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Florida Court Rejects Joint Employer Allegation, Grants Summary Judgment to Bank In FLSA Suit

FLSA plaintiffs from time to time seek to include potential “deep pocket” defendants as alleged “joint employers,” claiming that the alleged joint employer’s control over the entity which employed them was sufficient such that FLSA liability should attach. Recently, another federal court joined the growing body of decisions rejecting such claims. Diaz v. U.S. Century Bank, 2013 … Continue Reading

Federal Court Finds Time Spent On-Premises On-Call During Lunch Breaks Non-Compensable

The FLSA requires that employers pay employees for all work time, as well as for any time that the employee is “engaged to wait.”  An employee is “engaged to wait” when the employee is idle, but is constrained with respect to engaging in personal activities. Thus, the employee’s time is deemed to be “for the benefit” … Continue Reading
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