil Trial Law

 For more information and to register, click HERE


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